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2014 Suzuki V-Strom

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Woww.

How they can sell it for this price?

Will they manufacture it in thailand?

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I had an SV 650 with virtually the same engine. These engines are bulletproof, have loads of low end torque and the exhaust note from the V-twin sounds great !...a bit heavy though.

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Loads of options to kit one out!

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That top box and panniers are the ducks guts!

And for the rider who's GF doesn't want to take the contents of her entire wardrobe.

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I like the instrument cluster. Big enough for me to see what's going on!

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Should be a popular bike, great to see Suzuki also enter the big bike fray in Thailand. Nice to have a competitor to the Versys and a v twin too. Gets pretty good reviews.

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Where is this Promenade Big Bike 2013 event? in Sep 13-25?

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From what Ive read about this bike (a few years ago) is that its nothing short of amazing. Great power, great in the city, great in the country, great on the high way, excellent riding position, excellent fuel economy.... Im pretty sure it also won bike of the year, maybe even a few times. I checked about 6 months ago (when i was first thinking of moving here) if they are selling it in Thailand and it was a no... I bought a PCX recently, but this is very interesting.... Probably the best "do anything" bike on the market.

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The question ia how can they sell it in thailand for this price?

Normally, it needs to cost 480 k thb in thailand if it is import.

Maybe it is made in an Asean country?

Goos bike imo for long hauls. Goos reviews.

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Think it's built in Japan at the moment but if they assemble it in an ASEAN country then no import duty. Even if its ckd (completely knocked down - all the parts brought in from Japan and assembled)

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Maybe I missed something, but isn't this just Suzuki's version of the Versys, about 40k Baht more expensive and without the dealer support network?

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Where is this Promenade Big Bike 2013 event? in Sep 13-25?

I imagine the name is a fairly good clue?

The Promenade @ Fashion Island.

Ramintra 10km

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