2018 - 2020 Suzuki Burgman 400
Back in the lineup in 2018 after a hiatus the year prior, the Suzuki Burgman 400 emerged as an all-new, third-generation model available for the North American market. A new powerplant delivers over 30 horsepower, and it comes tucked away under a restyled body.
2014 - 2020 Suzuki Burgman 200
Mature, modern looks greet the eye as Suzuki rolls its business-tastic Burgman 200 over into MY2020. In spite of its diminutive powerplant, the Burgman 200 carries itself with a definite maxi-scoot appeal. Motorcycle-like suspension components and safety equipment boost its commuter capabilities with an increase in overall ride quality over your typical scooter-type vehicle, so yeah, this ain’t your typical 200.
2016 - 2018 Suzuki Burgman 650 Executive
The Burgman line has always been about classy and comfortable commuting, and the factory seems to have found a sweet spot here with its largest displacement version that brings comfort, convenience and safety to the table. As a “maxi-scoot,” the Executive delivers a motorcycle-like riding experience with amped up scooter features that give it something of an exaggerated look, so clearly, this is a vehicle of extremes. Suzuki carries over its Burgman 650 Executive with a new color for MY2018, so let’s check this ride out and then see how it stacks up against one of the top office-scooters to come out of Europe.
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2016 - 2017 Suzuki Burgman
Largely carry-overs from previous years, the Burgmans in Suzuki’s dwindling 2017 lineup — called Skywave in Japan — consists of the 200 and the 650 Executive. Missing is the Burgman 125 available outside the U.S. market and the Burgman 400 not brought forward for 2017. Styled for classy good looks and a certain amount of sophistication, the Burgmans present a scooter that demands to be taken seriously in an otherwise ’wild spirit’ or retro-style scooter market.
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Suzuki’s "Burgman Fuel Cell" Launched In Real-World Trials
A trial to test Suzuki’s hydrogen-powered Burgman scooters launched on September 4, 2017 with the Metropolitan Police’s Fleet Services in London. On trial are seven Suzuki Burgman scooters equipped with the “Burgman Fuel Cell.” The cell is an integral part of a zero-emission hydrogen fueled scooter that is part of a green movement to reduce the city’s dependence on fossil fuels. The folks at the Met aim to have 550 green vehicles by 2020 and these scooters will go toward testing the viability of the hydrogen cell. The Burgman Fuel Cell was developed as a joint effort between Suzuki and Intelligent Energy Ltd, a provider of clean power technologies that aims to meet the market demand for more environmentally-friendly products.
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A carryover from 2014, the Burgman 200 available from Suzuki for 2017 remains that awesome around-town ride or a super-scoot up the highway. With plenty of roll-on even at highway speeds, good fuel economy and a suspension that’s more motorcycle than scooter, the Burgman 200 takes daily commutes in stride. The low center of gravity gives it responsive handling, giving you a surprisingly powerful ride for such a small scooter.
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When it comes to maxi scooters, the Suzuki Burgman 650 Executive ABS is without a doubt one of the most wanted models in its class.
Featuring a wide range of accessories and powered by a 638 cc, 4-stroke, 2-cylinder, liquid-cooled, DOHC engine the Suzuki Burgman 650 Executive ABS promises to be a lot of fun both in the city and on the open road.
Among the features offered by the Suzuki Burgman 650 Executive ABS you’ll find heated seats and grips, ample storage places and an adjustable protective front screen.
Moreover, you even get a power socket, front and rear disc brakes and a large 15.0 litres fuel tank.
As far as prices are concerned, the Suzuki Burgman 650 Executive ABS can be yours for no less than €10.839.
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The Suzuki Burgman 125 represents the perfect mix between style, comfort, agility and practicality. Thanks to its compact dimensions it can move effortless through the city and it is also backed up by a lively yet efficient 125 cc, 1 cylinder, liquid cooled, SOHC, 4 stroke engine which delivers a maximum power of 9.10 kW at 9000 rpm (12.00 hp) and 10.80 NM of torque at 6500 rpm (8.00 lb.Ft).
It is also worthy of being mentioned, that the unit is fueled by a 10.5 liters fuel tank and is mated to a CVT transmission.
Other features offered by the Japanese scooter include linked front and rear hydraulic disc brakes, a low 735 mm seat height and a generous under-seat storage place.
The Suzuki Burgman 125 is offered with a starting price of € 4.305.
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Luxurious and spacious, the 2014 Suzuki Burgman 650 ABS is a maxi scooter designed for those who want the comfort offered by a scooter and the performances of a big displacement engine.
Talking about the engine, the 2014 Suzuki Burgman 650 ABS is offered with a 638 cc, 4-stroke, liquid-cooled, 2-cylinder, DOHC engine which is paired with an automatic transmission.
The scooter is built on a tubular frame and an aluminum-alloy swingarm which allows the engine to be mounted in a forward position for enhanced maneuverability.
You also get a capable suspension system that delivers 110 mm front and 100 mm rear wheel travel further improving the scooter’s agility.
The 2014 Suzuki Burgman 650 ABS rides on 120/70R15M/C 56H front and 160/60R14M/C 65H rear tubeless tires. The stopping power is handled by twin disc up front and rear discs paired with ABS.
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The 2014 Suzuki Burgman 400 ABS is a modern scooter that delivers a high level of comfort, great efficiency and a good maneuverability.
The scooter sports a 400 cc, 4 stroke, liquid cooled, single cylinder, DOHC engine which is brought to life by an electric starter. The engine is fueled by a 3.5 gallons fuel tank and is brought to life by an electric starter. Its power is kept in leash by a CVT automatic transmission.
The 2014 Burgman 400 ABS comes with a big, illuminated storage bay which is large enough for two full-face helmets and a smaller compartment for personal items.
You also get an antilock Brake System (ABS) that monitors wheel speed, and matches stopping power to available traction. The ABS is combined with twin disc brakes up front and rear discs at the back.
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Suzuki has taken the wraps off its new Burgman 200 ABS. The scooter is the smallest model in the Burgman lineup and shares many common elements with its bigger sibilings – the Burgman 400 and Burgman 650.
The scooter weighs only 163 kg and is propelled by a 200cc, 4-stroke, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder, OHC engine which puts out 18 hp and 18.8 Nm of torque. The engine is mated to a smooth CVT transmission.
As far as ergonomics are concerned, the Burgman 200 features a spacious seat with a generous storage box underneath it that is big enough to swallow 2 helmets.
The ride quality is assured by telescopic front forks (33mm inner tube diameter) and rear twin shock absorbers that feature spring pre-load adjustments.
The scooter’s speed is kept under control by a set of 240mm front discs with 2-piston calipers and 240mm rear discs with single piston calipers.
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If you are searching for a capable and reliable scooter then you should take a closer look at the 2013 Suzuki Burgman 200.
This Japanese scooter was built with comfort and practicality in mind so you are treated with a spacious seat that covers a generous storage place, an ergonomically designed handlebar, a big windscreen and roomy foot rests.
In terms of power, 2013 the Suzuki Burgman 200 is propelled by a 200 cc, 1-cylinder, liquid cooled, SOHC, 4-stroke engine mated on an automatic transmission. The engine was especially tuned for efficiency and is fed by a 11 litres fuel tank.
The stopping power is assured by linked front and rear hydraulic disc brakes that automatically adjust the braking force between the front and rear to help you stop more efficiently.
The Suzuki Burgman 200 is offered with a starting price of £4,085.
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The Suzuki Burgman 125 is a small scooter that measures 2055 mm (80.9 in) long and 740 mm (29.1 in) wide. Despite being small, the Suzuki Burgman 125 is pretty agile thanks to its 125 cc, 1-cylinder, liquid cooled, SOHC, 4 stroke engine which offers a decent amount of power and torque.
The scooter features aerodynamically designed bodywork that apart from looking cool it also offers a good weather protection. You also get a spacious seat and a sporty handlebar which work together to offer a fairly relaxed riding position.
The stopping power is assured by linked front and rear hydraulic disc brakes which help you offer sharp performances by automatically distributing the braking force between the front and rear.
The scooter rides on relativelly small 110/90-13M/C 56P front and 130/70-12 62P rear tubeless tyres.
The Suzuki Burgman 125 can be yours for £3,465.
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