2013 Suzuki GSX-R1000
Hayabusa in Glass Sparkle Black / Metallic Oort Gray ($14,399)
Hayabusa in Pearl Glacier White / Metallic Oort Gray ($14,399)
Hayabusa Limited Edition ($14,599)
GSX-R750 in Metallic Thunder Gray / Glass Sparkle Black ($12,199)
GSX-R750 in Metallic Triton Blue / Pearl Glacier White ($12,199)
GSX-R600 in Metallic Triton Blue / Pearl Glacier White ($11,599)
GSX-R600 in Pearl Mira Red /Pearl Glacier White ($11,599)
GSX-R1000 in Metallic Mat Black No.2 / Glass Sparkle Black ($13,799)
GSX-R1000 in Metallic Triton Blue / Glass Splash White ($13,799)
American Suzuki has released its lineup of 2013 sportbikes, which includes an updated Hayabusa, a special-edition GSX-R1000 commemorating more than 1 million GSX-R models sold, and an all-new 250cc standard, the GW250.
The GSX-R 1 million Commemorative Edition has special graphics, a serial plate on the top triple clamp, red anodized fork caps, a red shock spring, black brake calipers with red highlights, and special pinstripes on the wheels. Additionally, a special key fob and single seat cowl are standard equipment. The special-edition model retails for $13,999, and production is limited to 1985 units worldwide (corresponding to the first year of production for the GSX-R750). The standard version of the GSX-R1000 is available in two color schemes, with a retail price of $13,799.
The GW250 is powered by a 250cc liquid-cooled long-stroke twin-cylinder engine; a balancer shaft reduces vibrations from the 180-degree crankshaft. A semi-double-cradle chassis is utilized, with a 37mm KYB front fork and a single KYB rear shock. List price for the GW250 has not been released.
The Hayabusa has been updated with Brembo monobloc front calipers with revised piston diameters, and ABS is standard. The new system has its unit located under the fuel tank, and is claimed to be a lightweight, compact design.