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2017 Suzuki GSX-R 1000

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Suzuki GSX-R 1000
  • Year: 2017
  • Make: Suzuki
  • Model: GSX
  • Engine: inline-4
  • Displacement: 99.8 cc
  • Top Speed: 146 mph (Est.)
  • Price: INR 1900000
  • Price: Super

The King Of Sportbikes is back, better than ever, ready to reign.

In a world where outright horsepower and straight-line speed hold centre stage, this Japanese brand’s Superbikes have always been the epitome of a reputation for being the most practical superbikes in all of its class respectively. There is no doubt regarding the fact that Suzuki has one of the most expansive and versatile lineups of superbikes in the Indian market and has an advantage of being one of the first movers in the upper end of the Indian motorcycling scenario. They stormed into the field without any competition and had become a serious conscience for sportbikes in the country.

Of all that we have, the 2001 entry kid GSX-R1000 is regarded as one of the most usable supersport bikes on sale in the Indian two-wheeler market, which is tamable effectively by both the amateur as well as seasonal bikers.Launched to the world almost three decades ago, the GSX-R 1000 has humbled more than a million customers and has single-handedly transformed the open sportbike class constantly. People soon called it The King of Sportbikes. Then competition happened and it soon lost the throne to the other European and Japanese lords.

Suzuki has regularly managed to update the GSX-R1000 time and again with a series of minimal cosmetic and mechanical upgrades. For this 6th generation, however, the folks at Suzuki are determined to restore the GSX-R1000 to its throne and become the top performing motorcycle to the world to see. Built by engineers with years of experience and dominations in production-based Superbike, Superstock and Endurance races worldwide, and most importantly the WSBK MotoGP technology, the 2017 GSX-R 1000 is touted to become the most compact, the most aerodynamic and the best-handling GSX-R 1000 ever. Let’s have a look at this new King:

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OVERVIEW 2017 Suzuki GSX-R 1000

2017 Suzuki GSX-R 1000

The King Of Sportbikes is back, better than ever, ready to reign.

In a world where outright horsepower and straight-line speed hold centre stage, this Japanese brand’s Superbikes have always been the epitome of a reputation for being the most practical superbikes in all of its class respectively. There is no doubt regarding the fact that Suzuki has one of the most expansive and versatile lineups of superbikes in the Indian market and has an advantage of being one of the first movers in the upper end of the Indian motorcycling scenario. They stormed into the field without any competition and had become a serious conscience for sportbikes in the country.

Of all that we have, the 2001 entry kid GSX-R1000 is regarded as one of the most usable supersport bikes on sale in the Indian two-wheeler market, which is tamable effectively by both the amateur as well as seasonal bikers.Launched to the world almost three decades ago, the GSX-R 1000 has humbled more than a million customers and has single-handedly transformed the open sportbike class constantly. People soon called it The King of Sportbikes. Then competition happened and it soon lost the throne to the other European and Japanese lords.

Suzuki has regularly managed to update the GSX-R1000 time and again with a series of minimal cosmetic and mechanical upgrades. For this 6th generation, however, the folks at Suzuki are determined to restore the GSX-R1000 to its throne and become the top performing motorcycle to the world to see. Built by engineers with years of experience and dominations in production-based Superbike, Superstock and Endurance races worldwide, and most importantly the WSBK MotoGP technology, the 2017 GSX-R 1000 is touted to become the most compact, the most aerodynamic and the best-handling GSX-R 1000 ever. Let’s have a look at this new King:

May 8, 2017 10:00
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Featured Suzuki launched its most advanced GSX-R 1000 for ₹ 19 lakh

Suzuki launched its most advanced GSX-R 1000 for ₹ 19 lakh

It is a revolution than an evolution. A brand new engine and electronics will take it to the moon and back.

In a world where outright horsepower and straight-line speed hold centre stage, this Japanese brand’s Superbikes have always been the epitome of a reputation for being the most practical superbikes in all of its class respectively. There is no doubt regarding the fact that Suzuki has one of the most expansive and versatile lineups of superbikes in the Indian market and has an advantage of being one of the first movers in the upper end of the Indian motorcycling scenario. They stormed into the field without any competition and had become a serious conscience for sportbikes in the country.

Of all that we have, the 2001 entry kid GSX-R1000 is regarded as one of the most usable supersport bikes on sale in the Indian two-wheeler market, which is tamable effectively by both the amateur as well as seasonal bikers.Suzuki has regularly managed to update the GSX-R1000 every year with a series of minimal cosmetic and mechanical upgrades. This 998 cc supersport machine has recently received a major upgrade for the current calendar year, the highlights of which makes this 6th generation sportbike the most powerful, hardest-accelerating, cleanest-running GSX-R ever built.

May 5, 2017 05:06
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Feature – List of bikes launched in INTERMOT 2016 – Part 1

Feature – List of bikes launched in INTERMOT 2016 – Part 1

A complete list of motorcycles and their initial information all under one article

Needless to say, the INTERMOT has always been one bigshot event for all the motorcycle manufacturers to display their best and latest offerings for the enthusiasts worldwide. With all the big names present on this stage, the INTERMOT has always been one big platform for all the new and modern motorcycles to make their grand entry into the world of motorcycling.

For the year 2016 too, the INTERMOT was one big and successful event, with all the major manufacturers coming up with substantial refreshes as well as all new models for the upcoming times. In this story, we have listed down all big launches that happened at the INTERMOT 2016. Here they are.

October 11, 2016 03:15
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OVERVIEW 2017 Suzuki GSX-R 125 ABS

2017 Suzuki GSX-R 125 ABS

A completely new powerful and well equipped motorcycle

Suzuki has surprised all of us by unveiling a brand new entry level GSX-R 125 at the ongoing 2016 INTERMOT in Germany. Now while we all were expecting the slightly more powerful GSX-R250 which was caught couple of times being tested on the road Suzuki came up with this new surprise.

The GSX-R125 will be launched in some of the developed markets of the World including Europe. Although the Indian launch is not confirmed yet but if Suzuki decides to launch this in Indian market then we are sure there will be plenty of young owners who definitely would like to get their hands on one.

Click past jump to know more about this new motorcycle which is actually powered by a 124.4cc liquid-cooled DOHC four-valve single cylinder engine.

October 5, 2016 10:00
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All New Suzuki GSX-R250 Caught Undisguised Before Its Official Unveiling

All New Suzuki GSX-R250 Caught Undisguised Before Its Official Unveiling

The Motorcycle will be finally unveiled at the 2016 EICMA in Milan

The soon to be unveiled GSX-R250 was finally caught without disguise even before its official unveiling recently. The fully faired motorcycle was spied at the Haojue Suzuki Motorcycle Company Ltd.’s plant in Changzhou, China.

From what it looks like the motorcycle has been heavily inspired from the bigger GSX-R motorcycles. The fully faired quarter litre sportsbike will be unveiled officially at the 2016 EICMA motorcycle show.

As you can clearly see in this image the upcoming motorcycle has been finished in the shades of Red and Black. The motorcycle gets a tall windscreen towards the front; the front headlamp fairing also houses the rear view mirrors as well. The motorcycle further also gets clip on handlebars, a fully digital instrument cluster. The GSX-R250 also gets a chiseled fuel tank as well. The full fairing goes well with the overall motorcycle’s styling, while the split sports seats and fatter rear tyres are some of the other highlights of the motorcycles.

The motorcycle sports a single disc brake towards the front and also rear disc brakes. The suspension duties are carried on by the help of a telescopic setup towards the front and monoshock setup towards the rear.

The motorcycle will be powered by parallel-twin liquid-cooled 248 cc petrol engine which used to power the now discontinued Inazuma. The motorcycle will be paired to a 6 speed gearbox. Expect the engine to be tweaked for more power and torque output.

As of now there is no confirmation whether Suzuki has any plans of launching this motorcycle in the Indian market or not. Hopefully this will make its way into the Indian market as well.

October 3, 2016 06:05
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Suzuki GSX150R (Gixxer SF Facelift) Caught Testing On Indonesian Road: Video

Suzuki GSX150R (Gixxer SF Facelift) Caught Testing On Indonesian Road: Video

The Indian spec motorcycle could draw some inspiration from the Indonesian spec motorcycle

The new faired variant of the Suzuki GSX-R 150 was caught testing recently in Indonesia. The best thing is that this motorcycle seems to draw its inspiration from the faired variant of the Suzuki Gixxer SF. The Gixxer SF which is the fared variant of the Gixxer 150 has been here on sale in the Indian market since 2015 and has helped Suzuki to once again come in the spotlight.

The motorcycle which was spotted n the Indonesian road is the GSX-R 150 which will go on sale in their market soon. But if that is the case then there is a fair chance of Suzuki India updating the Indian Gixxer SF as well.

The motorcycle which you see covered in camouflage gets a restyled headlamp cluster which seems to also get LED strips as well. The fuel tank too looks to be revised. The headlamp cluster on this motorcycle looks much sleeker compared to the Indian spec Gixxer SF. Just like the front profile the rear profile too looks a lot different as well. The exhaust system of this prototype model is also different than our Indian spec Gixxer SF.

We are not sure about the powertrain yet but this variant seems to be more powerful than that of the Gixxer SF. The Indian spec Gixxer SF is powered by 154.9 cc air-cooled engine generating max power of 14.8 PS of peak power at 8,000 rpm and 14 Nm of peak torque at 6,000 rpm. The engine is paired to a 5 speed manual transmission. However there are reports that this Indonesian GSX-R 150 could produce more power and torque than the Indian spec Gixxer SF.

September 23, 2016 09:10
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Suzuki To Unveil GSX-R 250 (Gixxer 250) Next Month

Suzuki To Unveil GSX-R 250 (Gixxer 250) Next Month

The mini GSX will also be launched in India as well

The spyshots and rendered image of the upcoming GSX-R250 is going rounds on the internet for quite some time now and people are also actually quite excited about this new entry level performance motorcycle from Suzuki. The entry level GSX-R or the Gixxer 250 will either be showcased at EICMA or Intermot this year only.

There is a fair chance of this motorcycle being launched in the Indian market after it is launched in some international market including Australia and Europe. The GIxxer 250 when launched will compete with the Honda CBR 250RR launched recently in the Indonesian market, Kawasaki 300 and also the Yamaha YZF R3.

As far as the motorcycle is concerned although Suzuki has not released any official image of the Gixxer 250 yet but the spy image clearly reveals that the sportsbike will take its styling inspiration from the bigger Suzuki Sportsbikes. As far as the powertrain is concerned the Gixxer 250 will be powered by the same liquid cooled, twin cylinder 248 cc unit which will most probably be borrowed from the Inazuma 250. This engine used to produce about 24 Hp and 22 Nm of torque and was paired to a 6 speed gearbox. However we think Suzuki will definitely retune to the engine to extract more power and torque output. As far as some other goodies is concerned it will be fitted with an ABS as well for the safety of the rider.

September 20, 2016 07:00
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Is This The Upcoming Suzuki GSX 250R Caught Testing (Spyshots!)

Is This The Upcoming Suzuki GSX 250R Caught Testing (Spyshots!)

The new motorcycle will most probably be showcased at the EICMA 2016

Recently a new Suzuki motorcycle was caught photographed testing on the streets of UK courtesy Morebikes. Although none of us are sure but the test mule which was caught testing looks like the upcoming Suzuki GSX 250R or the mini GSX. Although Suzuki has kept tight lipped about this new motorcycle but some reports depicts that the Japanese two wheeler manufacturer might showcase their new motorcycle at the EICMA 2016 and hence all the preparation.

These big bike manufacturers are now focusing on smaller displacement motorcycle mainly targeted towards the developing countries of the world. We have already seen BMW introduced the G310R while Honda too took the covers of the new CBR 250RR. Perhaps its Suzuki’s turn next.

The reports also states that overall body work and chassis design will almost remain same in the production motorcycle as well what we are actually seeing here in this test mule.

As far as the reports suggest the upcoming motorcycle will be powered by the same 248 cc, liquid cooled engine twin cylinder engine which used to power the now discontinued Inazuma in the Indian market. Although the Inazuma was powered by a twin cylinder unit but it produced a mere 24 Hp of peak power 8,500 rpm and 22 Nm of torque at 6,500 rpm. The engine was paired to a 6 speed gearbox. Hopefully Suzuki will retune the engine to extract more power and torque output to match its competition.

The Suzuki GSX 250R when launched will rival the likes of the newly introduced Honda CBR250RR and the Yamaha R25.

Hopefully this motorcycle will make it to the Indian market in the near future.

September 9, 2016 09:30
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2016 Suzuki GSX S1000FA Yoshimura Special Edition

2016 Suzuki GSX S1000FA Yoshimura Special Edition

A limited edition model with plenty of upgrades

Suzuki has had quite a successful streak in the upper segments of the motorcycles, by maintaining the hegemony with its expansive lineup of superbikes. Selling a variety of superbikes including supersports, sport tourers, adventure tourers and cruisers, last year only, Suzuki ventured into the segment of liter class naked streetfighters by launching the GSX S1000.

Alongside the GSX S1000, Suzuki pulled off another surprise by launching its fully faired version, the GSX S1000F. Sharing its mechanicals under the skin with its naked counterpart, the GSX S1000F boasts of a very distinctive styling which differentiates it from the normal crowd of fully faired sport tourers. With the GSX S1000F, Suzuki has tried to give an everyday superbike to the liter class segment, which doesn’t falls short on practicality.

But it appears that the Suzuki hasn’t stopped there. The parent company has recently launched an all new limited edition model of the same – the all new Suzuki GSX S1000FA Yoshimura Special Edition. This new version of the GSX S1000F fits in the middle ground between the more mature semi-faired Bandit 1250SA and the more focused supersport GSX R1000 as a more practical sport tourer. Based on the standard GSX S1000F, the GSX S1000FA Yoshimura Special Edition boasts of some cosmetic changes and few additional equipment. Here’s a comprehensive overview of the all new Suzuki GSX S1000FA Yoshimura Special Edition.

August 12, 2016 02:35
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2017 Suzuki GSX-R250

2017 Suzuki GSX-R250

Patented images leaked what do we know so far

What is looks like the entry level premium performance motorcycle segment is heating up and we will be witnessing plenty of new entrants in this segment in the coming years. Quite frankly we were bit disappointed when we heard that Honda won’t be launching their newest offering the CBR 250 RR in the Indian market which was recently unveiled in Indonesia and will also go on sale there by the end of this year. Although One Japanese two wheeler manufacturer has disappointed us but there is another Japanese two wheeler manufacturer who has recently also picked up some pace in the Indian market might bring their newest 250 cc offering in the Indian market in the near future.

Recently we have found some leaked patented images of the upcoming Suzuki GSX-R250 courtesy Australian Motorcycle News. This motorcycle has been in the news for quite some time now and if you look at the images it looks like a more muscular big brother of the Gixxer SF which is already available in the Indian market at this moment.

We were able to collect some information about this new motorcycle and tried to bring it to you.

Click past jump to read more about the 2018 Suzuki GSX-R250

August 5, 2016 11:00
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2016 Suzuki GSX S1000FA Tour Edition

2016 Suzuki GSX S1000FA Tour Edition

The touring streetfighter

Suzuki has had quite a successful streak in the upper segments of the motorcycles, by maintaining the hegemony with its expansive lineup of superbikes. Selling a variety of superbikes including supersports, sport tourers, adventure tourers and cruisers, last year only, Suzuki ventured into the segment of liter class naked streetfighters by launching the GSX S1000.

Alongside the GSX S1000, Suzuki pulled off another surprise by launching its fully faired version, the GSX S1000F. Sharing its mechanicals under the skin with its naked counterpart, the GSX S1000F boasts of a very distinctive styling which differentiates it from the normal crowd of fully faired sport tourers. With the GSX S1000F, Suzuki has tried to give an everyday superbike to the liter class segment, which doesn’t falls short on practicality.

But it appears that the Suzuki hasn’t stopped there. With the completion of one year of the Suzuki GSX S1000F in the motorcycling scene, the parent company has recently launched an all new limited edition model of the same – the all new Suzuki GSX S1000FA Tour Edition. This new version of the GSX S1000F fits in the middle ground between the more mature semi-faired Bandit 1250SA and the more focused supersport GSX R1000 as a more practical sport tourer. Here’s a comprehensive overview of the all new Suzuki GSX S1000FA Tour Edition.

August 4, 2016 04:10
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2016 Suzuki GSX S1000 Carbon Edition

2016 Suzuki GSX S1000 Carbon Edition

This limited edition GSX definitely has something for everybody

When it comes to big bikes, Suzuki is one of those motorcycle manufacturers which have a very expansive and versatile lineup of superbikes all over the world. Though, one particular segment in which the Suzuki simply didn’t have its presence for long was that of the naked streetfighters. The segment of the brutal and macho looking streetfighters had the presence of every other manufacturer, including its arch rivals from Japan – Yamaha, Honda and Kawasaki.

This glitch ended up when Suzuki did finally lift off the covers from its much awaited liter class streetfighter, GSX S1000, back in 2015. Given its aggressive pricing which undercuts all of its rivals, as well as the presence of typical Japanese refinement and top notch build quality and reliability, the GSX S1000 soon went on to become one of the most popular motorcycles in the liter class category.

Now, to commemorate the first anniversary of the GSX S1000, Suzuki has recently unveiled an all new limited edition version of the motorcycle, the GSX S1000 Carbon Edition. This new limited edition model of the motorcycle promises to have a long range of visual updates over the standard model, which makes it looks and feel a bit more special. So, what all changes does the new GSX S1000 Carbon Edition packs in over the standard model, let’s find out:-

August 3, 2016 03:00
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Comparison of Japanese liter class supersports – Yamaha YZF R1 vs Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R vs Honda CBR 1000 RR vs Suzuki GSX-R 1000

Comparison of Japanese liter class supersports – Yamaha YZF R1 vs Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R vs Honda CBR 1000 RR vs Suzuki GSX-R 1000

The ultimate battle of liter class sportsbikes

There is no surprise that how much contribution the country of Japan has given to the world of motorcycles. Since the inception of motorcycles on this planet, this land of the rising sun has set new benchmarks with every new motorcycle born on its soil. Each of the reminiscent manufacturers have given us some incredibly brilliant motorcycles in the past, which not only have set new benchmarks in the world of two wheeler motoring, but also have made way for new technologies and have risen the expectations of a motorcyclist from his machine.

But there’s a catch – most of these legendary motorcycles from Japan are primarily supersports or faired tourers. While the concept of cruisers was, and still is, more popular in American markets, the segment of naked roadsters have been primarily successful in European countries in the past, with the manufacturers from these continents dominating these respective segments. Though in recent times, the European manufacturers like Ducati, Aprilia and BMW have upped the game by launching their state-of-the-art supersports like Panigale, RSV4 and S 1000 RR, there is no denying the fact that it will be the Japanese scalpels which will be mentioned first when it comes to discussing supersports.

In the Indian market too, the segment of liter class motorcycles have been on a boom in recent years, thanks to more and more manufacturers jumping into this bandwagon and offering most of their world class motorcycles in the Indian market as well. It all started with Yamaha offering its the-then flagship supersport, the YZF-R1, back in 2008, which then paved the way for the rest of the Japanese players as well. Later on, Honda launched its most powerful motorcycle, the CBR 1000 RR, which was followed by the GSX-R 1000 from Suzuki. Last but not the least, the Kawasaki too joined this brigade by bringing in the mighty Ninja ZX-10R. In recent times, all of these motorcycles have received cosmetic as well as mechanical facelifts, which are substantial enough to up the ante, with each of the motorcycle offering something special.

This will be a tough fight to witness, as all of these motorcycles have their respective trademark characteristics which are second to none. But we have the job to nitpick the best out of these four top-of-the-line liter class Japanese supersports, and so, here is our comprehensive comparison:-

July 18, 2016 04:30
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2015 Suzuki GSX S1000F

2015 Suzuki GSX S1000F

Suzuki has had quite a successful streak in the upper segments of the motorcycles, by maintaining the hegemony with its expansive lineup of superbikes. Selling a variety of superbikes including supersports, sport tourers, adventure tourers and cruisers, Suzuki has recently ventured into the segment of liter class naked streetfighters by launching the GSX S1000.

Alongside the GSX S1000F, Suzuki pulled off another surprise by launching its fully faired version, the GSX S1000F. Sharing its mechanicals under the skin with its naked counterpart, the GSX S1000F boasts of a very distinctive styling which differentiates it from the normal crowd of fully faired sport tourers.

The new GSX S1000F fits in the middle ground between the more mature semi-faired Bandit 1250 SA and the more focused supersport GSX R1000. Offering the best of both the worlds, the GSX S1000F is the latest entrant in the segment of contemporary next generation sport tourers. Here’s a comprehensive overview of Suzuki’s newest addition in its superbike lineup.

May 26, 2015 03:36
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2015 Suzuki GSX S1000

2015 Suzuki GSX S1000

Indeed, Suzuki is one of those motorcycle manufacturers which have a very expansive and versatile lineup of superbikes in the Indian two wheeler market. Though, one particular segment in which the Suzuki simply didn’t have its presence was that of the naked streetfighters. The segment of the brutal and macho looking streetfighters had the presence of every other manufacturer, including its arch rivals from Japan – Yamaha, Honda and Kawasaki.

This glitch may not exist anymore, as Suzuki did finally lift off the covers from its much awaited liter class streetfighter, GSX S1000. And given the importance of the Indian market in its cards, Suzuki immediately brought this brawny motorcycle to the Indian shores.

With the arrival of the GSX S1000, the superbike lineup of Suzuki in the Indian market seems to be almost complete. But being a new-comer, is it worthy enough to stir the well-heeled competition from its Japanese rivals as well as more premium positioned European counterparts? Here’s an expansive review of the all new Suzuki GSX S1000.

May 22, 2015 03:54
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2015 Suzuki GSX-R1000

2015 Suzuki GSX-R1000

There is no doubt regarding the fact that Suzuki has one of the most expansive and versatile lineup of superbikes in the Indian market. Having an advantage of being one of the first movers in the upper end of the Indian motorcycling scenario, Suzuki has created an excellent reputation of having some of the most practical superbikes on offer here.

There are a couple of bikes from Suzuki in the liter class superbike segment, one of which is the GSX-R1000. The GSX-R1000 is regarded as one of the most usable supersport bikes on sale in the Indian two wheeler market, which is tamable effectively by both the amateur as well as seasonal bikers.

Suzuki has regularly managed to update the GSX-R1000 every year with a series of minimal cosmetic and mechanical upgrades. This 1000cc supersport machine has recently received a minor upgrade for the current calendar year, the highlights of which are the new paint schemes on offer. Here’s a quick look on the new Suzuki GSX-R1000.

May 13, 2015 03:56
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