Suzuki Motorcycle dealerships in the country have started taking bookings for the upcoming street-fighter motorcycle.
Suzuki showcased its motorcycle, the GSX-S750, at the Auto Expo 2018. Now, Suzuki Motorcycle dealerships in the country have started taking bookings for the upcoming street-fighter motorcycle.
According to a report NDTV, the dealer across various cities have started taking the booking of the latest bike. The ‘Made in India’ is expected to be priced around Rs 7.6 lakh (ex-showroom) and it will compete against the likes of Kawasaki Z900, Triumph Street Triple and the Ducati Monster 797.
Available in Metallic Triton Blue / Glass Sparkle Black and Pearl Mira Red colour variants. The design of the GSX-S750 ABS is very similar to and inspired by its elder sibling the GSX-S1000. As far as dimensions are concerned, it measures 2125 mm in length, 785 mm in width and has a wheelbase of 1455 mm. While the ground clearance is 135 mm and seat height stands 820mm.
Based on the K5 engine architecture, the machine is powered by a 749 cc liquid cooled, inline four cylinders, Dual Overhead Camshaft (DOHC) engine. Suzuki GSX-S750 is capable of producing maximum power of 113 bhp at 10500 RPM with 81 Nm of peak torque at 9000 RPM and mated to a six-speed constant mesh transmission.
It comes with Suzuki’s advanced traction control system that offers four riding modes: Mode 1 is lowest sensitivity level most suitable for skilled riders or in conditions that have good road surface grip (sport riding on good, smooth roads); Mode 2 is a moderate sensitivity level that is suitable for most riders or in conditions that have varied road surface grip (city riding, regular road conditions); Mode 3 is highest sensitivity level suitable for road conditions where the grip may be limited (wet or cold surfaces); and OFF mode that disengages all traction control features.
Besides the GSX-S750 comes with 10-spoke cast aluminium wheels, link-type rear suspension with a single shock absorber, new black finish aluminium hand and foot controls, and a three-phase charging system, with an oil-cooled stator, keeps the maintenance-free battery up to charge for trouble-free operation.
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