Suzuki GN250 is a 4 valve single cylinder, Air-cooled, SOHC, 250cc, 4 stroke standard motorcycle made by Suzuki Motors. Its smaller cousin is known as GN125 with a smaller displacement (125cc) engine. GN250 is a cruiser like street oriented popular learner's bike. There was also the GN400, on the UK market between 1982-84, which unusually used a 6 volt electric system.
The bike has a large rear sprocket and produces usable torque at low rpm. Instrumentation included a speedometer, odometer with trip, high beam, turn indicators, and a gear position indicator. The engine automatically shuts off if the bike is put into gear when side stand is down. The Suzuki GZ250 is a more cruiser oriented version of GN250 in terms of dimensions with same drivetrain. Suzuki TU250 is a modern evolution of this bike with EFI and different styling.