Handsome, agile and fast the Suzuki GSX1250FA is a modern sport-tourer developed for those who love long travels and high speeds.
This Japanese beauty features a sporty design language with an aerodynamic faring, a compact windscreen and a sculpted fuel tank. As far as ergonomics are concerned, the Suzuki GSX1250FA features a spacious, adjustable seat that can accommodate two people and a modern handlebar paired with a racy instrument panel.
Power comes from a fuel injected 1255cc, 4-stroke, 4-cylinder, liquid-cooled, DOHC engine that rewards you with a strong, low down torque. The engine’s power is kept under control by a modern 6-speed constant mesh transmission.
The motorcycle weights 257 kg and rides on a set of lightweight wheels wrapped in 120/70 ZR17M/C (58W) front and 180/55 ZR17M/C (73W) rear tubeless tyres.
The Suzuki GSX1250FA can be yours for not less than £7,865.
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Simple, practical and reliable, the Suzuki VanVan 125 is a rugged motorcycle designed with versatility in mind. It features a retro style that gives it a pretty unique look that reminds us about the old school motorcycles.
At its heart lies a 125cc, four stroke, air-cooled, OHC, fuel injected engine that is paired with a six speed constant mesh transmission. The engine is fed by a 6.5litres (1.4 UK gallons) fuel tank.
As far as ergonomics are concerned the Suzuki VanVan 125 is equipped with a comfy low seat, a classic handlebar and an integrated luggage rack.
The Suzuki VanVan 125 rides on a pair of retro spoked wheels wrapped in 130/80-18 M/C 66P front and 180/80-14 M/C 78P rear tube type tyres. The stopping power is assured by a front disc paired with a rear drum.
The Suzuki VanVan 125 can be your for £3,149.
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The Suzuki C-Storm 1000 is a modern sport-adventure bike that loves twisty roads and long journeys.
Jump on its comfortable seat and you’ll be met by an ergonomically designed handlebar with handguards, a small windscreen and a modern instrument panel.
As you fire up the 996 cc, 4-stroke, liquid-cooled, DOHC, 90-degree V-twin engine you are assaulted by an impressive amount of power which is kept in leash by a 6-speed constant mesh transmission. The engine is mounted on a lightweight yet rigid aluminum twin-spar frame which is paired with a modern swingarm.
The Suzuki V-Strom 1000 sits on front 110/80 R19 M/C 59H and rear 150/70 R17 M/C 69H, tubeless tires that are paired with an advanced suspension system for a sharp steering and first class stability.
The Suzuki V-Strom 1000 is offered with a starting price of $10,399.
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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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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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The 2013 Suzuki V-Storm 650A ABS is a sporty motorcycle designed with comfort and ergonomy in mind. The motorcycle is propelled by a capable 645cc, v-twin engine which features outstanding performance in low-to mid rpm. The engine is brought to life by an electric starter and is paired with a 6-speed transmission.
The engine is mounted on a lightweight and rigid twin-spar aluminum-alloy frame which is combined with a modern swingarm.
As far as suspensions are concerned, the V-Strom 650 ABS features 5-way spring-preload-adjustable 43mm-telescopic front forks with 5.9 inches of travel. Out back there is a link-type rear suspension with 6.3 inches of travel, stepless rebound damping adjuster and 5-way spring preload adjuster.
The stopping power is handled by front dual 310mm-disc brakes and rear a 260mm-disc brake combined with a capable ABS system.
The 2013 Suzuki V-Strom 650A ABS is offered with a starting price of $8,499.
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The Suzuki GS500F was developed to deal great with both urban driving and long journeys. Featuring a comfortable, ergonomic and sporty design, the bike is ready to give you a unique experience every time you jump on the saddle.
Power comes from a 487cm3, DOHC, parallel-twin engine with compact and low-maintenance design, mated on a six speed constant mesh transmission. Transistorized electronic ignition and precise carburetion help keep the engine running efficiently, and deliver a generous torque at low rpm.
The engine is paired with a two-into-one exhaust system which assures a good power delivery and gives the bike a unique sound signature. Moreover, Suzuki’s Pulsed-secondary AIR-injection (PAIR) system effectively keeps emissions low.
The ride quality is assured by front telescopic forks and a rear monoshock absorber. There is also available a seven-way preload adjuster for the rear suspension.
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The high and mighty always seem to have a way of reinventing themselves in a way that takes their name to a new level. If there was ever a bike that could lay claim to that, it’s the 2012 Suzuki V-Strom 1000. It’s got one of the most powerful engines on the market and, with that, has made a name for itself for itself as one of the most popular Suzuki bikes on the market today.
A lot of the cruiser’s popularity can be attributed to its 996cc liquid-cooled, Suzuki fuel-injected, 90-degree V-twin engine with four valves per cylinder, dual-overhead cams, and oil. This set-up not only provides exceptional low-end and mid-range torque for exhilarating performance, but also does it in a manner that makes every one of its competitors wince in terror. The V-Strom 1000’s impressive credentials allow riders to tap into an unspeakable power in every gear.
Joining the V-Strom 1000’s mighty powertrain is its impeccable handling capabilities, thanks in large part to a lightweight, compact, and rigid aluminum twin-spar frame and swingarm. Cartridge-style 43mm front forks with adjustable preload provides 6.3" of wheel travel allow for a comfortable ride while a link-type rear suspension featuring 6.3" of wheel travel and a piggyback-style shock absorber with adjustable rebound damping and a knob-operated hydraulic preload adjuster add to its handling capabilities.
As far as accessories are concerned, the V-Strom 1000 gets its fair share, including nylon Givi-style panniers, a top box, aluminum side cases large enough to fit a full-coverage helmet, a rugged accessory engine bar, and an adjustable windscreen.
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The 2012 Suzuki V-Strom 650 ABS was built with the idea of being the "Comfortable Adventure Tourer." Thanks to across-the-board improvements done on the bike by Suzuki, you could make a case that it’s become more than what it was being described to be.
Of the many new elements given to the 2012 model of the V-Strom 650 ABS, the most notable is arguably its new 645cc V-Twin engine that features broad torque delivery, signature V-Twin power pulses, and sporty quick-revving high rpm range power surges for full-range riding enjoyment. The V-Strom’s new engine also comes with a high-speed 32-bit ECU that controls Suzuki Dual Throttle Valve (SDTV) system, contributing to enhanced low-to-mid rpm range torque, a linear throttle response and lower emissions for a bike that performs as well as it does. Joining the V-Strom 650’s impressive new powertrain is a six-speed transmission that’s been tailored for active sporty rides with a tighter 1st through 5th gear ratios.
Meanwhile, handling is also a key ingredient in the V-Strom 650 ABS concoction, beginning with a lightweight and rigid twin-spar aluminum-alloy frame and swingarm, all of which contribute to smooth handling performance and excellent stability at high-speeds. The bike also features 5-way spring-preload-adjustable 43mm-telescopic front forks with 5.9" of travel working with a link-type rear suspension with 6.3" of wheel travel, stepless rebound damping adjuster, and a 5-way spring preload adjuster that can be adjusted by simply turning a knob, allowing the rider to set the ride depending on his taste and preferences.
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In 2010, Suzuki carries on producing their big boy models without any changes apart from the ones involving color schemes and the C50 series is no exception from the rule. Not heavily refined, but enough to make a difference are the base model, the C50T and the Special Edition one, all with something special to offer.
Suzuki is set to write long history pages with the help of two Boulevard models that have been launched a couple of years ago, but only now achieve the notoriety they truly deserve. Meanwhile, the C109R and C109RT have carried on as 2010 model years, but remain the same massive bikes with great road performance and will most likely change only color schemes in the future as they do now. A little more special, the new Touring model gets white wall tires and passenger floorboards to mark the pass.
Classic cruisers are less likely to go out of fashion and implicit out of production as long as there are enough guys that prefer classic jeans, leather jackets and helmets instead of leather interiors and fancy onboard computers. That’s what Suzuki reckons and some of the best proofs of this fact are the 2009 Boulevard C90 and C90T models which keep on going in the style that consecrated the VL 1500 Intruder more than a decade ago.