SUZUKI

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Overview SUZUKI

In 1909, Suzuki Loom Works was founded in the small coastal town of Hamamatsu, the present-day city. Michio Suzuki, the founder of the company of the same name, brought looms onto the market that were capable of producing textiles of varying complexity. In terms of quality, they even surpassed the analogues of the European competition. In 1920, the company was named Suzuki Loom Manufacturing Co. When the Second World War ended, there was a great need for cheap means of transport in Japan. Michio Suzuki took advantage of the situation and developed a completely new concept of a vehicle that was affordable for the ordinary Japanese citizen. Michio designed the bike with Engine, which had a rather romantic name - Power Free. It was the first motorbike in the world with an Engine of 36 cc. The public was enthusiastic about his invention and the great demand for SUZUKI mopeds enabled the founder to receive government subsidies and expand his business. Within a short period of time, the world welcomed the Suzuki Engine Corporation.

SUZUKI Model History

The first Suzuki motorbike (Colleda) was developed in 1954. After the Colleda failed a racing competition, Michio concluded that he needed to develop a faster motorbike for all distances. Together with the German racer and designer Ernest Degner, they began to work on a new concept for a racing motorbike. Their common goals were already achieved in 1962 when Ernest won the competition.

SUZUKI is primarily known for its motorbikes and cars, but SUZUKI has also done pioneering work in another market segment: Until 1999, the term "scooter" mainly stood for smaller Vespa-like vehicles up to 250 cc. SUZUKI revolutionised this market in 1999 with the Burgman AN 400, the first large scooter that weighed around 200 kg and was equipped with a 385 cc Engine and a continuously variable V-belt transmission. This provided a motorcycle-like riding experience for the first time. This was followed by the AN 650, an even heavier and more powerful scooter designed specifically for long-distance riding, which was very popular in the USA. The Burgman 400 has now gone through five generations, with the original Model being introduced in 1998 as the Burgman 250. The Burgman 650, first introduced in 2002, has undergone several upgrades over the years. In addition, SUZUKI offers smaller 125 and 200 cc scooter models under the Burgman name, which are currently in their third generation of production.

SUZUKI models at SIP Scootershop

  • 750F 750 cc 4T LC

  • Address AH 50 cc 2T AC '91-

  • Address V 100 cc 2T AC

  • AH 100 cc 2T AC

  • AJ 50 cc 2T AC

  • AN 125 ccm 4T AC

  • AN 150 ccm 4T AC

  • AN S 125 ccm 4T AC CF42A

  • AP 50 cc 2T AC '94-

  • B-King 1340 1340 cc 4T LC

  • Burgman AN 250 cc 4T LC

  • Burgman AN 400 ccm 4T LC

  • Burgman AN 650 ccm 4T LC

  • Burgman AN inject. (K429) 400 ccm 4T LC K429

  • Burgman Business AN 400 cc 4T LC K429

  • Burgman inject. 200 ccm 4T LC euro 3

  • Burgman K10 i.e. 400 ccm 4T LC '10- WVCG

  • Burgman K7 i.e. 125 ccm 4T LC F490

  • Burgman K7 i.e. 400 ccm 4T LC '06- WVCG

  • Burgman K8 i.e. 400 ccm 4T LC '08- WVCG

  • Burgman K9 i.e. 400 ccm 4T LC '09- WVCG

  • Burgman UH/AN 125 cc 4T LC

  • Burgman UH/AN 150 cc 4T LC

  • Burgman UH i.e. 125 ccm 4T LC '07

  • CP 50 ccm 2T AC -'93

  • DL 650 V Electric 650 ccm 4T LC

  • Epicuro 125 ccm 4T LC

  • Epicuro 150 ccm 4T LC

  • ER 21 50 ccm 2T AC

  • Estilete UF 50 ccm 2T AC

  • Gladius 650 650 cc 4T LC

  • GSF 1200 Bandit 1200 ccm 4T LC

  • GSF 1250 Bandit 1250 ccm 4T LC

  • GSF 600 600 ccm 4T LC

  • GSF 600 Bandit 600 cc 4T LC

  • GSF 650 Bandit 650 ccm 4T LC

  • GSX 1300 Hayabusa 1300 cc 4T LC

  • GSX 1340 Hayabusa 1340 ccm 4T LC

  • GSX 1400 K5-8 1400 ccm 4T LC

  • GSX 600F 600 ccm 4T AC

  • GSXR 1000 1000 cc 4T AC

  • GSXR 1000 K 1-4 1000 ccm 4T LC

  • GSXR 1000 K 5-6 1000 ccm 4T LC

  • GSXR 1000 K 7-8 1000 ccm 4T LC

  • GSXR 1000 K 9 L1 1000 ccm 4T LC

  • GSXR 1000 K5/6 1000 ccm 4T AC

  • GSXR 1000 K7/8 1000 ccm 4T AC

  • GSXR 600 600 cc 4T LC

  • GSXR 600 K6-7 600 cc 4T LC

  • GSXR 600 K8-9 600 cc 4T LC

  • GSXR 600 L 1 600 cc 4T AC

  • GSXR 750 750 cc 4T LC

  • GSXR 750 K6/7 750 cc 4T AC

  • GSXR 750 K6-7 750 cc 4T LC

  • GSXR 750 K8-9 750 cc 4T LC

  • GSXR 750 K8-9 L0 750 cc 4T AC

  • GSXR 750 L 1 750 cc 4T AC

  • GSX-R1000 K9 L1 1000 cc 4T AC

  • GSXR600 K6/7 600 cc 4T AC

  • GSXR600 K8-9 L0 600 ccm 4T AC

  • GT 50 ccm 2T AC

  • Jazz 50 ccm 2T AC

  • Katana 50 ccm 2T AC -'98

  • Katana 50 cc 2T AC '99-

  • Katana 50 cc 2T LC -'98

  • Katana 50 cc 2T LC '99-

  • Katana A DiTech 50 ccm 2T LC APRILIA

  • Magic 50 ccm 2T AC '98-

  • RG 500 500 ccm 2T LC

  • RG 750 750 cc 4T LC

  • RGV 250 250 cc 2T LC '89-'97

  • RGV VJ23 250 ccm 2T LC

  • Sixteen (euro 3) 125 ccm 4T LC '08- F499

  • Sixteen (euro 3) 150 ccm 4T LC '08- G421

  • Sport 80 cc 2T AC ATV

  • Street Magic 50 cc 2T AC '98-

  • SV 1000 1000 cc 4T LC

  • SV 650 650 cc 4T LC

  • TS X 50 cc 2T AC '84-'94 SA11C

  • UE 125 cc 4T AC

  • Zillion 50 cc 2T LC '99-

  • Zillion 50 cc 2T LC -'99

  • ZR 50 cc 2T AC

  • ZRL 50 cc 2T AC

  • ZZ Sepia 50 ccm 2T AC

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