Ready to make a statement? Swing a leg over the all-new 2023 Suzuki GSX-8S and let your riding speak volumes. Engineered from the ground up as an innovative path for future Suzuki sportbikes, the GSX-8S is a brand-new naked street fighter with a robust engine, an agile chassis, a suite of rider aids, plus stunning looks with a smart price that’s a statement to your brilliance.
Joining Suzuki’s popular GSX-S series of street fighters, the GSX-8S is the ideal response to rider demands in the mid-size naked street bike category. In response to these demands, Suzuki engineers created a fully new package in a complementary engine and chassis size packed with the most desirable features in its category.
The new 776cc DOHC parallel twin engine employs 270-degree crankshaft timing with the industry-exclusive Suzuki Cross Balancer to deliver a smooth, torque-rich experience. This is ideal for riders who desire more power than a 650cc engine can deliver and does so in a reassuring and reliable way.
The rugged steel backbone frame takes advantage of the new engine’s compact size, resulting in a chassis that is nimble and stable on country roads, city streets, or the open highway. That wide ranging performance is achieved through quality suspension and braking components that provide Supersport-levels of performance.
A new, color 5-inch TFT LCD multifunction instrument panel provides the rider access and on-the-fly control over the Suzuki Intelligent Ride System (S.I.R.S.) suite of advanced electronic control systems that includes Suzuki Drive Mode Selector, the Suzuki Traction Control System*, and Suzuki’s Bi-directional Quick Shift system. Plus, the rider can enjoy that control in a sporty, yet ergonomically comfortable riding position.
Wrapped in unique styling and eye-catching colors, the GSX-8S features an aggressive, mass-forward look that is slim, compact, well balanced, and ready for action. The new GSX- 8S is set to become the best choice for street riders of all experience levels, so get to your Suzuki dealer and make your own statement.
*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. Traction control cannot prevent the front wheel from losing grip.
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