With the announcement of the all-new Suzuki Hayabusa and GSX-S1000 happening simultaneously, many people have been wondering, what about the rest of the lineup?  Here is an inside look at all of Suzuki’s street bikes for 2022.

We all know by now that Suzuki isn’t into making drastic changes to its models. The brand sticks with the looks of a model until it’s time to retire it. That’s why you’ll find some very familiar faces lining the street lineup of Suzuki’s 2022 lineup.


The new GSX-R1000 still gets the Brembo T-drive rotors Showa’s large piston fork plus a Monobloc brake. Further, Suzuki has added two new paint schemes Glass Matte Mechanical Gray and Metallic Matte Black No. 2, to the existing Metallic Matte Black No. 2, and it does increase the price, which is now $18,549. A substantial $50 rise compared to the 2021 model. 




Unlike the 2021 GSX-R1000R, the new GSX-R1000R retains the same components for suspension and electronics. The existing Metallic Matte Black paint scheme comes now accompanied by Glass Matte Mechanical Gray. The price tag comes around $17,899, with a substantial rise by $150 compared to 2021.

We also don’t see any change in the GSX-R750 and GSX-R600. However, both arrive in Glass Matte Mechanical Gray/Pearl Brilliant White, and Glass Blaze Orange/Glass Sparkle Black paints schemes.

Again the price of both these bikes rise by $50, so GSX-R600 now costs $11,499 while GSX-R750 costs $12,599.

Also, there are no changes in other 2022 adventure models; however, there is a rise in the price.

  • V-Strom 650 : $8,904
  • V-Strom 650 XT: $9,399 and 
  • V-Strom 650 XT Adventure : $10,499, 
  • DR-Z400S : $6,999
  • DR-Z400SM: $7,599 and 
  • DR650S : $6,849. 

When it comes to SV650, it also arrives in the 2022 portfolio with Stealth Black paint scheme and retails at $7,299; however, the ABS variant goes up by $450 and has blue to its paint scheme.

via Suzuki


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