THE RIDE VERDICT
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”