Suzuki for 2011 has renewed its range of super proposing an update of its best-known model: the GSX-R. The project provided for the commercial launch a year ago but the economic situation has suggested a reference to the following season.
The GSX-R was founded in 1985 and 26 years was one of the models for lovers of sport bikes, the last of the loose and turns in the circuits. Born with the displacement of 750 cc, for 2011, the Nissan offers a new 600 cc, shorter and lighter, to meet all those bikers who are looking for the performance of an engine 750 and the compact size of a 600 supersport.
If under the aesthetic point of view will change little from the previous version, the new GSX-R600, developed in parallel with the 750 by the same Suzuki team of designers shares the same advanced engine technology already proven in MotoGP, with a wider distribution power, better throttle response, lower emissions and fuel consumption is reduced by about 10% based on measurements taken by technicians according to standard Suzuki WMTC (Worldwide Motorcycle Test Cycle).