Suzuki GSX-R750

  • Sports


  • Looks great
  • Engine
  • Handling
  • Brakes


  • Not suited to long distances
  • Build quality and finish
  • Budget to upgrade the suspension and for a hugger


The 2004 GSX-R750 is powered by a liquid cooled 749cc inline 4, producing 155bhp at 12,800rpm. It's based on the chassis of the GSX-R600, narrower, shorter, lighter and more refined.

Features include:

  • Fully adjustable upside down fork
  • Adjustable rear shock
  • Dual 300mm discs with radial Tokico 2 piston calipers
  • 220mm disc at the rear with single piston caliper
  • 6 speed transmission
  • 32bit ECU

Radial brakes were introduced alongside a new shape while the new engine features lighter camshafts, titanium valves and new injectors.

The 2005 model introduced a battery saving feature whereby the headlights switch off during startup to reduce load. The 20th Anniversary model featured a special blue/black/white colour scheme with grooved brake discs, tinted screen and blue chain.


  • 2004: Blue/white, yellow/black
  • 2005: Black/blue/grey, blue/white, yellow/black

If we've missed something vital or got something laughably wrong about this model please let us know and we will love you forever.

Price Guide

Year Dealer Private Part Ex Mileage
2004 £3,350 £2,700 £2,350 12,600
2005 £3,650 £2,900 £2,550 12,300

Prices Updated: 18th February 2018

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