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New Rendered Images Reveal's the all new GSX-R1000 and GSX-R250

New Rendered Images Reveal's the all new GSX-R1000 and GSX-R250

Snapshot: These images were revealed by the Japanese Young Machine Magazine few days ago

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These days few rendered images of new age GSX-R1000 along with GSX-R250 has been surfacing the internet, these images were revealed few days ago by the Japanese Young Machine Magazine. The image revealed the new age GSX-R1000 and GSX-R250. From the image it is hard to point out major difference between the both, apart from the bulkiness of GSX-R1000 and turn indicators, both the machine looks almost similar. GSX-R100 haven’t been through any of the major changes since 2005 when it was introduced with the iconic triangular headlamps, the new age GSX-R100 shared the similar fairing sideways while a totally new aggressive robotic and more aerodynamic twin headlamps look stunning on the new age models.

GSX-R250 might be launched by the name of Gixxer SF250 in Indian market considering that the smaller siblings are present by the same name. There are good chances that Suzuki might showcase the GSX-250F in the upcoming AutoExpo 2016 and by the start of 2017 we might witness the launch of the same if we are lucky. According to our sources the motorcycle is still under development stages and it will take almost a year to reach near completion stages.  The pricing of the GSX-R250 will heavily depend on the fact which cylinder assembly is used by Suzuki for the quarter litre GSX-R, if Suzuki utilizes a single cylinder unit then the Japs will be able to price it aggressively against its rivals such as Honda CBR250R, KTM 290 and the upcoming Mahindra Mojo or on the other hand it might end-up costing more than all of them. 

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