Official Suzuki Big Bike Showroom

Suzuki Thailand has finally entered the Thai big bike market, last week Suzuki Thailand opened there first big bike showroom. With the new big bike Suzuki showroom, Suzuki now offers a good range of big bike motorcycles in Thailand.

The Thai big bike motorcycle market has just become more interesting now that Suzuki has entered, for example only a few months back the only big bike you could buy where a few Kawasaki's and some European brands, where the price was surely not the sales pitch, but now we have Suzuki. If we compare the Suzuki Gladius 650 to the Kawasaki ER6N we can clearly see that they both are targeting the same market.

The Suzuki Gladius 650 and the Kawasaki ER-6N

While both of these motorcycles are new in Thailand, their platforms are based off motorcycles from a previous generation. The Kawasaki ER-6n is based off the recently redesigned Ninja 650R complete with its friendly, 649cc Parallel Twin cradled in a compact steel chassis and wrapped in sharp futuristic bodywork that turns heads. The Suzuki Gladius 650 on the other hand is modeled off of Suzuki’s beyond popular Suzuki SV650 model. It’s powered by a 645cc V-Twin wedged in an easily manipulated steel chassis. Like the ER it features a new contemporary shape. The final similarly is that both of these bikes are affordable priced.

We as Motorcycle Thailand want to wish Suzuki Thailand all the best, for people who cannot wait, Suzuki Avenue Ratchayothin is open all week except on WednesdayTag: Suzuki Gladius Showroom SV650 650cc Kawasaki ER6N V-Twin Parallel-Twin Naked-Bike
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Sunday, 16 August 2009 @ 10:52 PM ICT
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