By Joe Appleton
Sports Performance In A Street Package: The 2021 GSX-S750Z / ABS
The GSX-S750Z joins the 2021 Suzuki line-up with a few nice upgrades over the last model. It’s a powerful and muscular naked sportsbike that borrows a lot of its DNA from other Suzuki motorcycles, such as the GSX-R750. Featuring aggressive bodywork, a powerful engine, and a selection of top-quality parts and components, the GSX-S750Z is the ideal machine for taming the urban jungle or letting loose in the twisties.
It shares the same Japanese-made engine as the legendary GSX-R750—a 749 cc liquid-cooled inline-four engine—but with a different tune that results in an output of 114 horsepower and 59.74 lb-ft of torque. The new tune makes the engine more manageable and better suited towards everyday riding rather than outright performance, but don’t be fooled into thinking that the GSX-S750Z is a gentle soul. Because it isn’t. It offers serious power and performance in a compact, agile, but versatile, chassis.
Rider aids include a four-stage traction control, an innovative low-rpm management system, dual throttle valve control, and more. And of course, ABS is available for an added cost. Other top-level components include performance-focused Nissin brakes, advanced KYB suspension, LED lighting, and a cool LCD dashboard, and a stainless steel, 4-2-1 exhaust system.
For 2021, the GSX-S750Z is available in a new color option: Metallic Oort Gray No. 3 with Glass Sparkle Black. The ABS enabled version is also available in Pearl Brilliant White with a Champion Yellow No. 2 color scheme.
The 2021 Suzuki GSX-S750Z starts from $8,499 USD / $9,499 CAD.
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