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Looks similar to the bigger, GSX-S1000, and that's no bad thing!
Sharp tail-end is a design highlight - looks aggressive.
Confident handling, but the 'Gixxus' lacks fluidity. Blame the 215 kg kerb weight.
Sporty forward stance isn't punishing.
A crouch is essential since you're exposed to the wind blast.
S750'S inline-four produces 114hp and 81Nm - impressive!
End-can sounds as beefy as its looks suggest.
Twin 310mm discs get 4-pot Nissin radial calipers and ABS.
Suspension is preload adjustable at either end.
Position lamp 'fangs' are separate from the main headlight unit.
LCD screen same as on the GSX-S1000.
Monoshock is preload adjustable. Overall ride is slightly firm.
Bridgestone Battlax Hypersport S21 tyres offer strong dry weather performance.
Wide seat is comfortable for the rider.
Switchgear is of good quality, the usual Suzuki fare.
Full LED-illumination for the tail-end.
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