Suzuki GSX-S750 Models Returning In 2022

Suzuki GSX-S750 Models Returning In 2022

© 2021, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. From a press release issued By Suzuki Motor USA, LLC:

Suzuki Announces More Exciting 2022 Streetbikes

Brea, CA (December 1, 2021) – The year is almost done, but Suzuki keeps rolling out more exciting new models! Fresh for 2022, Suzuki is thrilled to present the 2022 GSX-S750Z ABS and the 2022 GSX-S750.

These exciting new 2022 high performance naked sport motorcycles blend GSX-R750-derived engine performance, thrilling handling with an ergonomically sound chassis to fashion a naked sportbike that demands attention, thanks to its aggressive and sporty appearance.




A 2022-model Suzuki GSX-S750Z in the studio. Photo courtesy Suzuki Motor of America, Inc.
A 2022-model Suzuki GSX-S750Z ABS in the studio. Photo courtesy Suzuki Motor USA, LLC.


2022 GSX-S750Z ABS

MSRP $8,949

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A 2022-model Suzuki GSX-S750 in the studio. Photo courtesy Suzuki Motor of America, Inc.
A 2022-model Suzuki GSX-S750 in the studio. Photo courtesy Suzuki Motor USA, LLC.


2022 GSX-S750

MSRP $8,549

Click Here for More Details

Razor-sharp styling, strong performance, and a comfortable sport riding posture set the GSX-S750Z ABS and GSX-S750 apart from other middleweight sportbikes, and many of those competitors cost considerably more to purchase and own.

Appealing to riders seeking a naked motorcycle that combines sportbike-level performance with grin-inducing acceleration and confidence-inspiring handling; the GSX-S750 rewards owners with a street-worthy riding position and aggressive styling that makes a modern and bold statement.   All while offering exceedingly good value for the money.

The 2022 GSX-S750Z ABS and 2022 GSX-S750 inherit their heart and soul from the championship heritage of the GSX-R750. With strong, torque-rich engine power managed by rider-adjustable traction control, both of these premium Suzuki machines are ready to capture hearts and turn heads as the performance leaders in their class. They are quick, nimble, comfortable, and offer an exhilarating, fun ride that underscores Suzuki’s brand heritage of quality, reliability, and value.

The 2022 GSX-S750Z ABS’s striking Metallic Triton Blue and Glass Sparkle Black bodywork is complemented by a blacked-out engine and chassis. Fluorescent yellow logos and graphics on the bodywork and wheels accent the GSX-S750Z ABS’ aggressive styling while the 2022 GSX-S750’s Metallic Matte Black bodywork works perfectly with the blacked-out engine, wheels, and chassis.

Key Points

Fuel-injected, GSX-R750–based engine blends horsepower and torque

Advanced Traction Control* lets the rider select sensitivity to match road conditions

Hybrid tubular girder and twin-spar sportbike frame is fitted with KYB suspension

Radial-mounted four-piston front brake calipers and wave-style rotors deliver great stopping performance (GSX-S750)

ABS-equipped**, four-piston front brake calipers with wave-style rotors deliver great stopping performance (GSX-S750Z ABS only)

Aggressive streetfighter styling and upright, and a comfortable riding position

A variety of Genuine Suzuki Accessories are available for the GSX-S750 and GSX-S750Z ABS, such as a solo seat cowl and sport screen, plus a large selection of Suzuki branded apparel.

The GSX-S750Z ABS and GSX-S750 models come with a Suzuki 12-month limited warranty. New owners can also purchase longer coverage periods with other benefits available through Suzuki Extended Protection (SEP).


To learn more about these exciting new 2022 Suzuki motorcycles, head to

*The Traction Control System is not a substitute for the rider’s throttle control. It cannot prevent loss of traction due to excessive speed when the rider enters a turn and/or applies the brakes. Neither can it prevent the front wheel from losing grip.

**Depending on road surface conditions, such as wet, loose, or uneven roads, braking distance for an ABS-equipped vehicle may be longer than for a vehicle not equipped with ABS. ABS cannot prevent wheel skidding caused by braking while cornering. Please drive carefully and do not overly rely on ABS.

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