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News New colours for GSX-R600

Discussion in 'Motorcycling News' started by NetriderBot, Feb 1, 2016.

  1. From Suzuki:

    The 2016 iteration of Suzuki’s class-leading supersports machine the GSX-R600 is now on sale boasting two new striking colour schemes.

    The GSX-R600 demonstrated it’s on track dominance once again by claiming first and second positions in the 2015 ASBK Australian Supersport Championship with riders Brayden Elliot and Kane Burns respectively.

    The championship-winning machine is powered by a compact 599cc, four cylinder, liquid cooled engine, featuring a class-leading power-to-weight ratio and low running weight for enhanced running performance.

    Equipped with two performance settings, the Suzuki Drive Mode Selector (S-DMS) offers advanced digital engine management for instantaneous switching between engine maps to suit rider preference or riding conditions.


    An innovative slipper clutch helps makes downshifts smoother and more controlled, while the six-speed transmission features finely machined drive ratios for excellent low-to-mid rpm range acceleration performance.

    The GSX-R600’s race-inspired chassis features inverted Showa Big Piston Forks (BPF), delivering supreme handling performance.

    Advanced stopping power is provided by dual radial-mounted, four-piston Brembo monoblock calipers and 310mm dual floating discs, and a single piston rear brake caliper with a 220mm disc.

    The 2016 Suzuki GSX-R600 is available for a recommended retail ride away price of $16,490 in Metallic Triton Blue or Pearl Red / Matte Black colour schemes and is backed by Suzuki’s two-year, unlimited kilometre warranty.

    For further information on the 2016 Suzuki GSX-R600, interested customers can visit their local Suzuki dealer, which can be found through the Dealer Locator on www.suzukimotorcycles.com.au.


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  2. that red and black looks fcuking amazing
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  3. The red on the bottom of the blue bike looks weird.

    Having just bought a new MT09 and having the difficult decision to decide between matt grey and spew orange (wasn't after the abs model with two more colours), I am perplexed that there are so few colour options for bikes. Seriously.......

    Why can't there be 10 different colours? Why do motorcycles have to have such limited colours, so much so that some can tell the specific year of a bike by its livery?

    Seems ridiculous to me. If cars can do it which typically have a much larger percentage of the vehicle coloured, why not bikes?