The GSX-S750 joins the 2022 Suzuki line-up with no significant updates over its previous model year model. That said, this middle-weight street naked remains a favorite in its class thanks to that ultra-refined inline-four engine, arguably the smoothest we’ve experienced in the Japanese bike segment. The 749cc, liquid-cooled, inline-four engine is the same unit that powers the legendary GSX-R750 and produces 112.6hp and 59.7lb-ft of torque.
Featuring aggressive bodywork and a selection of top-quality components, the GSX-S750 is the ideal machine for taming the urban jungle or letting loose in the twisties. It comes equipped with a KYB USD fork and mono-shock, both offering preload adjustability. There’s some impressive hardware in the braking department as well, with four-piston Nissin calipers at the front and a single-piston caliper at the rear.
Rider aids include a four-stage traction control (one of which is TC turned completely off), an innovative low-rpm engine management system, and dual throttle valve control, among other features.
For those of you wondering, the GSX-S750 and GSX-S750Z are essentially the same motorcycles. The latter will cost you an additional $400 and offers the added safety net of ABS. Meanwhile, Suzuki sells the bike in Canada with the feature as standard.
For 2022, the GSX-S750 is available in a Metallic Matte Black No. 2 colorway, while the ABS-equipped GSX-S750Z can be had in a Metallic Triton Blue with Glass Sparkle Black color scheme.
The 2022 Suzuki GSX-S750 starts at $8,549 USD / $10,199 CAD.
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Longer coverage periods with other benefits available through Suzuki Extended Protection (SEP)
2022 Suzuki GSX-S750 / S750Z Features
The fuel-injected, 749cc, four-cylinder engine uses GSX-R architecture to deliver a torque-rich sportbike experience.
The Suzuki Advanced Traction Control* (SATC) lets the rider select sensitivity to match road conditions.
The unique chassis integrates the best qualities of a tubular girder streetbike frame and a twin-spar sportbike frame, and is fitted with KYB suspension to provide precise handling.
Radial-mounted Nissin four-piston brake calipers up front grasp twin, wave-style brake rotors to deliver strong and consistent braking performance.
A dark Metallic Matte Black color scheme covers the streetfighter bodywork that helps create an ergonomically comfortable, yet sporty riding position.
*The Traction Control System is not a substitute for the rider’s throttle control. It cannot prevent loss of traction due to excessive speed when the rider enters a turn and/or applies the brakes. Neither can it prevent the front wheel from losing grip.
Potent, 749cc, four-cylinder, fuel-injected engine uses over-square GSX-R750 architecture, so the power delivery is an excellent blend of strong low end and a muscular top end.
This big-bore engine architecture also permits a shorter chassis, which greatly enhances handling. This also makes the GSX-S750 the only motorcycle in its class with an engine with SuperSport lineage.
Ventilation holes are added to the bottom side of each cylinder in the GSX-S750 crankcase. The holes reduce pumping loss to help produce power and gain fuel economy.
Camshafts tuned specifically for the GSX-S750 deliver a dynamic wave of smooth torque and strong acceleration.
Throttle bodies with Suzuki Dual Throttle Valve (SDTV) system contribute to better throttle response and torque at the low- to mid-rpm range, while still producing peak performance.
Compact and lightweight, Suzuki’s patented Throttle-body Integrated Idle Speed Control (TI-ISC) system stabilizes the engine idle speed and helps lower emissions.
The GSX-S750’s TI-ISC controls the Suzuki’s Low RPM Assist feature that seamlessly adjusts engine speed during takeoff and low-speed riding to smooth the power delivery and to help reduce the possibility of the rider stalling the motorcycle.
A large capacity airbox is used to match the higher engine output. The air inlets have been designed to provide an exciting auditory experience.
The Engine Control Module (ECM) provides state-of-the-art engine management and has carefully developed settings to suit the intake and exhaust systems, resulting in linear throttle response and class-leading fuel economy.
Suzuki’s Advanced Traction Control System* lets the GSX-S750 rider control the throttle with more confidence in various riding conditions. As a result, the rider can enjoy sport riding with less anxiety. There are four traction control modes (1, 2, 3, and OFF) that the rider can easily adjust at rest or on the fly via a handlebar-mounted control. The difference between the modes are their sensitivity to road conditions.
– Mode 1 is the lowest sensitivity level – most suitable for skilled riders or in conditions that have good road surface grip (sport riding on good, smooth roads).
– Mode 2 is a moderate sensitivity level – suitable for most riders or in conditions that have varied road surface grip (city riding, regular road conditions)
– Mode 3 is the highest sensitivity level – suitable for road conditions where the grip may be limited (wet or cold surfaces).
– OFF disengages all traction control features.
The digital ignition fires iridium-type spark plugs that increase spark strength and combustion efficiency, contributing to higher power, more linear throttle response, easier engine start-up, and a more stable idle. These quality components also last longer than conventional spark plugs.
The stainless steel, 4-2-1 exhaust system helps the engine deliver a strong low- to mid-range punch with an exciting rush to redline. A larger catalyzer is in the mid-pipe to assist in emissions control without sacrificing performance.
Angular radiator shrouds efficiently guide cooling air to the high-capacity radiator. Additional heat is removed from the engine via the use of a lightweight and compact liquid-cooled oil cooler (like those used on GSX-R600 and 750 models).
*The Traction Control System is not a substitute for the rider’s throttle control. It cannot prevent loss of traction due to excessive speed when the rider enters a turn and/or applies the brakes. Neither can it prevent the front wheel from losing grip
The race-proven, GSX-R-style six-speed, close-ratio transmission features vertically staggered shafts to reduce overall engine length.
The final gear ratio is shorter than the prior generation GSX-S750 to help the 2022 model have quicker acceleration. The current generation GSX-S750 has higher peak power to retain the same top speed potential.
Large diameter, wet multi-plate clutch is derived from a GSX-R750 design to easily transmit power while the rack-and-pinion clutch release provides the rider with superb friction-point feel.
The ingenious shift linkage helps the rider easily and quickly select the best gear for the riding conditions.
The strong drive chain uses O-rings to preserve internal lubrication so power is transmitted smoothly and quietly.
With styling influenced by the GSX-S1000, but with its own aggressive turn, the GSX-S750 bodywork looks wild and forceful, yet keeps the rider comfortable at all times.
The headlight nacelle provides a visual focal point while the under-cowl connects the chassis styling to the engine and exhaust system.
Frame design combines the advantages of a compact tubular-style street bike frame and a twin-spar sportbike frame to deliver a dynamic ride. A reasonable sport riding position is created by a carefully crafted relationship between the handlebars, footrests, and seat.
Large-diameter, matte black, tapered aluminum handlebars damp vibration while adding style and good control leverage for the rider.
The low seat height of 820mm (32.2 inches) contributes to the sporty, yet upright riding position and aids rider confidence at stops.
Radial-mounted, four-piston Nissin brake calipers squeeze twin, 310mm, wave-style brake rotors up front with a single-piston rear caliper out back that helps deliver controlled stops.
Inverted KYB fork with black outer tubes features spring preload adjustment while the axle holder provides a solid foundation for the Nissin radial-mounted brake calipers.
The trapezoidal, beam-type swingarm tapers down to precise chain adjusters that add strength and style.
Link-type rear suspension, with a single shock absorber working through a progressive linkage, has seven-way adjustable spring preload.
Developed directly for the GSX-S750 models, the 10-spoke cast aluminum wheels from TPR hold Bridgestone Battlax Hypersport S21 radial tires that deliver increased grip and stability.
The black finish, aluminum hand and foot controls provide excellent action and contribute to the motorcycle’s sporty style.
This GSX-S750 has the Suzuki’s Easy Start System that requires just a simple touch of the starter button to fire up the engine (without pulling the clutch lever if the transmission is in neutral).
Distinctively shaped headlight nacelle contains a bright 60/55-watt H4 halogen bulb. The tail section houses an integrated LED taillight with a dual-pane, red/clear lens.
Similar to a SV650, the lightweight and compact instrument panel uses an LCD display that includes speedometer, tachometer, odometer, dual trip meters, gear position, coolant temperatures, driving range, average fuel consumption, instantaneous fuel consumption, traction control alert icon, and a clock.
The display has an adjustable-intensity, white color backlight for great nighttime visibility and is flanked by LED indicators for the turn signals, high beam, malfunction, and traction control, plus coolant temperature and oil pressure alerts.
A three-phase charging system, with an oil-cooled stator, keeps the maintenance-free battery up to charge for trouble-free operation.
A variety of Genuine Suzuki Accessories are available for the GSX-S750, such as a solo seat cowl and sport screen, plus a large selection of logo apparel.
12-month unlimited mileage limited warranty. Longer coverage periods with other benefits available through Suzuki Extended Protection (SEP).*
*Subject to separate coverage for certain parts and the exclusions and limitations described in the New On-Road Motorcycle Limited Warranty.
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