2014 Suzuki GSR 750 SE Breaks Cover

Suzuki pulls the wraps off their new Special Edition version of the 214 GSR750 machine. Just like Suzuki got us used to on many other similar occasions, the SE version of their machines are on par with the base models, but bring forth upgrades in the aesthetic segment.
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This in turn, allows the house of Hamamatsu to offer these limited-run machines for only a small premium over the stock bikes’ price, making them really affordable and helping the business run smoothly. So on the technical side, the 2014 Suzuki GSR 750 SE is powered by the same 4 in-line 749cc lump, delivering 106hp at 10,000 rpm and 82 Nm (59.7 lb-ft) of torque at 7500 rpm.

Being a Special Edition seems to have not affected the weight, as the 2014 Suzuki GSR 750 SE tips the scales at 213 kg (470 lbs). The combined city-highway mileage is said to be 4.6 l/100 km, or 51 mpg, which makes the GSR750 a nice commuter bike, as well. ABS is offered as an option.

The bike comes with a very elegant and traditional blue/white livery. Metallic blue is used in conjunction with the mate silver accents on the exhaust heat shield and handlebars, while the forks have been anodized in racing gold. Red accents have been used on the rear shock spring and the fork caps, while the matching blue chain looks really nice, now that it’s still unused. No price was mentioned, but as the stock GSR is around €8,400 ($11,500), the SE could be a couple of grands more or so.
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