Suzuki has introduced the new GSX-S950 sports bike, expanding Suzuki’s roadster segment in Europe. The motorcycle features Suzuki new radical roadster design, which also features the GSX-S1000. But the Suzuki GSX-S950 also features an A2 Licence compatible engine output. The new Suzuki GSX-S950 also comes with a Euro5 compliant engine in both the 35 kW and 70 kW power outputs.
2021 Suzuki GSX-S950 – Engine Specifications
Powering the Suzuki GSX-S950 is a 999cc four-stroke in-line four-cylinder liquid-cooled engine. The electronically fuel-injected engine produces 95 Hp of power at 7,800 rpm and 92 Nm of torque at 6500 rpm. In the A2 Licence compliant version, the engine produces 47.5 Hp of power at 6100 rpm and 76 Nm of torque at 3250 rpm.
2021 Suzuki GSX-S950 – Mechanical Specifications
The Suzuki GSX-S950 comes with a double aluminum cradle frame and an aluminum swingarm. The motorcycle rides on a 43mm fully adjustable Kayaba inverted fork on the front. On the rear, the bike gets a mono shock suspension with adjustable preload and rebound. Stopping power comes from 310mm dual discs on the front with Tokico calipers and a single disc on the rear.
2021 Suzuki GSX-S950 – Dimensions
The motorcycle measures 2,115mm in length, 810mm in width and 1,080 in height. The saddle height of the GSX-S950 is 810mm, and the bike comes with 140mm of ground clearance. The motorcycle comes with 19-litres of the fuel tank. The Suzuki GSX-S950 tips the scales at 214 kg at the kerb.
2021 Suzuki GSX-S950 – Design Highlights
The Suzuki GSX-S950 comes with a ‘nose-down, tail up’ design and gets a sharp front fascia. The motorcycle gets a stacked low-slung headlamp and a rectangular digital instruments display. The GSX-S950 features a chiselled fuel tank and angular tank shrouds. The bike also gets step-up seats and a sharp tail end with LED taillights. The motorcycle rides on 17-inch six-spoke alloy wheels and features a satin finish side slung exhaust.