Suzuki has discontinued the GSX-R1000 (standard variant). However, the company has confirmed that it'll still be available on order basis. Meanwhile, the higher-spec GSX-R1000R is now priced at Rs 19.80 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi), after receiving a price cut of Rs 2.20 lakh.
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The GSX-R1000 is now on offer in an all-new, even more lethal avatar, laced with an ultra-modern electronics suite. We got our first taste of the bike at the Kari Motor Speedway.
What is it? The2017 Suzuki GSX-R1000is amongst the most popular names in the world of superbikes. It isSuzuki'sflagship litre-class machine and is widely regarded as one of the best sportsbikes money can buy. In production since 2001, the 'Gixxer' as it is known popularly the world over, got its last comprehensive update a decade ago, back in 2007. The superbike world has sure moved ahead since then, and the GSX-R1000 was getting overshadowed, especially in the electronics department. The Hamamatsu-based manufacturer has responded in style though, with an all-new GSX-R that broke cover internationally last year. The new Gixxer is completely new, be it in terms of the design, electronics or mechanicals.And unlike its rivals, for instance the Ducati 1299 Panigale and the Yamaha YZF-R1 that are more focused towards track riding, the Suzuki was considered equally good on road and track both. What's more, its easy to ride nature which meant even amateur riders felt confident riding the GSX-R. As I packed in my race suit before heading to Coimbatore to ride the new Suzuki GSX-R1000, I wondered, will the new bike retain the above qualities or are we in for a...read more »
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