• Suzuki Will Pay You To Bring Your GSX-R In For A Recall

Is $100 Worth Your Time? Heck Yeah!

Suzuki is handing out $100 Prepaid Visa Cards to eligible owners of 2004-2013 GSX-R600/750 and 2005-2013 GSX-R1000 to bring in the bikes to have recall work performed in the front brakes.

Continue reading for more on the recall incentive program.

Suzuki GSX-R Safety First

Suzuki Will Pay You To Bring Your GSX-R In For A Recall
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Suzuki offsets the inconvenience of taking your bike to the dealer with the Visa incentive program.

Yeah, another recall, right? But this one is different. The recall doesn’t look new. It looks amazingly like NHTSA Campaign #13V449000 from October 2013 in which older brake fluid and corrosion of the master cylinder piston generates gas inside the cylinder. As any mechanic can tell you, any kind of gas in the brake fluid significantly reduces braking power and so becomes a serious safety issue.

Safety is our number one priority and we want to ensure every affected GSX-R is repaired. We created this trial incentive program to bring additional attention to the brake master cylinder recall service on these GSX-R models.” said Steve Muthig, SMAI Vice President of Service. “We recognize that taking your motorcycle to the dealer for any recall service can be inconvenient and with the $100 prepaid Visa card we hope to offset that inconvenience to our valued customers.”

Suzuki Limited-Time Recall Incentive

Suzuki Will Pay You To Bring Your GSX-R In For A Recall
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First-come-first-served until November 30.

The incentive program runs between September 1, 2018, and November 30, 2018, and the Visa cards are given out on a first-come-first-serve basis. Check on suzukicycles.com or contact your local Suzuki dealer to determine your eligibility.

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Further Reading

Suzuki GSX-R600

2015 - 2019 Suzuki GSX-R600
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See our review of the Suzuki GSX-R600.

Suzuki GSX-R750

2015 - 2020 Suzuki GSX-R750
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See our review of the Suzuki GSX-R750.

Suzuki GSX-R1000

2018 Suzuki GSX-R1000
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See our review of the Suzuki GSX-R1000.

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Read more Suzuki news.

Allyn Hinton
Allyn Hinton
Writer and Associate Motorcycle Editor - allyn@topspeed.com
If it had moving parts, it had Allyn's interest from a very early age. At age 11 when bicycles were too simple to hold her interest any longer, her father found her taking apart the lawn mower. When he asked why she was doing it, she replied, “I need to see how it works.” That curiosity and mechanical drive served her well over the next 40 years as she pursued careers in both the automotive and motorcycle industries. Having shared her love of motorcycles with her now husband, biker TJ Hinton, Allyn brings that love and knowledge to TopSpeed as writer and associate motorcycle editor.  Read full bio
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