By Hercules Rodrigues
Suzuki motorcycles and scooters India has just launched their new premium bike called the GSX S-750 priced at Rs 7.45 Lakhs (Ex showroom, Delhi)
Powering the GSX S-750 is 749cc, liquid cooled four-cylinder engine churning out 114bhp at 81nm of torque. It comes mated to a 6-speed gearbox, while suspension duties are handled by inverted fork at the front and monoshock at the rear. Braking is controlled by 310mm disc upfront and 240mm disc at the rear. A three-level traction control is also present and can be turned off completely.
The GSX S-750 is assembled in India alongside the Hayabusa and is the company’s first big bike to be follow the CKD route in the sub 1000cc category. Suzuki motorcycle design engineers have hit all the right boxes by giving the GSX S-750 a head turning design. The split seats, LED rear taillights, sculpted fuel tank all make for a very aggressive design cues. The instrumentation is an LCD unit and gives out all the required information.
Bookings for the bike have commenced at all big Suzuki dealerships across the country and the bike will lock horns with the Kawasaki Ninja Z900, Triumph Street Triple and the up-coming Ducati Monster 821.