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Motorcycle Buyers Guide | Specs & Prices
Motorcycle Buyer’s Guide
Welcome to the Ultimate MotorCycling motorcycle buyer’s guide, which features specs, horsepower and prices of the latest models from all OEMs: Aprilia, Beta, BMW, Christini, Ducati, EBR, Harley-Davidson, Honda, Husqvarna, Hyosung, Indian, Kawasaki, KTM, Moto Guzzi, MV Agusta, Royal Enfield, Star, Suzuki, Triumph, Victory, and Yamaha.All motorcycles featured in the buyer’s guide has the important information, along with specs, color offerings and price. Also included in each entry of our Motorcycle Buyer’s Guide is a link to our latest reviews of that model.
Motorcycle Buyer's Guide | Specs & Prices
Unchanged for 2018, save the new HP Motorsport colors and a Pro seat with the XR logo stitched in, the 2018 BMW S 1000 XR remains a premier sport-tourer.
Originally slated to be a 2017 model—we tested a pre-production example in late 2016—the new BMW G 310 R is finally being released as an 2018 model.
Although its heavier and less powerful than European dual-sport motorcycles, the 2018 Suzuki DR-Z400S has simplicity and reliability going for it.
Think of the 2018 Yamaha XT250 as a casual-but-capable off-roader that is also an excellent local commuter, as well as being beginner-friendly.
The big news for 2018 is that the Suzuki GSX-S750 is now 50-state legal, so Californians can enjoy it on the many incredible roads in the state.
A basic and affordable dual-sport motorcycle, the 2018 Suzuki DR200S features an air-cooled engine and uses a Mikuni carb, along with electric starting.
Called a Katana when we first took a look at it in late 2016, the GSX250R finally arrives for the 2018 model year, but with only the alphabet soup name.