For those looking to get into riding, the Suzuki GZ250 has always represented a good option as an affordable and manageable bike that will giver riders a proper introduction to the motorcycle lifestyle before stepping up to something more powerful. Now, in an effort to attract new customers, Suzuki is making the GZ250 even more attractive.
The company has announced a steep price drop on the GZ250, shaving off one-fourth of its price in knocking it down from $3,999 to $2,999.
The GZ250 cruiser bike features a 249cc single-cylinder, twin-valve, four-stroke engine that delivers even power and acceleration along with fuel efficiency. The company says it focuses on making the GZ250 a reliable, easy-to-maintain and low-hassle machine for riders just getting into the lifestyle.
Beginner riders may want to consider taking the money they save on the bike and investing in a motorcycle helmet, as safety should be a top priority when first learning to ride.
Suzuki also recommends the TU250X standard bike and GS500F sport bike as affordable starter motorcycles for riders interested in those types of machines. Both can be found for close to $4,000.