2013 Suzuki GW250

The all-new 2013 Suzuki GW250 comes with its maneuverability and efficient fuel economy that is the perfect choice for daily transportation needs. It generates lightning fast low-end and mid-range power from its 248cc, liquid cooled, lightweight, two cylinder engine. It is not only delivers on power but on comfort and style as well, just like on its brother on the same capacity Suzuki TU250X series. The 2013 Suzuki GW250 striking body provides an aggressive naked appeal to many riders and is sure to break away from the norm. Comparing with others sport-street motorcycle on the same capacity such as Ninja 250R or Honda CBR250R, although is set to standard daily usage, its semi double-cradle chassis is designed to provide ample support for a variety of riding styles, while securing this naked bike’s more visible and prominent features.

2013 Suzuki GW250

2013 Suzuki GW250

The 2013 Suzuki GW250 is equipped with strong three-spoke aluminum wheels that are wrapped in road-grabbing tires rated to provide sport-style performance through a wide range of road conditions. The contoured seat rises from its slim marriage with the fuel tank to a raised passenger platform. Fitted with clip-on-style handlebars that provide performance appeal and deliver the optimum comfort and control no matter where you ride. It features a bright dual lens tail and brake light that has striking design made from high-quality components, while the bold turn signals blended into the brash bodywork make a kingly statement. The all-new digital LCD speedometer, odometer, twin trip meter, clock and fuel gauge readouts, maintenance interval indicator and 3-mode rpm indicator on the right, plus LED indicators on the left. Check it more profile data, specification and features on 2013 Suzuki GW250.

2013 Suzuki GW250 Specification

Engine Type – 248 cc, 4-stroke, 2-cylinder, liquid-cooled, SOHC
Bore x Stroke – 53.5 mm x 55.2 mm (2.11 in x 2.17 in)
Compression Ratio – 11.5 : 1
Fuel System – Fuel Injection
Ignition – Electronic ignition, fully transistorized
Starter – Electric
Lubrication – Wet sump
Transmission – 6-speed, constant mesh
Final Drive – Chain

Chassis and Dimension

Available Colors – Pearl Nebular Black
Suspension Front – Telescopic, coil spring, oil damped
Suspension Rear – Swing-arm, coil spring, oil damped
Suspension Travel Front – 120mm (4.7in)
Suspension Travel Rear – 125mm (4.9in)
Tires Front – 110/80-17M/C 57H
Tires Rear – 140/70-17M/C 66H
Brakes Front – Disc
Brakes Rear – Disc
Fuel Tank Capacity – 3.5 gal
Ground Clearance – 165 mm
Overall Length – 2,145 mm
Overall Width – 760 mm
Wheelbase – 1,430 mm
Seat Height – 780 mm
Curb Weight – 403 lb

2013 Suzuki GW250 Features

Engine and Transmission – 248cc, liquid cooled, in-line two-cylinder design makes a lightweight and compact power-plant that produces the perfect low- and mid-range punch for powering through urban areas and open roads. The fuel-injection system gives the rider precise throttle response while also helping to monitor fuel economy and exhaust emissions. A coupling-type balancer shaft fitted to engine’s crankshaft enhances riding comfort. A six-speed transmission is mated well to the engine design, with the cylinder’s long-stroke design boosting the goal of low to mid-range power delivery. A chromed exhaust muffler that meets strict emission regulations.

Chassis and Suspension – A semi double-cradle chassis is designed to provide ample support for a variety of riding styles, while humbly securing this naked bike’s more visible and prominent features. Telescopic front forks soak up bumps for smooth tracking up front, whether riding rough city streets or faster open roads. Seven-way adjustable spring preload rear-suspension action is handled by a mono-shock system that stays hidden from view to amplify the bike’s style, while delivering smooth performance. Hydraulic disc brakes front and rear provide consistent and controlled braking power on 2013 Suzuki GW250, whether hammering city streets or roaming the open road.

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