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2013 Suzuki Burgman 650 Is All New

One of the nicest announcements from Suzuki for 2013 was the Burgman 650 maxi-scooter. Now, calling a 638cc beast a “scooter” may be a bit off, but since nobody seems to have a problem with this, we'll just put on a happy smile and carry on.
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For 2013, the Burgman 650 brings an electronic injection 638cc twin-cylinder engine with 4-stroke DOHC architecture and being capable to put out as much as 56 BHP. The transmission is automatic, which for some may seem very nice, and works with a 6 speed gearbox and 2 preselected car modes.

When pushed hard, the 2013 Suzuki Burgman 650 will reach up to 160 km/h, just under 100mph. Dual front brake discs and a rear disc system come with standard ABS and offer increased stopping force with safer operation.

Riders get even a parking brake repositioned under the front end of the pilot's seat and the whole dashboard has received updates. The instruments are now both analog and digital and are easily readable, including a very useful eco-drive light indicator, allowing the pilot to adapt his driving style to a more fuel-efficient one.

Available in black, gray, or white, the 2013 Burgman 650 also claims 15% more mileage. Standard version misses the heated grips and seat, and the adjustable shield.

 
 
 
 
 

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