By: Anonymous: Mark ()  Tuesday, 13 May 2014 @ 10:52 PM ICT (Read 2773 times)  

Hi all,

Since this site does not say much about new models available in Thailand,I'd like to enlighten you.

Suzuki has 3 new models: The Burgman scooter 200cc -around 140 000 Baht
Gladius naked bike 650cc -around 300000 baht
a turing bike (forgot name) 650CC around 320 000 bajt


Yamaha has 3 ew big bikes available T-max 530cc 500 000 baht
Bolt 950cc V-twin cruised 430 000 baht
Forgot name 3 cylinder 800cc naked 420 000 baht

All available now in Thailand.

Regards,
Mark

By: news (offline)  Tuesday, 13 May 2014 @ 11:42 PM ICT  

For Suzuki we talked in an article (23 September 2013) about the motorcycles that Suzuki would introduce in 2014, please check The 2014 Suzuki Thailand Big Bike Line-Up.

We didn't yet had the chance to look at the Suzuki Burgman 200, but it is on the agenda. The Suzuki Gladius SV650 we talked about this motorcycle back in 2009 when Suzuki first showed the motorcycle at the Bangkok Motorshow with the rumor that they would introduce it in Thailand, you can read about this The New 2009 Suzuki SFV650 Gladius, at Bangkok Motorshow.

The last Suzuki motorcycle is the Suzuki V-Storm 650 was talked about in article The 2014 Suzuki V-Strom 650 - Quick Review it was also discussed on our forum 2014 Suzuki V-Strom 650 (DL650) Available in Thailand.

For Yamaha we talked about the Yamaha T-Max 530 on May 2013 see The Yamaha T-Max 530 - Yamaha Maxing Out. Also the Yamaha XS950 Bolt was announced a long time ago The 2014 Yamaha XVS950 Bolt Set to be Launched.

The 3-cylinder 800cc motorcycle you talk about is the Yamaha MT-09, and we announced that on 13 May 2013, see The Yamaha MT-09 - The Modern Three-Cylinder, we also talked in more detail about the engine The Yamaha MT-09 What's So Special? and it's also discussed on our forum 2014 Yamaha MT-09 will come to Thailand.

We actually have for a good amount of the latest motorcycles available in Thailand English owners manuals, and for some motorcycles we have technical information like parts manuals in both Thai and English.

   

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By: ThaiDesign (offline)  Wednesday, 14 May 2014 @ 06:45 AM ICT  

You forget to say that we also annouced that the Yamaha SR400 would officially be launched in Thailand, you can read about that here The 2014 Yamaha SR400 - Classic Yamaha Soon Available it was also discussed on Motorcycle Thailand Forum, see The Yamaha SR400 Official for Thailand.

   

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By: Anonymous: Robert ()  Wednesday, 14 May 2014 @ 09:41 AM ICT  

Quote by: Mark

Hi all,

Since this site does not say much about new models available in Thailand,I'd like to enlighten you.

Suzuki has 3 new models: The Burgman scooter 200cc -around 140 000 Baht
Gladius naked bike 650cc -around 300000 baht
a turing bike (forgot name) 650CC around 320 000 bajt


Yamaha has 3 ew big bikes available T-max 530cc 500 000 baht
Bolt 950cc V-twin cruised 430 000 baht
Forgot name 3 cylinder 800cc naked 420 000 baht

All available now in Thailand.

Regards,
Mark



Hello Mark,

Where can you buy the Suzuki touring bike aka V-Strom 650 for 320,000 Baht? I talked with Suzuki on the phone and they told me 350,000 Baht. Also the Suzuki Gladius is a bit more expensive Suzuki Thailand give me 319,000 Baht.

So if you know a location where we can buy official imported Suzuki big bikes for less money I'm sure a lot of people would like to here that.

Thanks in advance

Robert

By: Anonymous: Bell ()  Thursday, 15 May 2014 @ 07:51 PM ICT  

What about the Yamaha R25?

By: news (offline)  Thursday, 15 May 2014 @ 07:56 PM ICT  

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What about the Yamaha R25?



Yes, the Yamaha R25, or officially the YZF-R25, is currently hot stuff as it's announced that it will be launched in Indonesia on the 20th this month. But we talked about the Yamaha YZF-R25 about 6 months ago, December 2013 and we also give the specs which now everybody is reading on other websites.... See The Yamaha YZF-R25 - Parallel Twin Engine.

Anyway we have no official confirmation that Yamaha Thailand will add the Yamaha YZF-R25 to the line-up, but the whole reason why Yamaha manufactures the YZF-R25 in Indonesia and not India, is that it can easily be shipped to other ASEAN countries...

   

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