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Can anyone tell me what year the 400 came out with two head lights instead of one?
 

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Yep. It was in 2003 they changed to the dual lamps.
 

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both lamps light

billmeek said:
Yep. It was in 2003 they changed to the dual lamps.
last year when we we drooling over the burgmans the dearler told us that even though the 2004 had two lamps that some customers were complaining only one at a time would light and it made some people think that one of the lamps was burned out. When we got the 2005 home we noticed that both lamps burn on dim or bright. Did the 2004's in fact only burn one lamp at a time?
 

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No. Even with the '03s, both headlights are always lit. My V-Strom works the same way. The dealer is confused. Yamaha's do that thing where only one headlight lights on low beam, and the other on high beam. I never liked that. But Suzukis light both headlights.
 

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Sounds like dealer misinformation to me. My 2003 400 burns both lights on dim and high.
 

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billmeek said:
Sounds like dealer misinformation to me. My 2003 400 burns both lights on dim and high.
Maybe it was the honda's he was thinking about. They also have the Reflex and the Siverwing :roll:
 

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By Honda Jazz (Reflex) only one is used by Suzuki

And it is true that when I had the Jazz many told me about my "burned out" headlight.
 

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Re: By Honda Jazz (Reflex) only one is used by Suzuki

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And it is true that when I had the Jazz many told me about my "burned out" headlight.
Whats "the jazz"?
 

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Re: By Honda Jazz (Reflex) only one is used by Suzuki

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Whats "the jazz"?
The Jazz is a scooter made by Honda. In some markets it's called a Jazz. In the USA it's called the Metropolitan.
 

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I've found most dealers to be ill-informed about their own scooter models. It seems to be caused by a severe case of apathy in the media and advertising departments. Scooters don't have the media hype going for them that the cruisers or replica racers have (Anyone ever seen a Burgman commercial?). I look at my Burgman 650 as being an economical touring bike. My last bike was a Bandit 1200 - and the "Standard" models are also underplayed by the manufacturers...
 
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