RiDE (UK) - - Suzuki Gsx-s750 -

THE GSX-S750 STANDS alone in the 750 class, with its ma­jor ri­vals – such as Yamaha’s MT-09, Tri­umph’s Street Triple and Du­cati’s Mon­ster all boast­ing more cubes if not any more power. With its claimed 113bhp, it will eas­ily give you enough real-world per­for­mance to keep you happy, re­gard­less of whether that’s com­mut­ing to work, head­ing out on Sun­day B-road blasts, a spot of tour­ing or even a track­day or two. The Suzuki’s old-school in­line-four mo­tor is ex­tremely easy to ac­cess and, while it doesn’t pack any sur­prises, won’t make you feel like you’re miss­ing out on the en­gine’s true per­for­mance should you not wish to thrash it. It’s stable, easy to get on with and gives plenty of rea­son for long, lin­ger­ing over-the-shoul­der looks at it af­ter you’ve parked it up (es­pe­cially in the at­trac­tive blue). The GSX-S750 is an ex­tremely de­cent naked do-it-all road­ster that will give you mile upon mile of pleas­ing per­for­mance and own­er­ship sat­is­fac­tion, wrapped in­side a tried-and-trusted 750cc plat­form.


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“It is an ex­tremely de­cent naked doit-all road­ster”

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