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Suzuki AN 400 S

Suzuki Burgman 400 Review

Why you keep a maxi in the shed Medium Maxi. Makes $9490+orc

Words by JEREMY photography courtesy of SUZUKI

It look like my idea of a

It’s so big!

Fair But remember that this is a scooter and that puts it between the traditional scooter and a and you need a full bike to ride it. But forget all that; if you read the specs, you’d it was a bike.

A liquid-cooled, fuel-injected, four-valve, 400cc single twin discs up front and a at the back, 41mm forks and a preload-adjustable rear spring-damper in a steel frame. In fact, the giveaway is the CVT automatic transmission and the that, with 62 litres of under the seat, you can lock up two helmets and gear.

But who’d ride a maxi?

from swapping the second car for a (which is a bloody good that is gaining momentum), who commutes by motorcycle would the scooter far more practical comfortable). It’d be cheaper in the There are two other early too: scooter riders up to something that has a bit more capability and Ulysseans trading from heavier tackle.Basically, a is ideal for the rider who has a lot of gear to plus a pillion and who likes the of use and fl exibility a scooter offers, but added freeway and weekend potential.

You’ve got my attention. What’s it

It’s a single and a little bit off idle. Not like the 500cc X9, and not rough, but you can certainly hear the working. That comes its being a big single, but the vibrations come through the chassis or or seat. You just hear the working. Pick up from lagged a little, but cars had a chance.

On the road, the scoot had no keeping up with anything Think of it as a slightly heavy with motorbike muscle.

So heavy. Too heavy for me?

Not at all. There is bulk and is weight (183kg of it), but the is hidden as soon as you start The low, 795mm seat adds to the feeling of control, so you have no dramas.

The 13-inch carry 110/90 and 130/70 rubber which add to the sure-footedness. and handling are similarly on a par with a once you get used to the riding

Well, it looks comfortable.

It is. It’s like having a chair with footpegs. The is adjustable and the footwell doubles as pegs that allow you to your legs. Your going to love you for it, too.

Suzuki AN 400 S

The tall screen and front will keep you pretty dry in most weather, and there is a complete with a 12V power as well as two storage units on side with lids pop up and swivel out of the way of the ‘bars. It’s got a handbrake.

I’m worried fuel costs. How economical is it?

it’s not going to beat a 50, but are no surprises there. Our test was all city-based and one-up, and we got an average of which is a range in the city of Of course, taking the Burgman out on the road and it is a great tourer see even better economy.

So the second-car thing comes play again.

I still my retro scooter

And why wouldn’t All I’m saying is think it. You might be surprised (I know I Picture this, it’s fi rst date. You’re meeting at a fancy restaurant.

You want to nice. You take the Burgman, you your jacket, your and a spare under the seat for moonlight ride later. Now is going to impress, or what?

The 400

Yamaha broke new ground the release in Australia of the Majesty 250 in followed by the 400 in 2004. Picking the Burgman and the Majesty comes to personal comfort, gut feeling and choice (the price is all but Either way, you’re on a Yamaha YP400 Majesty

Suzuki AN 400 S
Suzuki AN 400 S

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