- Suzuki GSX S750 is powered by an in-line four, 749 cc motor
- The motorcycle sports an all-digital LCD infotainment screen
- It also comes equipped with a dual-channel ABS unit
- The GSX S750 gets a switchable three-level traction control system
Suzuki Motorcycle launched its naked streetfighter, the GSX S750 today at Rs 7.46 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). The updates in the 2019 Suzuki GSX S750 are only cosmetic that include new body graphics and two new colour schemes - Pearl Glacier White and Metallic Matte Black. The price of the 2019 model almost remains the same as the ongoing 2018 edition of the motorcycle.
The GSX S750 takes styling cues from its bigger and more powerful sibling, the GSX-1000. The motorcycle sports a fully digital LCD instrument screen that also has a gear position indicator. The motorcycle comes equipped with switchable three-level traction control to optimize the power delivery with respect to the given road conditions. It is equipped with adjustable KYB USD front forks and a KYB monoshock at the rear.
The braking duties are carried by Nissin twin discs at the front and a single disc at the rear. The braking capability of the motorcycle gets aided by a dual-channel ABS unit. Propulsion duties of the Suzuki GSX S750 are being taken care by an in-line four, liquid-cooled 749 cc, DOHC motor. The motor churns out 114 bhp of power and 81 Nm of torque. The engine is mated to a 6-speed transmission.
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Suzuki GSX S750 is a middle-weight naked streetfighter that carries almost all the elements of being a true GSX series motorcycle. The body graphics, stepped seats, sharp engine shrouds, floating tail lamp, sharp tail, meaty tyres and a sporty engine cowl makes the motorcycle an absolute looker. The key rivals are Triumph Street Triple, Kawasaki Z900, Aprilia Shiver 900and Ducati Scrambler Icon 800.