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Suzuki V-Strom 1000

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Suzuki V-Strom 1000
Suzuki has unveiled the future of motorcycling with the reveal of a production version of the all-new Suzuki V-Strom 1000 adventure tourer.

Boasting new levels of engineering performance, the all-new Suzuki V-Strom 1000 builds on a heritage of adventure touring that Suzuki started 25 years ago.

"Suzuki has an enviable history of pioneering new trends, with revolutionary motorcycles such as the DR750S, the first ATV and the legendary Hayabusa," said Suzuki Australia Motorcycles National Marketing Manager Lewis Croft.

"This latest V-Strom once again demonstrates the essence of Suzuki motorcycle engineering, with a host of exciting new features."

Strong, rider-friendly engine:
A totally redesigned, liquid-cooled 1037cc V-twin engine produces effortless acceleration along with a strong V-twin rumble.

Lightweight, well-balanced chassis:
Slim and lightweight aluminium frame, thickly padded seat and an adjustable windscreen provides an easy, comfortable, and fun to ride character.

Brakes and suspension:
Performance-inspired radial mount front brake caliper with Antilock Brake System provides riders confidence in braking on various road conditions. The V-Strom 1000 also features an inverted front fork and an easy to adjust single shock style rear suspension.

Distinctive design:
Inspired by the 1988 DR750SМў‰вВ‰ЫќSuzuki's first big on/off-road machineМў‰вВ‰Ыќthe V-Strom 1000 features bold and distinctive styling to create an unmatched presence.

Advanced Traction Control System:
Suzuki's advanced traction control system is equipped for enhanced sport riding, performance, and the peace of mind to negotiate slippery surfaces with confidence.

Innovative luggage system:
An all-new luggage system was designed and tested in harmony with the big V-Strom's overall development. The luggage system provides easy installation, a narrow overall width when installed, and a clean look when detached.

"The all-new Suzuki V-Strom 1000 will hit Australian dealerships in autumn and we will announce pricing details closer to launch," said Croft.

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