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2016 - 2019 Suzuki DR-Z400S / DR-Z400SM

2016 - 2019 Suzuki DR-Z400S / DR-Z400SM
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  • Suzuki DR-Z400S / DR-Z400SM
  • Year:
    2016- 2019
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  • Engine:
    single cylinder
  • Displacement:
    398 cc
  • Price:
    6749
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Suzuki Still Has Carbureted Dual Sports

Pitting the fuel-injection fans against the carburetor fans, we score a point for the latter with the DR-Z400S and DR-Z400SM from Suzuki. Fuel injection hadn’t yet made an appearance in any of Suzuki’s dual-sport lineup, which was a good thing or a bad thing, depending on which side of the fence you’re on. For 2019, the DR-Z siblings haven’t yet been touched by the FI update. Sharing the same engine as the 500EXC from KTM, the DR-Zs come on a different chassis with progressive-link rear suspension. The “SM” — the SuperMoto of the family — and the “S” feature a six-liter air box with quick-release fasteners trouble-free access to the air filter and special low profile mirrors that rotate hoping to avoid damage, both are pluses when you’re playing in the dirt.

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2016 - 2019 Suzuki DR-Z400S / DR-Z400SM

2016 - 2019 Suzuki DR-Z400S / DR-Z400SM

Suzuki Still Has Carbureted Dual Sports

Pitting the fuel-injection fans against the carburetor fans, we score a point for the latter with the DR-Z400S and DR-Z400SM from Suzuki. Fuel injection hadn’t yet made an appearance in any of Suzuki’s dual-sport lineup, which was a good thing or a bad thing, depending on which side of the fence you’re on. For 2019, the DR-Z siblings haven’t yet been touched by the FI update. Sharing the same engine as the 500EXC from KTM, the DR-Zs come on a different chassis with progressive-link rear suspension. The “SM” — the SuperMoto of the family — and the “S” feature a six-liter air box with quick-release fasteners trouble-free access to the air filter and special low profile mirrors that rotate hoping to avoid damage, both are pluses when you’re playing in the dirt.

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2015 - 2019 Suzuki DR200S

2015 - 2019 Suzuki DR200S

A Tried-And-True Dual Sport

Suzuki brings dual-sport capabilities to the entry-level sector with its DR200S. A heavy emphasis on offroad performance defines the overall look of the thing, and a 199 cc engine drives it over hill and dale as well as down the road with all the appropriate lighting for safety and legalities. The end result seems to be a functional, if plain, bike that provides a stable ride and moderate power with a humble overall bearing. A carry-over for the last few years, it hasn’t changed much, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing.

Continue reading for my review of the Suzuki DR200S.

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2015 - 2019 Suzuki DR650S

2015 - 2019 Suzuki DR650S

A Hot Dual-Sport? Or Entry Adventure Bike?

It’s not the most attractive bike in the dual sport stable, though it’s small and scrappy with its 644 cc engine and so much fun to ride. With a glance at the DR650S from Suzuki and you might just dismiss it as an enduro bike. That would be doing it an injustice. It’s really a basic adventure bike that will get you off the pavement and into the woods with perhaps more gumption than a real adventure bike. Priced affordably, it isn’t a tragic to drop it as it would be otherwise and it is lightweight enough that you can pick it up and keep going.

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2014 Suzuki DR-Z400SM

2014 Suzuki DR-Z400SM

Meet the 2014 Suzuki DR-Z400SM, a tasty motorcycle that can deal great with the tough tracks and tight corners.

Compared to the DR-Z400S, the DR-Z400SM is slightly more agile thanks to its inverted forks which contribute to less unsprung weight. Out back there is an aluminum swingarm paired with a fully adjustable rear shock absorber with high/low speed compression damping adjuster.

Power comes from a 4-stroke, liquid-cooled, single cylinder, DOHC engine with a displacement of 398cc. The unit is mated to a 5-Speed constant mesh transmission and is fed by a 2.6 gallons fuel tank.

It is also worthy of being mentioned that the motorcycle rides on RK Excel aluminum rims shod in radial tires. The wheels are combined with front and rear disc brakes which deliver a healthy amount of stopping power.

The 2014 Suzuki DR-Z400SM is offered with a base price of $7,189.

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2014 Suzuki DR-Z400S

2014 Suzuki DR-Z400S

Thanks to its tough construction, rugged wheels and potent engine, the Suzuki DR-Z400S is able to reward you with first class performances both on- and off-road.

To be able to deal with tough jobs without backing down, the 2014 Suzuki DR-Z400S is fitted with a narrow frame made of thin chrome-moly steel tubes. The frame houses a 398 cc, 4 stroke, liquid cooled, single cylinder, DOHC engine which sends its power to the ground through a five speed, constant mesh transmission.

The motorcycle’s speed is kept under control by a 250 mm front disc with dual-piston caliper and a 220 mm rear disc brake with a single-piston caliper.

You also get a 49 mm cartridge-style fork and a rear shock absorber that offers 11.6 in of wheel travel.

As far as prices are concerned, the 2014 Suzuki DR-Z400S can be yours for no less than $6,599.

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2014 Suzuki DR650SE

2014 Suzuki DR650SE

If you are looking for a versatile motorcycle with an unstoppable character, then you should take a closer look at the 2014 Suzuki DR650SE.

The 2014 Suzuki DR650SE was born from Suzuki’s desire to create the perfect partner for adventures on two wheels and is packed with a long list of features that help it deal effortless with anything you ask of it.

The bike comes with a 644 cc, 4 stroke, air cooled, single cylinder, OHC engine which transfers its power to the rear wheel through a wide-ratio 5-speed transmission. The unit is brought to life by an electric starter and breathes through a large MIKUNI 40 mm (1.6 in) carburetor.

The engine is mounted on a semi-double cradle frame which is paired with cartridge front forks and a link-type rear suspension with piggyback-style shock absorber and adjustable compression damping.

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2013 Suzuki DR-Z125L

2013 Suzuki DR-Z125L

The Suzuki DR-Z125L is a special version of the DR-Z125 model and was created by the Japanese manufacturer to be better suited for larger riders.

The motorcycle is powered by the same 124cc, 4-stroke, air-cooled, OHC engine which is paired with a five speeds constant mesh transmission.

The Suzuki DR-Z125L model rides on 19-inch front and 16-inch rear tires and wheels and is equipped with a front disc brake for better stopping performances.

The motorcycle’s backbone is a lightweight, high rigidity steel pipe frame especially developed to keep the motorcycle’s handling and stability at sporty levels.

In terms of ergonomy, the DR-Z125L is equipped with a narrow seat, a simple handlebar and comfortable foot pegs.

The ride quality is kept in check by front telescopic forks and link-type rear suspensions. There is also a rear shock absorber with fully adjustable spring preload.

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2013 Suzuki DR-Z125

2013 Suzuki DR-Z125

When it comes to compact motocross bikes the Suzuki DR-Z125 is among the top dogs in the business. Featuring a lightweight construction, sharp-cut fenders and sporty suspensions, the Suzuki DR-Z125 is ready to go head to head with the toughest tracks without breaking a sweat.

This tough bike is built on a lightweight, high rigidity steel pipe frame linked to a modern rear swingarm that was carefully forged to be perfectly suited for tough tasks.

As far as power is concerned, the Suzuki DR-Z125 sports a 124 cc, 4-stroke, air cooled OHC engine mated on a five speed constant mesh transmission.

It is also worthy of being mentioned that the motorcycle’s speed is kept in leash by a set of lightweight front and rear drum brakes.

The 2013 Suzuki DR-Z125 is offered with a starting price of $3,099 and comes with a 6 months warranty.

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2013 Suzuki DR-Z400S

2013 Suzuki DR-Z400S

With its agile stance, lively engine and the long traveling suspensions the 2013 Suzuki DR-Z400S is ready to tackle any off road terrain with poise.

At the heart of the Suzuki DR-Z400S lies a 398 cc, 4 stroke, liquid cooled, single cylinder, DOHC unit that sends its power to the ground through a five speed constant mesh transmission with cable-operated clutch.

To help you use the entire power generated by the engine, Suzuki equipped its motorcycle with front 49mm cartridge-style forks with protective rubber boots that feature adjustable compression/rebound damping and adjustable spring preload. The front fork is paired with a rear shock absorber that features compression damping/preload adjustments.

The 2013 Suzuki DR-Z400S’s handling is further improved by its narrow frame made from thin chrome-moly steel tubes.

The 2013 Suzuki DR-Z400S is offered with a starting price of $ 6,499.

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2013 Suzuki DR-200SE

2013 Suzuki DR-200SE

Suzuki’s motorcycles are considered among the most reliable and cheap to maintain models in their class and the 2013 DR-200SE makes no exception.

Equipped with modern technologies and offering an ergonomic riding position the Suzuki DR-200SE is a versatile motorcycle that feels like home both in the city and on the dirty tracks. Talking about ergonomics, the Suzuki DR-200SE features a 32 inches seat high paired with a Large, passenger grab bar and a perfectly angled handlebar.

The 2013 Suzuki DR-200SE weighs only 278 pounds and is propelled by an agile 199 cc (12.1 cu. in), 4-stroke, air-cooled, OHC engine kept in leash by a five speed constant mesh transmission. The engine is fed by a large 3.4 gallon fuel tank (3.3-gallon CA model) which offers a pretty generous riding range.

The 2013 Suzuki DR-200SE can be yours for $4,199.

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2012 Suzuki DR200SE

2012 Suzuki DR200SE

If you’re looking for a capable dual purpose motorcycle, then you should take a closer at the 2012 Suzuki DR 200 S. The motorcycle features a fairly versatile character, being able to cope with a wide range of applications. With its perfect mix of agility and crisp handling, the Suzuki DR200SE is able to reward its rider with a thrilling ride every time he starts the engine.

As a tried and true dirt bike that possesses impressive qualities in it of itself, the 2012 Suzuki DR 200 S boasts of new features, including a seat height that’s now under 32" and an overall weight of just 278 lbs.

Power comes from a strong 199 cc, 4-stroke, air-cooled, OHC engine which cranks out enough power to keep your adrenaline level high. The stopping power is assured by front and rear disc brakes.

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2012 Suzuki DR125SM

2012 Suzuki DR125SM

Are you searching for a tough, retro-styled supermotard? Then you should take a closer look at the Suzuki DR124SM.

The 2012 Suzuki DR125SM is fitted with many modern features which help it deliver first class performance in terms of power and agility.

As far as design goes, the 2012 Suzuki DR124SM features an agile stance which is enhanced by the high placed front fender, the sleek seat and the sporty fairing.

The main attraction however is the capable 125 cc, 4-stroke, liquid-cooled, DOHC engine that offers a decent level of power and is pretty economical too. The engine is combined with the Idling Speed Control (ISC) system which adjusts intake air-flow volume to constantly maintain proper idling rpm, and also performs cold-starting fast-idling.

The stopping power is assured by front 250mm and rear 220mm-disc brakes, each paired with a Nissin caliper.

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2012 Suzuki DR-Z70

2012 Suzuki DR-Z70

With its charming character and the lively engine, the Suzuki DR-270 is the perfect choice for any young rider that wants to learn the secrets of motocross.

The motorcycle features a pretty modern design language and is appearance draws inspiration from the RM-Z models.

Perhaps it goes without saying that the motorcycle was designed with comfort in mind. Thereby the chassis, seat and handle bar were carefully designed to make the rider feel comfortable.

The 2012 version is powered by a fresh 70cc four-stroke engine that replaces the old 50cc two-stroke model. Also, in the event the bike’s battery dies, a kick-starter stays there as a backup.

The changes made by Suzuki on it, not only makes it a better ride, but it also gives tots a reason to get into the world of motocross riding. Color options include either Black of Championship Yellow.

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2012 Suzuki DR650SE

2012 Suzuki DR650SE

The 2012 Suzuki DR650SE wants us to think that it’s a bike that comes with a new style and the civilized capabilities of a street bike with the hard-charging performance and exceptional handling of a dirt bike. To that, we believe every last word the Suzuki is saying.

The DR650SE is a versatile motocross bike with a high-performance engine hardcore riders enjoy. Combine that with a chassis and a suspension set-up that takes cues from its super moto and motocross heritage, and you have a machine that can tackle just about every imaginable surface.

At the heart of the DR650SE is a compact and powerful 644cc, SOHC, four-stroke, air-cooled, engine that features Suzuki’s Advanced Cooling System (SACS). Piston-jet cooling and an engine oil cooler that further enhances the bike’s consistent and all-world performance capabilities in a wide variety of conditions. Likewise, the engine has been tuned with an emphasis on powerful performance at low-to-mid RPM range while a gear-driven single counter balancer system minimizes engine vibration for comfortable ride. Finally, a smooth-shifting wide-ratio 5-speed transmission is complemented by an O-ring sealed final drive chain.

To go with its impressive engine credentials, the Suzuki DR650SE also handles like a true pro, highlighted by innovative cartridge front forks that provide smooth and progressive action. The bike also has a link-type rear suspension with a piggyback-style shock absorber and adjustable compression damping to give stable damping performance with front and rear suspensions, both of which provide 10.2" of wheel travel for superb performance over rough terrain.

On the road and off the road, the DR650SE shines like the sun on a hot summer day. Its unique blend of top-end performance with superior handling and all-around versatility make it a bike that’s well worth your affection.

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2012 Suzuki DR-Z400S

2012 Suzuki DR-Z400S

Very few bikes can combine all the positive qualities of a super moto and a moto cross bike into one exciting package. But of those few, one that stands out is the Suzuki DR-Z400S.

Packed with impressive performance credentials and all-world handling capabilities, the DR-Z400S allows riders to travel on just about any imaginable surface. The powertrain - a 398cc, DOHC, liquid-cooled, dry-sump engine - produces strong low-RPM power while its compact 4-valve cylinder head features large 36mm intake valves and 29mm exhaust valves, helping produce broad, tractable power and torque. Suzuki also added in its own Composite Electrochemical Materials cylinder to provide impressive heat transfer in a lightweight and durable package. There’s also a forged aluminum piston that’s 10 percent lighter than a cast piston and receives additional oil-cooling to the piston crown through a crankcase oil jet.

Besides its impressive performance credentials, the DR-Z400S also comes with a firm and sturdy chassis and suspension set-up that includes a narrow frame that combines thin chrome-moly steel tubes for exceptional torsional rigidity with minimal weight. Meanwhile, the backbone tube, front down tube, and steering head gussets form the dry-sump engine oil tank while a bolt-on aluminum subframe helps reduce weight and simplify maintenance, allowing for an ease-of-use that very few bikes can rival.

The DR-Z also comes with a sturdy aluminum skidplate to protect its underbelly, along with plastic guards that will put up token resistance to defend the water pump and left sidecover. The lights set-up features on-road legal lighting with a bright 60/55 watt H4 halogen headlight and a compact tail/stoplight, as well as lightweight, rubber-mounted turn signals.

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2012 Suzuki DR-Z125

2012 Suzuki DR-Z125

The 2012 Suzuki DR-Z125 is a motocross bike that upstart riders can get into without having to worry about the complicated mechanisms of some of the more powerful models in the market.

It’s not enough to have a bike that offers good looks, especially for novices looking to learn the ropes; you need one that has matching performance and handling credentials, two characteristics that Suzuki pays full attention to.

Aggressive bodywork, complete with a two-tone seat cover, a rear fender, graphics, and number plates, makes the DR-Z125 a complete, stylistic replica of the championship-winning RM-Z machines.

The DR-Z125 offers a compact 124cc 4-stroke, SOHC, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine that has been designed for ease-of operation and low maintenance, perfect for upstart riders looking to break into the world of motocross. The engine also has a digital-type CDI ignition system with timing set to enhance the engine’s low-rpm power characteristics while a five-speed transmission with a link-type gearshift system offers precise operation and positive feel for complete control of the bike.

In addition to its sublime powertrain, the DR-Z125 also comes with precise and agile handling characteristics, featuring a long-travel, oil damped front fork and a link-type rear suspension that provides a smooth, compliant ride. A lightweight and durable steel frame and swingarm, as well as equally lightweight aluminum rims reduce the bike’s weight while providing agile handling and improved suspension performance.

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2012 Suzuki DR-Z125L

2012 Suzuki DR-Z125L

We’ve already established all the impressive qualities of the Suzuki DR-Z125, but in the event that the bike’s a little on the small side compared to your, shall we say, "dimensions," Suzuki has a bigger version of the DR-Z125 called the DR-Z125L. The latter pretty much carries all the same features as that of the former with the only notable exception being that the DR-Z12L is bigger. Hence, that "L" designation at the back of its name.

The DR-Z125L was designed with aggressively styled bodywork, number plates, and graphics that were built and inspired to look exactly like the higher-spec, race winning Suzuki RM-Z competition models.

On top of that, the powertrain is also the same as that of its ’smaller’ counterpart - a compact 124cc 4-stroke, SOHC, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine that comes with a five-speed transmission with link-type gearshift system for precise operation and positive feel, a digital-type CDI ignition system with timing set to enhance the engine’s low-rpm power characteristics, and a MIKUNI VM20SS carburetor for smooth throttle response.

And then there’s the matter of the bike’s handling characteristics, which are impressive relative to its overall characteristics. A long-travel, oil damped front fork and a link-type rear suspension provide a smooth, compliant ride while lightweight aluminum rims offer reduced weight, providing agile handling and improved suspension performance.

From the top to bottom, nothing rides on dirt quite like the Suzuki DR-Z125. And if that doesn’t fit you, then you can opt for the DR-Z125L, which is pretty much the same thing, albeit in a slightly larger package.

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2010 Suzuki DR-Z70

2010 Suzuki DR-Z70

After the launch of the all-new Suzuki DR-Z70 back in 2008, the Japanese manufacturer carries on producing this model with little changes, something that makes us suspect that youngsters won’t be seeing this exercise applied on Suzuki’s small off-road model pretty soon. Not only the bike is a favorite in its category and there’s no reason to change something that isn’t wrong, but we also have the example of the bike’s bigger siblings, the DR-Z125/L.

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2010 Suzuki DR-Z125 / DR-Z125L

2010 Suzuki DR-Z125 / DR-Z125L

An unbeatable combination of style and performance is what characterizes the two bikes that got on our hands recently, Suzuki’s DR-Z125 and DR-Z125L. The same engine and chassis is used on both bikes, but the “L” model features bigger wheels, seat height and ground clearance and so it addresses to the taller crowd, while the simple model is what average sized riders would like to ride.

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2010 Suzuki DR-Z400SM

2010 Suzuki DR-Z400SM

Not long ago, Suzuki inspired from the DR-Z400S to create their first dual sport model, a very punchy and versatile one called the DR-Z-400SM. The bike successfully addresses to youngsters in search of a light and easy to ride motorcycle that would stand both for a commuter and an adrenaline source depending on the rider’s demands.

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2010 Suzuki DR-Z400S

2010 Suzuki DR-Z400S

Following the evolution of its bigger sibling (the Suzuki DR650SE), the Suzuki DR-Z400S remains visually unchanged for 2010, but ads a few distinctive touches in order to stand out by its own. Mechanically, the new DR doesn’t feature any late additions worth to brag about, so it remains the same bulletproof built machine on the trails and a docile commuter when not on them.

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Funny: “fully-accessorized” Suzuki DR

Funny: “fully-accessorized” Suzuki DR

Either the owner of this Suzuki DR is willing to take his enduro bike across the continent or only to the cesspit and back as he has fitted the bike with probably the world’s larges panniers, so there’s got to be a great purpose for someone to ruin his bike like that.

Still, we have all the reasons to believe the guy actually uses that stuff to carry his luggage as the panniers can be locked…why would anyone lock the garbage? Also, he has a fuel canister on the side, so this is definitely a homemade long distance motorcycle. Love it or not, it gets the job done.

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2010 Suzuki DR200SE

2010 Suzuki DR200SE

The Suzuki DR200SE is designed to help you discover both trail and street riding. It has a sturdy diamond frame, long-travel suspension and high traction tires, so it soaks up rough terrain and handles well on tight trails, but it also has all the needed features to make it street legal, along with a wide powerband and smooth acceleration.

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2010 Suzuki DR650SE

2010 Suzuki DR650SE

Famous in the dual-sport category thanks to its unbeatable combination of street and off-road excitement, the Suzuki DR650SE stands for both adventure and practicability and still ads a distinctive touch in 2010 thanks to the white color scheme. Also, with great price and fuel economy, you’re in for one great bang for the buck.

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2010 Suzuki model range by DUFF

2010 Suzuki model range by DUFF

A French fan of Suzuki has imagined the Japanese manufacturer’s 2010 model range and put his Photoshop skills to work in a quite successful (in our opinion) attempt of showing how the B-King, GSX-R series, GSX650F, SV650, SV1000 and DR-Z400SM might end up looking in the year to come.

While the visual changes imagined for each motorcycle aren’t dramatic, this might very well reflect reality for models which won’t be significantly upgraded.

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Deliver boy wheelie

Deliver boy wheelie

When you have a job to do, I say stick to it as tempting as the vehicle you’re commuting on might be. This guy clearly didn’t and all the fooling around on his supermoto bike messed out his delivery. Just wait for the second run.

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2008 Suzuki DR-Z70

2008 Suzuki DR-Z70

One look at the DR-Z70’s 10-inch wheels and 22-inch seat height, and you know this is the bike with ideal dimensions for up-and-coming riders. It also has performance features designed especially for youngsters. It includes both electric and kick starting, and its 67cc engine offers a smooth, controllable powerband and strong low-end torque.

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2008 Suzuki DR-Z125

2008 Suzuki DR-Z125

When it comes to good looks and great handling DR-Z125 is what it’s all about. The bike features aggressive new bodywork that makes it stylistic replica of the championship-winning RM-Z machines. Its performance virtues, though, go a lot deeper than that, the bike setting the standard for precise, agile handling.

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2008 Suzuki DR-Z400SM

2008 Suzuki DR-Z400SM

How’s this for a red-hot combination? Take the incredible versatility and performance of Suzuki’s renowned DR-Z400. Mix in street-legal capabilities and unmatched handling. Then add a double shot of aggressive Suzuki styling and attitude. The result is the 2008 Suzuki DR-Z400SM.

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2008 Suzuki DR-Z400S

2008 Suzuki DR-Z400S

Suzuki DR-Z400S looks like an off-road machine and it is - with all the unmatched performance capabilities you’d expect from a Suzuki. But look a little more carefully and you’ll see you get a bonus: it’s 100-percent street legal.

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2008 Suzuki DR-Z125L

2008 Suzuki DR-Z125L

If you want to join the off-road adventure and you are looking for the appropiate motorcycle this might be it. The DR-Z125L is designed for teenagers and adults who are developing their off-road skills.

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1996 - 2008 Suzuki DR650

1996 - 2008 Suzuki DR650

If you are looking for an exceptional combination of off-road agility and smooth street performance, you’ve come to the right place.

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Suzuki DR-Z125

Suzuki DR-Z125

If you’re looking to join the off-road excitement, you’ve come to the right place.

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Great finance offer from Suzuki GB

Great finance offer from Suzuki GB

With extreme sports the chosen fix for many city go-getters, Suzuki offers an intensely fun alternative to the train, bus or car, that also combats city congestion – the DR-Z400SM.
Available on 0% typical APR finance for up to three years, the race-bred supermoto DR-Z400SM with its punchy, single cylinder engine, is already the best selling supermoto in the UK. Combined with its motocross-derived frame and free additional carrying rack, it’s the perfect stress-relieving antidote to congested (...)

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2007 Suzuki DR-Z250

2007 Suzuki DR-Z250

There’s a good reason middleweight off-road bikes are so popular. They offer abundant power combined with lightweight handling - and the DR-Z250 sets the standard for the class.

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2007 Suzuki DR-Z400E

2007 Suzuki DR-Z400E

It’s hard to beat the thrill of accelerating hard out of a tight turn on a forest trail. And the perfect way to get in on the action is with a Suzuki off-road bike. With a championship-winning heritage, Suzuki off-road bikes offer an incredible combination of torquey engine performance and lightweight handling. Best of all, there’s a wide variety of models available, sized for most everyone in the family.

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2007 Suzuki DR-200SE

2007 Suzuki DR-200SE

There’s never been a better way to learn how to trail ride than with the DR200SE. It weighs just 249 pounds and has a seat height of only 32 inches, so you can build your confidence as you learn to ride. Of course, after you have some miles on the trail you’ll begin to appreciate the DR200SE’s range of advanced designs. It has a sturdy diamond frame, long-travel suspension and high-traction tires, so it soaks up rough terrain and handles well on tight trails.

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2007 Suzuki DR-Z400S

2007 Suzuki DR-Z400S

The DR-Z400S looks like an off-road machine, and it is - with all the unmatched performance capabilities you’d expect from a Suzuki. But look a little more carefully and you’ll see you get a bonus: it’s 100-percent street legal.

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2007 Suzuki DR-650SE

2007 Suzuki DR-650SE

If you think the fun begins at the end of the road, you’ve come to the right place. The lightweight single-cylinder DR650SE is engineered for an exceptional combination of off-road agility and smooth street performance.

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2007 Suzuki DR-Z400SM

2007 Suzuki DR-Z400SM

How’s this for a red-hot combination? Take the incredible versatility and performance of Suzuki’s renowned DR-Z400. Mix in street-legal capabilities and unmatched handling. Then add a double shot of aggressive Suzuki styling and attitude. The result is the 2007 DR-Z400SM.

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2006 Suzuki DR-Z400SM

2006 Suzuki DR-Z400SM

How’s this for a red-hot combination? Take the incredible versatility and performance of Suzuki’s renowned DR-Z400. Mix in street-legal capabilities and unmatched handling. Then add a double shot of aggressive Suzuki styling and attitude. The result is the 2006 DR-Z400SM.

For exceptional performance on the street, the DR-Z400SM offers remarkably smooth performance, along with a rush of torque across the powerband. For crisp handling, it features a lightweight, compact design, complemented by advanced suspension front and rear, including an RM250-derived inverted fork.

The DR-Z400SM Supermotard. It’s the definition of extreme performance - wherever you ride.

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