The 2017 model now generates 150 Hp of power, which is 10 HP more than the ongoing version.
Suzuki has upgraded its super naked, the GSX-S1000 for 2017 and the bike now churns out more power than the predecessor version. Earlier, it would produce 140 Hp which has rose up to 150 Hp and the torque delivery now stands at 79.6 Nm at 9500 RPM. The same changes have also been incorporated on the GSX-S1000F which is a faired version of the naked.
Other than the power hike, the Suzuki GSX-S1000 now gets slipper clutch as a standard feature for effortless downshifts of gear while lowering the speed suddenly from a high pace. The super naked from Suzuki comes with two colour options consisting of blue and black, and red and black, while the faired trim gets an extra all-white shade as well.
With the standard model, a special edition has been reported to be on the offer shrouded in matt black paint job which will demand a little premium over the base version.