The 2015 Suzuki RM-Z250 sees little changes for the new model year.
The big news with the 2015 Suzuki RM-Z250 is that there is no big news to report. Unlike the 2015 RM-Z450, the 250 does not get the Showa air forks, but will retain its previous Showa spring Separate Function Fork. Nor does the RM-Z250 get Suzuki’s new Holeshot Assist that’s featured on the new 450.
The 250 did get a new ECM with higher processing performance and a new high power ignition coil to optimize combustion efficiency for increased roll-on performance.
New graphics caps off the short list of changes to the 2015 Suzuki RM-Z250.
Like the 2015 RM-Z450, the 250 will be available in July. No MSRP has been announced yet.