The 2016 Suzuki GSX-R750 thoroughbred sportsbike has arrived in Australia, guaranteed to turn heads in three striking new colour schemes.
The original 750cc Supersports bike on the market, the GSX-R750 continues a legacy dating back to the models ground-breaking launch in 1985, where it took race replica motorcycles to a new level.
The GSX-R750 is a direct link between the racetrack and the streets and delivers powerful performance with supreme handling, making it a truly individual street machine.
Powered by an advanced 750cc, 4-cylinder engine producing 110kW of power, featuring the latest Suzuki Dual Throttle Valve (SDTV) fuel injection system, which delivers impressive throttle response along with improved fuel economy and reduced emissions.
The Suzuki Drive Mode Selector (S-DMS) optimises engine output and provides riders a selection of two engine maps to suit the conditions or their riding preference.
The GSX-R750s chassis has been designed with an emphasis on weight reduction and compactness to improve overall handling and provide an ideal power-to-weight ratio.
The lightweight twin-spar aluminium frame, made from just five cast sections and cast swingarm, delivers superb cornering on both the road and racetrack, with optimal rigidity and unmatched accuracy.
The GSX-R750 features inverted, lightweight Showa Big Piston Forks (BPF), developed on the racetrack for even more supreme handling.
For greater stopping performance, Suzukis 750cc powerplant incorporates four-piston Brembo monobloc front brake calipers and 310mm dual floating discs, and a single piston rear brake caliper with a 220mm disc.
Available in a standout Metallic Mat Black / Gloss Black, Metallic Triton Blue or the special 30th Anniversary Edition and backed by a two year, unlimited kilometre warranty, the 2016 Suzuki GSX-R750 is now available for a Recommended Ride Away Price of $17,490.
For further information on the 2016 Suzuki GSX-R750, interested customers should visit their local Suzuki dealer, which can be found through the Dealer Locator