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Suzuki Trojan

Suzuki Trojan

4.4 from 5 reviews

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Chris P

Chris PMetropolitan Adelaide, SA

  • 18 reviews

Suzukis XR


Had one of these in Europe. Low down torque and soft suspension makes it more road orientated. Should have a 6th gear. More trail than ag bike. Settles around 120km/hr and most comfortable around 80.

Good ergos but braking is average. Needs regular chain and oil. Takes a thrashing with dignity. Doesn't drink petrol. Bolt everything down every 10K clicks. Steering could be heavier, rear brake has little feedback. Oil cooled.

Fun cheap small road trail. Value for money, light and easy to ride. Teaches you to ride cause it's forgiving and easy to pick up. Nowhere near a crosser but one of the best positioned low displacement dual sports. Hasn't been around forever for nothing.

Date PurchasedJan 1998

Great farm bike


Very reliable bike we've had it for 12 years and it has over 7500km on the clock, the only thing replaced is the battery. The seat cover now needs replacing but would buy the same bike tomorrow. Head light is bright and the bike is comfortable, a higher gear would be good for road trips. Blue is a better colour than White though.

Date PurchasedOct 2005

Good little bike


just purchased a new DR200 suzuki Trojan to replace two Chinese built bikes , chalk and cheese difference Suzuki is built well! starts easy even from cold , idles smooth , light clutch very smooth gear shift and pulls better than the 250cc shineray Chinese bike, low seat height makes getting on and off a breeze ,little bike to handle ,and does not want to chug at low speed herding cattle , head light is bright so going across the paddock at night no problem comfy in the seat good all rounder ,Very happy with this bike



  • 3 reviews



Suzuki Trojan


Had my bike for approx 2500 km and so far has given me no trouble. It will get about 100km down the bitumen. it is good when sitting behind dairy cows as it is geared low so minimal clutching. the bike is very comfortable when riding over rough ground which is common on a dairy farm.
Fuel efficient, slightly cheaper than Honda and Yamaha, comfortable, good night vision
Needs a sixth gear for road travel, 120 km/h top speed for highway driving

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