Presenting the all-new middleweight fighter from Suzuki – the GSX-S750! Unveiled at the ongoing Intermot 2016, the Suzuki GSX-S750 is the latest addition to the bikemaker’s naked street bike lineup. The bike employs the K5 engine architecture borrowed from the GSX-R750 due to its angle, which is closer to vertical than the current GSX-R750 engine. This also allowed the maker to shorten the wheelbase of the GSX-S750 to suit its character. The bike is scheduled to arrive in dealerships by early 2017.
On the visual front, the design of the Suzuki GSX-S750 is inspired by its elder brother – GSX-S1000. Alike the litre-class GSX-S, the GSX-S750 is equipped with Suzuki’s easy-start system and low-rpm assist function. Over the outgoing GSR750, the GSX-S750 has more power and torque to boast about, all thanks to the new, 10-hole, long-nose fuel injectors from the older 8-hole design on the GSR. The engine now makes around 112 Bhp at 10,500rpm and 81Nm of torque at 9,000rpm. Also, the GSX-S is equipped with a new air box and exhaust.
The chassis performance has been improved with a new swingarm, and braking is enhanced with the addition of radial-mount calipers and new discs. The GSX-S750 gets a three-mode traction control system in order to assist the rider through various riding environments. This system continuously monitors front and rear wheel speeds, the throttle position, crank position, and gear position, and when a slide is detected, reduces engine output to deliver smooth, continuous drive.