Suzuki India has launched the 2019 GSX-S750 with some new updates and two new colours. There are not many changes apart from the colour, but the bike is already powerful and features loaded.

2019 Suzuki GSX-S750 Launched With Two New Color At Rs 7.46L

Priced at Rs 7.46 lakh(ex-showroom, Delhi), which is over Rs 1,500 more than the current variant. Metallic Matte Black and Pearl Glacier White are the two new colour schemes being offered. Before the update, the GSX-S750 was offered in Candy daring red and Metallic Triton blue, both of which were paired with Glass sparkle black. Both new colours feature blue highlights over the tank shrouds, Pearl Glacier White also features blue colour rims.

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2019 Suzuki GSX-S750 Launched With Two New Color At Rs 7.46L

Mr Devashish Handa, Vice-President, Suzuki Motorcycle India Pvt. Ltd commented on the update, “We are delighted to bring the 2019 edition of GSX-750 in two new colour schemes along with the exciting graphics to build up the style quotient and make it more appealing. We are confident that the exclusivity and the new style will enhance the charisma of the apex predator rider. Since its launch last year, Suzuki GSX-S750 has received an overwhelming response and we wish to continue the momentum with the latest offering.”

The GSX-S750 offers fully digital LCD instrument console, 3-level traction control and low RPM assist. The suspension is sourced from KYB, at the front, there is 41mm USD fork with adjustable preload and compression, while the rear monoshock is adjustable for preload only. Braking duties are handled by twin 310 disc on the front and single 240mm at the rear, coupled with ABS, all of which comes from Nissin. Alloys are lightweight 10-spoke cast aluminium wheels.

2019 Suzuki GSX-S750 Launched With Two New Color At Rs 7.46L

Coming to the heart of this beast, powering the GSX-S750 is 749cc, inline-four cylinder, four strokes, DOHC powertrain which churns out 113bhp of peak power at 10,500 rpm and 81Nm of torque at 9,000 rpm. The engine is mated to a 6-speed transmission. The bikes competed with Kawasaki Z900, Triumph Street Triple S and the Yamaha MT-09.

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