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Andy Downes  says:

Suzuki sketch confirms new GSX-R600 and 750 styling

Leaked drawings of the new look 2011 Suzuki GSX-R600 and GSX-R750 were revealed in MCN at the start of August and these official Suzuki illustrations prove they were genuine – they’re all but identical.  Factory insiders say the bikes have a minor engine tweak, some styling changes and a new frame. The new 600, which will be launched alongside an...

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Jan 06

Posts: 2

pr5x says:


I was expecting more.. side exhaust, stacked lights.. I'm beginning to wish I hadn't sold my K5, I could have been a fashion leader!

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Jun 10

Posts: 49

Is this actually different from the current styling? Can't say I'd notice!

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Sep 10

Posts: 103

street3r says:

More angles instead of curves. Seems their struggling for new ideas. But I guess that's the current look.

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Jun 09

Posts: 210

darren636 says:


bland. dull. nothing interesting let alone essential. this bike (and every gsxr since the wt) is bland and utterly devoid .  DEVOID.

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Aug 02

Posts: 359

wings1372 says:


Come on Suzuki is that the best you can do, hardly looks any different to the current bikes. Seems they have ran out of ideas or sacked all the guys in the styling office due to the credit crunch.

This comment is coming from a GSXR fan and owner. The guy that says they ran out of ideas at the 750WT is of course wrong. I accept that that bike was a major styling adventure but come on, the 600 & 750K1 to K3 was boring, the 600& 750K4/5 was very nice and I loved my 1000K3 styling, certainly different.

I now have a 1000L0 and although it's not moved on much IMO it's the nicest looking of the current 1000's, the blade is pug nosed ugly, the zx10 looks like an insect from the front, R1 rear end is now the worst and they also ruined the front end, s1000rr looks like a dogs dinner of non painted panels and bozz eyed mong. With thewhale cock cans removed and a yoshi in place the L0 looks the best, it's even got a proper full fairing unlike the RSV4 which seems to have had the rear half of it stolen.

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Feb 09

Posts: 50

AlexL says:


you guys at MCN really don't know how to be humble about being right. Sometimes its like listening to a teenager that has something to prove.

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Oct 09

Posts: 196

TinkerNZ says:

I can hardly wait...

new frame, awesome......

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Mar 08

Posts: 23

fastguy1976 says:

Hey wings. Form follows function. I agree with you that this is not a step forward. but not in terms of stying.  Function!  Who cares about headloights and tail sections. And not  enough bodywork for your liking.. These are race bikest first. Squids..

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Aug 02

Posts: 183

AndyDownes says:


To a certain extent you are right about MCN not being 'humble when we get things right'. We work extremely hard to get new bike, sport, road tests and video done first, with more insight and accuracy than most.

When we get it right; as we did with the Suzukis almost two months before everyone else ran the same spoonfed press released images; we feel we have done our readers and online users a good deal. We hope to carry that on.

We don't want to brag about being right too much but in a world where the whole of the internet thinks that having a blog, broadband connection and an opinion makes them an expert, it's good to remind people that MCN is almost always better informed, quicker, more accurate and better sourced. There is a reason this website is the world's biggest motorcycling website and it's because of the focus we put on news which we have found ourselves rather than endlessly linking back to other sites.

As we enter the key new bike season over the next couple of months we hope MCN can keep doing that.



Andy Downes

MCN Senior Reporter

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Jan 08

Posts: 274

aphmitchell says:


Put a lid on it... "We don't want to brag" yet you have just given us this drivel! Save your marketing speak for your marketing colleagues...
What was that?? You don't want to brag yet..... "The world's biggest motorcycling website" Don't make me laugh your arrogance is very sickening!
You are not the only website that talks about bikes. In your world you may think you are!

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