Get ready to tap into all the thrills that motorcycling has to offer - with the versatile Suzuki GZ250. It’s designed to offer exactly the kind of performance beginning riders are looking for. With a seat height of less than 28 inches and a dry weight of just 302 pounds, the GZ250 is a joy to maneuver around town, even in tight traffic. And that lightweight responsiveness is complemented by brisk engine performance and a wide powerband.

The GZ250 is also styled so you’ll fit right in with your riding buddies. It has classic Suzuki styling - long, low and lean - and includes a variety of features from a buttoned-down seat to flashy spoked wheels.

That’s not all - the GZ250’s superb combination of performance, styling and price is the perfect definition of value!

  • 2006 Suzuki GZ250
  • Year:
    2006-
  • Make:
  • Model:
  • Horsepower @ RPM:
    0@0
  • Displacement:
    249 L
  • Top Speed:
    77 mph
  • Price:
    3,199

Key Features

An entry-level cruiser that’s inexpensive to own and operate, but with many classic styling features of larger cruisers

Engine Features

Four-stroke, single cylinder, SOHC, 2-valve engine with Twin Dome Combustion Chamber (TDCC). Provides a wide power band, good acceleration and high fuel efficiency, combined with the simplicity of a single cylinder engine

Single Mikuni 32mm carburetor provides excellent throttle response

Electric starter and digital transistorized ignition system powered by a maintenance-free battery

5-speed transmission, with gear ratios ideally selected for strong engine performance under a variety of riding conditions

Chassis Features

Bright chrome finish on cylinder head covers, horn housing, tank emblems, and rear fender suspension struts

Large cruiser-style fuel tank, rear fender and comfortable 2-piece seat with low 27.8 inch seat height

Lightweight (302lbs.) - easier for the beginner or smaller rider to handle

Large 3.7 gallon fuel tank combined with fuel-efficient engine provides ample range for commuting or pleasure riding

Long 57 inch wheelbase supported by oil-damped front forks and preload-adjustable twin-shock rear suspension for a comfortable ride

Wide 110/90-16 front tire and 130/ 90-15 rear tire mounted on custom-style spoke wheels

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4 comments:

  (2) posted on 02.6.2010

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  (2) posted on 02.6.2010

We two friends that want Liknot two Apnoaim please sent me several this will raise until Israel

  (6023) posted on 10.15.2006

I have a 1999 GZ250 and it is my first bike. I am 53 yrs old and just got my license. It is way fun to ride and looks good too. Winters coming to NE Ohio and I will have a tear in my eye when I bring in the battery!

  (6023) posted on 04.30.2006

I’m a new rider and I cant wait to get one of these!

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