Suzuki GSR600 Overview
Suzuki GSR600, also known as the Baby B-King, was released back in 2006 as a middleweight streetfighter-styled bike. The 599cc in-line four, liquid-cooled motorcycle was first released in 2006 fitted with the GSXR-600 engine. This great middleweight street-bike has remained a firm favourite in the biking world over the years.
Known for its great handling, superb braking and a great style, the GSR600 appeals to all types of riders because of its versatility, but it’s popular with newer riders as an excellent bike to build up your confidence before moving onto a bigger, more powerful machine.
Commonly compared to the Yamaha FZ6 and Honda Hornet 600, a second hand Suzuki GSR600 can cost anything from £2,000 – £4,000.
Check out the Suzuki GSR600 in action…
Suzuki GSR600 Spec
- Top speed138mph
- Average fuel consumption44mpg
- Seat height785mm
- EngineLiquid-cooled, DOHC, inline 4-cylinders
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It’s not overly comfortable but it’s comfier than most other 600 sports bikes.
Aside from the factory recalls, this bike is bullet proof.
The brakes on this year GSXR are not the best in it's category but they get the job done.
It handles brilliantly if the suspension is set up correctly the bike feels nimble and forgiving in the corners.
This 600 is quick for its category.
It’s not bad on fuel but it’s not great either.
Lightweight, doesn't corner the best as it's very spongey suspension, needs to be far stiffer.
Very fast for a first bike, can be screwed and doesn't miss a beat.
It rinses me
Very sturdy bike, never had any problems *touch wood*
Very fast braking
Decent for standard budget suspension, handles touring and scratching duties with no major issues.
Beautiful. Quite punchy for a 600 low down.
Run of the mil bits are cheap. Funky body panels and low sales numbers means high repair costs if you damage them.
Pretty good to be fair, usual furring up on fasteners but the paint and powdercoat etc seem to be nice and decent quality.
For a budget bike they are great. Regular strip and clean is all thats needed in the worse weather.
nice, fork can do with hyper pro springs after a few years old
detuned gsxr600 but good very wekk still
just fuel needed never let me down
good for its price