Suzuki Motorcycles


Here the name list of Suzuki motorcycle/motorbike series.

Suzuki Boulevard M50

The Boulevard M50, or Intruder VZ800 outside North America, is a V-twin engine cruiser motorcycle made by Suzuki Motor Corporation.

Suzuki VL 1500 Intruder LC / Boulevard C90

The VL 1500 Intruder LC was a cruiser motorcycle with a feet-forward riding posture, shaft drive and engine balance shafts made by Suzuki from 1998 to 2004.

Suzuki RV 125 VanVan

The Suzuki RV125 VanVan is a motorcycle series manufactured by Suzuki in the 1970s and reintroduced in 2003.

Suzuki SP100

The Suzuki SV1000 and the half-faired SV1000S are naked bike motorcycles made by Suzuki since 2003. The 996 cc (60.8 cu in) displacement 90° V-twin motorcycles were aimed to compete directly with the Honda VTR1000F (also known as the SuperHawk or FireStorm, depending on the market), which was released prior to the Suzuki, and the low end Ducati one-litre V-twin engined sport bikes.

Suzuki TS75

The Suzuki TS50ER was a 49cc single cylinder motorcycle which sold during 1980 - 1983.

Suzuki TS80

The Suzuki TS50ER was a 49cc single cylinder motorcycle which sold during 1980 - 1983.

Suzuki TS90

The Suzuki TS50ER was a 49cc single cylinder motorcycle which sold during 1980 - 1983.

Suzuki TS100

The Suzuki TL1000R motorcycle was introduced in 1998 as Suzuki's V-Twin Superbike. Production ended in 2003.

Suzuki TS125

The 1981 Suzuki TS125 Dual Sport motorcycle is powered by a 123 cc 2-stroke cycle, air-cooled engine.

Suzuki TS185

The 1981 Suzuki TS125 Dual Sport motorcycle is powered by a 123 cc 2-stroke cycle, air-cooled engine.

Suzuki TS250

The TU250 — marketed also as the TU250X, ST250 and ST250 E-Type — is a single-cylinder, air-cooled, single overhead cam (SOHC), four-stroke, chain-drive motorcycle launched by Suzuki in 1994 as a lightweight, street bike with a standard riding posture and styling resembling the Universal Japanese Motorcycle (UJM) of the 1960s and 1970s.

Suzuki TS400

The Suzuki GS400E is a motorcycle that was part of the Suzuki GS series in production between 1978 and 1984.

Suzuki JR50

The Suzuki JR50 is a miniature motorcycle with a 49 cc displacement and a single-speed automatic transmission, using a centrifugal clutch and height adjustable suspension.

Suzuki JR50C

The Suzuki JR50 is a miniature motorcycle with a 49 cc displacement and a single-speed automatic transmission, using a centrifugal clutch and height adjustable suspension.

Suzuki RGV250

The Suzuki RGV250 (Gamma) was a Suzuki high performance sport bike which had a great number of its features and design cues based on Grand Prix technologies and ideas.

Suzuki TM series

The Suzuki TS series is a family of two-stroke, dual-sport motorcycles produced by Suzuki Motors from 1969 to present (TS185ER only is available and only in a few countries) and have been sold in many countries.

Suzuki TM100

The Suzuki TL1000R motorcycle was introduced in 1998 as Suzuki's V-Twin Superbike. Production ended in 2003.

Suzuki TM125

The 1981 Suzuki TS125 Dual Sport motorcycle is powered by a 123 cc 2-stroke cycle, air-cooled engine.

Suzuki TM250

The TU250 — marketed also as the TU250X, ST250 and ST250 E-Type — is a single-cylinder, air-cooled, single overhead cam (SOHC), four-stroke, chain-drive motorcycle launched by Suzuki in 1994 as a lightweight, street bike with a standard riding posture and styling resembling the Universal Japanese Motorcycle (UJM) of the 1960s and 1970s.

Suzuki RM50

The Suzuki RG500 "Gamma" was a motorcycle built by Suzuki between 1985 and 1987 and inspired by the 1984 Suzuki RG500 "Gamma" Grand Prix motorcycle, capitalizing on Suzuki's seven consecutive constructors title wins in the 500 cc-class.

Suzuki RM60

The Suzuki RF series are sport touring motorcycles. They came with three engine variations: 400, 600 and 900 cc.

Suzuki RM65

The Suzuki RM85 is a Motocross Bike created and manufactured by Suzuki.

Suzuki RM80

The Suzuki RM85 is a Motocross Bike created and manufactured by Suzuki.

Suzuki RM85

The Suzuki RM85 is a Motocross Bike created and manufactured by Suzuki.

Suzuki RM100

Suzuki Motor Corporation (Japanese: スズキ株式会社, Hepburn: Suzuki Kabushiki-Kaisha) is a Japanese multinational corporation headquartered in Minami-ku, Hamamatsu, Japan, which specializes in manufacturing automobiles, four-wheel drive vehicles, motorcycles, all-terrain vehicles (ATVs), outboard marine engines, wheelchairs and a variety of other small internal combustion engines.

Suzuki RM125

The Suzuki RG150 was a 148 cc two-stroke road motorcycle produced by Suzuki in Thailand. The bike was produced from 1996 until 2000. In 1998, it was selected as the second-best new motorcycle of 1998 by Motor Trend magazine.

Suzuki RM250

The Suzuki RG250 Gamma was a two-cylinder parallel, water-cooled 250 cc two-stroke motorcycle produced by Suzuki from 1983 to 1987. One of the major features of the RG250 Gamma was its large power-to-weight ratio.

Suzuki RM400

The Suzuki RF series are sport touring motorcycles. They came with three engine variations: 400, 600 and 900 cc.

Suzuki RM500

The Suzuki RG500 "Gamma" was a motorcycle built by Suzuki between 1985 and 1987 and inspired by the 1984 Suzuki RG500 "Gamma" Grand Prix motorcycle, capitalizing on Suzuki's seven consecutive constructors title wins in the 500 cc-class.

Suzuki DS50

The Suzuki GS500 is a popular entry level motorcycle manufactured by the Suzuki Motor Corporation. Suzuki produced the GS500 and GS500E from 1989 onwards and a fully faired model, GS500F from 2004 onwards.

Suzuki DS100

The Suzuki GS series was Suzuki Motor Corporation's first full range of 4-stroke powered road motorcycles, having previously almost exclusively manufactured 2-stroke machines.

Suzuki DS125

The 1981 Suzuki TS125 Dual Sport motorcycle is powered by a 123 cc 2-stroke cycle, air-cooled engine.

Suzuki RS250

The Suzuki RG250 Gamma was a two-cylinder parallel, water-cooled 250 cc two-stroke motorcycle produced by Suzuki from 1983 to 1987. One of the major features of the RG250 Gamma was its large power-to-weight ratio.

Suzuki TC90

The Suzuki TC-90 is a 90cc, 2-Stroke, oil injected motorcycle. The TC, as opposed to the TS, has a HI-LOW range along with the 4 main gears.

Suzuki TC100

The Suzuki TL1000R motorcycle was introduced in 1998 as Suzuki's V-Twin Superbike. Production ended in 2003.

Suzuki TC125

The 1981 Suzuki TS125 Dual Sport motorcycle is powered by a 123 cc 2-stroke cycle, air-cooled engine.

Suzuki TC250

The TU250 — marketed also as the TU250X, ST250 and ST250 E-Type — is a single-cylinder, air-cooled, single overhead cam (SOHC), four-stroke, chain-drive motorcycle launched by Suzuki in 1994 as a lightweight, street bike with a standard riding posture and styling resembling the Universal Japanese Motorcycle (UJM) of the 1960s and 1970s.

Suzuki FR50

The Suzuki FR50 is an underbone style motorcycle produced by Suzuki from 1974 to the early 1980s. It was very similar in design to the Suzuki FR80

Suzuki FR80

The Suzuki FR80 is a scooter, very similar to the Yamaha Townmate and the Honda Super Cub, that was produced by Suzuki from the early 1970s to the early 1980s.

Suzuki FS50

The Suzuki GS500 is a popular entry level motorcycle manufactured by the Suzuki Motor Corporation. Suzuki produced the GS500 and GS500E from 1989 onwards and a fully faired model, GS500F from 2004 onwards.

Suzuki FZ50

The Suzuki FZ50 was a step-through commuter moped, described by a Motor Cycle News road tester in 1979 as "the most attractive moped I've seen and must take the run-about class into a new area of perfection" with "sporty alloy spoked wheels" but having small, "ineffective" legshields with footpegs, not footboards.

Suzuki FY50

The Suzuki FR50 is an underbone style motorcycle produced by Suzuki from 1974 to the early 1980s. It was very similar in design to the Suzuki FR80

Suzuki Suzumoped

Suzumoped was the first moped from Suzuki with a pressed steel plate frame, introduced in the second half of the 50's. 1959 Suzumoped SM-2, very similar to the German NSU. Click for larger format.

Suzuki FX110

List of Suzuki motorcycles.

Suzuki Sixteens

The Sixteen series of scooters are produced by Suzuki with 125cc up to 150cc versions. They were introduced in late 2007 and started shipping in 2008. Suzuki created this new series in order to compete with well-known Honda SH series in the high-wheel scooter market.

Suzuki Gemma

The Suzuki Gemma is a motor scooter introduced as a concept motorcycle at the Tokyo Motor Show in October 2007, and commercially available in Japan beginning in 2008. It is not a step-through frame design like most scooters; instead, there is a cargo compartment ahead of the operator and between the operator's legs.

Suzuki SW-1

The Suzuki Swift is a subcompact car produced by Suzuki in Japan since 2000. Prior to this, the "Swift" nameplate had been applied to the Suzuki Cultus in numerous export markets.

Suzuki GSX-R series

The Suzuki GSX-R is a series of sport bikes made by Japanese manufacturer Suzuki. Current models are the GSX-R600 which was manufactured from 1992 to 1993, and since 1997; the GSX-R750 since 1985; and the GSX-R1000 since 2001.

Suzuki GSX-R50

Suzuki GSX-R750 is a family of 750 cc sports motorcycles from Suzuki's GSX-R series of motorcycles. Looking like a Suzuki Endurance racer, it can be considered to be the first affordable, modern racer-replica suitable for road use.

Suzuki GSX-R250

The Suzuki GSX-R250 is a motorcycle that was manufactured from 1987 to 1994 by Suzuki. A couple of years after the presentation of the GSX-R750 the 250 cc GSX-R250 was released.

Suzuki GSX-R400

The Suzuki GSX-R400 was a 400 class sport bike produced by Japanese motorcycle manufacturer Suzuki between 1984 and 1996. Like other bikes in its class the GSX-R400 was continuously updated and subsequently there is a slew of different models.

Suzuki GSX-R600

The Suzuki GSX-R600 is a 600 cc class, or supersport, sport bike in Suzuki's GSX-R series of motorcycles.

Suzuki GSX-R750

Suzuki GSX-R750 is a family of 750 cc sports motorcycles from Suzuki's GSX-R series of motorcycles. Looking like a Suzuki Endurance racer, it can be considered to be the first affordable, modern racer-replica suitable for road use.

Suzuki GSX-R1000

The Suzuki GSX-R1000 is a sport bike from Suzuki's GSX-R series of motorcycles. It was introduced in 2001 to replace the GSX-R1100 and is powered by a liquid-cooled 999 cc (61.0 cu in) inline four-cylinder, four-stroke engine.

Suzuki GSX-R1100

The Suzuki GSX-R1100 was a sport bike from Suzuki's GSX-R series of motorcycles introduced in 1986.

Suzuki GSX-1300R Hayabusa

The Suzuki Hayabusa (or GSX1300R) is a sport bike motorcycle made by Suzuki since 1999. It immediately won acclaim as the world's fastest production motorcycle, with a top speed of 188 to 194 miles per hour (303 to 312 km/h).

Suzuki SFV650 Gladius

The Suzuki Gladius is a naked motorcycle introduced by Suzuki for the 2009 model year. The bike features a new design and an upgraded engine from the SV650.

Suzuki SV650

The Suzuki SV650 and variants are street motorcycles manufactured since 1999 for the international market by the Suzuki Motor Corporation, featuring a mid-sized V-twin engine and medium performance components.

Suzuki SV1000(S)

The Suzuki SV1000 and the half-faired SV1000S are naked bike motorcycles made by Suzuki since 2003. The 996 cc (60.8 cu in) displacement 90° V-twin motorcycles were aimed to compete directly with the Honda VTR1000F (also known as the SuperHawk or FireStorm, depending on the market), which was released prior to the Suzuki, and the low end Ducati one-litre V-twin engined sport bikes.

Suzuki TL1000R

The Suzuki TL1000R motorcycle was introduced in 1998 as Suzuki's V-Twin Superbike. Production ended in 2003.

Suzuki TL1000S

The Suzuki TL1000S was a Suzuki V-twin roadster sport bike made from 1997–2001.

Suzuki AX100

Suzuki AX 100 is a two-stroke, 100 cc motorcycle from Suzuki. It was made both in Japan, India and China.

Suzuki B-King

The Suzuki B-King is a streetfighter manufactured by Suzuki, that was unveiled in 2007. It uses the same 1,340 cc (82 cu in) engine that is fitted to the Hayabusa, but with different exhaust and inlet systems.

Suzuki TS125R

The 1981 Suzuki TS125 Dual Sport motorcycle is powered by a 123 cc 2-stroke cycle, air-cooled engine.

Suzuki FXR150

The Suzuki FXR150 is a sport bike made in Malaysia by Lion Suzuki Motor. It is powered by a four-valve, DOHC four-stroke 147 cc (9.0 cu in) single-cylinder engine.

Suzuki GF 250

The Suzuki GF 250 was a water-cooled four-cylinder four-stroke road motorbike. The engine block and transmission were the same as the GSX-R250. It did not rev as high (13000 redline) as the GSX-R series, but had several finer points like adjustable dampening on the suspension.It has 2pot brakes on the front and single on the rear.

Suzuki GN series

The GN is a series of standard motorcycles built by Suzuki since the early '80s.

Suzuki GN125

Suzuki GN250 is a 4 valve single cylinder, Air-cooled, SOHC, 250cc, 4 stroke standard motorcycle made by Suzuki Motors.

Suzuki GN250

Suzuki GN250 is a 4 valve single cylinder, Air-cooled, SOHC, 250cc, 4 stroke standard motorcycle made by Suzuki Motors.

Suzuki GN400

The Suzuki GS400E is a motorcycle that was part of the Suzuki GS series in production between 1978 and 1984.

Suzuki GR650 Tempter

The GR650 was a standard motorcycle built by Suzuki. In the United States it was the GR650 Tempter, and worldwide as simply GR650. The GR650, saddled with the "Tempter" name, was only available in the United States for two years, as 1983 and 1984 models.

Suzuki GS series

The Suzuki GS series was Suzuki Motor Corporation's first full range of 4-stroke powered road motorcycles, having previously almost exclusively manufactured 2-stroke machines.

Suzuki GS125

The 1981 Suzuki TS125 Dual Sport motorcycle is powered by a 123 cc 2-stroke cycle, air-cooled engine.

Suzuki GS150

The Suzuki GS150R is a 150cc bike from Suzuki Motorcycle India. The bike was launched on November 2008. With the GS150R, Suzuki Motorcycle India has entered into the highly competitive 150 cc segment of the Indian two wheelers market.

Suzuki GS150-R

The Suzuki GS150R is a 150cc bike from Suzuki Motorcycle India. The bike was launched on November 2008. With the GS150R, Suzuki Motorcycle India has entered into the highly competitive 150 cc segment of the Indian two wheelers market.

Suzuki GS250

The Suzuki GS500 is a popular entry level motorcycle manufactured by the Suzuki Motor Corporation. Suzuki produced the GS500 and GS500E from 1989 onwards and a fully faired model, GS500F from 2004 onwards.

Suzuki GS300

The Suzuki GS500 is a popular entry level motorcycle manufactured by the Suzuki Motor Corporation. Suzuki produced the GS500 and GS500E from 1989 onwards and a fully faired model, GS500F from 2004 onwards.

Suzuki GS400

The Suzuki GS400E is a motorcycle that was part of the Suzuki GS series in production between 1978 and 1984.

Suzuki GS425

The GS450 was a Suzuki motorcycle produced in the early 1980s.

Suzuki GS450

The GS450 was a Suzuki motorcycle produced in the early 1980s.

Suzuki GS500

The Suzuki GS500 is a popular entry level motorcycle manufactured by the Suzuki Motor Corporation. Suzuki produced the GS500 and GS500E from 1989 onwards and a fully faired model, GS500F from 2004 onwards.

Suzuki GS650

The Suzuki GS500 is a popular entry level motorcycle manufactured by the Suzuki Motor Corporation. Suzuki produced the GS500 and GS500E from 1989 onwards and a fully faired model, GS500F from 2004 onwards.

Suzuki GS700

The Suzuki GS500 is a popular entry level motorcycle manufactured by the Suzuki Motor Corporation. Suzuki produced the GS500 and GS500E from 1989 onwards and a fully faired model, GS500F from 2004 onwards.

Suzuki GS750

The Suzuki GS500 is a popular entry level motorcycle manufactured by the Suzuki Motor Corporation. Suzuki produced the GS500 and GS500E from 1989 onwards and a fully faired model, GS500F from 2004 onwards.

Suzuki GS850

The Suzuki GS500 is a popular entry level motorcycle manufactured by the Suzuki Motor Corporation. Suzuki produced the GS500 and GS500E from 1989 onwards and a fully faired model, GS500F from 2004 onwards.

Suzuki GS1000

The Suzuki GS series was Suzuki Motor Corporation's first full range of 4-stroke powered road motorcycles, having previously almost exclusively manufactured 2-stroke machines.

Suzuki GSR600

The Suzuki GSR600 is a 599 cc 16v in-line four motorcycle that was introduced in 2006 as a middleweight street-bike built with the 2004 GSXR-600 engine.

Suzuki GSX 250

The Suzuki GSX650F is a sport touring motorcycle made by Suzuki. It is essentially an updated Bandit, filling the void of the retired Katana.

Suzuki GSX 250F

The Suzuki GSX250FX motorcycle (Model prefix: BA-ZR250C, sold 2001-2005) is a rebadged Kawasaki Balius II sold by Suzuki Motor Corporation, Japan.

Suzuki Across

Suzuki GSX-250F Across was a small 250 cc engine sport touring motorcycle produced by Suzuki Motor Corporation from 1990 until 1998.

Suzuki GSX 400

The Suzuki GSX1400 is a muscle bike manufactured between 2001–2008 by Suzuki. Intended to be a faster and more torque-laden version Suzuki's similar Bandit 1200, with more up to date technology, the GSX1400 was still characterized as a "disco-era".

Suzuki GSX 600F

The Suzuki Katana is a sport motorcycle designed in 1979–1980 by Target Design of Germany for Suzuki.

Suzuki GSX 650F

The Suzuki GSX650F is a sport touring motorcycle made by Suzuki. It is essentially an updated Bandit, filling the void of the retired Katana.

Suzuki GSX 700

The Suzuki Katana is a sport motorcycle designed in 1979–1980 by Target Design of Germany for Suzuki.

Suzuki GSX 750

Suzuki GSX-R750 is a family of 750 cc sports motorcycles from Suzuki's GSX-R series of motorcycles. Looking like a Suzuki Endurance racer, it can be considered to be the first affordable, modern racer-replica suitable for road use.

Suzuki GSX 750F

The Suzuki Katana is a sport motorcycle designed in 1979–1980 by Target Design of Germany for Suzuki.

Suzuki GSX 1000

The Suzuki GSX-R1000 is a sport bike from Suzuki's GSX-R series of motorcycles. It was introduced in 2001 to replace the GSX-R1100 and is powered by a liquid-cooled 999 cc (61.0 cu in) inline four-cylinder, four-stroke engine.

Suzuki GSX 1100F

The Suzuki GSX1100F was a sport touring motorcycle introduced by Suzuki in October 1987 as part of the GSX series.

Suzuki GSX 1200 Inazuma

The Suzuki Inazuma 250 is a 248 cc (15.1 cu in) standard motorcycle with two disc brakes marketed in Australia, Asia and Europe.

Suzuki GSX 1400

The Suzuki GSX1400 is a muscle bike manufactured between 2001–2008 by Suzuki. Intended to be a faster and more torque-laden version Suzuki's similar Bandit 1200, with more up to date technology, the GSX1400 was still characterized as a "disco-era".

Suzuki GT100

The Suzuki GS series was Suzuki Motor Corporation's first full range of 4-stroke powered road motorcycles, having previously almost exclusively manufactured 2-stroke machines.

Suzuki GT125

The Suzuki LT125D Quadrunner (also known as the Suzuki QuadRunner 125) was an all-terrain vehicle produced by Suzuki.

Suzuki GT185

The GT series is a series of two-stroke, rider and passenger, chain drive motorcycles manufactured and marketed by Suzuki for model years 1972-1977, with a range of engine capacities and cylinder counts.

Suzuki GT200

The GT series is a series of two-stroke, rider and passenger, chain drive motorcycles manufactured and marketed by Suzuki for model years 1972-1977, with a range of engine capacities and cylinder counts.

Suzuki GT250

The Suzuki GT550 is a two-stroke, air-cooled, three cylinder 1970s-era motorcycle in Suzuki's "Grand Touring" GT series.

Suzuki GT380

The GT series is a series of two-stroke, rider and passenger, chain drive motorcycles manufactured and marketed by Suzuki for model years 1972-1977, with a range of engine capacities and cylinder counts.

Suzuki GT550

The Suzuki GT550 is a two-stroke, air-cooled, three cylinder 1970s-era motorcycle in Suzuki's "Grand Touring" GT series.

Suzuki GT750

The GT750 was a Suzuki water-cooled three-cylinder two-stroke motorcycle made from 1971 to 1977, and was the first Japanese motorcycle with a liquid-cooled engine.

Suzuki OR50

The Suzuki FR50 is an underbone style motorcycle produced by Suzuki from 1974 to the early 1980s. It was very similar in design to the Suzuki FR80

Suzuki RE5

The Suzuki RE5 is a motorcycle with a liquid-cooled single-rotor Wankel engine, manufactured by Suzuki from 1974 to 1976. Apart from its unusual engine, the RE5 is otherwise a conventional roadster.

Suzuki RG50

The Suzuki RG50 was produced in a few different versions. The RG50 Gamma is a sport motorcycle powered by a two-stroke, single-cylinder engine of 49 cubic centimeters displacement, that has been around since 1986 and likely before.

Suzuki RG125

The Suzuki RG150 was a 148 cc two-stroke road motorcycle produced by Suzuki in Thailand. The bike was produced from 1996 until 2000. In 1998, it was selected as the second-best new motorcycle of 1998 by Motor Trend magazine.

Suzuki RG150

The Suzuki RG150 was a 148 cc two-stroke road motorcycle produced by Suzuki in Thailand. The bike was produced from 1996 until 2000. In 1998, it was selected as the second-best new motorcycle of 1998 by Motor Trend magazine.

Suzuki RGV150

The Suzuki RGV250 (Gamma) was a Suzuki high performance sport bike which had a great number of its features and design cues based on Grand Prix technologies and ideas.

Suzuki RG200 Gamma

The Suzuki RG250 Gamma was a two-cylinder parallel, water-cooled 250 cc two-stroke motorcycle produced by Suzuki from 1983 to 1987. One of the major features of the RG250 Gamma was its large power-to-weight ratio.

Suzuki RG250 Gamma

The Suzuki RG250 Gamma was a two-cylinder parallel, water-cooled 250 cc two-stroke motorcycle produced by Suzuki from 1983 to 1987. One of the major features of the RG250 Gamma was its large power-to-weight ratio.

Suzuki RG400

The Suzuki RG500 "Gamma" was a motorcycle built by Suzuki between 1985 and 1987 and inspired by the 1984 Suzuki RG500 "Gamma" Grand Prix motorcycle, capitalizing on Suzuki's seven consecutive constructors title wins in the 500 cc-class.

Suzuki RG500

The Suzuki RG500 "Gamma" was a motorcycle built by Suzuki between 1985 and 1987 and inspired by the 1984 Suzuki RG500 "Gamma" Grand Prix motorcycle, capitalizing on Suzuki's seven consecutive constructors title wins in the 500 cc-class.

Suzuki X5

The Suzuki X-HEAD is a concept vehicle manufactured by Suzuki. It debuted at the 2007 Tokyo Auto Show.

Suzuki T10

The Suzuki G engine is a type of internal combustion engine manufactured by Suzuki Motor Corporation for various automobiles, primarily based on the GM M platform, including the:

Suzuki X6

The Suzuki T20 is a motorcycle with a 247 cc, two-stroke, twin-cylinder engine, and six speed gearbox.

Suzuki VX 800

The Suzuki VX800 is a road motorcycle shaft-drive V-twin bike from Suzuki.

Suzuki X7

The Suzuki XL-7 (styled as XL7 for the second generation) is Suzuki's mid-sized SUV that was made from 1998 to 2009, over two generations.

Suzuki Raider 150

The Suzuki Raider 150 is one of the fastest motorcycles in the 4-stroke underbone category. It uses the 150 cc (9.2 cu in) DOHC four-valve single-cylinder oil-cooled Suzuki FXR150 engine, with a six-speed transmission.

Suzuki DL 650 V-Strom

The V-Strom 650, internally designated DL650, is a mid-weight, sport touring motorcycle launched in 2004 with a standard riding posture, fuel injection and an aluminum chassis — now in its second generation since model year 2012. Marketed in Europe, Oceania and the Americas, the DL650 is manufactured at Suzuki's ISO 14001 certified final assembly plant in Toyokawa, Japan.

Suzuki DL 1000 V-Strom

The Suzuki V-Strom 1000, also known as the DL1000, is a dual-sport motorcycle with a 996 cc V-twin engine and a standard riding posture.

Suzuki Crosscage - Fuel Cell

The Suzuki Crosscage is an electric motorcycle with a futuristic look equipped with an AC synchronous electric motor, a power system fuel cell type PEFC (polymer electrolyte) air-cooled, a reservoir for storing 35 MPa high-pressure hydrogen and a lithium-ion battery auxiliary high performance. It has an autonomy of 200 km. The latest Suzuki prototype, the Crosscage, is an air-cooled fuel cell motorcycle combined with a powerful secondary battery to realize optimum power control. The fuel-ce

Suzuki Stratosphere

Suzuki Stratosphere is a Suzuki concept motorcycle, powered by a 1100cc transverse narrow-bore 24-valve inline-6 engine, rated at 180 HP.

Suzuki GSR400

The Suzuki GSR600 is a 599 cc 16v in-line four motorcycle that was introduced in 2006 as a middleweight street-bike built with the 2004 GSXR-600 engine.

Suzuki GSX-R/4

The Suzuki GSX-R/4 is a concept car made by Suzuki in 2001. It reaches a top speed of 181 mph (291 km/h) at 9800 rpm and weighs 640 kg (1,410 lb).