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Following the successful launch of the new Suzuki GSX1250FA earlier this year, where UK press were unanimous in their praise for Suzuki’s latest all-rounder, the Japanese manufacturer has today announced a new sport touring edition of the already popular 1255cc machine – the GSX1250FA ST. At its launch in northern Spain, the standard GSX1250FA was said to offer an unrivalled combination of performance and value in standard guise, due to its competitive price point that sees it retail £2,000 less than some considered rivals.
With the new ST version adding a quality luggage system comprising of 33 litre panniers (per side) and a 37 litre top box, Suzuki has gone one step further to make the GSX1250FA the ultimate go anywhere machine.
Suzuki GB marketing manager, George Cheeseman, commented, “The GSX1250FA ST is a very welcome addition to our model line-up. As many will know, we introduced our own large capacity touring model several years ago with the UK only Bandit 1250GT. The GSX1250FA ST replaces the popular Bandit GT, and with it comes factory-built refinement and versatility, at a price that enables continent crossing ability for the price of most entry-level machines.”
The GSX1250FA ST is available with immediate effect. Customers can find more information on Suzuki’s latest sports tourer by visiting www.suzuki-gb.co.uk or by contacting their nearest authorised Suzuki dealer.
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