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|11-25-2014, 06:02 AM||#1|
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Suzuki slashes 400 off GSXR1000
182hp for 10600
SUZUKI has slashed £400 off the list price of a GSX-R1000, making the 182hp superbike £10,599 plus on-the-road charges.
That's for the 2015 non-ABS edition of the GSX-R1000. The ABS version, which is new for 2015, will cost the same as the non-ABS model did this year, at £10,999 plus OTR charges.
The price of the new 200hp Yamaha R1 has not been confirmed but is expected to be nearly £5,000 more than the Gixer thou’, at £15,500. The higher-spec limited edition R1M is expected to cost around £20,000.
The 2015 GSX-R1000 still won’t be as cheap as it was earlier this year, when Suzuki knocked £1,000 of the list price to £9,999, but that was a temporary offer lasting two months only.
The GSX-R1000 also comes in new red and black or grey and black colour schemes, both on display until Sunday at the Motorcycle Live Show at Birmingham’s National Exhibition Centre.
A new MotoGP replica special edition costs from £10,899.
GSX-R1000 gets ABS as standard
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