In 2022, Suzuki GSX-S750 will provide a large-bore inline four-cylinder engine at a price of less than $9,000

2021-12-16 08:14:18 By : Ms. Zoe Zhu

It's still not the smartest among mid-heavyweights, but the attractiveness of the Suzuki GSX-S750 in 2022 is still very attractive.

In the evolving motorcycle landscape, Suzuki is often labelled lame. This is not because they make boring machines or have poor reliability. It's just that Suzuki sees the world differently. Please allow us to elaborate. When Kawasaki gave us the world's first mass-produced supercharged motorcycle-H2 and Aprilia gave us the world's first road bike with winglets-RSV4 RF limited edition; Suzuki Stay and focus on improving its 10-year-old engine.

This makes Suzuki's middleweight inline-4 the most reliable product in the industry. Well, for the 2022 Suzuki GSX-S750, there are no surprising updates. Refining and fine-tuning are also on the agenda here. Suzuki has brought some technical updates and more charm to its renewed bare middleweight car.

Since GSX-S1000, the big brother of GSX-S1000, got a facelift, we hope to have a facelifted GSX-S750. But we must remain patient until next year. 2022 GSX-S750 continues to provide value-for-money packaging, but struggles to survive in products such as Yamaha MT-09 and Kawasaki Z900.

It's still not the smartest among mid-heavyweights, but the attractiveness of the Suzuki GSX-S750 in 2022 is still very attractive.

The update is subtle, but enough to blow a breeze. The 2022 Suzuki GSX-S750 is equipped with a larger air box, making it richer in low-end features. Combined with this are 4 new traction control settings to prevent this energetic muscular boy from being in the bay. In addition, 2022 GSX-S750 and GSX-S750Z are not updated.

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The 2022 GSX-S750 is still one of the cheapest in-line four-cylinder motorcycles. The 749cc liquid-cooled mill outputs 114 horsepower at 10,500 RPM and 61 lb-ft at 9,000 RPM. Performance is reserved for the higher RPM, but the larger air box manages to add a bit of drama in the lower RPM range.

Suzuki also has a low RPM assist function to help stall the engine and improve fuel efficiency in congested traffic conditions. But it still does not have a slip clutch, and downshifts need to be timely. This setting is the same as its full-fledged brother-GSX-R750.

The 2022 GSX-S750 includes a hybrid steel frame with double beams and tubular components. This is essential to its impressive handling characteristics. It continues to be equipped with KYB front forks and rear single shock absorbers. It has a trapezoidal rocker arm, which increases its flexible riding appeal.

In addition, it is also equipped with Nissin radially mounted calipers, with 310 mm petal-style double discs at the front and a single disc at the rear. The cast-aluminum wheels of Bridgestone’s Battlax Hypersport S21 tires that wrap the grip increase confidence in the curve. The seat position is very comfortable, and the traditional short handlebar makes maneuvering in traffic easy.

The seat height is 32.3 inches, which attracts a wider audience, and it is well cushioned. What is impressive is that the back seat has also received the attention it deserves. This layout provides a flexible feature for the 2022 Suzuki GSX-S750, which can be comfortable in the city, including winding roads, and quite fierce on the track! Adds a muscular appearance to its broad character.

The large tank guard also looks scary. There is no change in aesthetics, and the GSX-S750 only uses metallic matte black. The Z model adds the color of MOTO-GP and adopts a two-tone layout of metallic Triton blue/glass flash black.

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One of the main reasons this mid-weight machine feels dated is its lack of technical features. Although the competition has shifted to full TFT displays and Bluetooth connectivity; 2022 GSX-S750 still flaunts the past LCD digital cluster.

In addition, this will be the only mid-weight model that still offers no ABS as standard. The new traction control setting is its only technical highlight, and it can also be adjusted anytime, anywhere. Even the headlights are still equipped with halogen bulbs, and only the taillights have LED lighting. Although all of these seem boring compared to the competition; this rough setting gives the GSX-S750 an original riding appeal.

No matter how plain the GSX-S750 is on paper, it will still manage to put a smile on your face. Most importantly, this is the cheapest inline-4 symphony you can buy for less than $9,000. In addition, Suzuki’s impressive reliability quotient and 1-year unlimited warranty are the cherry on this simple cake.

It also comes with optional Suzuki Extended Protection (SEP) benefits. Fit and finish are another aspect that Suzuki emphasizes here. The manufacturer’s suggested retail price of the basic 2022 GSX-S750 is US$8,549, and the GSX-S750Z with ABS is priced at US$8,949. This is a mature machine with no competitors.


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Tijo is an engineer, mechanic, gamer, and avid content creator. He is a greasy monkey. When he is not busy expressing his passion for cars, he likes to fiddle with cars from time to time. He has always had a soft spot for JDM and is keen to study anything involving wheels and engines in depth.