Haojue, the largest partner and export base of Suzuki Motor Corporation in China, has unveiled the fully-faired model of the Suzuki GW250 (known as the Suzuki Inazuma in some markets) in Shanghai. The new Suzuki GW250F joins the naked GW250 and the semi-faired GW250S models that have been offered in Asia and Europe.
Like its siblings, the Suzuki GW250F is powered by the same liquid-cooled 248cc 4-stroke, twin engine that delivers 24.1 hp at 8500 rpm and 16.2 ft-lb. of torque at 2600 rpm, with a claimed top speed of 120 kph, or 75 mph.
The braking system and suspension are also pretty similar to the GW250 and GW250S. It is equipped with a two-piston caliper and 290mm disc up front and a 240mm disc at the back, and uses telescopic forks and a seven-way preload-adjustable monoshock for suspension. The GW250F adds front Shock Absorber sheld.
The 2015 Suzuki GW250F is distinguished by the full fairing and integrated windshield – lower than GW250S -, and lower handlebars. The windshield is made of bulletproof glass. With the same 3.5-gallons fuel tank, the GW250F has a claimed curb weight of 417 pounds, 14 pounds heavier than the original naked GW250.
No word whether Suzuki will make the GW250F available for other markets including North America. In China, the Suzuki GW250F is priced at 25,880 yuan, while the GW250 and GW250S models are available for 23,880 yuan and 24,980 yuan, respectively.