Features and specifications on the RM Army’s 250 four-stroke motocrosser.
It’s no secret that Suzuki’s 250 four-stroke motocross bike has gone a while without any mechanical updates—2019 to be exact. That’s the year the RM-Z250 was given an extensive overhaul including a new cylinder head, dual injector EFI system, throttle body, exhaust system, coil-spring fork, shock, chassis, and bodywork. Although the changes didn’t move it up in the rankings of our annual comparison test that year and it hasn’t participated in Dirt Rider’s 250F Motocross Shootout since 2020, the RM Army’s quarter-liter MXer still has its charms. Before we publish our first ride review of it, let’s dig into some of the RM-Z250′s features and specifications.
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