Suzuki is another member of the Big Four from Japan. It began manufacturing motorcycles in 1952 and has become well known around the world. Its off-road bikes and roadracers have won world titles, and its street machines range from the cruiser Boulevard series to the legendary GSX-R series of sportbikes. It, along with Honda, is unique in that the company also builds automobiles.
Even though it didn’t get a huge power boost for 2015, the Suzuki RM-Z450 is still substantially better than the 2014 model.
Indian Motorcycles made a big splash in Sturgis this year with the introduction of its new Scout.
Suzuki looks set to expand our favorite class of motorcycles – sporting nakeds – with the GSX-S1000.
After finding success in Europe, Suzuki is bringing the Burgman 200 to these shores.
Monumental! That’s what this is. MO’s first electric vs. gas, head-to-head supermoto comparison.
The only true Super Motard remaining from any of the major manufacturers, Suzuki’s DR-Z400SM is the default choice for a street-legal dirtbike.
We have been abnormally excited about comparing the Ducati 899 Panigale, MV Agusta F3 and Suzuki GSX-R750.
Remember when superbikes from the late-‘80s were 750s and were the baddest motorcycles on the track, the ones we paid our hard-earned money to go watch
The new Suzuki V-Strom boasts increased displacement, better handling and an electronics package with ABS and Traction Control.
How do the new Ducati 899 Panigale and MV Agusta F3 800 stack up on paper against the reigning class king – the Suzuki GSX-R750?
Laugh if you want, but when it comes to practical, comfortable and fun two-wheeled transportation, scooters hit the mark.
Newer riders have a fresh choice of quarter-liter funsters with Suzuki’s GW250.
Suzuki’s RM-Z450 returns largely unchanged for 2014, with only new radiator shrouds and a reprogrammed ECU.
Suzuki has always been known for their excellent cornering abilities and in 2014 they are right on the money.