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
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.
TroyB posted this on Jun 12, 2013
- That stupid plastic cover over the electrics under the left glovebox always comes off.
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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.
snookies posted this on Jul 26, 2012
+ Storage, weather protection, ease of use
- has a large body so isn't the best for lane splitting but I do it anyway by pulling the mirrors in
Mybah posted this on Jun 22, 2012
+ Too much to mention. But... reliable, powerful. Great dash and compartment. A gentle cruise at 10... Read more
- Expensive as far as scooters... but what you get for it....well!!!
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RustyB posted this on Jun 21, 2012
+ road presence
- Grips too small & seat is better with a backrest