The Suzuki GSX-S750 made its first public debut in India during the 2018 Delhi Auto Expo. It comes with an in-line, 4-cylinder liquid cooled engine which produces 110 BHp of power. The GSX-S750 is Suzuki second high-end sports bike after the Hayabusa which it is going to be manufactured in India.
Suzuki Motorcycles India have today launched the GSX-S750 in India. We have reported to you earlier that this bike is likely to launch in our country sometime during the month of April this year. The GSX-S750 will come to India as a Completely Knocked Down unit (CKD). Consequently, the Suzuki GSX-S750 has become the second high capacity bike assembled by the Japanese manufacturer in India. The Suzuki GSX-S750 is going to retail in India at a price of INR 7.45 Lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).
The Suzuki GSX-S750 comes with an in-line, four-cylinder engine. This engine produces a power of 110 BHP along with a peak torque of 81 Nm. This liquid-cooled engine comes with a six-speed transmission as standard. Furthermore, the engine comes with fuel-injection technology. It has a capacity of 749cc.
The Suzuki GSX-S750 takes its inspiration from the GSX-S1000. It comes with KYB inverted forks suspension on the front wheels. While the rear end comes with monoshocks. The bike weighs a total of 213 kgs. And comes with a fuel tank capacity of 16-litres. Dimensionally, the bike measures 1455 mm in wheelbase. GSX-S 750 is equipped with Bridgestone BATTLAX HYPERSPORT S21 tyres, brightness-adjustable LCD instrument panel amongst other features.
Being a high-end sports bike, the Suzuki GSX-S750 comes with both disk brakes at the front and the rear. These are Nissin radial callipers. Also, as an added safety feature, the bike comes with dual-channel ABS as standard. Furthermore, the bike comes with a fully-digital instrument cluster. Also, the bike offers a number of electronic rider assist features. These include Traction Control, Low RPM Assist and Suzuki Easy Start System.
Furthermore, the sports bike comes with three-mode traction control system that
ensures superior control over engine output helping prevent rear wheel spin. Mode one is for sports riding, mode two for typical road conditions and, mode three delivers maximum traction control when riding in poor conditions.
The Suzuki GSX-S750 The Apex Predator will be available in two different colour variants – Metallic Triton Blue/Glass Sparkle Black and Glass Sparkle Black/Candy Daring Red.
As mentioned, the GSX-S750 is going to cost INR 7.45 lakh to own. With this price tag, the Suzuki GSX-S750 will compete against the other big-boys in its segment. These will include the likes of Kawasaki Z900, Triumph Street Triple and the Yamaha MT-09.