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 27 Best Suzuki Superbikes and Adventure Touring Motorcycles for Sale in South Africa (2020)

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2020 CVO™ LIMITED

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  • 4-stroke, 4 cylinder, liquid-cooled, DOHC engine
  • 6-speed constant mesh transmission
  • Seat Height – 810mm

Overview:

Experience a breathtaking combination of outstanding engine performance, nimble handling, compact size and light weight.

  • 17L Fuel Tank
  • Electronic ignition (transistorised)
  • Showa Big Piston Front-fork (BPF) inverted front suspension system
78

out of 100 score.

Pro'sCon's
✔️ Crisp performance❌ Limited electronic riding aids
✔️ Riding dynamics❌ Pillion comfort

Our Honest Review: It handles like a 600 and at top speed it accelerates like a litre bike (almost). It offers great handling and easy to dial-in suspension.

Suzuki Hayabusa

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  • 1340cc Engine
  • Weight – 266 KG
  • 21L Fuel tank capacity
  • 4 cylinder engine

Overview:

The Suzuki Hayabusa is, and always will be, the ultimate sports bike. Engineered to perform like a heavy-weight boxer, the Suzuki Hayabusa is muscular yet surprisingly agile.

  • Seat height – 805mm
  • 6 speed constant mesh transmission
  • 12.5:1 compression ratio
91

out of 100 score.

Pro'sCon's
✔️ Superb performance❌ Slightly dated styling
✔️ Ride quality❌ Limited features

Our Honest Review: The Hayabusa is actually a very comfortable motorcycle to ride and the look of it is so unique, you would expect to see it in a showroom. It also makes for a great touring bike option.

Suzuki GSX-R1000/R

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  • Max Torque – 117 Nm
  • 999CC Engine
  • 203 Kg (weight)
  • 16L Fuel tank capacity

Overview:

It is a machine designed to turn a simple expression of what really matters –Run, Turn, Stop –into the powerful combination of acceleration, cornering, and breaking that makes this the most awesome GSX-R ever produced.

  • Motion Track TCS (Traction Control System) allows the rider to select from 10 different levels of traction control intervention
  • Fuel Injection
  • Electronic ignition
  • Wet sump lubrication syste
89

out of 100 score.

Pro'sCon's
✔️ Looks and design❌ Extraordinarily big exhaust
✔️ Performance

Our Honest Review: This retains the spirit of the GSX-R – just much more refined and advanced. It isn’t lightest to handle yet still - perfectly balanced. The perfect 1000cc addition to any motorcycle collection!

Suzuki Katana

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  • 999cc Engine
  • Weight – 215kg
  • 12L Fuel tank capacity
  • Seat height – 825mm

Overview:

The Suzuki Katana – Powerful performance optimally balanced with controllability, riding ease and comfort.

  • 4 stroke, 4 cylinder, liquid cooled, DOHC Engine Type
  • 6 speed constant mesh transmission
  • 12.2:1 Compression ratio
90

out of 100 score.

Pro'sCon's
✔️ Strong Motor❌ Standard suspension set-up
✔️ Striking looks❌ Dash display

Our Honest Review: An engaging ride in short blasts, but I expected much more at this price. I am very disappointed in this purchase and I am pretty sure I could have gotten a discount bike at a special price for sale, which offered me more. I will definitely do my homework and look for better deals in future.

Suzuki S1000-GSX

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  • 4-stoke, 4-cylinder, liquid cooled, DOHC
  • 6 speed constant mesh
  • 810 Seat Height

Overview:

The Suzuki S1000-GSX is a motorcycle built for real word excitement.  Best when taken to the streets – Smooth, controlled handling and dynamic, fast acceleration.

  • 140 mm Ground clearance
  • Liquid-cooled oil cooler
  • Round-shaped radiator
85

out of 100 score.

Pro'sCon's
✔️ Three-mode traction control system❌ Styling could have been better.
✔️ Great riding dynamics

Our Honest Review: Style, speed and comfort come to Gauteng roads thanks to this model. I honestly think this is one of the best bikes available for sale in South Africa today! Either way, it is at the top of my list.

Suzuki GSX150A

6 1
  • 4-stoke, 1-cylinder, air cooled, OHC
  • 6 speed transmission
  • 12L fuel tank capacity

Overview:

With bold and sporty looks, and technology and engineering knowledge that is a step ahead from the rest, the Suzuki GSX150A is a brilliant mix between sport, street and road bike.

  • Telescopic, coil spring, oil damped front suspension
  • Swing arm type, coil spring, oil damped back suspension
92

out of 100 score.

Pro'sCon's
✔️ Ultra-lightweight engine❌ Expensive in its class
✔️ Bold and sporty graphics

Our Honest Review: This bike is light enough for woman (like me) to handle but doesn’t look girly at all ( for men who were wondering). I use it for both commuting and weekend touring – a two in one bike find.

Suzuki GSX-150F

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  • 4-stoke, 1-cylinder, air cooled
  • 5 speed MT transmission
  • 12L fuel tank capacity

Overview:

With bold and sporty looks, and technology and engineering knowledge that is a step ahead from the rest, the Suzuki GSX150A is a brilliant mix between sport, street and road bike.

  • Telescopic front suspension
  • Swing arm , Mono back suspension
92

out of 100 score.

Pro'sCon's
✔️ Powerful engine❌ No ABS
✔️ Sporty riding position

Our Honest Review: If I had to do it all over again – I would definitely buy the Suzuki GSX-150F again. I read all the reviews before I made my final choice and this is not only ‘cheap’ in its class, it offers you more than you bargained for. New, used, second hand (pre owned) – this will stay one of the best deals to make.

Suzuki VanVan RV125

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  • 4-stoke, 1-cylinder, air cooled, SOHC
  • 6 speed constant mesh transmission
  • 6.5L fuel tank capacity

Overview:

The Suzuki VanVan RV125 with its distinctive retro look is perfect for the urban adventurer and has turned into a cult classic.  The VanVan stands out in any crowd.

  • Telescopic, coil spring, oil damped front suspension
  • Swing arm , coil spring, oil damped back suspension
  • Seat height – 770mm
  • Curb mass – 128kg
78

out of 100 score.

Pro'sCon's
✔️ Great retro style❌ Limited top speed
✔️ Very comfortable ride❌ Very basic equipment

Our Honest Review: The Suzuki VanVan RV125 is really a great little bike in the retro style ‘series’. It's comfortable, unique looking and will always have a place in my garage. The accessories like luggage hooks, makes it perfect as a travel bike. My VanVan still has low mileage on the clock – so more weekend drives will happen soon! Even if you can get this beauty 2nd hand, go for it.

Suzuki VanVan RV200

9 1
  • 4-stoke, 1-cylinder, air cooled, SOHC
  • 5 speed constant mesh transmission

Overview:

The VanVan 200 with its relaxed low-and-long styling design invites you to run free with your imagination.  Thick tires with a dynamic tread pattern to get you smoothly across beachfront paths or countryside back roads. a Neat, compact riding package ready for action and dedicated to the spirit of freedom.

  • Telescopic, coil spring, oil damped front suspension
  • Swing arm , coil spring, oil damped back suspension
  • Seat height – 770mm
  • Curb mass – 128kg
68

out of 100 score.

Pro'sCon's
✔️ Broad tires❌ Suspension
✔️ Very comfortable seating

Our Honest Review: The Suzuki VanVan RV200 is retro-tastic. This is a perfect adventure bike, taking on tar and gravel with the same gusto. I love it!

V-STROM 1050/XT

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  • 4-stroke, liquid-cooled, DOHC, 90˚ V-twin
  • 6 speed constant mesh transmission
  • 6.5L fuel tank capacity

Overview:

Suzuki builds on its new retro V-Strom 1050 platform to produce the even more capable V-Strom 1050XT. The 1050 XT has an improved electronics suite along with its enhanced engine performance and classic looks.

  • Telescopic, oil damped front suspension
  • Link type, single shock, coil spring, oil damped
  • Seat height – 855 mm
  • Curb mass – 236 kg
68

out of 100 score.

Pro'sCon's
✔️ New cruise control system❌ High priced
✔️

Our Honest Review: Adventure bikes just ain’t my thing, but I can still appreciate the engineering behind this model. Suzuki keeps raising the bar with its V-Strom line, and this model certainly doesn’t disappoint. After my ‘test ride’ I would recommend it to those with an adventurous spirit!

SUZUKI Boulevard M90 (VZ1500)

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  • 4-stroke, 2-cylinder, liquid-cooled, SOHC
  • 5 speed constant mesh transmission
  • 18.0L fuel tank capacity

Overview:

The Suzuki Boulevard M90 (Vz1500) has the powerful, throaty rumble of a big V-Twin but the long, low, laid-back look of a performance cruiser.  The Suzuki Boulevard M90 (Vz1500) combines classic styling with class-leading torque, a comfortable ride, fuel-efficiency, modern suspension and brakes.

  • Inverted telescopic, coil spring, oil damped front suspension
  • Link type, coil spring, oil damped rear suspension
  • Seat height – 716 mm
71

out of 100 score.

Pro'sCon's
✔️ Gorgeous Look❌ No Traction control
✔️ Robust Power❌ No ABS

Our Honest Review: With a seat height of 716mm it is perfect for short people! Finally, a gorgeous machine ready for everybody to enjoy! Recommend!

V-Strom 650XT

12 1
  • 4-stroke, 2-cylinder, liquid- cooled, DOHC, 90° V-twin
  • 6 speed constant mesh transmission
  • 20L fuel tank capacity

Overview:

The Suzuki V-Strom 650XT is equipped with some of the most advanced rider technology available. The Suzuki V-Strom 650XT offers up generous low-to-mid-range torque for practical use while maintaining an exhilarating top-end.

  • Telescopic, coil spring, oil damped front suspension
  • Link type, coil spring, oil damped rear suspension
  • Seat height – 835 mm
80

out of 100 score.

Pro'sCon's
✔️ Smooth gutsy engine❌ Front-on styling
✔️ Excellent handling❌ Need tools to adjust screen

Our Honest Review: As long as you don’t expect ‘cornering at high speeds’ or ‘GP bikes’ from this baby, you will keep falling in love with what it offers. It is so comfortable for long distances and it handles surprisingly well! Recommend!

Suzuki Boulevard M50 (Vz800)

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  • 4-stroke, 2-cylinder, liquid- cooled, SOHC
  • 5 speed constant mesh transmission
  • 15.5L fuel tank capacity

Overview:

The Suzuki Boulevard M50 (Vz800) offers a cutting-edge performance-cruiser look that features sleek lines and gleaming details and a advanced fuel-injected 805cm3 V-Twin delivering robust, responsive power.

  • Telescopic, coil spring, oil damped front suspension
  • Link type, coil spring, oil damped rear suspension
  • Seat height – 700 mm
80

out of 100 score.

Pro'sCon's
✔️ Sleek, muscular look❌ Stiff price in class
✔️

Our Honest Review: The Suzuki Boulevard M50 (Vz800) is excellence and it offers gorgeous Optional Accessories like custom seats and engine guards for the avid collector! Low km’s won’t be a problem with this bike – you wouldn’t want to get off of it!

Suzuki Boulevard C50 (Vl800)

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  • 4-stroke, 2-cylinder, liquid- cooled, SOHC
  • 5 speed constant mesh transmission
  • 15.5L fuel tank capacity

Overview:

The Suzuki Boulevard C50 (Vl800) has a throaty rumble with refined efficiency. A Laid-back riding style, plush comfort, rich paintwork, glittering chrome and precision engineering makes every inch crafted to deliver an irresistible combination of genuine,  traditional cruiser experience and refined modern technology.

  • Telescopic, coil spring, oil damped front suspension
  • Link type, coil spring, oil damped rear suspension
  • Seat height – 700 mm
68

out of 100 score.

Pro'sCon's
✔️ Great handling❌ Design let down
✔️

Our Honest Review: What a comfortable ride. It's zippy enough to get out difficulty if required and gutsy enough for general riding. A True find.

Suzuki Boulevard C90/T (Vl1500b/T/Bt)

15 1
  • 4-stroke, 2-cylinder, liquid- cooled, SOHC
  • 5 speed constant mesh transmission
  • 18L fuel tank capacity

Overview:

The Suzuki Boulevard C50 (Vl800) has a throaty rumble with refined efficiency. A Laid-back riding style, plush comfort, rich paintwork, glittering chrome and precision engineering makes every inch crafted to deliver an irresistible combination of genuine,  traditional cruiser experience and refined modern technology.

  • Telescopic, coil spring, oil damped front suspension
  • Link type, coil spring, oil damped rear suspension
  • Seat height – 720 mm
71

out of 100 score.

Pro'sCon's
✔️ Excellent Price❌ No ABS
✔️

Our Honest Review: I think this is a decent tour bike. The pricey bells and whistles are absent, but so is the pricey price. Attractive if you’re on a budget and looking for a tour bike.

Suzuki Boulevard S40 (Ls650b)

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  • 4-stroke, 1-cylinder, liquid- cooled, SOHC
  • 5 speed constant mesh transmission
  • 10L fuel tank capacity

Overview:

The Suzuki Boulevard S40‘s high torque, produced by its powerful engine, is fully utilized by a wide 5-speed transmission and low-maintenance belt drive.  A narrow frame, teardrop-shape tank, and lots of chrome complete the custom-cruiser look.

  • Telescopic, coil spring, oil damped front suspension
  • Swing arm type, coil spring, oil damped rear suspension
  • Seat height – 700 mm
85

out of 100 score.

Pro'sCon's
✔️ Excellent Price❌ Low-tech suspension and brakes
✔️

Our Honest Review: The Suzuki Boulevard S40 is a great first bike, not too powerful and offers great gas mileage.

V-Strom 250

17 1
  • 4-stroke, 2-cylinder, liquid- cooled, SOHC
  • 6 speed constant mesh transmission
  • 17.3L fuel tank capacity

Overview:

The Suzuki V-Strom 250 is equipped with some of the most advanced rider technology available. The Suzuki V-Strom 250 offers up generous low-to-mid-range torque for practical use while maintaining an exhilarating top-end.

  • Telescopic, coil spring, oil damped front suspension
  • Swingarm type, coil spring, oil damped rear suspension
  • Seat height – 835 mm
84

out of 100 score.

Pro'sCon's
✔️ Smooth gutsy engine❌ Front-on styling
✔️ Excellent handling❌ Need tools to adjust screen

Our Honest Review: As long as you don’t expect ‘cornering at high speeds’ or ‘GP bikes’ from this baby, you will keep falling in love with what it offers. It is so comfortable for long distances and it handles surprisingly well! Recommend!

Suzuki GSX-R125

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  • 4-stroke, 1 cylinder, liquid-cooled, DOHC engine
  • 6-speed constant mesh transmission
  • Seat Height – 785mm

Overview:

The Suzuki GSX-R125 has the best power-to-weight ratio and acceleration in the 125cm3 class coupled with excellent handling and great fuel economy.  With aerodynamic bodywork, lower seat height, multi-function LCD instrument, vertically stacked LED headlights and a key-less, one push starting system, the Suzuki GSX-R125 stays a step ahead.

  • 11L Fuel Tank
  • Electric Starter system / Fuel injection system
  • Telescopic, coil spring, oil damped – front suspension
  • Link type, coil spring, oil damped – rear suspension
84

out of 100 score.

Pro'sCon's
✔️ Sport bike handling at an entry-level price❌ Lacks in comfort over long distances
✔️ Great choice for new riders thanks to excellent handling❌ Low seat may prove to be uncomfortable
for tall riders

Our Honest Review: The Suzuki GSX-R125 offers excellent handling and is so cheap to run. The size is perfect if you are a first-time rider (and the seat height work well for short people) and it offers dual purpose as commute transportation.

Suzuki SV650

18 1
  • 4-stroke, 2 cylinder, liquid-cooled, DOHC engine
  • 6-speed constant mesh transmission
  • Seat Height – 785mm

Overview:

The Suzuki SV650 is well suited to both urban roads and the racetrack, making it a riders ‘go anywhere’ dream bike.  With a remarkable, light weight of only 196kg*, handling and manoeuvring the Suzuki SV650 is a sheer joy.*ABS equipped model is 198kg

  • 5L Fuel Tank
  • Fuel injection – fuel system
  • Telescopic, coil spring, oil damped – front suspension
  • Link type, coil spring, oil damped, spring preload adjustable – rear suspension
81

out of 100 score.

Pro'sCon's
✔️ Comfortable riding position❌ Not all models are equipped with ABS
✔️ Power output

Our Honest Review: The Suzuki SV650 is arguably the best motorcycle for many people, including myself. If you are nervous about 'outgrowing' your bike too fast, then the SV650 is a great choice.

Suzuki SV650X

20 1
  • 4-stroke, 2 cylinder, liquid-cooled, DOHC engine
  • 6-speed constant mesh transmission
  • Seat Height – 790mm

Overview:

If you’re looking to get out on the road on a sporty bike with café racer styling, look no further than Suzuki’s SV650X. With its smooth-revving V-Twin engine tucked into a slim and lightweight trellis frame, the SV650X combines power and agility with classic café racer looks.

  • 14.5L Fuel Tank
  • Fuel injection – fuel system
  • Telescopic, coil spring, oil damped, spring preload adjustable – front suspension
  • Link type, coil spring, oil damped, spring preload adjustable – rear suspension
68

out of 100 score.

Pro'sCon's
✔️ Café racer styling with nose cone❌ Lacking in suspension / brakes
✔️ 75bhp liquid-cooled V-twin❌ Not comfortable for short riders

Our Honest Review: The Suzuki SV650 is a really nice bike. The seat is much more comfortable than it looks. It is pretty safe to say that the new SV650X comes out well ahead in its class.

Suzuki DR-Z400SM

21 1
  • 4-stroke, 1 cylinder, liquid-cooled, DOHC engine
  • 5-speed constant mesh transmission
  • Seat Height – 890mm

Overview:

The Suzuki DR-Z400SM is an exhilarating, cutting-edge dual purpose bike that captures the essence of free-spirited street riding pleasure.  It is fun to ride, whatever street, boulevard or highway you’re headed for.

  • 10L Fuel Tank
  • Inverted telescopic, coil spring, oil damped – front suspension
  • Link type, coil spring, oil damped – rear suspension
70

out of 100 score.

Pro'sCon's
✔️ Bigger engine lets you go at higher speeds than smaller dual sports❌ Heavy
✔️ Naked and therefore won't get damaged much in the case of a drop❌ Very high seat – not for short riders

Our Honest Review: The Suzuki DR-Z400SM is supposedly a duel bike BUT it isn’t comfortable at all as a street bike, but it is road worthy enough to take you 80 km or so. I mean, it is road worthy enough, but not comfort-wise.

Suzuki GSX250R

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  • 4-stroke, 2 cylinder, liquid-cooled, SOHC engine
  • 6-speed constant mesh transmission
  • Seat Height – 790mm

Overview:

The Suzuki GSX250R is styled with sleek, flowing lines and a sporty appearance true to the Suzuki sport bike heritage.

  • 4L Fuel Tank
  • Inverted telescopic, coil spring, oil damped – front suspension
  • Swingarm type, coil spring, oil damped – rear suspension
75

out of 100 score.

Pro'sCon's
✔️ Moto GP colour scheme❌ Lacks performance in its class
✔️

Our Honest Review: The Suzuki GSX250R is definitely a good trainer in my humble opinion. It is comfortable, punctual, and very useable—a solid choice if you don't mind taking a bit of a hit in the horsepower area.

Suzuki TU250X

23 1
  • 4-stroke, 1-cylinder, air-cooled, SOHC
  • 5-speed constant mesh transmission
  • Seat Height – 770mm

Overview:

This classically styled Suzuki TU250X comes with spoke wheels, a round headlight and a low-slung tapered muffler that creates a stunning retro-look. At its heart is a modern, fuel-injected single-cylinder Suzuki TU250X engine to complete the package.

  • 12.0L Fuel Tank
  • Telescopic, coil spring, oil damped – front suspension
  • Swingarm type, coil spring, oil damped – rear suspension
84

out of 100 score.

Pro'sCon's
✔️ Single cylinder engine that is fuel injected❌ Underpowered
✔️ Light weight, lots of fun, Inexpensive, Potential to mod it to a scrambler, Classic looks❌ Not great for the freeways

Our Honest Review: The Suzuki TU250X is one of the best buys in the ‘250 class’. If you want something with a classic look, check out this bike. The Suzuki TU250X is fun, inexpensive and perfect for beginners.

Suzuki Boulevard M109R

24 1
  • 4-stroke, 2-cylinder, air-cooled, SOHC
  • 5-speed constant mesh transmission
  • Seat Height – 705mm

Overview:

The Suzuki Boulevard M109R is a combination of the latest high-performance technology and unique style.

  • 5L Fuel Tank
  • Inverted telescopic, coil spring, oil damped – front suspension
  • Link type, coil spring, oil damped – rear suspension
84

out of 100 score.

Pro'sCon's
✔️ Gorgeous style design❌ Foot Pegs need improvement
✔️

Our Honest Review: The Suzuki Boulevard M109R is more ideal as a second or third bike for someone that already has a sport or a touring bike. It has a big engine, enormous pistons and over the top looks.

Suzuki Intruder M1800R

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  • 19.5L Fuel tank capacity
  • 5.2L Reserve fuel capacity
  • Self-start starting mechanism

Overview:

The Suzuki Intruder M1800R has been one of the most successful cruiser bikes in across the globe. The Suzuki Intruder M1800R is powered by 1783cc V-Twin engine that produces 127bhp and 160Nm of torque.

  • Max Power – 127bhp @ 6200rpm
  • Max Torque – 160Nm @ 3200rpm
  • 1783 cc Engine
76

out of 100 score.

Pro'sCon's
✔️ Proven mechanicals and rugged durability❌ Heavy weight
✔️ Pleasing, unintimidating all-round performance❌ Over heights

Our Honest Review: The Suzuki Intruder M1800R is a stunner in looks but everything is else on this bike is below expected and needs major improvement. It truly feels like an intruder.

Suzuki Gixxer

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  • 12L Fuel tank capacity
  • Wet multiplate clutch
  • Self-start starting mechanism

Overview:

The Suzuki Gixxer is a 154.9 cc naked motorcycle from Suzuki. The bike was launched in September 2014. Its design is similar to the GSX-S1000.

  • Max Power – 9 bhp @ 8000 rpm
  • Max Torque – 14 Nm @ 6000 rpm
  • 154.9 cc Engine
80

out of 100 score.

Pro'sCon's
✔️ Single Channel ABS❌ No Low Oil Indicator
✔️ Ultra Light And Robust 155cc Engine With Sep Technology❌ No Low Battery Indicator

Our Honest Review: The Suzuki Gixxer is a good bike and is a tough contender in the 150 cc bike segment. The ABS as a standard feature is a nice touch.

Suzuki Boulevard M109R B.O.S.S.

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  • 110 Mph Top Speed
  • Electric Starter
  • Five-Speed Constant Mesh Manual

Overview:

The Suzuki Boulevard M109R B.O.S.S. carries forward into MY20 with its 109 cubic inch (1,783 cc) engine. B.O.S.S. stands for ’Blacked Out Special Suzuki’- great name for a power cruiser.

  • 46 mm Inverted telescopic fork/ 5.1 inches front suspension
  • Twin-Sided Swing Arm with link-type, oil-damped, coil spring/ 4.6 inches rear suspension
  • V-twin Engine
90

out of 100 score.

Pro'sCon's
✔️ Amazing sound❌ Not great for short riders
✔️

Our Honest Review: Having owned a few Suzuki bikes from my first GSX250, Intruder250, M50 to finally the M109R B.O.S.S. Undoubtedly the M109R B.O.S.S was the best decision I ever made and could not be happier with the choice.
When was Suzuki founded?

When was Suzuki founded?

Does Suzuki have a head office in South Africa?

Suzuki Auto South Africa

Linbro Business Park, Frankenwald, Johannesburg

What is Suzuki’s most popular bike?

Most popular models for Suzuki includes Access 125 (Rs 58,323), 2019 Gixxer (Rs 1 Lakh), Hayabusa (Rs 13.74 Lakh).

What is Suzuki’s fastest bike?

Hayabusa (GSX1300R) – a sport bike manufactured by Suzuki since 1999. With a top speed of 303 to 312 km/h (188 to 194 mph).

Can I buy my motorcycle on Superbikes.co.za?

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