Suzuki GSX1400 (2001 - 2006)

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Suzuki GSX1400 (2001 - 2006)

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Reviewed: by Visordown
When I first saw pictures of Suzuki’s new GSX1400, I had images of a big 1970s-style Eddie Lawson racebike thing. You know, big power, big engine, twin-shocks at the back and brutal horspower on a sit-up-and-beg naked racebike. That was the impression I got from the pictures, anyway. And when ...  Continue reading

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10 user reviews of Suzuki GSX1400 (2001 - 2006) See all

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glad I had it, enjoyed it a lot Continue reading...
I bought my 14 in 2007 and have never been disappointed or let down by it. I have changed the silencers and replaced the weighty originals with beowulf cans. The noise my bike makes now puts a huge smile on my Continue reading...
Pretty good all round. Can be ridden lazyly in a kind of 'cruiser' style, or nailed as you wish - you do need to watch it on bends though as when pushed it does start to complain. Pillions and luggage are a bre Continue reading...
Believe it or not I bought this bike to go touring on. Its the dogs whatsit. Ideal riding position, relaxing, decent fuel consumtion, no effort to ride with two up and all the luggage, very reliable and I just Continue reading...
I also have a CBR 1000 that was going to get my licence full of green shield stamps at £60 a pop ... So needed something that I could enjoy and still keep riding ... Was looking at the Bandit when a friend ask Continue reading...

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There’s heaps of torque with good levels of comfort
 
Heavy weight makes for a wallowy ride.
  • Price: £6349.00
  • Year: 2001 - 2006
  • Engine capacity: 1402cc
  • Power: 106bhp
  • Torque: 93lb ft
  • Weight: 229kg

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