Full Service History, Delivery Available, Lowering Kit Available, ABS, Traction Control, Datatag Master System. Very low mileage x-demo with Suzuki warranty until 16/03/2023, Suzuki Recovery until 16/03/2021 and Guaranteed price servicing from day of delivery. All paperwork including owners manual, service book, both original keys and Datatag master system documents (datatag will be transferred to new owner free of charge). Inherited directly from a GSX-R supersport machine, the powerful 749cc four-cylinder fuel-injected engine is specially tuned and refined to maximise its potential on the streets and on winding roads. Cutting-edge technologies from the legendary GSX-R series control engine management.

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SUZUKI GSX-S750 (2017-on)
MCN Rating 3 out of 5 View full MCN ratings
Owners' Rating 5 out of 5 View full owners' ratings

MCN overall review verdict: The launch of the Suzuki GSX-S750 was something of a washout. If it wasn’t raining it was threatening to rain, spitting or just plain damp. All of which seldom helps show a bike in its best light – especially one that Suzuki claims is an ‘apex predator’.  Related: Suzuki launch A2-friendly GSX-S750 Related: Suzuki GSX-S750 - the story Related: Best naked bikes So what do I make of the GSX-S750? That’s a hard question to answer. There is absolutely nothing wrong whatsoever with the GSX-S750. Replacing the GSR750 in the firm’s model range its revised engine is more spirited than the lackluster version in the GSR. The new inverted forks, radial brakes, 12-spoke wheels and swingarm give the GSR’s chassis and extra injection of handling performance and the ABS and three-stage traction control all work very well indeed. In fact, the whole bike works very well and aside from a tiniest bit abrupt throttle when going from closed to open, there isn’t much to complain about. The GSX sounds, handles, stops and goes much better than the GSR750 it replaces. So why am I failing to feel too excited about it? Here is the GSX-S750’s problem. It’s a very good bike, and at £7599 is also great value. But it isn’t an outstanding bike and that’s its issue. In a field as competitive as the premium middleweights (which for 2017 includes the revised Yamaha MT-09 and the new Kawasaki Z900 and Triumph Street Triple) you need to be outstanding and as good as the GSX-S750 is to ride, it doesn’t do anything to make itself stand out. If you like the look and want an inline four Suzuki, it’s arguably a more refined bike than the GSX-S1000, certainly better than the GSR750 and is a really good and very competent road bike. But would I pick it over the competition? Probably not as while it is hard to fault, it’s equally as hard to really fall in love with and for me a bike needs a spark of excitement to make me want to part with my cash. Having ridden the new MT-09, and being a fan of the old smaller capacity 675 Street Triple, I suspect in the group comparative test these new models of competitor’s bikes will demonstrate this spark of excitement the GSX-S750 lacks. A2 licence-friendly Suzuki GSX-S750  In 2018 the firm revaled a 47bhp A2 licence-friendly version of the GSX-S750, making it a great long-term companion for younger riders who can't take their A licence yet. Read more here. 

Running costs
Insurance group -
Annual road tax £93
Annual service cost £120
Max power 112.4 bhp
Max torque 59.7 ft-lb
Top speed 120 mph
1/4-mile acceleration -
Average fuel consumption 50 mpg
Tank range 150 miles
Quick specs
Engine size 749cc
Frame type D-section and round tubular steel
Engine type Four-stroke, liquid-cooled, inline four.
Fuel capacity 16 litres
Seat height 820mm
Bike weight 213kg

Figures shown are for the standard model and so may differ from bike being sold

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* With Personal Contract Purchase (PCP) you have the option at the end of the agreement to:
1) return the motorcycle and not pay the Optional Final Repayment. If the motorcycle has exceeded the maximum agreed mileage a charge for excess mileage will apply – in this example 6p per mile + VAT for any excess mileage up to 4,999 miles and 12p per mile + VAT for any excess mileage exceeding 4,999 miles If the motorcycle is in good condition (fair wear and tear accepted) and has not exceeded the maximum agreed mileage you will have nothing further to pay;
2) pay the Optional Final Repayment to own the motorcycle or
3) part exchange the motorcycle subject to settlement of your existing credit agreement; new credit agreements are subject to status.