Two wheeler maker Suzuki Motorcycle India Private Limited
(SMIPL), has introduced two new
motorcycles in the country – The GSX-S1000, a naked roadster and the
GSX-S1000F, its fully faired version.
According to a company press release, the Suzuki GSX-S1000
and GSX-S1000F are both available in two colours – Candy Daring Red / Glass
Sparkle Black – AV4 and Metallic Triton Blue – YSF and are priced at
Rs.1,225,000 and 1,270,000 (Ex-showroom, New Delhi), respectively.
These GSX-S siblings are just perfect for those who want a
street bike with the soul of a GSX-R because both the GSX-S1000 and GSX-S1000F
have inherited the proven engine of the GSX-R1000. Moreover, these bikes comes
with advanced & lightweight chassis, switchable 3-mode traction control
system, 43mm inverted KYB forks, radial mount monobloc Brembo brakes and an
easy to read instrument cluster displaying an array of comprehensive
“The GSX-S1000 is a
naked roadster with an aggressive look, while the GSX-S1000F is its fully
faired sibling. Their supersport genes deliver smooth, controlled handling and
dynamic acceleration. We are launching these models globally and in India at
the same time so that Indian motorcycle enthusiasts can lay their hands on the
latest, top of the line Suzuki products. These motorcycles cater to the rider
who wants a performance street motorcycle. These sport roadsters have expanded
our already diverse big motorcycle line-up” said Atul Gupta, Executive Vice
President, Suzuki Motorcycle India Private Ltd.
Source: Suzuki Motorcycle
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