2021 Suzuki GSX-S125 Launched, Gets A Little Snazzier
Modified On Jan 15, 2021 02:56 PM By Praveen M.
Launched in Japan, the latest iteration of the GSX-S125 looks a little bolder, and the new colours really bring out the sporty aesthetics of the pint-sized naked
- The Suzuki GSX-S125 comes in two new colours.
- Apart from the new colour schemes, the bike remains unchanged mechanically.
- It costs an equivalent of Rs 2.69 lakh.
Suzuki Japan has launched the 2021 Suzuki GSX-S125 in the country at 382,800 Yen, which is around Rs 2.69 lakh. For 2021, the motorcycle comes in two new shades: Triton Blue Metallic and Titan Black. The former gets a blue and black dual tone layout with a bit of yellow highlights on the fuel tank extension and a yellow ‘125’ logo on the tail section.
The Titan Black colour variant is a combination of black and grey, with blue wheels and highlights on the bodywork. Both colour variants get a large ‘GSX’ draped across the muscular 11-litre fuel tank. But apart from these colour schemes, the motorcycle remains unchanged mechanically.
Powering the bike is a 124cc 4-valve DOHC single-cylinder motor producing 15PS at 10,000rpm and 11Nm at 8000rpm. It works in conjunction with a 6-speed transmission. Claimed mileage is 45.1kmpl, fairly decent for a liquid-cooled motorcycle of this class. The underpinnings are pretty much what you expect of this motorcycle: a telescopic front fork and a rear monoshock. For better safety, it also gets petal discs on both ends with a dual-channel ABS as standard.
This GSX-S125 is unlikely to be launched in India as it will turn out to be too expensive for its segment. However, we wish Suzuki carries over its new colour schemes to the India-spec 155cc Suzuki Gixxer, which, interestingly, is exported from India and sold in Japan. If you're in the mood for something a lot sportier and more powerful than the GSX-S125, then check out Honda's latest offering for the Indonesian market.