Suzuki unveils new GSX-S750

New GSX-S750 debuts at Intermot

Suzuki unveils new GSX-S750

HERE’S the new Suzuki GSX-S750, unveiled today at Intermot.

The GSX-S750 replaces the GSR750 to become the stablemate to the GSX-S1000, which Suzuki brought out last year.

It’s powered by a retuned, Euro 4 compliant version of the 749cc inline four engine from the 2005 GSX-R750. Maximum power is 112.6hp at 10,500rpm and torque is 59.74lb/ft at 9,000rpm. The ABS model weighs 213kg and the tank hold 16 litres.

The engine features new 10-hole long nose injectors for finer atomisation and fuel volume, a new air box and an updated version of the four-into-one exhaust system used on the GSR750.

It gets a three-mode traction control system, information-packed LCD instrument cluster along with LED rear light and indicators.

The GSX-S750 also features Suzuki’s one-button-press Easy Start system and Low RPM Assist – which raises the engine speed to help prevent stalling when pulling away.

The GSX-S750 looks to have the same steel chassis as the GSR750, which Suzuki says is designed for ‘sporting comfort’. Wheelbase is 1,455mm – 5mm longer than the GSR’s. Seat height is 820mm.

At the front is a 41mm gold-anodised KYB USD fork, adjustable for preload and with 120mm travel. The rear shock also features seven-way adjustable preload. Suzuki says the shock has been refined for the GSX-S750. It also gets a new swingarm, designed specifically for this bike.

Along with the new swingarm comes a set of newly-designed aluminium wheels, with Suzuki working with Bridgestone to co-develop the profile and compound of the Battlax S21 OE rubber.

A pair of ABS four-pot radial Nissin front calipers and 310mm floating discs are tasked with slowing down the GSX-S750.

It’ll be available in four colours: ‘Metallic Triton Blue / Gloss Sparkle Black’, ‘Mira Red’, and ‘Metallic Matt Black’