Suzuki introduces a new mid-size scooter to the Burgman family this spring.
First unveiled at the 2013 Sydney Motorcycle and Scooter Show last November as a market evaluation unit, the BURGMAN 200 is now available in Australia for riders demanding a luxury mid-sized scooter without the luxury price tag.
Everything you thought you knew about smart, cool comfort is set to change. The BURGMAN 200’s liquid-cooled, fuel-injected, SOHC engine is tuned for optimal performance at the low and mid-range revs used most for commuting and touring the town.
Smooth is what you feel, quiet is what you hear and power and fuel efficiency of 30.1 km/litre* are what you have for enjoyable cruising on any city road.
A capacious, 41-litre underseat storage compartment holds two full-face helmets. It also incorporates a lamp for extra convenience at night. Two front storage compartments provide 7.0-litre capacity, one is lockable with by the ignition key and the other is push-open for easy access. The lower lockable storage bay features a 12V DC outlet for charging electronic devices.
Life with the BURGMAN can be summed up in a simple four-letter word: EASY. After all, you’ve got the space to carry a briefcase, a gym bag, or an extra helmet for a friend. Accept no compromises. The BURGMAN 200 is big enough to make its presence felt in rush-hour traffic and sleek enough to slip through an alley for a shortcut home.
Slim bodywork helps you drive city traffic. A low seat and cutaway floorboards help you put your feet on the ground with ease. Plus, a 10.5-litre fuel tank expands your riding range to all corners of the urban landscape.
The Burgman 200 is available now for a recommended price of $5,490*, in an elegant silver colour scheme and backed by a 12-month, unlimited kilometre warranty.
For further information on the Suzuki BURGMAN 200, interested customers should visit their local Suzuki dealer, who can be found through the dealer locator on www.suzuki.com.au.
*Recommended Price includes GST, excludes dealer delivery charges.
^Measured by Suzuki in the Worldwide Motorcycle Test Cycle (WMTC mode) exhaust emissions measuring conditions. Actual fuel economy may differ owing to differences in conditions such as the weather, road, rider behaviour and maintenance.