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Yoshimura's Suzuki GSX-R limited edition series impresses at unveiling

The new Suzuki has a distinctive look
The new Suzuki has a distinctive look
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Tuesday, 04, Dec 2012 11:55

by Jack Beresford

The latest version of Yoshimura's Suzuki GSX-R Limited Edition Series has been showcased to fans in the US in a special event organised by the motorcycle manufacturer.

Attendees at the recent Suzuki Dealer show in Las Vegas, Nevada reacted positively to the unveiling of the new vehicle design, which is already shaping up to be very popular with retailers.

This new motorcycle is the latest addition to the Limited Edition Series, with the first of these two-wheeled designs debuting in Orlando, Florida back in 2011.

Presented in a black and red paint scheme, this latest version is already promising to be the best yet and is available in 600/750cc and 1000cc models.

Other notable features include a Yoshimura R-77 Carbon Fibre EPA Noise-Compliant Slip-On and a number of aircraft-grade aluminium CNC parts for a lightweight ride.

Sold along with a owners appreciation package that includes a carbon fiber pen-holder and Limited Edition Badge, this could be one for the collectors out there.

To see this new bike in action watch the video below.

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