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2014 Suzuki Burgman 200 First Ride Photo Gallery
The Burgman 200 has been available in Europe for several years, and was last updated in 2007.
See how the new Burgman 200 handles country twistys and city streets in the 2014 Suzuki Burgman 200 First Ride photo gallery. Read the full review in the
2014 Suzuki Burgman 200 First Ride
The Burgman 200 uses a standard tube-steel frame concealed by new, narrower bodywork, with 57.7 inches between the 13-inch front hoop and 12-inch rear.
ABS comes standard and does the job well.
Cavernous underseat stowage can swallow two full-face helmets, 40 liters in all. That's 5 six-packs, if you pour the beer directly into the compartment.
The Burgman 200 has comprehensive instrumentation, cell-phone charger, remote seat opener, illuminated storage and multiple glove boxes.
Plenty of storage space on the Burgman 200.
For its size, this motor rips.
Burgman's sporty suspension and ample cornering clearance makes it fun on a twisty road.
The chassis felt rigid at our pace, but what really impressed me was the cornering ability of these little fellers.
Freeway performance was impressive, and the Burgman 200 is stable, smooth at speed and has no trouble keeping up.
Suzuki's entry into the middleweight scooter market is a product worthy of serious consideration, especially if you value a little more sporting ability in your scoot.
City riding is easy, thanks to light and easy character of the Burgman 200.
The brakes are very good, though the front lacks power.
Instruments are well laid out and easy to read, with prominent MPG display.
We saw around 60 mpg on our ride.
The suspension, while firm enough for sporting fun, is also compliant over a variety of surfaces.
You can commute, tour, ride the twisties or haul a sack of cat litter home, and have a good time doing it on the Burgman 200.
The sporty headlight of the Burgman 200.
At the end of the ride I still had about a third of the 2.8-gallon tank left to burn, which means the mileage readout was roughly accurate and the Burgman should offer 150-190 miles of range.
The Burgman's styling is conservative. Suzuki claims the styling jibes with the redesigned Hayabusa.
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