- Suzuki GSX-S750 offered with a new paint scheme in the UK
- Engine derived from the GSX-R750
- Priced at Euro 7,999 (Rs 7.07 lakh)
Suzuki has offered a new paint scheme for the GSX-S750 in the UK. The naked roadster motorcycle now comes with a new White/Yellow colour option. The white paint scheme on the bike is complemented by a vibrant, fluro yellow underbelly pan. The black GSX fuel tank decals, headlight surround, and 10-spoke black aluminium wheels make the motorcycle look much more aggressive.
The streetfighter motorcycle is offered with features like Suzuki easy start system, LCD dash, split-type seat with grab handle strap, golden coloured USD front forks, lean exhaust with steel heat shield and five patterns for the instrument cluster. It is further equipped with safety features like traction control system with three riding modes, low RPM assist and petal-disc brakes on both ends.
The naked roadster motorcycle draws power from a 749cc inline four-cylinder liquid-cooled engine that is derived from the GSX-R750. This motor delivers 112.64bhp at 10,500rpm and 81Nm at 9,000rpm. All this power and torque is put down via a six-speed transmission. Meanwhile, the braking is taken care of by a twin petal-disc at the front and a single petal-disc at the rear.
The 2021 Suzuki GSX-S750 is priced at Euro 7,999, which converts to Rs 7.07 lakh. While the company has updated the streetfighter motorcycle in the UK, its chances of arrival in the Indian market are pretty slim.