For now, Suzuki has only announced that the Suzuki VanVan 200 will be coming, no information on when, where or how. So for now we just have to hope for the best, it makes sense that Suzuki will introduce the VanVan 200 in Thailand as Thailand customers are always eager for more power…
The Suzuki VanVan 200 is indeed available in Thailand, but we need to say that we have no idea about the price. Still the Suzuki VanVan 200 will be a huge amount of fun, we tested the Suzuki VanVan 125 and the only part we found a bit negative was that it had not that much power... That is fixed with the 200cc model.
My first feeling is the 129,000 THB for the Suzuki VanVan 200, which is basically a 200cc air-cooled motorcycle, is a bit pricey. On the other hand it’s a cult bike and a marvelous motorcycle to ride of any terrain.
Maybe we see more of this style of motorcycles in 2017, I can imagine that Lifan Thailand wants to re-evaluate the demand for the Lifan LF250GY-2 (Cossack 250). Which would be a bit more expensive that the current Lifan Cross 200 (which cost 47,000 TH.
The Lifan Cossack 250 is equipped with a 250cc single-cylinder air-cooled engine.