Suzuki Launches Special Edition GSR750Z In UK - Overdrive
n18

Suzuki launches special edition GSR750Z in UK

18 Jun 2014 / 0

Suzuki has launched a special edition of GSR750 in the United Kingdom. The new model gets a ‘Z’ suffix. It comes with a blue and white paint scheme which is inspired by the Suzuki race team. The valuable additions include a Yoshimura R11 silencer and a belly pan (now standard).

Suzuki-GSR-750Z-1

The valuable additions include a Yoshimura R11 silencer and a belly pan (now standard)

The bike has gold forks, red adjusters and rear springs, blue drive chain and matt handlebars. The Suzuki GSR750Z is available for a £400 (Rs 40,000) premium over the standard bike. The prices of the special edition GSR750Z are £7399 for the non-ABS version and £7799 for the ABS one.

Suzuki-GSR-750Z-2

The bike has gold forks, red adjusters and rear springs, blue drive chain and matt handlebars

The GSR750 is the naked version of the GSX-R750. It has a 4-cylinder liquid cooled engine that produces 105PS at 10,000rpm and a maximum torque of 80Nm at 9000rpm. This power reaches the wheel via a 6-speed gearbox. The bike gets inverted telescopic suspension in the front and coil spring in the rear.

 

SUZUKI ANNOUNCE SPECIAL EDITION GSR750Z press release

Suzuki has announced details of a new special edition GSR750, with the factory-built ‘Z’ model available in dealerships now.
Derived from the iconic GSX-R750 machine, the special edition GSR750 naked comes in a unique blue and white paint scheme, reminiscent of Suzuki’s traditional racing colours, and boasts a Yoshimura R11 silencer.
Other special touches include a belly pan as standard, gold anodised fork outers and red adjusters, blue drive-chain, matt finished handlebars, and red rear suspension spring.
The special edition GSR750Z is available with an RRP of £7,399, with an ABS option available for £7,799, each just £400 more than the standard versions. It is also included in Suzuki’s current £750 Deposit Paid offer, with low monthly payment deals available.


To stay at the cutting edge of automotive news in India, follow Overdrive on Twitter (@odmag) or on Facebook (facebook.com/odmag). Or download our app from the iOS or Android app stores today.


Find your next car
OR
opinion
Shubhabrata Marmar
quote
23 Jun 2017
Income lax department
Should someone earning a living from a vehicle get priority at...
Bob Rupani
quote
15 Jun 2017
The lal batti and VIP culture
The government has banned the ‘lal batti’ or red beacon...