Possibly looking to sell my bike due to lack of use, please note I am not desperate to sell and will only sell for the right offer. I have added an R&G tail tidy and a rear seat cowling, apart from that the bike is completely standard. This is an awesome bike, the 750cc gives it the punch of a 1000cc and the handling of a 600cc. The bike is beautiful in the white pearlescent and is pretty rare in this colour. Like I say, I am not desperate to sell and will happily keep it, I just don’t use it enough. I will not allow any test rides unless a fully comprehensive insurance policy is in place and the full asking price in my hand. The bike has full main dealer service. The mileage may go up slightly if I can find the time to use it. Any questions please feel free to get in touch.Compare insurance quotes
- This bike passed a theft check on Wednesday, 13 November 2019. The reg number submitted by the seller for this check ended in ...RXZ, and the bike details returned by the check were: SUZUKI, GSXR 750 L7, first registered: Thursday, 15 June 2017, engine size: 750 cc. Click here for full details on how to validate this check when viewing the bike.
MCN overall review verdict: After years of gentle evolution Suzuki has gone to town on its 2011 GSX-R750. Weighing in at 190kg, fully-fuelled and ready to go, it’s a massive 8kg lighter than the old model, giving the 148bhp GSX-R750 a mouth-watering power-to-weight ratio. More Suzuki GSX-R models The 750’s rolling chassis and bodywork is completely new, but it doesn’t get the GSX-R600’s radical engine overhaul and the resulting 1kg extra weight reduction. Aside from minor revisions to make it breath more easily, the 750’s motor is essentially the same as before, but it now promises to spin up faster and make more low and midrange power. Suzuki claims it’s 10% more fuel efficient too. It still has the perfect mix of power and handling, but thanks to the lighter weight, acceleration is now more towards a superbike than a 600. It doesn’t have the new close-ratio gearbox fitted in the 600, so feels longer-legged in the higher gears on track, but will it will make for a less frantic machine on the road. It’s fun, fast and handles beautifully, but crucially it’s very easy to ride fast, unlike a bigger sportsbike. Pound-for-pound we reckon it’s one of the best sportsbikes you can buy.
|Insurance group||16 of 17|
|Annual road tax||£91|
|Annual service cost||£280|
|Max power||148 bhp|
|Max torque||64 ft-lb|
|Top speed||175 mph|
|Average fuel consumption||39 mpg|
|Tank range||147 miles|
|Engine type||16v, inline-four-cylinder|
|Frame type||Aluminium twin spar|
|Fuel capacity||17 litres|
Figures shown are for the standard model and so may differ from bike being sold
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