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Suzuki Announces Additional 2018 Motorcycles

Brea, Calif, (November 1, 2017) – Suzuki Motor of America, Inc. (SMAI) is honored to announce additional 2018 motorcycles that will soon be available at US dealerships. These new and returning models continue Suzuki’s goal of enhancing its wide range of motorcycles and scooters that epitomize a robust combination of performance, value and style.

2018 Sportbike Models
Three decades ago Suzuki revolutionized sport bikes with the introduction of the GSX-R750. Ever since then, the GSX-R750 has remained true to its original concept and championship-winning heritage. On the road or on the track, the GSX-R750 delivers a breathtaking combination of outstanding engine performance, crisp handling, compact size and light weight. The GSX-R600 is a class-leading sport bike worthy of its race-winning GSX-R heritage. Whether its pilot is carving through their favorite canyon or dominating the racetrack, it offers unparalleled middle-weight supersport performance.


2018 GSX-R750
The best balanced sportbike out there is available in new Candy Daring Red/Glass Sparkle Black (shown), Metallic Triton Blue, or Metallic Gray/Glass Sparkle Black color schemes.
MSRP $12,399
Arriving at Suzuki dealers in November 2017
CLICK HERE to learn about the 2018 GSX-R750

 


2018 GSX-R600
This GSX-R is the definitive 600cc class sportbike. Available in new Metallic Mystic Silver/Pearl Glacier White (shown), Metallic Triton Blue, or Metallic Oort Gray colors.
MSRP $11,299
Arriving at Suzuki dealers in November 2017
CLICK HERE to learn  about the 2018 GSX-R600

2018 Hayabusa
The Suzuki Hayabusa is quite simply the Ultimate Sportbike. Twist the throttle on this iconic motorcycle and its 1340cc DOHC engine reacts with awesome acceleration and crisp throttle response in every gear with an unbelievable top-end charge. That performance is matched by equally impressive chassis, providing exceptional control in tight corners, reassuring stability in sweeping turns and a smooth ride on the highway. The sleek, aerodynamic body work functions as it appears so the Hayabusa slips through the wind like a Peregrine Falcon.


2018 Hayabusa (GSX1300RA)
The Hayabusa is the only large displacement sportbike that effectively mixes big power with good handling and an iconic appearance. Available in new Pearl Mira Red/Pearl Glacier White (shown), or Glass Sparkle Black colors.
MSRP $14,699
Arriving at Suzuki dealers in November 2017
CLICK HERE to learn about the 2018 Hayabusa

2018 Scooter Models
Suzuki’s renowned Burgman scooters deliver the sporty luxury usually reserved for only the finest motorcars. When just getting there is not enough, when typical engine performance is not enough, when a rider seeks out the best performance in every category they understand what it means to pilot a Suzuki Burgman Scooter.

2018 Burgman 400
Already renowned as a premium, feature-rich scooter, the 2018 Suzuki Burgman 400 is all-new. The new Burgman 400 retains the key features that made this luxury scooter popular through the years, while combining improved chassis and engine performance with a sleek new, athletic body.


ALL NEW
2018 Burgman 400
New engine and chassis wrapped in new bodywork with modern LED lighting front & rear. Available in a new Pearl Glacier White color scheme (shown).
MSRP $8,099
Arriving at Suzuki dealers in November 2017

CLICK HERE to learn about the 2018 Burgman 400


2018 Burgman 200
The intelligent commuter scooter with a taste of luxury. Available in a new Metallic Matte Platinum Silver color scheme (shown).
MSRP $4,999
Arriving at Suzuki dealers in November 2017

CLICK HERE to learn about the 2018 Burgman 200


2018 Burgman 650 Executive
Robust twin cylinder engine feeds power to the most advanced scooter drive train out there while providing the rider and passenger an extraordinary level of luxury and comfort. Available in a Pearl Glacier White color scheme.
MSRP $11,049
Arriving at Suzuki dealers in December 2017
CLICK HERE to learn about the 2018 Burgman 650

2018 Suzuki Boulevard Models
No other manufacturer blends style, technology, reliability and value into its line of cruiser motorcycles like Suzuki. Each 2018 Boulevard model can transport rider and passenger on any type of ride – across town or across the country – and do it with style. Starting with the iconic Boulevard S40 that is easily the best looking, big-bore thumper to hit the asphalt and up to the Boulevard C90T that’s factory fitted with leather-look bags and classic windshield that begs the rider to grab the buckhorn handlebars to point the front wheel at the horizon. It’s not a cliché, there really is a Boulevard for every rider and every ride.


2018 Boulevard S40
Classic, belt-driven single has ultra-low seat height and is available in a new Metallic Mystic Silver (shown) or Pearl Splendor Violet color schemes.
MSRP $5,749
Arriving at Suzuki dealers in December 2017

CLICK HERE to learn about the 2018 Boulevard S40


2018 Boulevard C50
Classic American-look cruiser features valence-style fenders and is available in a new Metallic Oort Gray (shown) or Glass Sparkle Black color schemes.
MSRP $8,249
Arriving at Suzuki dealers in January 2018

CLICK HERE to learn about the 2018 Boulevard C50


2018 Boulevard C50T
Tour-ready cruiser features staggered, side-mount mufflers and bright chrome studs on the seats, back rest and saddlebags. The C50T is available in a Glass Sparkle Black color schemes with new graphics (shown).
MSRP $9,449
Arriving at Suzuki dealers in December 2017

CLICK HERE to learn about the 2018 Boulevard C50T


2018 Boulevard C90 B.O.S.S.
Large displacement cruiser with Blacked Out Special Suzuki (B.O.S.S.) styling. Wide handlebars and a low 28-inch seat height. Looks great with the new Iron Gray / Solid Black color scheme (shown).
MSRP $12, 449
Arriving at Suzuki dealers in December 2017

CLICK HERE to learn about the 2018 Boulevard C90 B.O.S.S.


2018 Boulevard M50
Muscle cruiser with blacked out engine and chassis components features a headlight nacelle above the stout, inverted fork. The M50 is available in a Glass Sparkle Black color scheme with new graphics (shown).
MSRP $8,649
Arriving at Suzuki dealers in December 2017

CLICK HERE to learn about the 2018 Boulevard M50


2018 Boulevard M90
Comfortable seat with optional solo tail cowl rides above a massive 200mm wide rear tire. This muscle cruiser looks serious with the new Metallic Matte Black No. 2 / Metallic Oort Gray No. 3 color scheme (shown).
MSRP $11,249
Arriving at Suzuki dealers in December 2017

CLICK HERE to learn about the 2018 Boulevard M90


2018 Boulevard M109R B.O.S.S.
This is the performance cruiser other bikes wish they were. The dark and muscular M109R B.O.S.S. has a powerful V-twin engine using some of the largest pistons in the industry. The M109R is available in a Metallic Mystic Silver / Glass Sparkle Black (shown) or Glass Sparkle Black / Candy Max Orange color schemes.
MSRP $14,999
Arriving at Suzuki dealers in December 2017

CLICK HERE to learn about the 2018 Boulevard M109R

Each new Suzuki is backed by our Limited Warranty. Additionally the coverage period and other benefits added through Suzuki Extended Protection. Click here to learn more or visit a Suzuki dealer for details.

The 2018 Hayabusa, Burgman 200, Burgman 400 and Burgman 650 Executive are equipped with anti-lock braking systems (ABS).  Depending on road surface conditions, such as wet, loose, or uneven roads, braking distance for an ABS-equipped vehicle may be longer than for a vehicle not equipped with ABS.  ABS cannot prevent wheel skidding caused by braking while cornering.  Please drive carefully and do not overly rely on ABS.

4 Comments

  1. Mark says:

    I wouldn’t want to be a Suzuki dealer at the moment.

  2. PatrickD says:

    The GSX-Rs are no doubt capable, but they look awful.
    neither the shape nor colour schemes are in any way attractive, but when combined they are god-awful.

    • Fred M. says:

      I’m old-school and most of the modern sport bikes are pretty horrendous looking to me. Give me the looks of a 1982 GPZ-750 any day.

      But look at how classy a Ducati Panigale looks compared to almost any Japanese sport bike. Ducati understands that combining sharp angles, curves, and lots of different colors on a fairing doesn’t improve the looks of a bike.

      Kids who grew up watching reruns of “The Transformers” are now old enough to buy new sport bikes, and this is the result.

  3. gt08 says:

    Yes ! Were back at my beginning 1984 to 87.
    In 87 after learning to ride on my uncle 86 GSX750R (white & blue)
    I buy a brand new EX250. Read the 250 Ninja !
    My friend were on 250 two stroke Suzuki and Yamaha.
    Racing (read WAR) was on between 4 and 2 stroke.
    My Ninja is the sole survivor.
    Is on the basement since more than 20 year. Other bike have pass since then.
    But i will alway keep my Ninja.
    Plan to put it back on the road next summer.
    The 80 were good for small sport bike. Happy to see a comeback.
    Just to remember memory, NSR400, RZ 350, RZ500, RG500, EX500, Top Gun Movie, Eurythmics, …

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