All new Suzuki V-Strom 250 SX Full line up specifications 5 image Gallary. The brand new small V-Strom 250 SX was officially presented in India today (7/4/22).
The successor to the two-cylinder V-Strom 250 comes with a cylinder and the addition of the SX to its name. It is based on the same air-cooled engine worn by the Gixxer 250 (naked and SF) of the Indian market that delivers 26.1 hp at 9,300 rpm and 2.3 kgm at 7,300 rpm for a liquid weight of 167 kg, with a full 12 liter fuel tank.M
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The new V-Strom 250 SX stands out from the renewed design that adopts the lines of the big V-Strom 1000 (as a clear and declared price tag on the unique DR800 Big). It rolls on 19 and 17 inch wheels front and rear respectively and continues on the same logic as its predecessor, ie with a 120 mm fork travel it is not exactly for hard enduro, but as a dual-use motorcycle it will logically be at least as enjoyable as the model which replaces.
Its equipment has been significantly upgraded to the electronic component, as it has been enhanced with the Suzuki Easy Start System, USB charging and Suzuki Ride Connect connectivity, which uses the Bluetooth communication protocol to connect the motorcycle LCD screen to the rider’s phone for view information such as calls, messages, speed limit alerts and navigation.
The V-Strom 250 SX is now manufactured in India by Suzuki’s subsidiary there, unlike the previous model made by its Chinese partner Haojue. Logically, ensuring the BS6 specifications of India guarantees that it will be compatible with “our” Euro 5, so we have reasonable hopes to see it in our parts.
In India, however, for history, its retail price was announced at 211,600 rupees, ie about € 2,550 (exchange rate 7/4/22), and will be available in three colors: black, yellow and orange.
All new Suzuki V-Strom 250 SX HD image Gallary.
Watch it on the Indian website Suzuki V-Strom 250 SX , as well as in the video that follows.