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Suzuki to launch GSX125 motorbike to compete with Honda CB125F and Yamaha YBR125

The GSX125 was recently unveiled by Pak Suzuki Motor Company (PSMC) at the 2022 Pakistan Auto Show (PAS) to enthusiastic reviews. Market rumor suggested that the business would switch to the GSX125 after discontinuing the GS150SE.

It was already known that Pak Suzuki Motor Company (PSMC) intended to replace the GS 150 SE with a 125cc motorcycle, but the Suzuki GSX 125 was not officially announced until images began circulating on social media.

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In its rivalry with Honda CB125F and Yamaha YBR125. In contrast to the GS150SE, the GSX 125 features a clean and contemporary appearance with aggressive street-bike style, sharp-looking alloy wheels, and a dynamic posture.

The Suzuki GSX 125 is leagues ahead of its predecessor, the Suzuki GS 150, in terms of design, which is influenced by the Gixxer series and delivers an aggressive and aerodynamic appearance. Additionally, the new motorcycle gets greater mileage, which is an advantage in today’s economy given the sharp spike in gasoline prices.

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It has a 125cc single-cylinder air-cooled petrol engine that produces 9.2 Newton meters (Nm) of torque and 10.45 horsepower (hp). Its curb weight is 126 kilograms, and many foreign bike reviews have noted that it has a fuel efficiency of 42 kilometers per liter. It has a return shift pattern 5-speed constant-mesh transmission.

Specifications Suzuki GSX125

EngineAir-Cooled, 4-stroke, 1-Cylinder
Displacement (cm3)125
Bore & Stroke57mm X 48.8mm
Compression Ratio.
Transmission5-Speed, Constant Mesh
StartingSelf-Start
Suspension (Front and Back)Hydraulic Spring Damping
Dimension (LxWxH)1990mm X 755mm X 1075mm
Ground Clearance167mm
Petrol Capacity (l)14.2
Tire at Front2.75/18 Tubeless
Tire at Back90/90/18 Tubeless
BrakesFront Disc / Rear Drum
Suzuki GSX125 specs

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