- Engine: 999 Cc
- Mileage: 12 Kmpl
- Power: 144 bhp
- Weight: 214 Kg
Suzuki GSX-S1000 Price in India
- Cutting-Edge Engine Management
- Three Mode Traction Control
- 4-Stroke, 4-Cylinder
- DOHC Engine
- Aggression In An All-New Form
- High-Performance Braking
- 4-Stroke, 4-Cylinder
- DOHC Engine
Suzuki GSX-S1000 Overview
Suzuki has recently launched the all-new series of sportbike as the GSX-S1000 –the bigger sibling of the Indian-make street bike, the Gixxer motorbike. The revolutionary Suzuki GSX-S1000 bike is the exclusive liter-class sports naked motorcycle without the full fairing like the similar GSX-R1000 bike. Along with other improvements, the engine of the bike has also received major modifications for this year model as Suzuki aims to keep the sport-sector momentum going on.
Suzuki GSX-S1000 Engine & Transmission
The next-gen GSX-S1000 by Suzuki shares the engine specifications with the respective liter-class superbike –the GSX-R1000. In the current state of tuning, the bike sports the powerful 4-stroke, 4-cylinder 999cc engine. The engine is capable of delivering the powerful 143.5 BHP of power at 10,000 rpm. The impressive torque specification of the bike is 108Nm at 9500 rpm. The bike is paired with the 6 transmission gears for enhanced performance.
Suzuki GSX-S1000 Styling & Comfort
The designers of the all-new Suzuki GSX-S1000 have been successful at not going overboard while designing the overall styling of the motorbike. They have managed to maintain the compact-looking stylish design of the bike while aiming for designing the purposeful, yet sleek design of the bike. The smooth flowing lines can be observed in the bike with all-new naked headlamp being equipped with two protruding LED lights. There is a minimalistic panel at the rear end giving the bike a subtle, yet sturdy presence.
Suzuki GSX-S1000 What we think
The latest range of the Suzuki GSX-S1000 bike comes with a solid street appearance supported by its loud exhaust that serves to be a head-turner throughout the ride. It is a great quick, sleek motorcycle with the presence of the modern-day naked liter-class specifications offering great value to the customers.
Suzuki GSX-S1000 Mileage
The all-new Suzuki GSX-S1000 bike is known to offer the riding range of 340km/hr with the mileage specification of 20 kmpl.
Suzuki GSX-S1000 Performance and Handling
In the next-gen Suzuki GXS-S1000 bike, the exclusive 3-step traction control system helps in transferring all the respective power to the road –working brilliantly towards ensuring that the rear wheels are holding good at different points of time. Fueling has also been sorted out in the new S1000 bike with the presence of progressive, relaxed throttle response that is offered by the powerful bike. The gearbox of the bike is known for shifting with a well-weighted, flawless feel that is supported by the light-action clutch.
Suzuki GSX-S1000 Braking & Safety
The next-generation Suzuki GSX-S1000 bike comes with the fully adjustable suspension front as well as the rear end along with the upside-down telescopic forks with the spring preload. There is also the presence of a rebound, damping, compression along with the adjustable monoshock & alloy swingarm at the rear end of the bike. A perfect set of 310 mm disc brakes are present in the front along with a 250mm single disc setup at the rear end. ABS is present and well-functioning even in wet conditions.
Suzuki GSX-S1000 Competitors
Some of the latest rivals in the given segment of the bike include the Kawasaki Z1000 and Honda CBR1000R.
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