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2009 Suzuki TU250X Photo Gallery
Suzuki’s $3799 TU250X is one of motorcycling’s best values.
Motorcycle USA reviews the 2009 Suzuki TU250X, a small entry-level motorcycle designed for those looking for affordable two-wheeled transportation. See what it is like in our
2009 Suzuki TU250X First Ride
2009 Suzuki TU250X dyno chart courtesy of Mickey Cohen Motorsports.
One of the only complaints we have with Suzuki’s $3799 TU250X is excessive engine vibration especially at high speed.
Despite its petite size the cockpit of the TU250X can comfortably accommodate even taller than average riders.
The air-cooled engine sports a polished glow.
The swept muffler does a admirable job of muting excessive engine noise.
Instrumentation is both simple and effective.
The left handlebar controls consist of a high/low beam headlamp switch, turn signals switch and horn.
Starting the TU250X is as simple as a push of the electric start button.
Despite its bargain price tag, the TU250X makes use of a hydraulic front disc brake ensuring easy and safe stopping power.
A large headlight provides above average road illumination at night.
The Suzuki TU250X is a perfect motorcycle for new riders or those looking for affordable and economical transportation.
A non-adjustable Showa fork graces the TU250X.
A helmet lock allows you to store your helmet while you’re away from the bike.
A 5-speed transmission and a chain final drive transfer power to the 18-inch rear tire.
Suzuki returns the classic Scrambler motorcycle styling with its TU250X.
The Suzuki TU250X is a urban hipster’s dream motorcycle.
You’d be hard pressed to find an easier motorcycle to ride than Suzuki’s TU250X.
Maneuverability is just one of the many attributes of the 2009 Suzuki TU250X.
If you’re looking for an efficient way to jet around town the 2009 Suzuki TU250X is it.
The rider seat is broad and plush, plus it measures at a mere 30.3 inches of the ground.
The TU250X’s top speed is limited to 78 mph on flat ground.
Suzuki’s TU250X makes us of a economical 249cc air-cooled 4-stroke Single cylinder engine.
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