Suzuki has announced pricing and availability of its GSX-S750, with the new naked available from £99 per month when it arrives in dealerships in March, with an RRP of £7,599.
Launched last week in Spain, the GSX-R750-powered supersport roadster is the newest addition to Suzuki’s GSX-S range, and boasts the same three-mode traction control system as the GSX-S1000.
With a deposit or trade-in worth £1,735.33, the new GSX-S750 can be ridden away for £99 per month over 37 months, with a final repayment or guaranteed future value of £3,729.00.
Suzuki has also confirmed pricing of the GSX-S750Z Phantom, with the stealthy special edition coming with an RRP of £7,799. The Phantom, which gets a black paint scheme with subtle red detailing, black KYB forks, black levers, exhaust, footpegs and footrest hangers, is available on Suzuki’s Flexible Finance scheme, and can also be had for £99 per month with a deposit of £1,879.32. It is due in dealerships in the second half of March.
As well as the GSX-S750, Suzuki is currently offering low-rate finance across its model lineup, including the range-topping GSX-S1000, as well as the SV650, Hayabusa, and GSX-R600 and 750 supersport machines.
Replacing the GSR750 in Suzuki’s range, the GSX-S750 gets a brand new swingarm and wheels, with aggressive styling that takes design cues from the GSX-S1000. New radial calipers provide increased stopping power, while a larger rear sprocket and increased low-down torque and midrange increase acceleration performance. Peak power is increased by eight horsepower to 114hp.
For more information or a finance quote using Suzuki’s online calculator, click here.
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