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The Suzuki GT250 was launched in Japan in 1971, was basically a successor to and an upgraded version of the Suzuki T250. However, the difference between the two bikes was limited only to their respective names. "G" was added to the T250 model to represent a modernized version of the older motorcycle.

The additional component of the newer model was a disc brake on the front of the bike and a new Ram Air cylinder head. A closer look at the models on the market before the launch of the Suzuki 250 models (T250 and GT250) makes it possible to judge that the T20 Super Six was quite similar to the T250 and GT250. The GT250 launch, however, was a greater success in the markets, as the bike had all the ingredients for a very competitive machine.

In fact, the GT250 was as large as 400 models in size, and equally good in performance. Because of such features, the GT250 became the best-selling motorcycle until the mid-seventies in many countries, including the UK.

Unfortunately, however, the success was soon stopped when new environmental regulations entered the seventies, which meant that Suzuki engineers ran against four-stroke engines as opposed to two-stroke units. These environmental and sound rules meant that Suzuki now had to focus on the transformation of the exhaust gases. As a result, the Suzuki GT250 was outclassed by its contemporaries in the late 1970s. It can also be said that despite the Suzuki GT250's engine, it was a little less powerful than the T250. Apart from this little difference, the T250 had the lack of a grab rail as opposed to its successor. In 1972, Suzuki released the second model GT250 (GT-250 II) which had a disc brake in front of a new color job.

This model is still a rarity so far as it was never presented to the West. The Suzuki GT250 inc X7 is a rare gem that went to showroom floor in 1979. The name was changed in different parts of the world, such as the RG250 in Japan or the X7E in Germany. The new GT250 model helped reduce the weight of the bike by 20 kg. This bike is super easy and it can provide a fantastic experience for all bicycles who want to try another bike style. Suzuki GT250 inc X7 is a classic bike that shows spunk in terms of its specifications. The installed engine is a twin stroke that can reach high speeds up to 149.0 km / h. The fuel control is quite different from many other motorcycle fuel controls and is known as a membrane that helps the bike to solve gasoline at a much slower rate than traditional methods.

The gearbox was ahead of its time with a six speed and transmission. Another advantage that riders get when choosing GT250 X7 is the 27 horsepower cycle represents. This is a tremendous pressure on marketing strategy, as similar models at that time only ran an average of 20 horsepower. The displacement stops at 247ccm for the amazing power of the Suzuki GT250 inc X7.