2014 Suzuki GSX-R1000SE “Special Edition”

The Suzuki GSX-R1000 will be celebrating 50 years in the United States with a limited production Suzuki GSX-R1000SE.  Only 100 of these motorcycles will be produced and of those 100 a mere 50 will be sold in the United States, making it a truly limited and valuable special edition. 

The 2014 Suzuki GSX-R1000SE, like the standard GSX-R1000, will be fuel-injected and liquid-cooled with a 6 speed transmission. Both the standard and the SE boast great throttle response, acceleration and fuel economy along with awesome stopping capability made possible with the heat-resistant stainless steel disc brakes and Brembo calipers.  The standard and the SE also have a solid chassis design with a very responsive suspension, but when Suzuki created this Special Edition it is truly a Special Edition. 

2014 Suzuki GSX-R1000SE Features: 

  • Polished and Chrome-Plated Frame
  • Mat Silver Colored Bodywork with Special Graphics
  • Blue Anodized Outer Fork Tubes
  • Blue Colored Fuel Cap
  • Painted Clear-Coated Blue are the Clutch Cover, Rear Shock Spring, Generator Cover and Engine Sprocket Cover
  • Blue Drive Chain, Headlight Inner and Seat
  • Machine-Polished Rims with Painted Blue Spokes that are Clear Coated
  • Black-Anodized Front Brake Caliper
  • Special Speedometer Panel Design
  • Serial Number Plate
  • Special Key Fob
  • Special “S” emblem unique only to the 2014 Suzuki GSX-R1000SE 

Other Great Benefits of owning a 2014 Suzuki GSX-R1000SE:

  • Customers will receive a custom made Genuine Suzuki Accessories (1 of 50) 2014 Suzuki GSX-R1000SE leather jacket.  This jacket will be numbered to match their GSX-R1000SE.
  • Customers will get a custom placard including the customer’s name and signature.
  • Along with the standard one year warranty, customers will receive a (2) year Suzuki Extended  Protection contract (a retail value of $566) for  free. 

Suzuki has really gone all out for their loyal customers purchasing a 2014 Suzuki GSX-R1000SE.  Although they are said to be sold out already, consumers may be able to see one by attending the Progressive International Motorcycle shows.