Suzuki Burgman 650


The Burgman 650 Executive is one of the most luxurious methods of two-wheeled transport that money can buy whilst using 15% less fuel* than the previous model. With its light handling, ample cornering clearance and decent power, the Burgman combines advanced motorcycle design all within the executive comfort of a scooter. With high levels of specification such as heated seats and grips, cavernous amounts of storage, and a protective front screen which can be raised or lowered electrically while on the move, the Burgman takes executive scooter refinement to a whole new level – there’s even a power socket for your sat nav or to charge your phone on the move. With unsurpassed levels of comfort, weather protection with big bike power and ABS braking, the Burgman is a leisurely tourer and hasty commuter right at the top of the luxury sdooter class.

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Bike Details


Engine capacity: 638cc
Engine: 4-stroke, 2-cylinder, liquid-cooled, DOHC
Bore: 75.5mm x 71.3mm (2.97in x 2.81in)
Compression ratio: 11.2 : 1
Lubrication: Wet sump
Ignition: Electronic ignition
Fuel system: Fuel injection
Transmission: 6-speed constant mesh
Drive: Belt
MPG: 60.50
Power: 40.5kW @ 7000rpm (55PS)
Torque: 62.00Nm @ 5000rpm (46.00lb.ft)†


Front suspension: Telescopic, coil spring, oil damped
Rear suspension: Swingarm type, coil spring, oil damped
Front brakes: Disc brake, twin
Rear brakes: Disc brake
Front tyres: 120/70R15M/C 56H
Rear tyres: 160/60R14M/C 65H


Overall length: 2265mm (89.2in)
Overall width: 810mm (31.9in)
Overall height: 1420mm (55.9in)
Wheelbase: 1585mm (62.4in)
Seat height: 760mm (29.9in)
Kerb Mass: 277.0kg (610.68lbs)
Fuel capacity: 15.0 litres (3.3UK gallons)
Ground clearance: 125mm (4.9in)

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