Suzuki GSX R1000

Suzuki GSX R1000 is a Super Sports bike available in Indian in one Variant. Its price starts at 19,87,038 (ex-showroom). Suzuki GSX R1000 produces 199 bhp of power from its 999.8cc engine and 117.54 nm of torque.

The GSX R1000 dual cylinder engine has a 6-speed manual gearbox. Suzuki GSX R1000 also has an anti-locking braking feature for both the rear and front disk brakes. GSX R1000 weighs around 200kg and comes in an astonishing 2 colors.

In the supersport category, the GSX R1000 is Suzuki’s offering. Suzuki has worked on the GSX R1000 chassis, transmission, and electronics for the 2017 edition.

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The GSXR 1000 is a professionally built, smarter motorcycle for handling and performance upgrades. Inspired by the Suzuki motorcycle MotoGP, the aerodynamics on the GSXR 1000. The full LED headlamp and the air intake canals are mounted at the front of the GSX R1000.

A new all-aluminum frame and a reworked engine are produced for the GSX R1000. The Suzuki Racing Variable Valve Timing technology (SR-VVT) is an improvement to the bike’s engine

Suzuki GSX R1000 Price in India

Suzuki GSX R1000 price in India Starts at 19,87,038 (ex-showroom).

Now GSX R1000 is Discontinued in India. At first, the 6th generation is launched at the 22 lakh price tag. But now there has been cut in a price. Now, the GSXR 1000 only made on an order basis.

New Delhi, Delhi₹ 20.13 Lakh On-Road Price
Mumbai, Maharashtra₹ 20.79 Lakh On-Road Price 
Bangalore, Karnataka₹ 22.20 Lakh On-Road Price
Hyderabad, Telangana₹ 21.57 Lakh On-Road Price 
Chennai, Tamil Nadu₹ 21.59 Lakh On-Road Price 
Kolkata, West Bengal₹ 19.95 Lakh On-Road Price
Ahmedabad, Gujarat₹ 21.03 Lakh On-Road Price 

Suzuki colors the GSX R1000 in black, red, and blue while the GSX R1000R is only available in black and gray.

With The Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade, Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R, Yamaha YZF-R1, BMW S1000 RR, and Aprilia RSV4 RR the Suzuki GSX R1000 is competing.


A 1000cc inline-four engine drives the GSX R1000. At 13,200rpm the bike produces 196 Bhp and 118Nm torque at 10,800rpm. 

The Suzuki GSX R1000 is also fitted with 10-level traction control and a brake mechanism for motion monitoring, to support the driver.

Suzuki also sells the motorcycle’s ‘R1000R’ version, with additional features such as a bi-directional fast shifter, Showa balance-free suspension, ABS cornering, LED position lamps, and start-up power.

Engine & Transmission

Engine CC999 cc
No. of cylinders4
Max power199 bhp @13200 rpm
Max torque117.6 nm @10800 rpm
Valves per Cylinder4
Fuel DeliveryFuel Injection
Cooling systemLiquid cooled
Starting typeSelf start
No. of Gears 6

Wheels & Braking 

Wheel Size 17 inches
Wheel TypeAlloy wheels
Front Tyre 120/70- 17
Rear Tyre 190/50- 17
Front Brake Brembo Radial mount, T-Drive discs
Rear BrakeNissin single piston caliper
Front Disc320 mm
Rear Disc220 mm
Tyre TypeTubeless

Dimensions & Weight

Weight 202  Kg
Length 2075 mm
Width710 mm
Height1150 mm
Wheelbase1410 mm
Seat Height825 mm


Tail Light LED
Turn Signal LampLED
LED Tail lightsYes
Low Battery indicatorYes

Key Features

Three Rider SelectableYes
Fuel GaugeDigital 
Electronically Controlled Steering DamperYes
Low oil IndicatorsYes
Pass SwitchYes

Fuel Capacity 

Mileage14 KMPL
Fuel tank Capacity16 Liters
Overall Riding range224 Km
Fuel TypePower Petrol

GSXR 1000 – History

2001 Suzuki GSX R1000

Since Yamaha updated the sports bike model with the 1998 YZF-R1, Suzuki will take something pretty special to push the game to another Big leap but that’s just what the original GSX R1000 did.  How? They tossed out of the window the bookmarked ‘respectability’ in traditional Suzuki fashion and built a proper hooligan liter bike with insane quantities of powers.

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The first GSX R1000 has not broken any new ground when it comes to chassis construction. Basically identical in design to the GSX-R750’s beam frame but with a beefing up stack and Kayaba suspension instead of the 750’s Showa units, what made the GSX R1000 chassis special (apart from the nickel plated gold forks) was the fact that Suzuki had slotted in a purely insane power plant without adding any bulk. Incredibly, Suzuki claimed 166 kg for the 750 and just 170 kg for the GSXR 1000.

The original GSX R1000  sheer brute force upped the liter bike power game by 20bhp overnight while its lightweight chassis ensured it set new standards when it came to power to weight ratios.


Power: 161bhp @ 11,000rpm

Torque: 80ftlb @ 8,400rpm

Weight: 170kg

2003 Suzuki GSX R1000

GSX R1000  second generation was the first liter bike to feature fashion-pleasing radial brakes while some MotoGP engineering supported the frame.

Cylinder cooling holes within the engine helped equalize the pressure to raise power by a claimed 3bhp while an improved ECU was now 32-bit rather than the 16-bit of the previous model with smaller injectors and double-barrel throttle heads.

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Engine:  988cc, liquid-cooled, inline four, 16v, DOHC

Power: 164bhp @ 11,000rpm

Torque: 80ftlb @ 8,400rpm

Weight: 168kg

2005 Suzuki GSX R1000

The 2006 GSX R1000 model became the first Suzuki (and inline-four 1000cc bike) to win a 2005 World Superbike Championship with Troy Corser at the helm. Perhaps more remarkable is the fact that the Suzuki GSXR 1000 was the model they tested the most attentively while BMW was planning to create their new S1000RR superbike.

The new model came up with sublime throttle response and beautiful neutral chassis.

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Engine:  998.6cc, liquid-cooled, inline four, 16v, DOHC

Power: 178bhp @ 11,000rpm

Torque: 87ftlb @ 9,000rpm

Weight: 166kg

2007 Suzuki GSX R1000

2007 GSXR 1000 model is one of the first bike which features variable power modes to select in a bike.

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Engine:  998.6cc, liquid-cooled, inline four, 16v, DOHC

Power: 182bhp @ 12,000rpm

Torque: 86ftlb @ 10,000rpm

Weight: 172kg

2009 Suzuki GSXR 1000

The 2009 model was the first Japanese litre bike to use Showa’s Big Piston Fork system.

Engine:  999cc, liquid-cooled, inline four, 16v, DOHC

Power: 182bhp @ 12,000rpm

Torque: 81ftlb @ 9,200rpm

Weight: 203kg (wet)

2012/13/14 Suzuki GSX R1000

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Engine:  999cc, liquid-cooled, inline four, 16v, DOHC

Power: 182bhp @ 11,500rpm

Torque: 86ftlb @ 10,000rpm

Weight: 201kg (wet)

 2017 Suzuki GSX R1000

Suzuki GSX R1000 is one of the powerful bike in it’s segment.

In my opinion, Suzuki GSXR 1000 is far better than Kawasaki Ninja ZX 10R in terms of power and Sound.

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