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The new GSX250R has arrived in UK dealerships with an RRP of £4,299, featuring Suzuki’s frugal 248cc parallel twin that puts out an A2-licence friendly 25PS and boasts an incredible 91.12mpg.

The new GSX250R combines sharp, sporty looks and nimble performance with comfortable ergonomics, and is destined to be as at home cutting through city traffic on the commute as it is taking the long way home on twisty B-roads. A full LCD dash gives the rider important information such as gear-position indicator, fuel gauge, and clock.

Clip-on handlebars give a direct and sporty feel, but are also positioned for comfortable ride, which match the GSX250R’s design, while the engine is designed to give the best performance in the low to midrange, producing 23.4Nm of torque at 6,500rpm and peak power of 25PS at 8,000rpm.

Intake valves are designed to optimise airflow into the combustion chamber, improving performance and reducing emissions, while a new two-into-one exhaust enhances performance in the midrange.

With a £1,500 deposit, on a Suzuki hire purchase deal, the new machine can be had for £90.22 per month, over 36 months, with the bike owned at the end of the agreement.

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