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New Suzuki Line Up

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Country wide Suzuki dealers' meeting today. The bikes are not on display yet, but they should be after the meeting. I'll try and post some pics later.

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brian, also the suzuki manager lady stated that suzuki will start produce big bikes here like gsxr , hayabusa etc last Saturday when i was checking v strom at promanade.

And she said prices will go down once they do bikes here of course a big deal.

any information about it?

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I hope that GSXR1000 comes in at a semi-sensible price in the same way as the V Strom did.

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Talk about going from drought to feast!

So that'll be Honda, Suzuki, Kawasaki, BMW, Ducati and who else producing bikes here which will be available at more sensible prices?

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Great news. Really hope that will prompt Honda to produce the Hornet, the only simple, cheap, solid bike that everbody would buy in a blink of an eye.

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Of the Suzukis I only like the trail bike, but it's 125 not 400 as it should.

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Some styling that could only be described as 'Adventurous'!

One would hope the Tupperware on the Gladius can be replaced with something more appealing.

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Am I dreaming?!? or what?

Inazuma 250, a perfect bike for the city. it's a twin, lots of space for sitting and for passenger, I've read really good reviews about it.

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The Gladius Blue color looks awesome, if it's cheaper than ER6 or not much more expensive than the CB500, it will be a hit for sure.

In Brazil the Gladius costs more than the ER6n, both manufactured locally, including engine.

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