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SUZUKI GSX-S750 for sale in Edgware, Middlesex

£7,699
Location: Edgware, Middlesex
  • Mileage0
  • Engine Size750cc
  • Year0
Replacing the GSR750 and taking its styling cues and family lines from the GSX-S1000 comes the GSX-S750 from Suzuki, unveiled today at the Cologne Motorcycle Show, Intermot. It is not the same as the GSX-S750 already available in the States by the way. No, sir. This 2017 model has a whole raft of changes and upgrades including an increase of 8bhp up to 113bhp. And just like the litre-version, this new 750cc naked uses a tuned version of the 2005 GSX-R750 liquid-cooled, inline- four cylinder, four-stroke engine. Suzuki say this is because “its engine mounting angle is close to vertical. This helps realise the short wheelbase wanted on a naked model.” Performance-wise, the new bike’s maximum power is 113bhp and acceleration is improved over the GSR750 courtesy of a shorter final gear ratio. A new airbox inlet creates a more exciting sound, so claim the Japanese manufacturer while Bridgestone Battlax Hypepersport S21 tyres come as standard. A 3-stage traction control system plus one-touch starter - press once rather than push and hold and no need to pull the clutch in - add to the rider comforts as does the smart LCD instruments and its handlebar-mounted controls nabbed from the GSX-S1000. Onto the styling and the Suzuki GSX-S750 gets a new look virtually all over. A new headlight design, tail tidy, rear fairing, rear lights, footpegs, swingarm, belly pan and 10- spoke wheels sharpen up the appearance. Suzuki have even tidied up the wiring and hoses. Also featured is what Suzuki call ‘Low RPM Assist’ but reading between the lines, this function is essentially an anti-stall mechanism allowing the engine rpm to rise when stationary or riding at low speeds. Handy and ego-saving. Call glm sales for more information
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  • ModelGSX-S750
  • Engine Size750cc
  • ColourBlue
  • Mileage0 Miles
  • LocationEdgware, Middlesex

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Replacing the GSR750 and taking its styling cues and family lines from the GSX-S1000 comes the GSX-S750 from Suzuki, unveiled today at the Cologne Motorcycle Show, Intermot. It is not the same as the GSX-S750 already available in the States by the way. No, sir. This 2017 model has a whole raft of changes and upgrades including an increase of 8bhp up to 113bhp. And just like the litre-version, this new 750cc naked uses a tuned version of the 2005 GSX-R750 liquid-cooled, inline- four cylinder, four-stroke engine. Suzuki say this is because “its engine mounting angle is close to vertical. This helps realise the short wheelbase wanted on a naked model.” Performance-wise, the new bike’s maximum power is 113bhp and acceleration is improved over the GSR750 courtesy of a shorter final gear ratio. A new airbox inlet creates a more exciting sound, so claim the Japanese manufacturer while Bridgestone Battlax Hypepersport S21 tyres come as standard. A 3-stage traction control system plus one-touch starter - press once rather than push and hold and no need to pull the clutch in - add to the rider comforts as does the smart LCD instruments and its handlebar-mounted controls nabbed from the GSX-S1000. Onto the styling and the Suzuki GSX-S750 gets a new look virtually all over. A new headlight design, tail tidy, rear fairing, rear lights, footpegs, swingarm, belly pan and 10- spoke wheels sharpen up the appearance. Suzuki have even tidied up the wiring and hoses. Also featured is what Suzuki call ‘Low RPM Assist’ but reading between the lines, this function is essentially an anti-stall mechanism allowing the engine rpm to rise when stationary or riding at low speeds. Handy and ego-saving. Call glm sales for more information