2013 Suzuki DR-Z 400SM — Reviews, Prices and Specs at Motorcyclist Magazine

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Suzuki DR-Z 400 S

2013 Suzuki DRZ400SM

Suzuki DR-Z 400SM


Taking engineering and cues from dedicated machines, the 2013 Suzuki 400SM ably represents in the growing class of supermoto motorcycles, which bring the suspension, and riding position of capable motorcycles to fully machines. If necessary, supermotos are to blur the lines between the landscape and the great outdoors. looking for a comfortable motorcycle durability and agility in an urban that can keep going the pavement ends should no further.

Originally introduced in and based on the well-regarded on/off-road DR platform, the DR-Z 400SM has an seating position that plenty of room for the rider to wide and comfortably-placed motocross-inspired and 10.5 inches of ground Riders will immediately how the DR-Z 400SM’s off-road commands respect in traffic.

Situational awareness and forward are excellent and in many cases the is able to view traffic a vantage point higher most passenger cars, a benefit on crowded roadways. the DR-Z 400SM is pure with inverted, large-diameter, front Showa forks, Renthal handlebars, and blue RK Excel aluminum rims. The 400SM certainly looks the of dirt-inspired canyon carver, and the bodywork, it does not disappoint.

On the pavement, the DR-Z 400SM’s and sturdy single cylinder has been designed by Suzuki to plenty of power at low revolutions per (rpm), perfect for quick from stoplights and reliable, power on crowded streets. is handled by independently-operated front and hydraulic disc brakes.

fully-adjustable preload and rebound the DR-Z 400SM’s front and suspension can be tuned to deliver traction in any situation that on even the roughest streets. The motocross-style seat and rear provide space for passengers, and rear racks can offer for additional storage.

When it is time to leave the the DR-Z 400SM’s off-road also shines. Many of the of this machine were with light weight thus easy off-road in mind.

The single cylinder Suzuki Composite Electrochemical (SCEM), which reduces and allows for efficient heat the forged aluminum piston is ten lighter than similar pistons, and strong, lightweight alloys are used in key engine such as the clutch and camshaft Although dedicated off-road might require knobbier the standard 17-inch tires fully-replaceable tubes give the plenty of flexibility when it to tire choice. Full bodywork, durable vinyl optional handguards, and just in a highly useful tool kit in a pouch on the rear fender are all components for this functional

Whether it is a twisty dirt gravel fire road, high-speed sweepers, or downtown, will find that a motorcycle does it all well. DR-Z400SM has been at the front of the for years, and 2013 is no exception.

Suzuki DR-Z 400 S
Suzuki DR-Z 400 S

New For 2013

Front and rear sliders

Chrome-moly steel tuned for supermoto style with a bolt-on aluminum for weight savings and easy

Long-travel, fully adjustable Showa fork for complete and low unsprung weight

Vibration-reducing tapered aluminum handlebar

saving upgrades in the cylinder, clutch cover, valve and magneto covers

Anodized RK Excel aluminum

Suzuki DR-Z 400 S
Suzuki DR-Z 400 S
Suzuki DR-Z 400 S

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