No products in the cart.
During the 1960s, Suzuki showed that it was serious about staying at the forefront of the motorcycle business. In the fall of 1965, they introduced the T20 Hustler twin (aka X6 or Super Six) as a 1966 model with 250 cc two-stroke twin engine, automatic oil injection and the world’s first six-speed transmission in a production motorcycle.
The T250, a tuned-up version of the T20, was manufactured from 1967 to 1972. It was replaced in 1973 by the GT250, another two-stroke 250 twin with its roots in the T20.
When the T250 model came it was a very competetive machine, despite its roots in the early sixties engineering. It had a 33 hp (crankshaft) two-stroke twin engine, Posi-Force Lubing system, six speed gearbox, rev counter and a twin leading shoe brake at the front. The T250 was light, sporty and economical.
Suzuki T250 J (1972)