Suzuki has announced pricing and availability of its GSX-S750, with the new naked available from £99 per month when it arrives in dealerships in March, with an RRP of £7,599.
Launched last week in Spain, the GSX-R750-powered supersport roadster is the newest addition to Suzuki’s GSX-S range, and boasts the same three-mode traction control system as the GSX-S1000.
With a deposit or trade-in worth £1,735.33, the new GSX-S750 can be ridden away for £99 per month over 37 months, with a final repayment or guaranteed future value of £3,729.00.
Suzuki has also confirmed pricing of the GSX-S750Z Phantom, with the stealthy special edition coming with an RRP of £7,799. The Phantom, which gets a black paint scheme with subtle red detailing, black KYB forks, black levers, exhaust, footpegs and footrest hangers, is also available on Suzuki’s Flexible Finance scheme, and can also be had for £99 per month with a deposit of £1,879.32. It is also due in dealerships in the second half of March.
As well as the GSX-S750, Suzuki is currently offering low-rate finance across its model lineup, including the range-topping GSX-S1000, as well as the SV650, Hayabusa, and GSX-R600 and 750 supersport machines.
Replacing the GSR750 in Suzuki’s range, the GSX-S750 gets a brand new swingarm and wheels, with aggressive styling that takes design cues from the GSX-S1000. New radial calipers provide increased stopping power, while a larger rear sprocket and increased low-down torque and midrange increase acceleration performance. Peak power is increased by eight horsepower to 114hp.
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