Suzuki KATANA

2022
Suzuki KATANA
Price From R189,900.00 (RRP)

Brand: Suzuki
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✕ Performance Exhaust
✕ Quickshifter
✕ TFT Display
✕ Audio System
✕ Heated Grips
✕ Heated Seat
✕ Cruise Control
✕ Radar System
✕ Adjustable Screen
✕ Crash Protection
✕ Luggage
✓ Tubeless Wheels
✕ Center Stand

 

It’s beautiful to gaze upon and unbelievably exciting to wield. It combines the epitome of fine craftsmanship, sophisticated Japanese aesthetics and pure beauty in a sharp design.

Powerful performance optimally balanced with controllability, riding ease and comfort deliver pure delight for the soul. No matter how you cut it the Suzuki KATANA feels just right, like a natural extension of the rider’s intention and spirit.

Forged to perfection and polished to a magnificent radiance. Engineered to provide maximum control and optimum performance. Finely crafted to take riding pleasure to a new level. The Suzuki KATANA is destined to create a new legend.

From the sharp lines and highlights defining the length of its body to the rider-friendly performance of its 110 kW engine, every detail of the Suzuki KATANA speaks of distinctive beauty.

While its design cues pay due homage to the iconic GSX1100S KATANA, which stole the hearts of riders around the world in 1981, the KATANA is a thoroughly modern machine that is breathtaking to behold and inspiring to ride.

Disclaimer: Price subject to change without notice.
Engine Capacity: 999cc
Engine Type: 4-cylinder
Power: 110Kw
Torque: 108Nm
Drive: Chain
Gearbox: 6-speed
Weight: 215kg
Tank Capacity: 12L
Fuel Consumption: N/A
Ground Clearance: 140mm
Seat Height: 825mm
Front Brakes: Brembo
Rear Brakes: Nissin
Front Suspension: KYB - Adjustable
Rear Suspension: OEM - Fully-adjustable

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