Suzuki has introduced an entry-level GSX-R at the 2016 Intermot Motor Show — the Suzuki GSX-R125.
The new Suzuki GSX-R125 draws its design inspiration from its older sibling, the Suzuki GSX-R1000, and features a low seat, the right height for most aspiring riders, and LED headlights up front.
Other features aboard the 125cc motorcycle that would appeal to the teenagers is a multifunctional LCD dash and keyless ignition, which is quiet an offering in this segment.
Suzuki claims that the motorcycle has the best power-to-weight ratio, torque-to-weight ratio, acceleration, handling, and fuel economy in the 125 class.
The running mechanicals on the Suzuki GSX-R125 include regular telescopic front forks, monoshock at the rear, disc brakes up front and for the rear wheel, and 17-inch wheels at both ends.
Suzuki has not revealed details regarding engine specifications of the motorcycle, while it could have similar figures to that of the Aprilia RS4 125, Yamaha YZF-R125, and the KTM 125.
The Suzuki GSX-R125 is expected to hit the market by 2017, and when it does, customers have the choice to chose between three colour schemes: blue, black, or white.