Although the iconic GSX-R1000 lifespan might end, the smallest GSX-R family, the GSX-R125 and GSX-S150, has been given a new breath of life for 2022.
- Suzuki is to continue selling the GSX-R125 and GSX-S125.
- Both motorcycle now meets the Euro5 emission standard.
The pint-size GSX-R125 and GSX-S150 now meet Euro5 emission standards, which means both motorcycles can continue to be sold in Europe.
Although the GSX-R nameplate is familiarised with Suzuki’s 1000cc superbike, it is the 125cc variant that went to become the brand’s most popular sportsbike globally.
This could mean that the Hamamatsu factory might continue selling the small capacity sportbike while the GSX-R1000 could get axed for failing to meet the Euro5 emission compliance before the end of the year.
Nevertheless, the 124cc engine found in the GSX-R125 and GSX-S125 continues to pump 15hp but in a cleaner fashion.
Also, both models feature LED headlights, a digital instrument cluster and Suzuki Easy Start System.