The 2015 Suzuki TU250X is a pretty basic motorcycle, but despite its humble character, it offers a lot of versatility and a thrilling riding experience.
As far as power is concerned, the Suzuki TU250X is propelled by a 4 stroke, air - cooled, single cylinder, OHC, fuel injected engine with a displacement of 249 cc. The 4 stroke unit transfers its power to the ground by means of a five speed constant mesh transmission.
The Suzuki TU250X rides on 90/90-18 M/C 51S front and 110/90-18 M/C 61S rear tube tires and the stopping power is assured by front discs and rear drum brakes.
For 2015, the TU250X is available in a Metallic Mystic Silver / Glass Sparkle Black combination. Prices start from $4,399.
Hit the jump for more information on the Suzuki TU250X.
Meet the 2014 Suzuki SFV 650, a sporty motorcycle designed for roadster lovers. It is built on a compact trellis steel frame that features 25 degree of rake and 104 mm of trail, a great mix carefully calculated to enhance the bike’s agility.
At the heart of the motorcycle lies a 4-stroke, 2-cylinder, liquid-cooled, dohc, 90-degree v-twin engine with a displacement 645 cc. The engine needs to deal with a curb weight of 202 kg and is fed by a 3.8 gallons fuel tank. Its power is kept under control by a six speed, constant mesh transmission.
Jump on board and you’ll be met by a modern instrument cluster, an ergonomic handlebar and a well bolstered seat.
The motorcycle rides on a set of 17 inch cast aluminum-alloy wheels shod in 120/70ZR17 front and 160/60ZR17 rear tires.
The 2014 Suzuki SFV 650 can be yours for no less than $8,149.
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The guys from HUSZ have decided to modify the Suzuki Savage and the end result is quite impressive. Their take on the motorcycle looks significantly more aggressive than the stock model and we especially like how HUSZ managed to change the motorcycle’s appearance without losing its Suzuki spirit.
The guys from HUSZ have ditched a lot of unnecessary parts to put more accent on the bikes 650cc engine. The motorcycle has also received a smaller fuel tank built and other important custom parts include the Biltwell handles, a new seat, a unique rear disc wheel and RYCA filters and jets.
The original rear fender was entirely removed in favor of a fresh one that further enhances the aggressive look of the motorcycle. The front fender is also gone and the front round headlight was replaced by a rectangular unit.
But the best part of this custom bike is by far its low price tag which is rated at only €3,500 ($4,6470).
Hit the jump for more pictures of the Suzuki Savage Bobber Extreme by HUSZ.
French motorcycle accessories producer S2 Concept has created an aftermarket GT kit for the Suzuki Gladius. This addresses to those willing to enhance the touring capabilities of the Japanese naked bike by significantly improving wind protection.
Characterized by aggressive design blending perfectly in with that of the Gladius, the kit is composed mainly from a half-fairing and windscreen, which are mounted using a 3-piece aluminum mount, but you also get a cooler aluminum dash to fit the sport-touring scenario.
S2 also produces other aftermarket Gladius parts such as engine spoiler, undertail, plate holder, screens of various sizes, LED stoplights and integrated signal lights as well as rear fender and many others.
The Hayabusa-derived Suzuki B-King was never meant to be practical and the pillions always complained about back pain during longer journeys, so it is good to know that someone thought at somehow solving these two problems and creating more others. A French company called D.J. Construction has created the DJ Sport B-King sidecar, which is nothing more than a detuned B-King (106-horsepower) with a modified front end (that yellow shock is actually an expensive Öhlins part) and a rather aerodynamic and yet comfortable rig.
The friends at MotoMag in France actually got the chance to ride this strange combination and their impressions are not bad at all, although they do mention the DJ Sport Suzuki B-King sidecar enjoys turning right more than it does turning left. Now why would that be…?
As we announced, Suzuki came to the 2009 Tokyo show with a mini version of the Gladius. Called Suzuki Gladius 400, this is simply powered by a smaller, 400cc version of the 650cc V-twin behind the affordable naked Japanese motorcycle currently selling with success in Europe. The new Gladius will also come with ABS and aims at the Japanese market too.
Suzuki released BURGMAN FUEL CELL SCOOTER, GLADIUS400 ABS and BOULEVARD400 as its world premieres at the 41st Tokyo Motor Show 2009 on October 21.
The fuel cell of BURGMAN FUEL CELL SCOOTER is air-cooled and concomitantly light, compact, and structurally simple. A 70MPa hydrogen tank (the highest-pressure tank used on a bike thus far) allows a usable riding range. And the tank is mounted within a robust frame for safety.
The Gladius 400 ABS is a stylish naked bike with a 400cm3 V-twin engine. It features a truss frame that combines rigidity with great looks. And its newly designed V-twin engine delivers plenty of power in a rider-friendly way.
The Boulevard 400 is a performance cruiser with aggressive bikini-cowled looks and a 400cm3 engine. Low, flowing body lines that give an unmistakable sense of performance are combined with inverted front forks and stylish cast wheels. The engine is a narrow-angle (45°), liquid-cooled V-twin with fuel injection.
Suzuki has created a 400cc version of their versatile entry-level naked bike, the Gladius. The new model will even feature ABS, despite the much smaller newly designed V-twin engine.
Suzuki will have this exposed at the next Tokyo Motor Show and the bike will then start being sold in Japan. If it comes to the US, it will probably turn into a hot seller, but there’s no word on that yet.
The request for entry-level naked motorcycles in Brazil and Europe will be satisfied starting 2010 also with the all-new Suzuki GSR250.
Expected to be presented later this year, the small, versatile and quite possibly fun bike draws inspiration from the B-King and GSR600, while power (30bhp, to be precise) comes from a quarter-liter, liquid-cooled, DOHC fuel-injected engine. The parallel-twin unit stands for user-friendliness, the spacious seat stands for comfort and the under-seat storage is meant to make the GSR250 a bit practical. Also, there’s a digital LCD screen to keep things modern and fancy.
There’s no word on price yet, but if the thing’s cheap, it will surely find its home in South America and Europe.
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.
The friends at Motorevue speculate regarding a new naked model that Suzuki might launch at the beginning of 2010.
Inspired by the B-King and powered by a retuned GSX-R750 engine, the GSR750 (so it will be called) is supposed to rise as a fierce competitor both for Japanese and European naked motorcycles such as the Kawasaki Z750, Triumph Street Triple and Aprilia Shiver.
Those very same models indicate that there is a great demand for high performance nakeds, making this rendering very plausible.
The big question here is: would you buy such a Suzuki model?
While the world expects the launch of a direct competitor for the Ducati
Streetfighter, designer Oberdan Bezzi comes up with the naked version of the 2009 Suzuki GSX-R 1000, which looks like the appropriate thing for the job.
Also, the Suzuki SuperKatana 1000 stands as Japan’s response to the BMW K 1300 R, a model which together with the Ducati Streetfighter managed to slightly worry Japanese builders.
Suzuki has found a very…uncharacteristic way to approach the U.S. market in the entry-level standard segment. After the amazing success of the B-King, the Japanese maker shows the ideal bike to start on and simply satisfy your commuting needs and hour later… after obtaining your license, that is.
By its name, the TU250 is a profitable way for Suzuki to head on as more and more people turn to motorcycling as a result of financial crisis.
When it comes to the number of horsepower on something that goes around powered by a Hayabusa engine the possibilities are hard to imagine and practically endless, but until now there is no naked bike to compare with this Suzuki B-King.
Its 430bhp set is apart from any other motorcycle and get it even closer to its cousin, the Hayabusa, a bike known for its affinity for tuning and especially turbochargers. And this is exactly what this B-King received: a turbo charger. Suddenly, the previously considered impressive 1340cc and 181 hp on the stock look weak and make you think on mounting such a thing on your new bike, but I would recommend you not to if fitted with wife and children. Turbochargers are not good for your marriage!
Get on the new 2008 Suzuki SV650 and you will enjoy a ride you’ll never forget. By combining crisp, lightweight handling with all-day comfort, the bike will get you hooked. And the thrills really begin when you tap into its exceptional engine performance. So good luck with that!
The Suzuki Bandit become a favorite of a wide range of riders worldwide by delivering an unmatched package of performance, style and value. It is a demonstration of Refined Total Balance, with Complete Quality, or in other words, the new Bandit 1250.
The recently launched Suzuki B-King can already be equipped with an aftermarket Yoshimura exhaust. The tuner is the first to produce silencers for the super naked which now offers even more horsepower (very close to 200 Hp) with this new unique component.
Yoshimura decided to give a bit more personality with their exhaust but they had to keep the original shape in order to maintain B-King’s characteristic lines so they ended up with a triangular exhaust available in Carbon or Titanium (...)
You know what you’re looking for in a standard V-twin machine: light and agile handling, along with willing-and-able engine performance. And that’s what the Suzuki SV650 delivers - in spades. Recently named as Cycle World magazine’s Best Standard Motorcycle and Motorcyclist magazine’s Best Bang for the Buck, the Suzuki SV650 offers its own unique styling and performance. Compared to the SV650S, it has a leaner profile, featuring a single round headlight, tubular handlebars and a more upright riding position.
One ride on the SV650 and you’ll be hooked. It combines crisp, lightweight handling with all-day riding comfort. And the thrills really begin when you tap into its exceptional engine performance. Its fuel-injected V-twin powerplant offers crisp throttle response, strong torque and a stunningly wide powerband.
So get on a new 2006 Suzuki SV650 - and enjoy a ride you’ll never forg