This 143-hp 999cc six-speed, inline-four sport roadster has completely new body parts, electronics and twin spar frame, with a swingarm derived from the GSX-R1000 platform. A fully adjustable fork, switchable three-mode traction control, Renthal bars and ABS as standard are both features of this new model for Suzuki.
Suzuki has evolved the 249cc liquid-cooled RM-Z250 for 2016 with suspension and frame upgrades and the addition of Suzuki Holeshot Assist Control, which offers three modes to choose from. There are more than 80 redesigned internal engine parts for the motocrosser including new camshafts and intake valves.
2017 Suzuki GSX-R1000
The 999cc GSX-R1000 takes on an all-new aluminum frame for 2017 as well as revised bodywork. The new version of Suzuki’s Superbike now carries electronic rider aid features such as a ride-by-wire throttle, 10-level Traction Control System, variable power modes, electronically controlled ABS and quick shift and launch control systems.
Revised for 2016, the SV650 has more than 140 new engine and chassis parts and components and a curb mass reduced by eight kilograms. New features include Low RPM Assist and Suzuki Easy Start as well as a narrower profile and lower seat height (785mm). Suzuki says the SV650 also offers best-in-class fuel economy of 3.84L/100 km.
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