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Suzuki Introduces Its 2011 Line of Motorcycles and ATVs

Suzuki’s array of 2011 motorcycles and ATVs offers something for all riders. Whether a rider wants to cruise the open road, discover a new trail, commute to work or set a new lap record at the track – Suzuki has a 2011 motorcycle or ATV for every type of rider.

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Suzuki’s array of 2011 motorcycles and ATVs offers something for all riders. Whether a rider wants to cruise the open road, discover a new trail, commute to work or set a new lap record at the track – Suzuki has a 2011 motorcycle or ATV for every type of rider. 

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2011 is a hallmark year for Suzuki sportbikes. In addition to updates on the Hayabusa and GSX-R1000 sportbikes, the brand-new 2011 GSX-R750 and GSX-R600 models showcase the advanced technological features that have made the GSX-R line the race-winning choice of champions for over 25 years. 

The Suzuki lineup for 2011 introduces the all-new GSX1250FA model to its ranks. This 1255cc, four-stroke, four-cylinder, fuel-injected standard motorcycle offers riders unparalleled performance coupled with sportbike styling and a full wind-protective fairing. Joining the GSX1250FA to the 2011 Suzuki line is the TU250X– the fuel-injected 249cc four-stroke motorcycle that is geared for beginning riders.  

For 2011, Suzuki has updated their RM-Z motocross bikes. The RM-Z450 and RM-Z250 are high performance machines with Suzuki electronic fuel injection, Showa suspension and lightweight twin-spar aluminum frames.  

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Also new for 2011, Suzuki is introducing three dual-sport motorcycles. The DR650SE and DR-Z400S are versatile bikes that combine street performance and dirt bike handling, and the V-Strom 650 ABS – a lightweight bike with precise handling, and a powerful 645cc 4-stroke powerplant.  

Suzuki includes five new models in the cruiser category. The Boulevard line sees the addition of updated M109R and M109R Limited Edition models – the 1800cc power cruisers. Joining them is the C50T – a touring version of the C50 with twin leather saddle bags, studded seat with backrest and height-adjustable windshield. To include an entry-level model to the cruiser line, Suzuki is including the S40 model for 2011, which features a classic 650cc single-cylinder four-stroke engine design. Designed for riders to enjoy the simple pleasure and pure excitement of motorcycling, the S40 blends a combination of classic style, modern technology and a low price.

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New for 2011, the Burgman 400 ABS and Burgman 650 Executive scooters combine modern styling, convenience and full-size motorcycle performance for a ride that excels at daily commuting and highway touring. Featuring performance features like an Antilock Brake System (ABS) and Continuously Variable Automatic Transmission (CVT) along with convenient comfort features like spacious well-padded seats, a cavernous illuminated under-seat compartment, lidded storage compartments and an adjustable windshield – the 2011 Burgman 400 ABS and Burgman 650 Executive are comfortable and versatile rides for the city or the highway.  

Not limiting 2011 updates to two-wheels, Suzuki is introducing new and updated models to their Utility Sport KingQuad line. This includes performance upgrades like Suzuki fuel injection on the KingQuad 400ASi 4×4 and KingQuad 400FSi 4×4 models and style updates on the KingQuad 500 and 750 variations. These updates enhance the KingQuad line’s reputation as the toughest Utility Sport ATVs on the market – ready to conquer the toughest trails or cut the work day down to size. 

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For more information about Suzuki, visit www.suzukicycles.com.

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