Suzuki will release its all new GSX-S1000GX adventure tourer in 2024, priced from $25,890 rideaway.
The Suzuki GSX-S1000GX is billed as something of a cross between the GSX-S1000GT sports tourer ($21,990) and the V-Strom 1050 adventure bike ($22,290), with tall and comfortable ergonomics matched with a sporty powerplant and chassis.
While very much related to current GSX-S series models, the GX is distinguished by longer travel suspension, a more upright riding position, increased ground clearance and the inclusion of electronic suspension.
This new electronic suspension system offers four damping settings, while the rear end can be tailored to accommodate varying luggage/passenger weights.
Also aiding the bike’s long-distance credentials is a three-step adjustable windscreen, standard-fit handguards, extensive luggage options, wider touring handlebars, and a thicker more comfortable seat with large grab rails.
Tech features include a 6.5-inch TFT dash, vertically stacked LED headlights, an up/down quickshifter, cruise control and a new traction control system.
Carrying over is a familiar 999cc inline four-cylinder engine, which produced 112kW and 106Nm.
The 2024 Suzuki GSX-S1000GX will be available in three colours: blue, black and green.
More to come.
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