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2015 Suzuki Dual Sport Lineup First Look | DR200S Updated

2015 Suzuki Dual Sport Lineup

Suzuki launched its 2015 motorcycle lineup Tuesday during its annual dealer meeting held in Las Vegas. The 2015 Suzuki DR200S was updated, but except for new colors, many of Suzuki’s Dual Sports were not changed.

The DR200S – Suzuki’s smaller dual sport – has been significantly updated to increase its versatility and style. The bike has racy RM-Z-inspired styling, featuring a newly shaped seat that integrates smoothly with a redesigned fuel tank.

This updated saddle delivers better performance when carving corners in the dirt, and more comfort for the commute.

Special attention was paid to make the 2015 DR200S a better fit for a wider-range of riders with its ergonomic changes. The DR200S now has a 3.4-gallon fuel tank coupled with an engine that delivers an estimated 105mpg.

The 2015 Suzuki DR200S is available in two colors: Champion Yellow and Solid Black, both for a retail price of $4,499.

The remaining 2015 dual sports arrive as carryovers with new color combinations.

The 2015 Suzuki DR650S is designed to perform in all conditions, from dense city traffic to quiet wooded trails. This DR is powered by a reliable, air-cooled 645cc single-cylinder four-stroke with the Suzuki Advanced Cooling System to ensure consistent engine performance.

With inverted cartridge front forks, and rear suspension with piggyback style reservoir and adjustable compression damping, the DR650S provides a comfortable, and stable ride. Disc brakes front and rear add to the performance features. The DR650S’ seat height can be lowered by more than 1.5 inches, helping riders tailor the bike to his or her preference.

The 2015 Suzuki DR650S is styled with a new color combination of Solid Special White / Solid Iron Gray, for a retail price of $6,499.

The Suzuki DR-Z400S can handle almost any riding condition, from an around-town jaunt to an adventure-seeking escape. It is powered by a liquid-cooled 398cc four-stroke single to provide a mix of torque along with commuter-friendly fuel economy.

The suspension is tuned for comfortable riding with long-travel cartridge forks that allow adjustment for compression/rebound damping and preload.

The rear shock uses progressive linkage and adjustable compression/rebound damping for superior comfort and control. The DR-Z400S features a multifunction instrument gauge that dual sport riders will treasure, with easy adjustment features for adventure rides.

The 2015 Suzuki DR-Z400S gets a new look with its Solid Special White / Solid Iron Gray color combination, and it carries a retail price of $6,599.

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