Suzuki GSX-R600 For Sale
The 2011 Suzuki GSX-R600 is a dedicated sports bike and is powered by a 599cc inline four engine which puts out 125bhp. It was first launched in 1997 with updates in 2001, 2004, 2006 and 2008.
What Is It?
- Engine, gearbox, fast, light, handling, brakes
- Quality of finish, riding position, budget to replace the standard tyres
The all new 2011 GSX-R600 is about 3-5kg lighter than the previous model and now features a 120mm fully adjustable Showa Big Piston fork. Power is provided by a new lighter 599cc engine with more midrange torque. RRP is £9,000 in 2017 or £9,200 for the 30th anniversary edition.
- Dual 310mm 12 inch discs up front, with Brembo 2 piston monobloc brake calipers
- Rear 220mm disc with Brembo single piston caliper
- New console, similar to the GSX-R1000
- Electronically adjustable, speed sensitive, steering damper
- New lighter close ratio gearbox
The twin spar aluminium frame is lighter and smaller. As a result the bike is 5mm thinner, 10mm shorter and has a 15mm shorter wheelbase. Weight has also been reduced by 1.7kg thanks to a new exhaust system with stainless steel down pipes and a titanium end can.
Available colours: blue/white, silver/yellow, white/silver, black/white and black.
2017: Suzuki introduced a £300 Sports+ pack which gets you a pillion seat cover, frame protectors and wheel decals. Yellow/black and black with red wheels introduced and Yoshimura R11 exhaust now standard.
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The gixxer 600 launched in 1997 with a 599cc inline four, producing 93bhp at 12,000rpm and benefiting from SRAD. 1998 saw a boost to mid-range power and a lower screen.
2001 was a major re-design, featuring more poised angular looks, fuel injection and a boost to 100bhp.
2004 introduced a new fuel tank, upside down forks and new fairings whereas in 2005 the brakes became radial mounted and a there was a new headlight.
The 2006 re-design introduced a completely new engine producing 111bhp and larger 310mm front discs. There was also a lower seat and improved mass-centralisation.
Not much changed for 2008 apart from new engine tuning to improve low to mid-range power. There was also a new damper and fuel injection system.
The latest 2011 model features a new lighter 125bhp engine, 3-5kgs shaved off the weight, new exhaust system and fully adjustable Showa BPF.
2017 saw it dropped due to swindling sales and Euro 4.