The new Suzuki GSX-S1000 saw the light of day

Suzuki’s line of new motorcycles has been given a new flax, and that is the updated GSX-S1000, which brings a handful of improvements and some unique style choices.

For starters, the 2022 Suzuki GSX-S1000 is based on the same engine and axle as the GSX-R1000 superbike, with it being adapted to Euro5 homologation.

150 hp and 106 Nm of maximum torque are available.

Although it brings a few significant improvements over the previous version, the new body will catch your eye first. Now the Suzuki GSX-S1000 looks very aggressive, with a phenomenon that is more suited to a street fighter.

And while it doesn’t boast the electronics you’d expect in this segment, Suzuki has come up with some improvements. By this we mean various engine performance settings, traction control and ABS.

There is also a submersible quail paired with a quicifter. However, there is no inertial unit of measurement (IMU).

The weight with a full 19-liter tank is 212 kg, which makes the new GSX-S1000 a net weight.

The stop is taken care of by the double 310mm spikes on the front stream, which come with Brembo jaws. The KYB suspension is fully adjustable both front and rear.

The price is not yet known, although it is expected to be competitive in order to better position the model on the market.


Source: Moto Berza by www.moto-berza.com.

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