Suzuki GSX-S1000 ABS Review
Suzuki Motorcycles India private Limited has recently introduced the all new Super sport motorcycles over the Indian ground. Taking inspiration from the legendary and iconic Super sports motorcycle GSX-R1000, the firm has designed the all new Suzuki GSX-S1000 ABS. Even being a naked sports motorcycle, it carries a whole lot of aggression in its styling and design. The firm has designed the naked sports motorcycle by keeping the MotoGP racing machines in mind.
The Suzuki GSX-S1000 ABS is a naked beast, which carries more than just an attitude. It is built around a lightweight and compact chassis, which is further accompanied with KYB inverted adjustable front forks and a single Showa rear shock. The bold and beautiful design acquired by the naked beast comprises of bulky and fat tyres, stepped-and-split seat, bulky fuel tank and a little bit of bodywork over the front section to intensify the front look. The headlamp is undoubtedly works as a combative feature in the overall fabrication of the motorcycle. The sporty posture reminds you of the MotoGP racers.
On the technical front, the Suzuki GSX-S1000 ABS is powered by a 4-stroke, DOHC, in-line four-cylinder motor configuration. The 999cc displaced, liquid-cooled engine gets a fuel-injection system. The power and torque figures achieved by the 999cc displaced engine are 144 BHP and 105 Nm, respectively; while mated to a 6-speed Constant-Mesh transmission. The tubeless tyres are being offered, providing better riding quality and grip. For safety measure, the manufacturer has installed twin disc brake at the front and single disc brake at the rear, catered by Brembo. And, as the name shows, the ABS is offered as a standard.
Being a Super sports motorcycle, the Suzuki GSX-S1000 ABS is loaded with Three-mode Traction Control System, which allows you to ride the motorcycle in different road conditions. The instrument cluster offered on-board features a brightness-adjustable LCD and comprises of tachometer, dual-trip meters, gear position, driving range, fuel consumption, traction mode and a clock as well. The Suzuki GSX-S1000 ABS achieves a top speed of 321 KMPH.