Wednesday, July 02, 2008

Suzuki Gemma 250 goes on sale in Japan

For a mere 700,000 yen, you can take Gemma home with you. But only in Japan

According to a report on Motociclismo, the Suzuki Gemma, first seem at the Tokyo Motor Show last year, is now on sale in the Japanese market. Of course, if there’s one place in the world where the Gemma will look right at home, it’s the streets of Tokyo, so that’s where it’s headed right now…

Powered by a modified version of the Suzuki Burgman’s single-cylinder 250cc engine, the Gemma 250 rides on 14-inch (front) and 13-inch (rear) wheels, has the usual CVT driveline, and in Japan, costs 700,000 yen – about US$6,600 – a bargain for something that looks so very cool…

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