How fast is a Suzuki Burgman 650?

How fast is a Suzuki Burgman 650?

110 mph

Top speed & performance
Max torque 45.7 ft-lb
Top speed 110 mph
1/4 mile acceleration 16 secs
Tank range 130 miles

Is the Burgman 650 reliable?

The Burgman 650 is the most reliable motorcycle I have owned. I’ve had some that were as good, but none better. They were good, but not as good for all around riding as the Burgman 650. In over 30,000 miles I have had no problems and no repairs, only routine maintenance, and not much of that.

How much gas does a Suzuki Burgman 650 hold?

Suzuki Burgman 650 Dimensions, Aerodynamics and weight
Fuel Tank Capacity 15.14 litres (4.00 gallons)
Reserve Fuel Capacity
Carrying Details and Capacity Underseat compartment can hold two full-face helmets. Three compartments below the handlebars.
Front Suspension Telescopic, coil spring, oil damped

Are 650cc bikes fast?

Most 650cc motorcycles are fast. Generally speaking, 650cc motorcycles can reach between 100 and 130 mph, with some models being capable of going as fast as 150 mph. A 650cc sportbike can be just as powerful, if not more than an 800cc sport touring motorcycle.

What does a Suzuki Burgman 650 weigh?

The Suzuki AN 650 Burgman model is a Scooter bike manufactured by Suzuki . In this version sold from year 2003 , the dry weight is 238.0 kg (524.7 pounds) and it is equiped with a Twin, four-stroke motor.

What is 650 650?

Area code 650 is a California telephone area code in the San Francisco Bay Area that was split from area code 415 on August 2, 1997. It includes most of San Mateo County (except the northernmost portion), part of San Francisco, and the northwestern portion of Santa Clara County including Palo Alto , Mountain View, and Los Altos.

What is Suzuki 650?

Suzuki V-Strom 650. The Suzuki V-Strom 650 (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 third generation since model year 2017.

What is a 650 motorcycle?

A 650cc-engined motorcycle was once considered a large machine, but was later relegated to the smaller end of middleweights. Even then (the ’70s, a time of tall sissy bars and Honda CB450 choppers), a 650 was a respectably sized motorcycle.

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