Suzuki has officially announced that its 50th anniversary 2014 GSX-R1000 SE will be available on the US market. The special edition GSX-R1000 is produced in a limited number of only 100 units and 50% of them will be sold in the US dealerships.
The motorcycle comes with a comprehensive list of special features which give it a pretty unique character. Among them you’ll find a polished chrome-plated frame, anodized blue accents and two-tone chrome rims with blue spokes. You also get a blue anodized outer fork tubes and a blue colored fuel cap.
More blue can be found on the clutch cover, rear shock spring, the generator cover and engine sprocket cover. Moreover, the drive chain, the headlight inner and seat are also blue coated.
To give the motorcycle an even more exclusivist character, Suzuki equipped it with a special speedometer panel design, a serial number plate and a special key fob.
For the moment Suzuki didn’t revealed the motorcycle’s price.
Handsome, agile and fast the Suzuki GSX1250FA is a modern sport-tourer developed for those who love long travels and high speeds.
This Japanese beauty features a sporty design language with an aerodynamic faring, a compact windscreen and a sculpted fuel tank. As far as ergonomics are concerned, the Suzuki GSX1250FA features a spacious, adjustable seat that can accommodate two people and a modern handlebar paired with a racy instrument panel.
Power comes from a fuel injected 1255cc, 4-stroke, 4-cylinder, liquid-cooled, DOHC engine that rewards you with a strong, low down torque. The engine’s power is kept under control by a modern 6-speed constant mesh transmission.
The motorcycle weights 257 kg and rides on a set of lightweight wheels wrapped in 120/70 ZR17M/C (58W) front and 180/55 ZR17M/C (73W) rear tubeless tyres.
The Suzuki GSX1250FA can be yours for not less than £7,865.
Hit the jump for more information on the Suzuki GSX1250FA.
Suzuki’s 2010 sportbike lineup gets a new member – the GSX1250FA. The new addition will sell in Europe and compared to the Bandit 1250, it only has an extra full fairing to brag about. Everything else, the engine and tranny as well as the chassis are all shared with the Bandit 1250S, while the fairing didn’t required much work or imagination either as it was simply inspired from now this bike’s smaller brother, the GSX650F .
The fact is that Suzuki plans to sell the all-new GSX1250FA as a cheap (price is yet to be announced though) and versatile sport-touring motorcycle. For that reason, they offer genuine accessories such as windshield, top case and side cases among others.
Colors available for the 2010 model year are Candy Indy Blue, Metallic Oort Gray and Pearl Nebular Black. We hope this bike makes it to the United States in a couple of years from now because we truly like it. Read the provisory specs and features after the break.