New Suzuki RM-Z250 2009 Reviews and Specification

The 2009 RM-Z250 also hosts the same visual upgrades except for the shrouds which are all yellow this year. Bad news for the 2-stoke lovers, Suzuki has officially stopped importing any full-size smokers with the exclusion of the RM250 for '09. The big-wheeled RM85L has also been dropped, leaving only the RM85.<br /><br />Kids do have other options, however, with the DR-Z125(L) and DR-Z70.
- $6299
Here's your ticket to race-winning performance right off the dealer floor. The RM-Z250 is engineered to make you feel comfortable blasting out of corners or blowing by the competition on the straights. It's designed to shift the balance of power in your favor.
Compact, powerful and lightweight liquid-cooled, four-stroke engine offers exceptional performance across the powerband.
Billet-type hollow camshafts and durable titanium valves are lightweight to ensure reliable performance even at high rpm.
RM-Z450-style twin-spar aluminum frame provides maneuverability and stability on rough tracks Easy starting, hot or cold, thanks to an automatic centrifugal decompression system and a carburetor with hot start circuit.
SHOWA 50mm piggyback-reservoir rear shock provides smooth performance Showa inverted, twin-chamber 47mm cartridge-type front fork offers plush response complemented by exceptional straight-line stability.
Available in Champion Yellow.
The 2009 RM-Z250 also hosts the same visual upgrades except for the shrouds which are all yellow this year. Bad news for the 2-stoke lovers, Suzuki has officially stopped importing any full-size smokers with the exclusion of the RM250 for '09. The big-wheeled RM85L has also been dropped, leaving only the RM85.

Kids do have other options, however, with the DR-Z125(L) and DR-Z70.

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