2013 Suzuki Burgman Video
Bold And Powerful -The All-New 2013 Burgman 650.
Suzuki has completely overhauled its largest automatic touring cycle
ever made, with the 2013 Burgman 650 now featuring an all-new styling,
reduced weight, improved fuel economy and much more to ensure every
rider's comfort whilst maintaining its power.
From every angle, the Burgman 650 displays smart technology and
superior quality with sharply styled multi-reflector headlights, dual
multi-reflector tail lights and an all-new triangle section muffler
ensuring a sleek look and satisfying the most stringent emissions
An expansive, thickly padded seat allows plenty of space for two
people to sit comfortably for long stretches and includes a rider
backrest that is easily adjustable without tools, with
electronically-controlled rear view mirrors and a height adjustable
windscreen ensuring the ultimate comfort for every rider.
The newly designed, slimmer tail section finishes off the all-new Burgman 650's sharp look.
With plenty of storage capacity, the Burgman 650 boasts a 50-litre
under-seat storage compartment, enough for two normal size full-face
helmets, plus three front compartments for smaller items, one containing
DC outlet to charge a mobile phone, and an additional cable lock
allowing the rider to secure a helmet outside the compartment.
Featuring the largest displacement engine in its class, the Burgman
650 is powered by a 638cc, twin-cylinder, computerised fuel-injected
powerplant which delivers smooth performance, while the O2 feedback
system with catalyser boosts fuel efficiency and minimises emissions.
Redefined transmission settings and reduced mechanical losses
contribute to increased fuel economy, with the Burgman's engine using 15
per cent less fuel* than the previous model in drive mode.
The automatic transmission delivers excellent control and is
adjustable by a push of a button on the handlebar, allowing riders to
choose between three different transmission modes - two fully automatic
modes (Drive and Power) and a Manual mode.
The Drive mode increases efficiency at normal road speeds and gives
smooth, linear, power delivery for easy riding, whilst the Power mode
delivers more punch when pushing the throttle and the Manual mode allows
the rider to choose between five preset gear ratios for a unique
feeling of control.
The easy-to-read control and instrument panel keeps the rider fully
informed and features the all-new Eco Drive Indicator to encourage
riding that may reduce environmental impacts, with a light appearing
when the Burgman 650 is operated in a fuel-efficient manner^.
The Antilock Braking System (ABS) helps to maximise the rider's
control by preventing the wheels from locking during excessive braking
and it weighs an impressive 55 per cent less than the one of the
In addition, all-round disc brakes deliver reassuring stopping power
with the overhauled front brakes design featuring floating discs for
more consistent braking performance.
For increased security, the Burgman 650 is equipped with a Suzuki
Advanced Immobiliser System (SAIS), a transponder-tyre, transistorised,
digital, computer-controlled immobiliser and a magnetic cover over the
ignition switch which opens only with the correctly coded key.
The Burgman 650's will be available in Australia in autumn 2013 with colours and pricing to be announced prior to arrival.