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Suzuki GSR750 2014 Review

If you are someone inclined to naked biking experience Suzuki has something really special for you. We are talking about the all new Suzuki GSR750 2014 which will take your riding experience to greater height though its looks and power. Adorned with marvelous handling and throb this new release will undoubtedly take your riding experience to new height. Let us have a look at the Suzuki GSR750 2014 review to learn more.



  • Length: 83.3 in
  • Width: 30.9 in
  • Height: 41.7 in
  • Wheelbase: 57.1 in
  • Seat Height: 32.1 in


  • Engine: 749 cc 4-stroke in-line four liquid cooled
  • Transmission: Six-speed
  • Power: 105 hp
  • Torque: 80 nm


An impeccable amalgamation of modernism and futuristic touch, Suzuki GSR750 2014 comes well equipped with technology and style. This new model comes with adjustable brightness for its instrument cluster and not only this, the analogue tachometer is very easy to read. Not only has this being large in size, the digital LCD speedometer clearly displayed fuel consumption meter, gear position indicator, fuel gauge, odometer and clock. You’ll thank its cam profiles, intake and exhaust tracts which accompanied by compression ratio produce wide low-end torque and acceleration leaving behind unbiased throttle response. When we talk about a racing machine, forks play an invincible role. Equipped with stanchion tubes and adjustable spring preload the KYB front forks give you remarkable riding experience while the handlebars, footrest and seat together provide you a sporty riding position to deliver comfortable and controllable rides. In all we would say that while creating the Suzuki GSR750 2014 engineers at Suzuki didn’t leave any stone unturned to present you amazing riding experience.


This elegant monster, gets its power through a 749 cc 4-stroke liquid cooled engine generating total output of 105 hp and peak torque of 80 nm mating to six-speed constant mesh transmission. Tank comes with storage capacity of 4.62 gallons (17.50 liters) while the Suzuki GSR750 2014 consumes 60.47 mpg (25.7km/l).

Suzuki GSR750 2014


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