Suzuki Burgman is a series of Japanese scooters produced by Suzuki Company since 1999. These Maxi Scooter class representatives have several model lines equipped with engines which capacity varies from 125 cc up to 638 cc.
The first series, the AN series, was launched in 1999 and replaced in 2002 by UH125 series.
The AN2 series appeared shortly after that, in 2003 and was equipped with fuel injection technology. The completely redesigned fairing package allowed the AN400 and AN650 models to have more storage capacity and use less fuel when driving.
The 2004 model, the AN650 Executive was equipped with full ABS system and had a different accessories package. This package included the electric adjustable folding mirrors, windshield; chrome muffler cover and bar ends; passenger backrest and heated hand grips. Not bad for a bike that is supposed to be a scooter.
The most recent model of the Suzuki Burgman family is presented by the Burgman 650 maxi-scooter that is expected to become available in 2013. It has 638 cc engine, a really powerful one for a scooter to have but well, everyone wants their bike to be more powerful than the competitors’.
The engine package of the Suzuki Burgman 650 is presented by the 368 cc four-stroke twin-cylinder DOHC engine with the capacity of 56 bhp. The six-speed automatic transmission is completing the engine making it a really great thing to control this bike. The maximum speed the new Suzuki Burgman 650 is capable of showing is 160 km/hour. That becomes possible if you push it really hard but you don’t need to do that, after all it’s just a scooter, not a sport bike.
Safety features are presented with ABS system that comes as standard equipment, as well as the rear disc system and the dual-front brake discs. The dashboard is equipped with every possible feature you could need in a scooter, such as eco-drive light indicators and audio system.
Oh, and the even greater thing about the 2013 Suzuki Burgman consumes 15% less fuel than its competitors making it a really great vehicle for an everyday use.