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post #1 of 17 Old 11-05-2019, 01:03 PM Thread Starter
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New 2020 Models Up on US Website

I just glanced but it looks like only color changes. At least they are continuing the line.

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Hasn’t everybody here been saying the GSXS 1000 was discontinued in the U.S. for 2020?
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On the UK site right now the F & FZ the S & SZ are all the same price 9499 which is something new.

The F versions used to be + 500 on the Naked ones.
The FZ I think was also + 500 over the blue. Also there is no choice of colour, no white only blue.
These are still 2019 bikes.
Are they trying to clear the decks for something new ?

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Some good reading here...

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Very interesting read, thanks for sharing

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Glad to see the model continue in the US. Was concerned with the heavy push on the Katana.

No price yet but I assume similar to last year with slight bump. That would leave a fair uplift on the Katana. I guess nostalgia has a cost.
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I'd have to assume from that article that the 2020 GSX-S1000 is Euro 5 compliant.
I wonder if they had to change things to get it there?
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Might have been part of the design since they knew it was coming. You know, the part about the catalyst, and that huge box on the underside of our bikes could have something to do with it.

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I'd be more in line with thinking they already solved the problem with the new Katana by adding extra emissions equipment and the gsxs will be the same.

I was watching reviews on the new bmw s1000rr Euro 5 and it has 3 catalyst systems.

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What was the outcome of California adopting Euro 5 as a benchmark ? I heard somewhere that your President Trump said he would overturn that move.
Is Euro 4 the replacement for CARB regulations in California ? The 2020 Naked in Oort 3/Black with red wheels looks great. The F in gloss Black should be better than Triton Blue for sales.
The Blue has been overdone by Suzuki.

Unfortunately, the US spec page does not carry the info to see if it is to be Euro 5 like I believe the Katana is.
If it had said a more meaningful GSX-S1000YAM0, then a 1000 Naked (the Y) (A for ABS) (M as in a new edition) and 0 for 2020 year variant. This is how the Australian spec Katana is listed.

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