vs Suzuki Katana walk around : Suzuki have revealed their big, new, retro bruiser, the GSX-S1000-based Katana, will cost 11,399 in imitation of it arrives in dealers in late April. We’ve already ridden it on the launch, and now we’re looking forward to one joining the MCN Fleet in a few months.
Born in 1981, the native Suzuki Katana became an instant legend (lets put on an act the watered-down 600cc blobs of the 90s didnt happen) for its iconic styling and for its outstanding performance. In a way, no gone Suzuki superbike model ever conquered the hearts of the enthusiasts as much as the Katana did, to the tapering off that it yet enjoys a special place in our memories. Now Suzuki brings the broadcast support and does it as soon as a model that promises to reply without difficulty to the expectations of todays discerning motorcycling market.