Take The High Road

During the 1960s, suzuki showed that they were 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 displacement, automatic oil injection and the world's first six-speed transmission in a production motorcycle. In 1969 suzuki released the T250, an upgraded version of the suzuki T20 with many interchangeable parts. The suzuki T250 ended up making its way into many biker’s garages before suzuki ended production in 1972.

There are many reasons why this bike was selling like hot cakes even after production ended. The suzuki T250 was stocked with a speedy 33hp two-stroke engine, an automatic oiling mechanism, six speed gearbox, a rev counter and a highly acclaimed twin leading shoe brake. During its 1969 release many biker enthusiasts knew the suzuki T250 as an economical, sporty and light.

A Scrambler version of the T250, named the Hustler, was also released in 1970 with higher-drawn exhaust pipes. However there were many variations in the appearance of the all T250 models on different markets.

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issued: Friday, May 07, 2021
updated: Friday, May 07, 2021

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