First ride of the Suzuki GSX-S125 incoming
MCN’s Acting Consumer Editor, Dan Sutherland, will be riding the new Suzuki GSX-S125 this coming Thursday at its European launch.
Part of Suzuki’s latest venture into the low capacity market, the £3699 (launch price) naked 125 shares the same 124.4cc double overhead cam, single-cylinder motor as the sporty new GSX-R125 and aims to be the perfect tool for riding through the urban sprawl.
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With upright bars and a claimed best power-to-weight ratio and acceleration of any naked 125, Suzuki say the GSX-S will do an impressive 122.82 miles per gallon.
For a little added security when stationary, the bike has also been fitted with a shutter-key lock system, which will mask the ignition slot until a bike-specific fob has been pushed into a receiver to release it.
Check back on our social media channels on Thursday to discover our first thoughts of the bike and read the full report in next Wednesday’s MCN.