Suzuki pulled the wraps off its new GSX-S1000 and GSX-S1000F models at the opening of this year’s International Motorcycle Show in Cologne, Germany, as the Japanese manufacturer unveiled several new models and updates that will form part of its 2015 model range.


The product concept behind Suzuki’s new super-naked was to provide the spirit of GSX-R in a naked streetbike chassis. Designed for nimble and agile handling, the GSX-S1000 features an all-new frame and utilises engine design and characteristics from the iconic GSX-R1000 K5, famed for its low-down torque and mid-range power.

With knowhow from MotoGP development, the GSX-S1000 benefits from a traction control system boasting three-modes as well as the option to switch the system off completely. ABS is also available, with the bike expected in dealership showrooms in late spring next year.


Also unveiled as part of Suzuki’s new GSX-S range, the F variant features all of the benefits afforded to its naked sibling, including an all-new frame, traction control and ABS, but wrapped it in a newly designed fairing.

Designed with the same concept in mind, the GSX-S1000F shares the ergonomics and riding position of the naked version, with both aimed at providing a sporty ride on the road, but leaving customers with the choice of added weather protection or sheer naked aggression. It too, is expected in late spring.

Address 110

The new Address 110 is expected to arrive in early spring next year, and brings with it exceptional fuel economy and value. Boasting 139MPG* and a 5.2 litre fuel tank, the Address 110 is set to become the commuting scooter of choice.

Practical touches include under-seat storage in excess of 20 litres that will comfortably take a full face helmet and riding gear, and rear handbrake for use when parked. The Address benefits from a new fuel injection system and reduced overall weight, which comes from sporty, redesigned bodywork and cast aluminium, hollow-core wheels.

V-Strom 650XT ABS

Based on the already popular V-Strom 650, which has been the top selling dual-purpose machine in the 650-800cc class in the last decade, the V-Strom 650XT comes with more adventure as standard.

The new V-Strom 650XT takes design cues from the DR Big, the first dual-purpose machine to feature the now standard ‘beak’ design synonymous with models in the adventure sector. A new beak blends smoothly into the existing front bodywork, with air ducts that channel airflow to the radiator.

Newly designed, lightweight, wire-spoked aluminium wheels aid in the adventure-styling of the new V-Strom 650XT, and shock absorption performance is increased on unpaved roads. Its arrival is anticipated as early as December this year.

Bandit 1250S ABS

Bandit is back for 2015, with the iconic machine on sale in the UK early next year. With the original Bandit models developing a cult following, the latest incarnation uses the newest version of Suzuki’s 1255cc inline four-cylinder engine and gets a styling update to bring it into 2015.

After repeated wind tunnel testing, the redesigned fairings, with new radiator shrouds, offer improved aerodynamics, with venting just below the headlights, as well as better wind and weather protection for both rider and pillion.

Inazuma 250F

The A2-licence friendly and ideal commuter, comes clad with a newly designed fairing for 2015, with the Inazuma 250F unveiled at Intermot.

Adding extra wind protection to the popular city-wise machine, which boasts an impressive 85MPG figure, cost conscious commuters can now travel even further in comfort. The new faired Inazuma will be on sale in early 2015, alongside the existing naked machine.


The iconic GSX-R1000, which took the win at the prestigious 24 hours of Le Mans earlier this year in the hands of the Suzuki Endurance Racing Team, now comes with ABS as standard for 2015.

As the Japanese brand celebrates its return to the blue-ribband class of motorcycle racing next year, the GSX-R1000 will also be available in the replica colours of Suzuki’s new MotoGP racer, the GSX-RR.

November 18th, 2014  |  Published in News, Suzuki

Suzuki GSX1300RZ Factory Special







Suzuki GB has announced availability of the special edition Hayabusa, first unveiled at last year’s Motorcycle Live.

Arriving in UK dealerships this month, the GSX1300RZ Hayabusa features a host of aesthetic highlights, including a special red and black two-tone paint scheme and seat, as well as gold anodised fork caps, adjusters, steering stem nut and chain adjusters. Black Brembo calipers with red lettering complete the look, to help fans of the legendary hyper-bike stand out from the crowd. The GSX1300RZ Hayabusa is available with an RRP of £11,499.



April 4th, 2014  |  Published in News, Suzuki

Vintage parts programme launched by Suzuki

Responding to an increased interest in vintage motorcycles, Suzuki has launched a service where users can find parts to their old bikes.

In a new section of Suzuki’s website you can find parts for classic models, with it currently listing every part for the classic RGV250 model. It lists parts which include the engine, carburettor and bodywork. It also aims to introduce parts for the GT750 Kettle and the GSX-R750 Slabside, with parts for old bikes being added every quarter.  Read the rest of this entry »

January 29th, 2014  |  Published in Blog, News, Suzuki









As the latest registration prefix gets set to hit UK roads next month, Suzuki is giving customers yet more great reasons to go ’63′ with an extension to the popular £800 cash back offer on many new models, along with a fitting registration prefix that pays tribute to the very first year of Suzuki in the UK – 1963.

 Just as the UK arm of the iconic Japanese marque celebrates its first half century, customers benefit with great birthday offers too. The legendary GSX-R range of sports bikes all benefit from a massive £800 cash back, as does the versatile V-Strom 650 and the award-winning GSR750 and SFV650 middleweights. On top of this the 800cc Intruder cruiser range is included along with the GSX1250FA and GSX650F tourers.

 National Sales Manager, Jonathan Martin, said, “1963 was arguably a big year for motorcycling here in the UK. Not only did Suzuki commence official import but in the very same year Mitsuo Itoh took Suzuki’s first win at the prestigious Isle of Man TT races – an event still very special to us all. As we celebrate 50 years in 2013, we also strive to continue to offer UK riders the same core benefits that we began in 1963, providing no-nonsense motorcycles that combine fun with practicality and value is our core objective. With this latest cash back offer we believe that ethos continues.”

 With the ability to use the cash back as required, customers could now pick up a brand new GSX650F ABS for less than £6,000, or an SFV650 for less than £5,000. And using the £800 as a deposit on a SFV650 for example, monthly payments could be less than £100.

Competitive finance rates are available across the range, including great PCP offers allowing real world affordability and low monthly payments, low deposits and the flexibility to change or upgrade your bike, too.

All Suzukis come with comprehensive aftersales back-up as standard, including a two-year unlimited mileage warranty, 12-month AA cover, the Master Security tagging system for free and a nationwide network of highly skilled authorised Suzuki dealers

August 6th, 2013  |  Published in News, Suzuki