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2013 Suzuki Gw-250 on 2040-motos

YearYear:2013 MileageMileage:0 ColorColor: Black

Frazer, Pennsylvania

Frazer, PA
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2013 Suzuki GW-250, JUST ARRIVED.... NO FREIGHT OR SET UP FEES.... Optional 5 year Extended Warranties available with unlimited miles.... 2013 Suzuki GW250 Introducing the all new Suzuki GW250 a motorcycle class of its own. When you ponder whether a motorcycle exists with electrifying style and affordability, ponder no more because the GW250 has arrived. It generates lightning fast low-end and mid-range power from its 248cc, liquid cooled, lightweight, two cylinder engine. The GW250 not only delivers on power but on comfort and style as well. The striking body provides an aggressive naked appeal to many riders and is sure to break away from the norm. Its semi double-cradle chassis is designed to provide ample support for a variety of riding styles, while securing this naked bike s more visible and prominent features. Whether you re traveling in and out of city streets or on the open road, the GW250 s maneuverability and efficient fuel economy is the perfect choice for your daily transportation needs. Features May Include Engine 248cc, liquid cooled, in-line two-cylinder design makes a lightweight and compact powerplant that produces the perfect low- and mid-range punch for powering through urban areas and open roads. A chromed exhaust muffler that meets strict emission regulations. Transmission A six-speed transmission is mated well to the engine design, with the cylinders long-stroke design boosting the goal of low- to mid-range power delivery. Chassis A semi double-cradle chassis is designed to provide ample support for a variety of riding styles, while humbly securing this naked bike s more visible and prominent features. Seven-way adjustable spring preload rear suspension action is handled by a mono-shock system that stays hidden from view to amplify the bike s style, while delivering smooth performance. Additional The GW250 features a bright dual lens tail and brake light that has striking design made from high-quality components. Features a digital LCD speedometer, odometer, twin trip meter, clock and fuel gauge readouts, maintenance interval indicator and 3-mode rpm indicator (Normal mode, Eco mode and Off) on the right, plus LED indicators on the left. Bold turn signals blended into the brash bodywork make a kingly statement.

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