With its aggressive styling and performance inspired by the GSX-R750 engine, the Suzuki 2022 GSX-S750Z ABS Sports Bike is a naked sport bike that turns heads everywhere you go. The 2022 GSX-S750Z ABS has a striking Metallic Triton Blue and Glass Sparkle Black paint job, complementing a black engine and select chassis elements. The GSX-S750Z ABS has a very athletic look thanks to its bodywork, wheels, neon yellow logos, and embellishments. Due to its powerful performance and comfortable riding posture, the GSX-S750Z ABS stands out from other middleweight sport bikes, even though many are far more costly to acquire and maintain.
The 2022 Suzuki GSX-S750Z ABS is based on the company’s 35 years of Suzuki GSX-R750 production and racing experience in MotoGP. The GSX-S750Z ABS is set to stand out as the performance leader in its class because of its robust, torque-rich engine and various rider-assist technology, including anti-lock brakes. Because it looks great and outperforms its competitors, the GSX-S750Z ABS is the best sport bike available today to meet the needs of picky riders. It’s as stylish and comfy as any other Suzuki while offering a thrilling and affordable ride in the grand Suzuki heritage.
Suzuki 2022 GSX-S750Z ABS Sports Bike – Features and Specs
With its GSX-R-inspired appearance and 749 cc four-cylinder fuel-injected engine, this sports bike packs a serious punch. Suzuki’s ACT may have its sensitivity adjusted by the rider so that it works optimally with different types of pavement.
The stylish chassis combines the advantages of a twin-spar sportbike frame and the new tubular girder street bike frame, featuring KYB suspension added for precise handling. With its twin wave-style brake rotors, front Nissin Monobloc four-piston brake calipers, and compact, smoothly operating Anti-lock Stopping System (ABS), the GSX-S750Z ABS delivers strong and dependable braking performance. The streetfighter’s bodywork has eye-catching blue and black with yellow designs, which work together to encourage a comfortable but vigorous riding position.
The over-square Suzuki 2022 GSX-S750Z ABS Sports Bike architecture of its 749cc, four-cylinder, fuel-injected engine generates power with a robust top end and a solid bottom end. In addition, the big-bore engine architecture allows for a shorter chassis, which greatly enhances handling. The GSX-S750Z ABS is also the only motorcycle to use a SuperSport-derived engine.
All of the cylinders of a Suzuki 2022 GSX-S750Z ABS Sports Bike have ventilation holes punched into the bottom of the crankcase for better cooling. With the holes, pumping loss is reduced, primarily to more power generation and improved fuel economy. The tuned camshaft of the GSX-S750Z ABS generates a dynamic wave of silky torque and robust acceleration.
Torque and throttle responsiveness is enhanced by the Suzuki Dual Throttle Valve (SDTV) system, allowing for peak performance to be maintained in the low to mid-rpm range.
Ten-hole, long-nose fuel injectors offer a finer atomized fuel stream, leading to more efficient combustion. Thin, robust, and lightweight, Suzuki’s Throttle-body Integrated Idle Speed Control (TI-ISC) system preserves a consistent idle speed for the engine and helps reduce pollution.
On the GSX-S750Z ABS, the TI-ISC regulates the Suzuki Low RPM Assist feature. A motorcycle’s engine rpm is adjusted automatically during takeoff and low-speed riding to improve power delivery and reduce the risk of stalling. An air box with a large capacity accommodates the more potent engine. The air vents were primarily developed to create an energizing auditory environment.
An all-new Engine Control Modules (ECMs) in modern bikes are responsible for engine management and include intake and exhaust system tuning. It results in outstanding fuel economy and linear throttle response. With the GSX-S750Z ABS and Suzuki’s Advanced Traction Manage System, the rider can confidently take charge of the throttle in various situations. The rider may feel comfortable participating in sport riding. The rider may use the joystick on the handlebar to toggle between the four different traction controls (1, 2, 3, and OFF) while the sports bike is idling or in motion. Each mode is different from the others because of its responsiveness to variation in the route.
Mode-1 is the least sensitive and should only be used by pros or when road conditions are ideal for grip. Setting the sensitivity to Mode-2 is a good idea for most riders and scenarios, including varying road surface grip. When driving states limit traction (wet or cold surfaces), select Mode 3 for maximum sensitivity; preferring OFF disables all traction control features.
Iridium-type spark plugs, used in digital ignition systems, increase spark strength and combustion efficiency, leading to a more powerful engine, smoother throttle response, easier start-up, and a more consistent idle. It’s worth noting that compared to ordinary spark plugs, these premium components last longer. The engine’s stainless steel 4-2-1 exhaust system offers a powerful low- to mid-range output and an exciting surge to redline. To help in emissions control without sacrificing performance, a larger catalyzer has been fitted in the mid-pipe. A shiny stainless steel shield contrasts with the black silencer.
With angled radiator shrouds, the high-capacity radiator is proficiently cooled. A compact, easily transportable liquid-cooled oil cooler eliminates the excess heat from the engine.
An all-new vertically staggered shafts of the six-speed, close-ratio, race-proven gearbox help maintain the engine’s compact. A lot of the motivation for it came from the GSX-R. The final gear ratio on the 2022 GSX-S750Z ABS is lower than on the GSX-S750 of the previous generation, allowing for quicker acceleration. Modern GSX-S750Z ABS models feature increased peak power without sacrificing top speed.
The rack-and-pinion clutch release on the GSX-R750 provides a great friction-point sensation to the rider and makes power transfer a breeze thanks to the clutch’s large diameter, wet multi-plate design. The innovative shift linkage lets the rider rapidly and easily choose the finest gear for the conditions. The robust drive chain’s O-rings keep the chain’s internal moving parts well-lubricated, allowing for smooth and noiseless power transmission.
Inspired by the GSX-design S1000’s language but with an aggressive edge all its own, the GSX-S750Z ABS’s aggressively styled bodywork gives the impression of raw power while also keeping the rider comfortable.
The headlight nacelle is the primary center of interest, while the under-cowl unifies the engine and new exhaust system with the design of the chassis.
The advantages of a twin-spar frame and those of a tiny tubular-style street motorcycle frame have been joined in the frame design for a dynamic ride. The comfortable sports riding posture needs careful consideration of the interplay between the footrests, handlebars, and seat. Matte-black, tapered metal handlebars including a large diameter, offer visual appeal and give the rider a lot of gripping power.
The low seat height of 820mm facilitates the upright, athletic riding posture and increases rider confidence when coming to a halt.
Radially mounted four-piston Nissin braking calipers at the front and a single-piston caliper at the back compress dual 310mm wave-style brake rotors to help achieve controlled stops.
The front and back brakes may be controlled by a miniature Anti-lock Brake System (ABS) controller, which modulates stopping power according to traction. The inverted KYB fork has gold-anodized outer tubes and a spring preload adjuster, and the axle holder offers a solid foundation for the Nissin radially-mounted brake calipers. An all-new trapezoidal, beam-style swing arm’s precision chain adjusters strengthen and improve the motorcycle’s aesthetics.
Fully adjustable spring preload is one of seven settings on the solo shock absorber that is part of a link-type rear suspension attached to a progressive linkage. Cast aluminum 10-spoke wheels from TPR are wrapped in high-performance radial tires from Bridgestone made exclusively for Suzuki’s GSX-S750 models. An attractive black paint job and aluminum foot and hand controls offer the motorbike a sporty look and feel, flawless for its easy maneuverability.
The engine of the Suzuki 2022 GSX-S750Z ABS Sports Bike is equipped with Suzuki’s Easy Start System, which allows it to be started with a little amount of pressure on the starter button (without pulling the clutch lever if the transmission is in neutral).
The headlight nacelle is exclusively styled, and within, you’ll find a bright 60/55 watt H4 halogen bulb. Behind the rear bumper is a built-in LED tail light with red and transparent glass.
The compact and lightweight LCD on the SV650-like instrument panel displays time, speed, distance traveled, coolant temperature, odometer, twin trip meters, gear selection, and warning indicators for the traction control and anti-lock brake system.
The display’s bright, and the adjustable backlight makes it easy to read in low light. The LED indicators to its left and right provide additional information about the vehicle’s turn signals, high beam, malfunction, traction control, and temperature and oil pressure. A three-phase charging system guarantees the trouble-free functioning of the maintenance-free battery, including an oil-cooled stator.
Genuine Suzuki Accessories, including a solo seat cowl, a sport screen, and various branded gear, are all fully compatible with the Suzuki 2022 GSX-S750Z ABS Sports Bike—no mileage restrictions throughout the 12-month warranty period. Suzuki Further Security gives added benefits throughout extended coverage periods (SEP).
Suzuki 2022 GSX-S750Z ABS Sports Bike – Price
The new Suzuki 2022 GSX-S750Z ABS Sports Bike is available for $8,949 only.
Suzuki 2022 GSX-S750Z ABS Sports Bike – Technical Specifications
|Engine||749cc, 4-stroke, liquid-cooled, 4-cylinder, DOHC|
|Bore x Stroke||72 mm x 46 mm (2.834-inch x 1.811-inch)|
|Fuel System||Fuel injection, including SDTV|
|Clutch||Wet, multi-plate type|
|Transmission||6-speed constant mesh|
|Final Drive||Chain, RK 525, 114 links|
|Suspension Front||Inverted telescopic, coil spring, oil damped|
|Suspension Rear||Link type, single shock, coil spring, oil damped|
|Brakes Front||Nissin, 4-piston, twin disc, ABS-equipped|
|Brakes Rear||Nissin, 1-piston, single disc, ABS-equipped|
|Tires Front||120/70ZR17M/C (58W), tubeless|
|Tires Rear||180/55ZR17M/C (73W), tubeless|
|Fuel Tank Capacity||16.0 L (4.22 US gal.)|
|Color||Metallic Triton Blue / Glass Sparkle Black|
|Ignition||Electronic ignition (transistorized)|
|Spark Plug||NGK CR9EIA-9 or DENSO IU27D (x 4)|
|Headlight||12V 60/55W (H4)|
|Overall Length||2125 mm (83.7 in.)|
|Overall Width||785 mm (30.9 in.)|
|Overall Height||1055 mm (41.5 in.)|
|Wheelbase||1455 mm (57.3 in.)|
|Ground Clearance||135 mm (5.3 in.)|
|Seat Height||820 mm (32.3 in.)|
|Curb Weight||213 kg (470 lb.)|
|Warranty||12-month unlimited mileage limited warranty|
|Extension||More extended coverage periods with other benefits are available through Suzuki Extended Protection (SEP)|