Alongside the new models joining the Suzuki range for 2015, a number of new special editions will also be on display on the Japanese manufacturer’s stand at this year’s Motorcycle Live.
Each member of the GSX-R stable is available in 2015 in the same standout livery as the new GSX-RR MotoGP racer, and come complete with a stunning black Yoshimura exhaust with a carbon tip. Yoshimura Works anodised parts, including oil filler plug, bar end weights, top yoke nut, engine case savers, timing plug and rear paddock stand bobbins, and a Genuine double-bubble race screen complete the look.
The new GSX-R1000 MotoGP replica is available from £10,899, while the GSX-R750 and GSX-R600 MotoGP replica editions come with an RRP of £9,899 and £8,899 respectively.The standard GSX-R1000 is available from £10,599, the GSX-R750 from £9,599, and the GSX-R600 comes with an RRP of £8,599.
New for 2015 is the V-Strom 1000 Desert edition, which comes with a unique desert khaki paint scheme and colour coded seat top. It also comes fully-kitted with a Garmin 590 sat-nav, engine bars, LED fog lamps, centre stand, knuckle guards, lower cowling, panniers and heated grips. The V-Strom 1000 Desert will come with an RRP of £10,599
A special two-tone blue and silver paint scheme adorns the Hayabusa Z, which also features Yoshimura Hepta Force titanium silencers with a carbon tip. The GSR750Z also continues into 2015, with a traditional blue and white Suzuki paint scheme and belly pan and Yoshimura R11 end-can as standard. The Hayabusa Z comes with an RRP of £11,799 and the GSR750Z has an RRP of £7,799.
In the cruiser segment the imposing Intruder M1800RBZ is back for 2015, this time in two options. A striking white and black paint scheme is complimented by stylish blacked-out components, while a black and red livery is available too. The special M1800RBZ boasts an RRP of £11,499.
For 2015 the Inazuma 250Z is distinguished against the standard models with an eye-catching black and red or white and blue paint job and is available for £3,408.
All of the special edition models can be seen on the Suzuki stand, 2D30, in Hall 2, with the GSR750Z available to test ride in the Test Ride Zone.
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