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Suzuki stars unveiled in Rome

 
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Motorcycles, News, Suzuki
on 07/03/2007

Source: Suzuki

The Cinecittà Film Studio’s in Rome played host to some unconventional stars last night, as Suzuki unveiled a selection of new two-wheel products to the assembled European press. A legend even before its launch, Suzuki was pleased to announce the final specification of the soon to be launched B-King muscle bike. Offering looks true to the original concept machine, the hotly anticipated specification was finally announced. Equipped with a 1340cc engine, the B-King will pack an impressive power output aimed squarely at making it one of the most powerful naked motorcycles available.


Joining the B-King at the top of the Suzuki performance tree is the new GSX1300R Hayabusa. A machine that has achieved legendary status since its introduction gets redeveloped for 2008, heralding a new era for large capacity sports bikes.

Featuring class-leading power from its 1340cc engine, three-way adjustable power settings (thanks to the Suzuki Drive Mode Selector), fuel injection and all-new low drag, coefficient signature bodywork, the new Hayabusa is expected to be reach UK shores this Autumn.

Bolstering Suzuki’s street bike range is the new GSX650F. Adding to the hugely popular line-up, the GSX650F gives additional weather protection in the form of a full fairing, combined with GSX-R derived styling. The GSX650F features the new compact, liquid cooled 656cc, fuel-injected engine and will arrive on UK shores at the end of the year.

Following the launch of Suzuki’s biggest cruiser only last year (The Intruder M1800R), Suzuki have boosted cruiser choice with the launch of the C1800 Intruder. Offering traditional cruiser styling with state-of-the-art technology, the new C1800 truly offers the best of both worlds.

Not wishing to miss-out, Suzuki's off-road development team announced a first for production motocross machines, with the introduction of a new fuel-injected RM-Z450. Featuring the fuelling technology developed for Suzuki's on-road GSX-R range, the new RM-Z450 features an all-new frame and bodywork too, and is expected to arrive in the UK at the end of the year.



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