Release date: May 2004
The Burgman's Computerised Suzuki Electronically-controlled Continuously Variable Transmission (SECVT) offers three modes, two fully-automatic modes (Normal and Power) and manual mode. The manual transmission mode features six predetermined CVT ratios which are easily selected using convenient Up and Down buttons on the handlebar.
- Burgman 650 Executive
- Burgman 650
- Burgman 400 ABS
- Burgman 250
Gazza posted this on Mar 12, 2014
I am wondering if there are others out there who might enjoy a ride together - especially in Gippsland .
Its a bit frustrating that engine access is terrible - but Im not expecting to have to do anything.
I will sit back and enjoy . I have ordered a backrest [USA] and Laminar-lip [england].
Keeping the revs to under 4000 is a challenge ; I am not a speedster.But it will be great to sensibly 'open it up'.
+ Very clean straight forward lines - so easy to ride.
grell63 posted this on Mar 05, 2014
+ Comfortable, reliable, easy to ride, economical, good looking: ticks all the boxes
- Sidestand cut-out switch, a little heavy at low speed or stopped, time consuming to home service
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rixnrex posted this on Jan 13, 2014
The Auto is great for around town The Power is great for hills or when you need that little bit of extra power. The Manual is great for long rides as mine seems to use less fuel than on Auto. 2 Trip meters also calculate use. I'm averaging 19 litres per 100 k's at present. Seb at CMCC was excellent to deal with.
+ Seating, storage, trip meters, electric mirrors and windshield.
- Left hand mirror is badly positioned.
Lou2Loops posted this on Jun 23, 2013
+ Improved front storage area. New placement of 12 charging socket. Possibly more durable petrol flap.
- The shrunken under seat storage. The mirrors. The parking brake placement. Colour choice. Screen size.
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TroyB posted this on Jun 12, 2013
- That stupid plastic cover over the electrics under the left glovebox always comes off.
Robin93 posted this on Jan 06, 2013
+ performance, reliability, low centre of gravity, excellent low speed charactorists, high speed stability. quiet, even without ear plugs
- seat not as comfy as it looks. Ride is a bit harsh.
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