Suzuki Burgman 650 Executive: Review — PistonHeads

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UK riders just don’t to get big scooters. Our European neighbours those Italians) go bonkers for the of the Yamaha T-Max, Suzuki and Aprilia SRV850. But here in the UK reckons on selling about 100 a year, while BMW is also to convince any riders to try its C650/600 What is the stumbling block?

reckons Suzuki UK.

A scooter out in the — a rare sight

The UK bike market remains compartmentalised. A sports bike is a toy, a tourer goes a big scooter is a city tool and an bike is for doing it all. In however, they are far more minded when it comes to two and are keener on looking at bikes as that do everything. Why can’t you on a sports bike? And what’s with taking a big scooter

Step up the updated Burgman 650 and a hope that, UKIP or British riders can adopt a broad-minded European attitude.

a Burgman and what’s new?

boot space than an possibly

Suzuki AN 250 Burgman

New for 2013 the Burgman ECU tweaks claimed to boost by 15 per cent, alterations to the valve and CVT system to reduce drag, a look, new lights and clocks and a new with sportier geometry and a bit of its repositioned. Although the bike tips the scales at 277kg, the distribution is better to improve

With so many Burgman (83,000 and counting since the was launched) Suzuki has basically them what needed and responded to criticisms, which is why the footboards are also 10mm and the parking brake’s lever Quite why they didn’t ask for a slightly less daft is a mystery.

Who rides a scooter in the Highlands? PH2

Scotland in April provided of opportunity to test the Burgman’s protection, the fairing doing a job of protecting feet and body but the a little low for your six-two Shorter riders seemingly less, er, helmet-related turbulence.

Manual override for a CVT gearbox a little nonsensical but others spent more time on big say it’s helpful for overtaking. it in the Power mode seems to do the though, which is worse for but the more responsive acceleration and engine braking make the feel more like a bike as a result. Even in mode we saw an easy 50mpg.

Suzuki AN 250 Burgman
Suzuki AN 250 Burgman
Suzuki AN 250 Burgman
Suzuki AN 250 Burgman
Suzuki AN 250 Burgman

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