Suzuki GSX-S750 India Launch Soon

  • 18th, Apr 2018 12:30 PM
  • Mayank Sharma
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Suzuki GSX-S750 is a middleweight sport naked motorcycle from the Japan-based motorcycle manufacturer. The brand’s Indian subsidiary, Suzuki Motorcycle India Private Limited (SMIPL) has displayed the bike in front of Indian audience at the Auto Expo 2018 two months ago. From the sources, it has been learnt that the company is all set to introduce the GSX-S750 in the Indian lineup soon. It could be later this month or in early next month. In the segment, it will knock its horns with the opponents such as the Triumph Street Triple and Kawasaki Z900.

Apparently draws inspiration from its litre-class sibling the GSX-S1000, the Suzuki GSX-S750 appears the stripped down version of the former. The major highlights on the 750 include aggressive front with sharp linings, massive fuel tank, all-digital instrument cluster along with the safety electronics- four-level traction control and Anti-Lock braking system as standard. Meant for outstanding performance and handling, the GSX-750 misses out on the riding modes.

The mechanical duties like the propelling of the motorcycle is under the supervision of a 749 cc, in-line four-cylinder engine. The engine is capable of rolling out the peak power of around 113bhp at 10,500rpm along with the torque of 81 Nm at 9,500 rpm. The power transmission will be handled by a six-speed gearbox transmission. The suspension setup on the GSX-S750 comprises a 41mm USD Kayaba sourced front forks and a seven-step preload adjustable rear monoshock.

As reported, the GSX-S750 will be locally assembled at the brand’s manufacturing unit in India. It will be the second bike post the superbike Hayabusa from Suzuki house. Still, the aspect that will matter a lot, is its pricing that needs to be in the range of INR 7.5- 8.5 lakh (ex-showroom) for a fierce battle with the rivals such as the Triumph Street Triple, Yamaha MT-09, Kawasaki Z900 and the Honda CBR650F in the segment.