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Suzuki Unveils Additional 2018 Motorcycles and ATVs

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Suzuki recently unveiled the all-new 2018 RM-Z450, and mentioned that they would announce additional 2018 motorcycles and ATVs soon. Wait no more! The company has continued its strong new model push with these 2018 motorcycles and ATVs, offering performance, value and style for U.S. riders that include the following:

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The 2018 GSX-S1000 ABS and GSX-S1000F models return with more horsepower and torque, and a new family member in the potent, blacked-out GSX-S1000Z. All-new for 2018 is Suzuki GSX-S1000Z. Take a GSX-S1000 ABS and punch up the horsepower from its GSX-R based engine, add in a new back-torque limiting clutch that smooths shifting and improve the braking performance to upgrade an excellent sport-standard motorcycle. MSRP $10,999, available in Matte Black, in dealers in July.

Like the GSX-S1000Z, the Suzuki GSX-S1000 ABS delivers more thrust for 2018 thanks to new crankcase ventilation holes so the engine delivers more horsepower and torque. Refined fuel injection mapping and the rider-adjustable Suzuki Advanced Traction Control System2 pushes power through a New Suzuki Clutch Assist System (SCAS) clutch and a smooth-shifting, six-speed transmission. Riders will be drawn to the aggressively styled, naked bodywork and low 32-inch seat height that contributes to the sporty, yet relaxed riding position. MSRP $10,799, available in Blue/Black, in dealers in July.

Ready to appeal to your customers who want a fully faired sportbike, the GSX-S1000F brings Suzuki performance to the street with a sharp-handling chassis that also supplies a comfortable riding position. Like the GSX-S1000Z, the 2018 GSX-S1000F is powered by an updated 999cc inline four-cylinder with increased power and torque. Riders will be dazzled by the deep coat of pearlescent white or blue/black paint laid on the GSX-S1000F’s full fairing and bodywork. A new, smoked windshield complements the brilliant bodywork. MSRP $11,299, available in White or Blue/Black, in dealers in July.

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The 2018 Suzuki TU250X4 delivers tradition and value in a stylish bike. With classic single-cylinder, air-cooled styling the 249cc SOHC engine runs flawlessly with an EFI system that is tuned for low-end torque that’s well-suited for city riding. The TU250X offers riding fun with an eye on economical ownership. MSRP $4,599, available in Black, in dealers in August.

The 2018 Suzuki VanVan remains a retro, funky machine that draws in admirers. The VanVan’s a dual-purpose bike, it’s a commuter bike, it’s a bike builder’s starting point, and it can reside on the tail of an RV ready to prowl a campground. MSRP $4,599, available in Red or Black, in dealer in August.

Joining the exciting new 2018 Suzuki RM-Z450 in the RM ARMY ranks are the 2018 RM-Z250 and RM85. Both of these popular racing motorcycles feature new competition inspired body panel colors, graphics and seat treatments to align perfectly with the all-new RM-Z450.

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The 2018 Suzuki RM-Z250 is an excellent choice for racers who want to create a championship-caliber bike. The engine and chassis work great stock and accept competition prep well thanks to a variety of features originally developed for Suzuki’s factory race bikes. The competition-proven Suzuki Holeshot Assist Control (S-HAC) gives riders the best shot at launching out of the starting gate first on a wide variety of track conditions, and the specialized KYB PSF2 Pneumatic Spring fork provides both easy adjustability. MSRP $7,749, available in Championship Yellow, in dealers in July.

The 2018 Suzuki RM85 employs the reliable 84.7cc liquid-cooled, reed-valve engine that produces smooth power at any RPM. The RM85 is the perfect motocross bike for anyone learning to race and striving to win! MSRP $4,149, available in Championship Yellow, in dealers in September.

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The 2018 RMX450Z, DR-Z125L and DR-Z70 return, also turned out with new accent colors and graphics on their championship yellow bodywork so they visually match with the striking new RM-Z450.

Ready for play or enduro competition, the 2018 Suzuki RMX450Z is powered by a fuel-injected engine derived from the RM-Z450. Every RMX450Z is EPA Emissions and California Green-sticker compliant so registration and finding appropriate riding areas is easy. The RMX450Z’s trail-ready features include an electric starter (plus kick-start back-up) powered by a compact battery, a full charging system, a multi-function enduro computer, plus a bright headlight and LED tail light. MSRP $8,999, available in Championship Yellow, in dealers in September.

The 2018 Suzuki DR-Z125L is powered by an ultra-reliable 124cc four-stroke single that delivers smooth power through a manual clutch and five-speed transmission. While riders are learning true throttle, clutch and shifting skills the DR-Z125L’s single-shock chassis with larger 19-inch front and 16-inch rear tires, as well as a front disc brake, deliver big bike performance to a size appropriate motorcycle. MSRP $3,249, available in Championship Yellow, in dealers in August.

The Suzuki 2018 DR-Z70 comes with an automatic clutch, 3-speed transmission and electric starting. This RM-Z inspired bike will help young riders build confidence. MSRP $1,849, available in Championship Yellow, in dealers in August.

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The DR-Z400S returns with a wide selection of dual purpose motorcycles for 2018. The DR200S, the DR650S, the DR-Z400S and DR-Z400SM SuperMoto are each distinctive by size, ability and value. The 2018 Suzuki DR650S features a reliable 644cc oil-cooled four-stroke single carried in a strong, steel frame. The cartridge-style fork and link-style rear suspension can tackle tough trails or urban roads. So a variety of riders can enjoy this motorcycle, the seat height can be significantly reduced (by the dealer using a Suzuki accessory kit). MSRP $6,549, available in White, in dealers in July.

The 2018 Suzuki DR200S is the affordable motorcycle that can tackle a dirt trail or be a street commuter that gets 88MPG3 with its reliable 199cc engine complete with push-button electric-starting, telescopic front forks, a 3.3 gallon tank, and abundant torque. MSRP $4,599, available in White or Yellow, in dealers in December.

The 2018 Suzuki DR-Z400S is the ideal dual purpose motorcycle for taking a ride down an off-road trail or a snaking ribbon of asphalt. MSRP $6,699, available in White, in dealers in July.

Suzuki’s 2018 SuperMoto DR-Z400SM is based on the DR-Z400S so it combines Supermotard style and features in a narrow, lightweight street-legal package. Always popular with riders, this bike brings off-road fun to paved roads. New black bodywork with fresh yellow and gray graphics plus gold anodized EXCEL wheel rims complement the motorcycle’s styling. MSRP $7,299, available in Black, in dealers in August.

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Suzuki’s Youth ATVs for 2018 are designed to match the rider with performance and size that won’t overwhelm them as they learn. Both the 2018 QuadSport Z50 and QuadSport Z90 are equipped with features that let adult supervisors control when the ATVs can be ridden and how much performance can be dialed in as the rider is developing skills.

The 2018 QuadSport Z50 is designed for adult-supervised riders age 6 and older and includes many features that make learning to ride a safe and fun experience. There is an emphasis on safety and adult control built into this Quad. The QuadSport Z50 features a throttle limiter to control engine output, a tether switch to remotely shut off the ignition, and a keyed main switch that prevents unauthorized use. Adjustable hand controls, an automatic transmission, full floorboards, and a low seat height make sure that beginning riders will enjoy active convenience and control. Helping families experience the fun of the outdoors and the joy of riding a Suzuki is what the QuadSport Z90 is all about. MSRP $2,049, available in Championship Yellow, in dealers in July.

The 2018 Suzuki QuadSport Z90 is for adult-supervised riders age 12 and older. New riders will appreciate convenient features like an automatic transmission and electric starter. An easy-to-set throttle limiter lets adults set the power level appropriately for young riders, and a keyed ignition switch makes sure there are no unauthorized rides. Like the QuadSport Z50, the Z90 is packed with quality, safety and style making it the perfect choice for young ATV riders to learn on. MSRP $2,949, available in Black/Yellow, available in dealers in July.

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The 2018 Suzuki KingQuad 400FSi features a five-speed manual-shift transmission and semi-automatic clutch for riders who favor sportier ATV performance. The fuel injected 376cc engine cranks out an impressive amount of torque and has an incredibly wide powerband for exceptional performance on the trail or on the job. Durable manual transmission with semi-automatic clutch lets the rider select how the power is delivered and it’s easy to select 2WD or 4WD via a handlebar-mounted lever. The engine also delivers outstanding fuel efficiency, clean emissions, and great performance. The KingQuad 400FSi is available in Flame Red or Terra Green body work with rugged front and rear cargo racks. MSRP $6,499, available in Red or Green, in dealers in September.

The 2018 Suzuki KingQuad 400ASi is ready when it comes time to take on chores or just get away from it all – this versatile ATV delivers performance and versatility every step of the way. The fully automatic Quadmatic transmission has two and four-wheel drive modes to handle rough trail conditions while completing even the most demanding chores. The air-and-oil cooled fuel-injected 376cc four-stroke; four-valve engine produces efficient power and drivability across the entire powerband. The KingQuad 400ASi is available in Flame Red or Terra Green body work. The KingQuad 400ASi CAMO has True Timber camouflage on the rugged fenders to help riders blend in when they don’t want to be seen. For 2018, the KingQuad 400ASi is also available in a Special Edition finish of Solid Matte Sword Black. MSRP $6,499 for Red or Green, $6,899 for CAMO, and $6,799 for Special Edition, in dealers in September.

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With a long list of technologically advanced features, the 2018 Suzuki KingQuad 500AXi is equally at home on rutted trails or helping folks take on tough jobs at the ranch. Its fuel injected, 493cc, liquid-cooled engine provides performance throughout the powerband with a strong mid- to high-end punch. The fully automatic Quadmatic transmission incorporates an advanced engine-braking system that minimizes free-wheeling with the throttle off and helps control the vehicle during steep descents. Easy, push-button controls let the rider choose between two-wheel drive, four-wheel drive or four-wheel drive with a locked differential to make getting out of hard spots, well, easy. Available in Flame Red or Terra Green, the KingQuad 500AXI is also offered in True Timber camouflage. MSRP $7,399 for Red or Green, and $7,999 for CAMO, in dealers in July.

The 2018 Suzuki KingQuad 500AXi Power Steering boasts the same advanced engine and chassis technology as the extraordinary KingQuad 500AXi. What riders will really appreciate is how the innovative, electronic power steering system reduces turning effort and damps vibration to the rider. Available in Flame Red, Terra Green, or True Timber camouflage the KingQuad 500AXi Power Steering is also available in a Special Edition finish of Solid Matte Sword Black. MSRP $8,299 for Red or Green, and $8,699 for CAMO, in dealers in July.

KingQuad 750

Taking advantage of Suzuki’s three-decades-plus experience with four-wheelers, the 2018 Suzuki KingQuad 750AXi is designed for  performance on the trail or on the job. Its 722cc, fuel-injected and liquid cooled engine features a twin-spark-plugs for quick starting in cold weather and strong overall performance. A large under-seat fuel tank keeps seat height low while the T-shaped seat delivers an extended, comfortable riding range. Mounted right on the handlebars is a pushbutton 2WD, 4WD or 4WD full-lock drive mode selector and an over-rev button that makes sure riders have the power they need to get the quad out of muddy, sticky situations. Available in Flame Red or Terra Green, the KingQuad 750AXi is also offered in True Timber camouflage. MSRP $8,599 for Red or Green, and $8,999 for CAMO, in dealers in July.

Suzuki says the 2018 KingQuad 750AXi Power Steering uses the same advanced engine and chassis technology as the KingQuad 750AXi. Additionally, with the electronic power steering effort being so light, this Quad has higher handlebars to increase the rider comfort. Available in Flame Red, Terra Green, or True Timber camouflage the KingQuad 750AXi Power Steering is also available in a Special Edition finish of Solid Matte Sword Black. MSRP $9,199 for Red or Green, $9,699 for CAMO, and $9,599 for Special Edition, in dealers in July.

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