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Written on: 24/09/2013 by teamamericaphuckyeah (1 review written)
I own a 2005 750f. I bought her 5 years ago with 1,300 miles on the clock. Now she has done 93,500 miles she is still going strong. I have been using her as a commuter and she has never let me down once. Cruising at 60 mph at 4,250 rpm she will do 230 miles to a tank. Very comfortable although a little heavy through town. The engine is bulletproof or I would say bombproof as I have not any engine work done apart from the spark plugs done at 85,000 miles. Oil changed every 6-8000 miles… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/08/2013 by mikeheaney (1 review written)
reg GSX750F bought late 2011 had 11000 miles on the clock cost me £1300. They seem to have a poor image. Your basically get a VFR for half the price. Wasn't going to keep it but they tick many boxes, now done 17000 miles. Long wheelbase makes touring comfortable, they are reliable, easy to work on, the centre stand makes chain adjustment, cleaning, greasing, a five minute job. Easy on tyres, just replaced 2 for the MOT, weren't new at 11000 miles. Plenty of power if you want it, seems ok on… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/08/2013
I have had quite a few bikes over the years,mostly sports machines of the 900...600 ,RRRR ,ninja, thrash metal ,im guna rip out your spine and thrash you with it type of affair. Make no mistake,they have been good good machines but if i was honest and without man pridei would say that for me (and maybe for most of us) they are probably braver than we are. So,a revalation...enter the GSX 750F. I got this bike as it was a box ticker and it was buget driven.Cheap to buy ,mainly down to image… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/07/2012
sve na suzi je na svom mjestu. raduje me najvise potrosnja u ova krizna vremena… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/04/2012 by delsmum (1 review written)
My son will turn 40 in May so has bought the bigger version of this bike as a mid life crisis must have. I bought this model for his desk top at work and was amazed at the quality and detail of this model, it was much bigger than expected as I could not work out the scale being an old pensioner!!! Also the speed at which it was delivered was brilliant (although we were in, but postie could,nt get it through letter box, and had to go to general post office to pick up. I am well impressed with… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/01/2012 by Ginnes (3 reviews written)
I have an Australian spec 1994 Suzuki GSX750F with over 80000km on the clock now. In 6 years and 30000km of ownership it has never let me down once. My mechanic (who services the bike each year and also does its safety test - like the UK's MOT) tells me that these motors and frames are bullet proof. It uses no oil, is easy on tyres and easily keeps up with more sporty bikes. It's weight is noticeable if you try to push it too hard, but who can sustain that sort of riding on our overcrowded… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/11/2011
Hi all I hope you find this review useful . I have had my GSX750F for about a year which I rode back to London from Wales. The weather was raining and windy but the fairing did a good job of keeping the worst off the rain and wind around me. I felt nothing on the legs and even the feet were shielded by the fairing. The light was good and I had no trouble seeing a good distance ahead. Now that I am used to it I like it even more as it is a great road bike. It's comfortable and sensible. I… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/07/2011
Past my test about 3 years ago and bought a 2001 Kawasaki GPZ 1100 as my first bike.It was a big old thing but could still move a bit.Had it for 2 years then didn't bother with a bike for the last 12 months.Then while driving through town last sunday i saw a 2000 Suzuki GSX 750F for sale for £1,250 that looked in really good condition.The bike had 28.000 miles on the clock but had loads of service history.I went with my gut feeling and paid the guy £1200 and picked the bike up… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/06/2011 by Andrewhesketh (1 review written)
hi every one just got a gsx750f for £1200 from york rode it home through very heavy rain a it didnt cough or splutter 1 jot this is an excellent bike and i would recomend it to anyone the good thing is when you are riding it you easly forget that its 200kg dry it feels light… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/05/2011 by Kingwaz (2 reviews written)
Great bike, I bought it as my first bike prior to passing my test. It needed a few things doing but it was cheap £750! Very easy to work on, build quality seems very good and no real signs of corrosion and for a 13 year old Suzuki thats very good. This bike is a real eye opener, it is turbine smooth and certainly goes well and will get you to the naughty side of 100mph quickly and puts a huge grin on your face. It is a heavy bike but very stable, wind protection is excellent. The only problem… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/04/2011
I bought my Suzuki GSX750F a year and a half ago and have enjoyed every minute. I bought it as my first bike, so cant compare it to anything else, but for something with just under 100bhp and only insurance group 12, its brilliant.
At the same time, a mate bought a Honda CBR600F. Not only does mine appear quicker (once travelling - similar 0-60), but its more comfortable, has far better wind protection and does more miles to the gallon. And its two groups less on the insurance !
As others… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/03/2011
Good points: too many to list
Bad points: quite heavy, suffers a little from neglect
What a bike. If you're considering getting one, do it as you won't be disappointed and will probably be quite surprised once you are familiar with it. I bought mine with 13 miles on it after getting rid of a clapped out XJ600. I now have 38000 miles on it and it's still going strong. My 2000 (Y plate) GSX750F has been used for long journeys, commuting to London. I've had it on a track keeping up with a GSXR750… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/08/2010
i commute 70 miles a day which is a mix of b roads and motorways and this bike has been faultless, tyres seem to go rather quickly if you flog her, though fuel ecomony seems to be very good. the bike has a lot of power compared to 600/650 bandits and sv650's. it can go like a bat out of hell if you want it to, or you can easily cruise 60-100mph with a high level of comfort. brakes are exellent although they do suffer more than others in the wet. suspension is cheap and rather nasty.
i… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/07/2010
I got my hands on a excellent example of one of these for £1600. 14150 miles on the clock.
I passed my test 3 months ago and this is my first big bike. When I first got on it I was quite suprised at how heavy it was compared to the bikes I learnt on. At first I was very wary about its power delivery thinking it would be quite savage. Both of these inital problems were with the rider and not the bike. It will go round corners well and acceleration is nice and smooth (unless you want it to be… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/06/2010
I returned to the road after a 27 year break, ended up with the GXSF after a friend of my son's offered it to me.
I use it almost 100% as a commuter bike, it's a great bike, almost bullet proof and great on fuel and tyres especially for a bike its size (6 Lt per 100KM's).
The only complaint I would have is that it is quite top heavey with a full tank of fuel particularly if you want to manoeuvre at slow speed i.e. through traffic.
I learnt to live with this and it doesn't bother me at all… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/05/2010 by Nuclear UK (1 review written)
I got knocked off my VFR750 by a chap on a mobile phone, who then just drove off!! Money being a bit tight and still needing a machine to get to work I hunted around for a replacement. For superstitious reasons I opted not to get another VFR even though I liked it. I settled on the GSXF750, I found one in a place called Budget Bikes in Swindon. We have been joined at the hip ever since. I love the slightly quirky look, and respond well to the nicknames of "tea pot" & "Baboons backside" (Back… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/05/2010
Quite comical really, the amount of people who spend hundreds of pounds more for a Bandit, when the F's are the same bike!
Some say that what puts them off is the fairing...why?
It's functional, cuts down wind resistance, and many think it adds to the bikes overall appearance.
If you want bang for bucks, again, the GSXF750 represents excellent value, being nimble, responsive, takes low bends with ease, and plenty of power on tap. One minor gripe is that the clutch is very much on the heavy… Read Full Review
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