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Suzuki Burgman AN650AL2

Suzuki Burgman AN650AL2

5.0 from 3 reviews

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    steve

    steve

    • 2 reviews
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    What A Top Ride

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    I bought a new 2015 Suzuki Burgman 650 matt gray (only one colour that year). I thought my Kymco 500 exciting was a good ride until I took this big mother for a test drive while my Kymco was getting service. I couldn't believe the way it handled around corners I wanted to find more, it is so well balanced. Having the mirrors on the front faring and not on the bars are a great advantage, it's big but it doesn't feel big until you take this machine on the highway that's when you get the looks as you fly along cruising at 120 kms (just a little over the speed limit) and there is more in the tank if you want to try (150 kms no problem). Love it!

    Kevin

    Kevinmelbourne

    • 6 reviews
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    Suzuki Burgman Executive 650 A1+++

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    rixnrex

    rixnrexTownsville, Queensland

    • 2 reviews
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    King of the Scooters

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    Heaps of storage under seat. Electric mirrors. Electric screen. Twin headlights. 3 modes - Auto, Power, Manual.
    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.

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    johno
    johno

    19 litres per 100? What is it a mack truck???

    Rix.56
    Rix.56

    Sorry Johno. I wrote it wrong. I meant 19 k's to a litre. I have since worked it out manually and it has been 22 k's per litre on average. That was averaged on a 3000+k ride around Tasmania.

    rixnrex
    rixnrex

    A further update - although a very comfortable scooter, it is very heavy at nearly 300 kgs wet. I am about to switch to a Vulcan S 650 which is around 80 Kgs lighter.

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