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        The Suzuki GSX-S750 gets a new color for 2022

        We hope to see this new shade on our streets soon
        by Matthew Galang Jul 8, 2021
        PHOTO: Suzuki
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        Suzuki’s GSX-S750 has seen a good amount of popularity here in the Philippines. This middleweight naked sportbike features the same legendary engine from the GSX-R750 supersport machine, only tuned for the road—granting it sportbike levels of power and response in an easy-to-use, street-friendly package.

        For the longest time, the GSX-S750 and GSX-S1000 have looked nearly identical in terms of styling. With the arrival of the updated literbike, the middleweight naked sport machine seems to have been left behind. But Suzuki hasn’t forgotten about it just yet, and even gave the bike a new color for 2022.

        Called ‘Pearl Brilliant White/Champion Yellow no.2,’ this striking new paint scheme emphasizes the bike’s sporty lines and influences. The bright yellow belly pan is a callback to several of Suzuki’s historical race machines. The bright white fairings stand in stark contrast to the black fuel tank and engine. New decals round out the whole look, bringing the last-gen design in line with modern styling sensibilities.

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        Under the funky new paint job, the 2022 Suzuki GSX-S750 is pretty much the same bike as last year. Powering this naked is a 749cc DOHC inline four-cylinder engine with a claimed fuel consumption of 20.4km/L. The engine is paired with an updated and streamlined exhaust system, which uses the same catalytic converter as the GSX-S1000 to meet Euro 4 emission regulations.

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        Suzuki’s current electronics package comes standard on the 2022 GSX-S750 for an easier and more convenient riding experience, thanks to the switchable traction control, low RPM assist, and Suzuki Easy Start system.

        With how wildly different the 2022 GSX-S 1000 looks, it only makes sense that the 750 will get its own update. There’s no official word yet from Suzuki on whether or not a refreshed 750 is in production, so we can only hope for a modernized, winglet-equipped sub-1000 naked bike from the Japanese manufacturer.

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