Nice to dream about but, kinda pricy at $10,000.00
I'd love to trade my Burgman 400 2007 in but, I think I'd miss it. It's been a real pal for the past 4 years. I heard a 650 and it's so quiet I hardly knew it was running. on the other hand my 400 can be heard from a distance. I prefer a quiet ride. but, it will have to wait.
OK review, but doesn't really add much to what has already been commented on in reviews elsewhere IMO. I'd have preferred a more in depth review/analysis, e.g. like actually how the scoot appointments are, using some of the inbuilt advantages of a maxi scoot; such as under seat storage with helmets, gears and shopping bags stowed therein etc, or how noticeable the bike seems to be with the newly added LED lights up front. Can the LEDs be switched on independent of the headlights? Do the headlights come on when the ignition is switched on, or is there a switch for these etc., or how the scoot does getting up and down kerbs (for parking in out of the way places).
Basically a more in-depth review on how it is to live/ride the scoot.
Fair review. I really think that if Suzuki would rename this puppy and spend a few shekels on marketing, they would have an immediate 10-15% sales bump. I bet if they ran a contest on the BurgmanUSA forum for a new moniker, they'd get dozens of great names. If they want to be lazy, just use the Japanese model name 'SkyWave.'
Just thinking out loud now, how does the 'Suzuki Testosomax 650' sound to you guys?
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