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2009 Suzuki DR200SE Comparison Photo Gallery
The air-cooled Honda CRF230L and Suzuki DR200SE are perfect for jetting around town at your cabin.
See pictures of the 2009 Suzuki DR200SE dual sport street legal motorcycle in action then read the comparison test in the
2009 Suzuki DR200SE Comparison
Alec Dare poses for a picture after riding the Suzuki DR200SE into the wilderness at Mammoth Mountain.
The Suzuki DR200SE feels like the smallest bike in this comparison.
Shorter riders will like the DR200SE’s low seat height when riding off-road.
2010 250 Dual Sport Shootout Horsepower Graph courtesy of Mickey Cohen Motorsports.
2010 250 Dual Sport Shootout torque graph courtesy of Mickey Cohen Motorsports.
2010 Dual Sport Shootout competitors.
Even at 8000 feet the 199cc air-cooled Single is still capable of front wheel in the air fun.
Considering its small size it’s no surprise that the DR200SE is easy to throw around on and off-road.
Even a moderate pace taxes the suspension off-road.
Frankie G. blows up a berm on the DR200SE.
The beauty of these small dual-sport bikes is that they can be ridden virtually anywhere.
The DR200SE is powered by a 199cc air-cooled 4-stroke Single.
Instrumentation on the DR200SE is basic but functional.
The front disc brake provides adequate stopping power but is not quite as strong as the front brakes used on the other bikes.
2009 Suzuki DR200SE is priced at $4199.
The DR200SE sports a large 3.4 fuel gallon fuel cell.
The 2009 Suzuki DR200SE.
The 2009 Suzuki DR200SE engine is cold-blooded and needs lengthy warm-up time before it is up to temperature.
The DR200SE is the only bike to use a budge rear drum brake which doesn’t work nearly as well as a disc brake.
The DR200SE is quiet only cranking out 72 decibels at idle.
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