The entry-level GSX-R entered the 125cc sportsbike segment boasting the best power and torque-to-weight ratios in the class, and uses a free-revving, DOHC single-cylinder engine, compared to the SOHC powerplants of many of its rivals.
A lightweight chassis lends itself to nimble handling, and brakes bite sharply with wavy front and rear discs, while practicality comes from keyless ignition and Suzuki’s easy-start system.
Suzuki’s GSX-R1000R remains on the firm’s 0% offer, and is available for £149 over three years, with a deposit of £3,073. The flagship superbike uses the same variable valve timing system as the GSX-RR MotoGP racer to boost power throughout the rev range, with an electronics package that boasts a 10-stage, lean angle-sensitive traction control system, a quickshifter and auto-blipper, launch control, and cornering ABS. The chassis is suspended by Showa’s race-proved balance free forks and rear shock, and front brakes come from Brembo.
Suzuki GB head of motorcycles, Jonathan Martin, said of the offer, “The GSX-R125 is the perfect entry-level sportsbike and has the right badge on the side, too; it’s a GSX-R in every sense, and it’s now even easier to be part of the family with its inclusion on our 0% campaign. The GSX-R1000R remains on our 0% offer as well, for those looking to ride the ultimate GSX-R this spring, catering for all aspiring GSX-R riders.”
Included with all new Suzuki machinery is a three-year, unlimited mileage warranty, a year’s SuzukiRoadside Assistance, and the industry-approved Datatag MASTER security kit.
For more information on Suzuki’s current offers, click here.
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