Suzuki’s all-new GSR750 is arriving in April to shake up the naked street-fighter segment.
Featuring fuel-injected performance and bare-knuckle looks, the Suzuki GSR750 combines a powerful 749cc, four-cylinder, fuel-injected DOHC engine with six-speed constant mesh transmission and angular head-turning street presence.
It also features inverted KYB front forks with gold-coloured anodized upper tubes and a 4-into-1 exhaust system.
With a broad powerband, loads of low-end torque and a muscular mid-range, the GSR750 has stopping power to match – up front is a 310mm dual disc set-up and, at the rear, a 240mm disc.
And there is a 17.5 litre fuel tank for getting out on the open road and getting the knee down.
The GSR750 instrument cluster features an analogue tacho and an LCD display with digital speedometer, gear-position indicator, temperature gauge, fuel gauge, clock and selectable odometer/dual-tripmeter.
Available soon, Suzuki’s naked GSR750 comes in two colour schemes, black and red and ‘glacier’ white.
Pricing is yet to be announced; warranty is two-years with unlimited kilometres. If a new naked is on the ‘gotta-have’ list, keep your eyes on your Suzuki dealership.