Suzuki gave the home market preferential treatment on RGVS. This 1991 RGV250 VJ22 isn’t the same as the M-model we got. But like the 1992 UK bikes (designated RGV250N), with the slimmer/longer seat unit with two seat vents instead of three. The engine internals are the same, though bear in mind it’ll have smaller carbs and restricted electronics. This one’s a fresh import, and looks straight and clean under the custom paint which is reputedly in good shape (should it provide liquid support to your watercraft), and with low miles under it to boot.
Seems like a lot, given most people would want it repainted and put it back to full power. And probably a precautionary engine refresh, though at least they’re well supported on the Suzuki Vintage Parts scheme for that. If you want one to sort, keep and ride it would just about stack up, but its appeal if and when you wanted to move it on would be considerably reduced compared to a UK blue/white M-model. So budget for that.
Restricted, and not a UK bike. These things count