Suzuki GSX S750 Motorcycle Showcased At Auto Expo 2018

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The Japanese motorcycle giant Suzuki today showcased the powerful GSX S750 bike at the Auto Expo 2018. The middleweight naked motorcycle Suzuki GSX S750 will come to India as a completely knocked-down unit in order to keep the prices low. With its official launch in India, Suzuki will mark its debut in the sub-1000cc motorcycle segment in the country. The bike features bold upswept crouched stance along with aggressive new headlight, appealing fuel tank design and dual tone trim design.

First Look of Suzuki GSX-S750 at Auto Expo 2018 In India

First Look of Suzuki GSX-S750 at Auto Expo

The naked street racer uses 749cc 4-stroke, liquid cooled, inline 4-cylinder DOHC engine mated to a 6-speed gearbox. This is the same engine unit that performs its duties on the Suzuki GSX R750. The motorcycle produces 114hp of power at 10,500rpm and the 81Nm of peak torque at 9000rpm. Suzuki’s new fuel injection system coupled with electronic ignition allows smooth performance. Suzuki GSX S750 will be offered in two electrifying shades of Metallic Triton Blue and Pearl Mira Red.

The muscular characteristics and monstrous appeal of the performance bike is borrowed from its elder and more powerful sibling, the Suzuki GSX S1000. The 750cc bike model stretches 2125mm in length, 785mm in width and wheelbase of 1455mm. Moreover, the ground clearance and seat height reads a good 135mm and 820mm in that order.

During the announcement, Masahiro Nishikawa, Executive General Manager, Suzuki Motor Corporation said, “India is an important market for Suzuki Motor Corporation. Not only it is one of the biggest markets for two-wheeler globally, but it is also one that is the fastest-growing and with maximum-potential in segments that Suzuki has expertise in. Today, we are extremely excited to introduce two new products with global pedigree – the BURGMAN scooter and the GSX S750 to India. We will continue to invest towards ensuring that Suzuki Motorcycle India continues its upward growth-trajectory in India.”


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