fbpx
OEM

2023 Suzuki V-STROM 800DE Line and GSX-8S Pricing Announced

The bikes will arrive in May and June.

With the new year upon us, the all-new Suzuki V-STROM 800DE and GSX-8S are already making strong first impressions for 2023. 

All-new from the ground up, both models are equipped with advanced features at an affordable price point. Including the new 776cc parallel-twin powerplant, TFT display, Bi-directional Quick Shifter and modern inverted suspension, the GSX-8S and V-STROM 800DE are positioned to capitalize on the growing interest in the mid-size motorcycle market.

Expected arrival for the V-STROM 800DE and DE Adventure is set for May, while the GSX-8S will hit dealers shortly after in June.

The advanced, new, 776cc parallel-twin engine with 270-degree crankshaft configuration provides exciting power delivery while producing a unique and exciting exhaust note and helps to define a compact, purposeful new addition to Suzuki’s iconic line of products. 

With riders’ eager anticipation of this exciting new naked sport bike, the 2023 Suzuki GSX-8S is priced at $8,849.

The all-new 2023 V-STROM 800DE will be priced at $11,349 while the V-STROM 800DE Adventure comes in at $12,999 and includes quick-release black 37-liter aluminum side cases, plus a rugged accessory bar and aluminum skid pan for true off-road touring capability. For an adventure seeker who already plans on adding these welcomed accessories, the V-STROM 800DE Adventure provides a strong, accessorized platform up front. Both models offer incredible adventure touring performance and value.

Each 2023 V-STROM 800DE and GSX-8S models are ready to enhance your favorite ride, whether its off-road or on: exploring mountain curves or urban haunts. From the off-road capable V-STROM 800DE/Adventure bikes to the on-road naked GSX-8S, Suzuki riders have a lot to look forward to in 2023. 

You May Also Like

Harley-Davidson Kicks Off 120th Anniversary With Reveal of 2023 Motorcycles

Limited-edition anniversary models plus four new motorcycles.

Harley-Davidson 2023 models

A year-long celebration of 120 years of Harley-Davidson pride and craftsmanship was launched with the introduction of the first release of new models in the 2023 Harley-Davidson motorcycle lineup, including the CVO Road Glide Limited Anniversary model and six additional limited-edition motorcycles featuring exclusive 120th Anniversary commemorative paint, finishes and details. The 2023 offering from the world’s most desirable motorcycle brand includes a refreshed Harley-Davidson Breakout performance cruiser model, the exciting Road Glide 3 trike model, the new Nightster Special middleweight sport motorcycle and a restyled and blacked-out Freewheeler trike model.

Honda Announces Diverse Range of Returning Motorcycle Models

Eight 2023 models, including sport, standard, adventure, dual sport and cruiser categories, are represented.

The 2023 KTM 1290 SUPER ADVENTURE R

Orientated for hardcore off-road adventurers who want and need premium kit to level any landscape or terrain.

2023 KTM 1290 SUPER ADVENTURE R
The 2023 BMW R nineT 100 Years and R 18 100 Years Editions

Only 1,923 units will be available.

BMW R nineT 100 Years, BMW R 18 100 Years
2 Limited Editions of Ducati Panigale V4 Celebrate the World Titles of Francesco Bagnaia and Álvaro Bautisa

Only 260 units of the limited series bikes will be made in each model and they will be made unique by the rider’s original signature on the tanks.

Panigale V4 Limited Edition

Other Posts

Toni Elias and Teagg Hobbs Join Vision Wheel M4 ECSTAR Suzuki in MotoAmerica Competition

Elias comes back into racing and rookie Hobbs looks to make a leap in a new class.

Toni Elias, Teag Hobbs
Vance & Hines Shakes Up NHRA PSM Team

A young star is added to the team after an impressive debut in 2022.

Gaige Herrera
Beat the Cold with Wind Therapy and EagleRider

When you’re feeling stagnant, “wind therapy” is a fun exercise to get you out of that funk and break your routine.

Moto Morini Chooses AIMExpo for U.S. Market Launch

Moto Morini will be presenting at AIMExpo’s new Product Central stage on Feb. 15.

Moto Morini