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|01-27-2015, 05:09 AM||#1|
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First whispers new Suzuki GSXR1000 coming
Dealers rumoured to be preparing for launch
2015 Suzuki GSX-R1000
RUMOURS are emerging that Suzuki is set to introduce a new GSX-R1000 later this year.
Details are scarce - and unverified - but Visordown has been told that a major dealer is ‘changing the dynamic of his shop’ to make way for the new model.
According to the source, the new superbike would be a 2016 model. He also said there would possibly be another smaller capacity bike planned for Suzuki’s line-up next year.
The source added: ‘Suzuki wants to be back at the top.’
The launch of the new model would tie in nicely with Suzuki’s return to MotoGP this year and given that the last major upgrades to the GSX-R1000 were in 2005, there’s no doubt the superbike is due a major update.
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|01-27-2015, 10:32 AM||#2|
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'05 Hayabusa '98 ZX-6E
Bet it's a beast. Hopefully harken back to 2001 when the GSX-R 1000 changed the game.
Also, like the 'Suzuki' graphic across the fairing. Loved the late '90s models that had that. Guess with the advent of the smaller fairings it wasn't as effective, graphically.
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