Suzuki GSX-S750 vs Triumph Street Triple S - Spec comparison
Praveen M, Engineer-turned-motorcycle journalist. I'm a sucker for cruising down the highways, and twisties in the hills.
Suzuki recently launched its second CKD product, the Suzuki GSX-S750 in the country. It goes head-to-head with the Triumph Street Triple S.
Both the products are entry-level naked street fighter motorcycles from their respective brands. The design of the GSX-S750 draws inspiration from its litre-class brother, the GSX-S1000. The new Trump Street Triple S features an all-new bodywork, new powertrain, swingarm and digital instrument cluster, to name a few. Let’s see how the two motorcycles perform on paper:
|Specifications||Suzuki GSX-S750||Triumph Street Triple S|
|Engine||749 cc in-line four-cylinder DOHC engine with liquid cooling and fuel injection||765 cc in-line 3-cylinder DOHC engine with liquid cooling and fuel injection|
|Peak Power||114.2 PS at 10,500 rpm||113 PS at 11,250 rpm|
|Maximum Torque||81 Nm at 9,000 rpm||73 Nm at 10,421 rpm|
|Front Suspension||KYB upside down front forks with adjustable preload||41 mm Showa upside down Separate Function Forks|
|Rear Suspension||Link-type monoshock with adjustable preload||Showa monoshock with piggyback reservoir, adjustable preload|
|Front Brake||310 mm twin petal discs with Nissin radial callipers||310 mm twin discs with Nissin sliding callipers|
|Rear Brake||Petal disc||220 mm disc|
|Front Tyre||120/70ZR17 M/C (58W), Bridgestone Battlax Hypersport S21||120/70ZR17, Pirelli Rosso Corsa|
|Rear Tyre||180/55 ZR 17 M/C (73 W), Bridgestone Battlax Hypersport S21||180/55ZR17, Pirelli Rosso Corsa|
|Fuel Tank Capacity||16 litres||17.4 litres|
|Weight||215 kg, kerb||166 kg, dry|
|Seat Height||820 mm||810 mm|
|Price||INR 7,45,000, ex-showroom, New Delhi||INR 9,19,500, ex-showroom, pan-India|
The Suzuki GSX-S750 features Suzuki Easy Start System which helps in starting the motorcycle with just a simple press of the starter button. There’s a low-rpm assist for negotiating in traffic and there’s a three-mode traction control system as well. Mode one is for sport riding; mode two for typical road conditions, and mode three delivers maximum traction control. The Triumph Street Triple S gets switchable traction control, and two riding modes: Rain and Road.
Both the motorcycles come with dual-channel ABS as standard. The GSX-S750 is heavier and has a 10 mm higher seat as well. On the other hand, the Street Triple has a marginally bigger fuel tank capacity. When it comes to value for money, the GSX-S750 undercuts the Street Triple S by INR 1,74,500. The on-road price of the GSX is likely to match the ex-showroom price of the Street Triple S.