Suzuki GSX-R750 Specs, Features, & Price In India
Suzuki GSX-R750 is a middleweight supersport motorcycle from the Japanese brand. Find out the Price, Specs, Features, Top speed & Expected Launch Date In India.
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Key Features Of Suzuki GSX-R750
- Powerful Four-Cylinder Engine
- Suzuki Drive Mode Selector
- Twin-Spar Aluminium Frame
- Showa Big Piston Front Forks
- Suzuki Dual Throttle Valve Fuel Injection
- Brembo Monobloc Calipers
Pros & Cons Of Suzuki GSX-R 750
- Four-Cylinder Engine
- Brembo Monobloc Calipers
- Show Big Piston Forks
- Riding Modes
- Good Braking Performance
- Reliable Engine & Build Quality
- Sold in Selected Countries Only
- Lacks Electronics & Riding Aids
- Outdated Design
- No Traction Control ABS
Specifications Of Suzuki GSX-R750
here are the detailed specifications of GSX-R750. Read More: Yamaha XSR 900 Price, Specs, Features
|Type||Middleweight Supersport Bike|
Expected Price In India: 10.2 Lakhs INR
|Colors||Two: Glass Sparkle Black/Pearl Glacier White or |
Metallic Matte Black No.2/Glass Sparkle Black
|Engine||750cc Four-cylinder, Liquid-cooled, Fuel injected, |
4-stroke, DOHC Engine
|Bore x Stroke||70.0 mm x 48.7 mm (2.756 in. x 1.917 in.)|
|No of Cylinder||Four|
|Clutch||Wet, multi-plate type|
|Transmission||6-Speed Constant Mesh|
|Starter||Electric Starter Only|
|Maximum Power||147.8 Hp at 13,200 RPM|
|Peak Torque||86.3 Nm at 11,200 RPM|
|Top Speed||260 KMPH* Approx|
|Mileage||14 KMPL Approx*|
Chassis & Suspension
|Chassis||Aluminum Twin Spar frame|
|Front Suspension||Inverted Telescopic, Coil Spring Front Forks|
|Rear Suspension||Link-type, Single shock, Coil Spring Oil Dampened|
Brakes And Tires
|Front Brakes||310 mmTwin Disc Brembo Monobloc|
4-Piston Calipers Front Brakes
|Rear Brakes||Single Nissin 1 Piston Caliper |
|Tires Type||Tubeless Tires|
|Wheel Size||Front: 17 Inches alloy wheels|
Rear: 17 Inches alloy wheels
|Front Tires||120/70ZR17M/C (58W), tubeless|
|Rear Tires||180/55ZR17M/C (73W), tubeless|
|Kerb Weight||190 Kilo-Grams|
|Fuel Tank Capacity||17 Liters|
|Seat Height||810 mm|
|Ground Clearance||130 mm|
|Overall Length||2030 mm|
|Overall Width||710 mm|
|Overall Height||1135 mm|
|Ignition||Electronic ignition (transistorized)|
|Headlights||12V 65W (H9 high-beam) and 12V 55W |
Suzuki GSX-R750 Competitors
The competitors of GSX-R 750 are
- Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R
- Yamaha R6
- Triumph Daytona
- Honda CBR 600RR
Well, there are no direct competitors of this bike as it has almost 100cc bigger engines that the other middleweight supersport motorcycles in the market.
The Bigger Engine gives an advantage of more power and torque than the other middleweight supersport motorcycle. However, when it comes to a fresh design and electronic and riding aids, GSX-R 750 fails to keep up with the Ninja ZX-6R and Yamaha R6.
The new supersport motorcycle in this segment Like the new ZX-6R offers a lot more and exciting goodies onboard to awe the buyers.
Launch & Expected Price OF Suzuki GSX-R 750 In India.
If Suzuki plans to launch the GSX-R 750 in India, then the expected price could be in the range of 10.2-11.5 Lakhs INR.
There are no launch plans of Suzuki GSX-R 750 in India currently. Also, there is no speculation or hint of this middleweight supersport making its way to the Indian shores.
Overview Of Suzuki GSX-R 750
In terms of design, the Suzuki GSXR 750 carries the same design as the other bikes in the GSX-R family. The design of the bike is not sharp and edgy but it looks mature and sporty enough.
Engine & Performance
The Suzuki GSX-R 750 is powered by a 750cc inline-four-cylinder, fuel-injected, liquid-cooled, 4-stroke engine. It uses a Suzuki dual throttle valve fuel injection system, which helps in better final combustion.
The engine is mated to a six-speed gearbox. The six-speed transmission has a taller 1st gear and shorter gear ratios for the second, third, fourth, fifth & sixth. The gear ratio pattern allows the rider to get a good initial start and drive out of corners conveniently on the race track.
It is also equipped with a back torque-limiting slipper clutch system that reduces the wheel hop under harsh deceleration. The only electronics on the GSXR 750 is the drive mode selector, which allows the rider to adjust the engine power delivery according to the riding conditions.
The motor is capable of churning out 148 Bhp of maximum Power at 13,200 RPM and 86.3 Nm of peaks torque at 11,200 RPM. The GSX-R 750 is capable of hitting a top speed of more than 250 KMPH.
Chassis, Brakes & Suspensions
It uses an aluminum twin-spar frame, that is both lightweight and strong. The frame is attached to a cast aluminum swingarm and multi-piece rear sub-frame
The Braking duties on the GSX-R 750 is taken care of by a 310 twin disc Brembo Monobloc four pistons calipers at the front and a single disc 1 piston Nissin calipers at the rear end.
The Suspension Duties on the Suzuki GSX-R 750 is taken care of by an upside-down telescopic Showa big piston front forks and Single Show rear shock. The suspension allows an adjustable rebound and compression damping.
It is also equipped with an electronic steering damper. The steering damper provides lighter steering at slower speeds and more damping force at higher speed or on the race track.
Dimension & Electrical Features
The curb weight of the Suzuki GSX-R 750 is 190 KG and the fuel tank capacity is 17 liters. The seat height of the bike is 810 mm and it has a ground clearance of 130mm
The GSXR uses a halogen headlamp setup and an LED tail light. The front turn indicators are mounted at the rearview mirrors.
Suzuki GSX-R features a digital instrument cluster that shows many important metrics. the tachometer is of analog type. The LCD instrument cluster shows speed, dual trip meters, Odometer, reserve meters, clock, coolant temperature, S-DMS and gear position indicator.
Final Verdict On Suzuki GSX-R 750
Suzuki GSX-R 750 is a great supersport machine to feed your daily track needs. It has a powerful inline four-cylinder engine and has a responsive and lightweight chassis in its class.
The bike has some high-quality hardware equipment like brakes and suspension, but when it comes to electronics and riding aids, The Suzuki GSX-R750 only gets a two-race map riding modes.
The lack of traction control and other riding aids like cornering ABS makes it hard to ride for inexperienced riders.
However, if you are an experienced rider and don’t care about the electronics intervention then this beast will not disappoint you.
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