In addition to pulling the wraps off its GSX-S1000 and GSX-S750 models this week, Suzuki also announced updated pricing and graphic options for the GSX-R models, plus a new GW250F, and reduced price tag for the SFV650.
2015 GSX-R1000, 750, and 600
Those hoping for an all-new GSX-R are going to have to wait, as the bike is the same mechanically. There is, however, a new Metallic Triton Blue paint option for the 1000, 750, and 600, which pays tribute to Suzuki’s return to MotoGP. Like the GSX-RR prototype bike which Aleix Espargaró and Maverick Viñales have officially been handed the keys to, the GSX-R1000, 750, and 600 are graced with deep blue paint, Suzuki lettering on the side fairings, and highlighter yellow accents on the wheels and fairings. Interestingly, the lettering on the 750/600 and 1000 is sized and placed a bit differently, with the 1000 essentially reading “UKI.” The bike is none worse for the wear, but we definitely think the 750/600 graphic is easier on the eyes.
Each of the GSX-Rs are available in one additional color option (the GSX-R1000 in Pearl Mira Red / Metallic Matte Black, GSX-R750 in Pearl Moon Stone Gray / Pearl Bracing White, and GSX-R600 in Pearl Bracing White / Metallic Matte Fibroin Gray) and are equipped with Suzuki’s S-DMS riding mode system, the only electronic adjustment option that’ll be made available through 2015.
Pricing is a bit more exciting, as the GSX-R600, at $11,199, will cost $500 less than it did last year and finally hold a reasonable price advantage over the 750. MSRP for the GSX-R750 is $12,299, while the GSX-R1000 will cost $13,899.
2015 GW250 and GW250F
Suzuki’s small-displacement GW250 remains heavily influenced by the no-longer-available B-King, but will now be available in either a naked or fully faired version, dubbed the GW250F. You can probably guess what the F stands for…
The GW250 will be available in Candy Cardinal Red, and the GW250F will be available in every color you want so long as it’s black.
To recap, the GW250 uses a 248cc liquid-cooled, twin-cylinder engine with six-speed transmission and fuel injection. The bike will sell for $4,099, whereas the fully faired GW250F will cost $4,499.
Suzuki also announced pricing information on the SFV650, which will cost $7,699, or $450 less than the 2014 model.
More photos of the 2015 Suzuki models below.