Mass is 161kgs Or 356lbs 12 liters Or 3.17 gallons. The Gixxer SF 250 is powered by an all-new, fuel injected single cylinder engine and outputs stand at 26.5PS and 22.6Nm. Interestingly, the engine is oil-cooled and not water-cooled. Suzuki has developed a new cooling system called the SOCS (Suzuki Oil Cooling System) which uses an external, radiator-like unit for better efficiency. Suzuki tells us this was a conscious decision for weight savings and also for simplicity in terms of engine construction. The engine is mated to a new six-speed gearbox and clutch action at the lever light, while quality of gearshifts is excellent, just like most other Suzuki's transmissions Telling solely from the teaser video, one finds it difficult to believe that the new Suzuki Gixxer SF 250 features a single cylinder engine. Documents leaked earlier reveal that the new Suzuki Gixxer SF 250 will feature a 249cc 4-stroke, singe-cylinder oil cooled engine that produces 26.1bhp of power @ 9,000rpm and 22.6Nm of torque @ 7,500rpm. The engine also features SOHC and 4-valves. The engine comes mated to a 6-speed manual transmission. The Suzuki Gixxer SF 250 features a fuel injection system and an electric starter system. Suspension duties are handled by telescopic, coil spring, oil damped systems in the front, and a swingarm type mono-shock at the rear. The motorcycle also features disc brake at the front (dual calipers) and the rear (single caliper). ABS is expected to be offered as a standard. https://www.suzukimotorcycle.co.in/ Is the new engine meant for everyday use? Or, sport riding? Both, answered Suzuki. Out on the Buddh International Circuit (BIC) we had plenty of opportunity to test one of those claims. Things checked out. The short-stroke engine revs to just over 10,000 rpm and power doesn’t trail off as it gets there. Hitting the 154kph (indicated) top speed was a fuss-free affair. The refinement of the engine was also pleasing, with just a light tingle creeping in at high revs.