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Suzuki GSR750

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Set to cause a stir on the block, the 2015 Suzuki GSR750 has arrived in Australia, featuring a striking new Metallic Black colour scheme to ensure it stands out from the pack.

An aggressive sub-litre street fighter, the Suzuki GSR750 is a thrilling fusion of technology, fuel-injected performance and chiselled styling.

With the spirit of the Suzuki GSX-R750 but with naked aggressive looks, the GSR750 is ideal for the streets or weekend blasts, combining a powerful in-line four cylinder engine and quality components, with strong angular lines across the whole machine.

Equipped with a 749cc, four-cylinder, fuel-injected DOHC engine developing 78kW of power, the GSR750 has a broad power-band with loads of low-end torque and dynamic mid-range power.

Providing impressive stopping power, the GSR750 is fitted with 310mm dual front disc brakes and a 240mm rear disc brake.

A sculpted vented front fender and headlight shell and chiselled aggressive front bodywork complete its head-turning looks.

The GSR750 instrument cluster has been designed with functionality in mind. In addition to an analogue tachometer, the LCD display features a digital speedometer, gear-position indicator, temperature gauge, fuel gauge, clock and selectable odometer/dual-tripmeter.

Gold coloured anodized upper tubes on the inverted KYB front forks and exposed 4 into 1 exhaust system highlight the GSR750's styling

Available now for a Recommended Price of $10,790*, the Suzuki GSR750 comes in a Metallic Matt Black colour scheme and is backed by Suzuki's two-year, unlimited kilometre warranty.

For further information on the 2015 Suzuki GSR750, interested customers should visit their local Suzuki dealer, who can be found through the Dealer Locator on www.suzukimotorcycles.coom.au

* Recommended Price excludes dealer delivery and government charges.

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