$1000 bonus with MY20 650 V-Strom

The MY20 V-Strom 650XT is now available from Australian dealerships sporting three updated colour schemes and for a limited time, customers can ride away with a bonus Genuine Suzuki aluminium top-case, valued at $1,000.

Suzuki DL V Strom DLXAM Top Case
2020 Suzuki DL650 V-Strom bonus top-case

The bonus 38L top case is constructed from 1.5mm aluminium and powder coated black to protect against oxidation and abrasion whilst being easy to clean. Additional protection is offered by glass-fibre reinforced plastic covers at each corner top and bottom, the lid also features four large tie-down points integrated into the design.

The V-Strom name is synonymous with reliability and value for money amongst the motorcycling community. The perfect blend of capability, versatility and comfort ensures many stress-free kilometres for owners whether commuting daily or embarking on a long-distance adventure.

Suzuki DL V Strom DLXAM action
2020 Suzuki DL650 V-Strom

The highly refined 645 cc 90-degree V-twin is tuned to deliver robust low to mid-range torque for whilst maintaining an exhilarating top-end, the full-powered variant produces 70 horsepower at 8,800 rpm with 62Nm of torque at 6,500 rpm.

Maximum output of the Learner Approved variant is limited to 47 horsepower in order to comply with the Learner Approved Motorcycle Scheme (LAMS) requirements. The Learner Approved version is only available in the Glass Sparkle Black colour scheme.

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2020 Suzuki DL650 V-Strom

A traction control system can be switched to either of two modes, or turned off completely. Differing in terms of sensitivity, mode one allows modest rear wheel spin for more advanced, exhilarating riding, whilst mode two activates traction control at the slightest loss of rear-wheel grip giving the rider greater confidence on slippery surfaces or challenging conditions.

An ever important feature on an adventure touring motorcycle is a comfortable seat, the V-Strom 650XT’s seat design works in unison with the front cowling and will continue living up to its reputation for being an ultra-comfortable touring machine.

Suzuki DL V Strom DLXAM YVB R
2020 Suzuki DL650 V-Strom

For controllable and dependable stopping performance the 650XT is equipped with 310mm twin discs with twin piston calipers up front and a 260mm single disc with a single piston caliper on the rear. A compact and lightweight Anti-lock Brake System (ABS) unit features advanced settings for a more natural feel and secure activation.

Wire-spoked aluminium-alloy rims as standard on the V-Strom 650XT absorb shock effectively at low speeds to promote friendly handling character and are shod with Bridgestone Battlax Adventure A40 tyres.

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2020 Suzuki DL650 V-Strom

Hand guards and protective engine under cowling are fitted as standard equipment to support harsh riding conditions.

For user convenience a 12V DC outlet is positioned directly below the instrument cluster as standard equipment.

Suzuki DL V Strom DLXAM action
2020 Suzuki DL650 V-Strom

The Suzuki Low RPM assist system reduces the chances of an unexpected engine stall by automatically raising the idle speed when releasing the clutch or when riding at very low rpms. Proving particularity helpful in frequent clutch work situations such as navigating through congested city traffic.

The MY20 Suzuki V-Strom 650XT and V-Strom 650XT Learner Approved are available now for a Manufacturer’s suggested price of $13,490* Ride Away including the bonus 38L aluminium top case.

Suzuki DL V Strom DLXAM action
2020 Suzuki DL650 V-Strom

*Advertised Ride Away prices include 12 months registration costs (6 months registration for NT) and dealer pre-delivery charges. Available on V-Strom 650 MY18 & V-STROM 650XT MY19/MY20 models from participating Suzuki Motorcycle dealers, during the campaign period.

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