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Toyota and Suzuki to co-develop C-MPV for India

In a joint release, Toyota and Suzuki recently announced their agreement to...
Tags: India, Autos, Toyota, Suzuki

Toyota-badged Maruti Ertiga & Ciaz officially confirmed for India and Africa

In a bid to consolidate its partnership, Suzuki and Toyota have announced their...
Tags: India, Africa, Autos, Toyota, Suzuki, Maruti Ertiga, Ciaz

Maruti Suzuki & Suzuki cut production by over 8% due to low demand

Maruti Suzuki and Suzuki (four-wheelers) reduced production of their vehicles...
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Suzuki Is Working on “Anti-Accident” Radar Reflectors

Car Tech Making Its Way to Bikes Many cars on sale today feature all kinds of radar technology designed to help prevent accidents. It seems now that Suzuki is planning on adding similar technology to its motorcycles. According to the Italian publication Motociclismo, the company is currently working on adding radar reflectors to its motorcycles. The publication cited some patents that Suzuki recently filed. Suzuki’s system is different than some of the other radar technology out there. Instead ...
Tags: Motorcycles, Suzuki, Motorcycle News, Motociclismo, Safety Tech, Radar Reflectors

Suzuki Ertiga GT prices leaked ahead of launch next week

Suzuki will launch the Ertiga GT in Indonesia on 22 March 2019. IAB has got its...
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Suzuki Ertiga Black Edition launched in the Philippines

Suzuki has launched a Black Edition of the Ertiga in the Philippines, where it...
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Suzuki Ertiga GT for Indonesia shown in walkaround video

At GIIAS 2018, Suzuki had introduced the Ertiga Suzuki Sport Concept. This...
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Suzuki models now sold at Toyota dealerships in Kenya

Months before Maruti Suzuki models reach Toyota dealerships in India, Suzuki...
Tags: Autos, Kenya, Toyota, Maruti Suzuki, Suzuki

Feel the Illinoise: A DR-Z400 for the streets of Chicago

Federal Moto have  the Midas touch. The builds coming out of their Chicago workshop are sharp-edged, compact and big hits with our readers. But sometimes, success can be a double-edged sword. After releasing ‘The Sunshine State of Mind’ SR500 in 2016, Federal were bombarded with requests for a replica build. “But there’s no fun in building the same bike twice,” says lead builder Mike Müller. “We love the support, but we also want our clients to have a one-of-a-kind bike.” So Federal genera...
Tags: Facebook, Chicago, Motorcycles, Honda, Scrambler, Sc, Moto, Yamaha, Mike, Karoo, Mike Muller, Suzuki, CDI, Hella, Custom Motorcycles, Suzuki Motorcycles

Suzuki DR-Z50 launched in India at INR 2.55 lakh

Offing a product for budding off-roaders, Suzuki Motorcycle India has announced...
Tags: India, Autos, Suzuki, Suzuki Motorcycle India

Hero Splendor outperforms Honda Activa for five consecutive months

Two-wheeler sales in January 2019 saw Suzuki Access 125 replace the TVS Jupiter...
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Zero Motorcycles leads in electric motorcycles as BRP scoops up Alta’s remains

As the mobility world awaits Harley Davidson’s EV debut, there’s plenty of motion in the e-moto startup space. Zero Motorcycles unveiled its new 110 horsepower SR/F model in New York this week, offering a 200 mile range, one hour charge capability, and top speed of 124 mph. The California based startup—whose investors include New York VC firm Invus—wired the SR/F with Zero’s new Cypher III operating system and Bosch’s Motorcycle Stability Control. Both combine to offer remotely synced mobile co...
Tags: TC, New York, California, Tech, Ceo, United States, Motorcycles, Ski, Lightning, Honda, Operating System, Electric Motorcycles, Harley Davidson, Bosch, Zero, Harley

2019 Suzuki GSX-S750 with new colours launched globally

The 2019 Suzuki GSX-S750 has been introduced in the international markets with...
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The Best of the 2019 Mama Tried Motorcycle Show

There are only four or five months of good riding weather in the American Midwest. The rest of the time, motorcyclists keep sane by wrenching. And nothing offers more inspiration than the annual Mama Tried motorcycle show in Milwaukee. The sixth edition of the show happened just last weekend, shortly after the polar vortex was done ravaging the region. Visitors huddled away from the snow inside the Eagles Club—a ballroom and live music venue with a pseudo-psychedelic interior. Inside, cust...
Tags: Facebook, Milwaukee, Wes, Motorcycles, Honda, Harley-davidson, Midwest, Pj, Harley, Yamaha, Kawasaki, Dan, Jeff, Suzuki, Jeff Wright, Penton

Ilmberger Carbon’s Suzuki GSX-R1000 Carbon Build

Carbon Fiber Galore Carbon fiber is used on a wide variety of motorsports applications to make things lighter weight and improve performance. Ilmberger Carbon has been producing motorcycle carbon fiber parts for decades. The company started in Germany in 1990 by motorcycle racer Julius Ilmberger. It puts out some seriously impressive stuff. One of the company’s latest builds is the Suzuki GSX-R1000 Carbon seen in the photos above and below. While the company didn’t fiddle with the engine on the...
Tags: Germany, Motorcycles, Honda, Suzuki, AgustA, Suzuki GSX, Motorcycle News, Ilmberger Carbon, Suzuki GSX-R1000, Ilmberger Carbon 's Suzuki GSX, Julius Ilmberger, Ilmberger, Buell While

COOL RUNNINGS. Banb Motorcycle’s ‘Zumax’ Suzuki GSX750 Inazuma Racer

Written by Andrew Jones Ostentatious oil coolers have been a stock-in-trade item for Japanese car customisers for decades. Lifted from racing car stylings of the 70s and 80s, the more ridiculous its placement and the route the oil lines take, the more street cred the cars seem to have. Now an essential part of the Japanese ‘Shakotan’ style, it’s part of a plethora of cool custom ideas developed in Japan since the dawn of time. But has it ever been attempted on a custom bike? Well, it has now....
Tags: Japan, France, US, Motorcycles, Marseille, Paris, Bmw, Classic, Mad Max, Steven, Kawasaki, Suzuki, Brat, Goodridge, Andrew Jones, Yoshimura

Will Honda Build a Modern Cafe Racer, Too?

Sticking With the Trends We just reported on the fact that Suzuki filed a patent for a cafe racer, and now it seems that Honda could be working on a similar motorcycle. According to the Japanese publication Young Machine, Honda will consider bringing back the GB series of bikes in the form of a modern cafe racer.  As RideApart notes, the GB bikes were Japan’s attempt at they’re own British bikes. GB basically equals Great Britan, get it? Well, we got a few of those bikes here in North America, ...
Tags: Japan, Motorcycles, Honda, North America, Suzuki, Young Machine, Great Britan, Young Machine Honda

Is a Retro Suzuki Cafe Racer Coming?

Patent Suggests Maybe Suzuki recently filed a patent application for a new cafe racer bike that would be a nice addition to its lineup. The bike, if built, would likely fit in with some of the other retro-styled motorcycles, including the VanVan 200 and the TU250X. Although, it appears that this bike would have higher displacement than either of those bikes. This new cafe racer would be a welcomed addition to the Suzuki Cycles lineup. The two bikes mentioned above are excellent but a little on ...
Tags: Motorcycles, Suzuki, Motorcycle News, Café Racer, Suzuki patent, Patent Suzuki

Suzuki split on Maruti continuing diesel vehicles - Report

The leap from BSIV to BSVI emission norms will make the future of diesel...
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New Suzuki DR Big model could arrive by 2020 - Report

At the 2018 INTERMOT show, Suzuki introduced the new 2019 Katana. The new model...
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Suzuki Files Patent for Unique Engine Placement

Just Flip It Around In a recent patent filing, Suzuki decided it would take the standard motorcycle engine placement and flip it on end. The company filed a patent for a bike with an engine that’s essentially flipped around with the cylinder heads of what appears to be a single-cylinder engine positioned almost horizontally and placed right up by the front fork.  According to Cycle World, the design can be used on single or inline motorcycle engines. The cylinders fit between the main frame rai...
Tags: Motorcycles, Patent, Suzuki, Motorcycle News, Nembo, Suzuki patent, Suzuki Files Patent for Unique Engine Placement

QUICK AND THE DEAD. Exesor Motorcycles’ ‘Santoku’ ’76 SUZUKI GT250 Racer

Written by Martin Hodgson Let’s face it. The days of new road legal two-stroke motorcycles are fast being resigned to the scrap heap of history. Thankfully, the scrap heap is exactly where Christian Schwarzenlander gets the donors for his projects, he simply refuses to start a build with a bike that runs. The owner of Austria’s Exesor Motorcycles had stumbled across an old, dead smoker at a giveaway price and with a love for 1970’s racing it was the perfect chance to combine the two. The end ...
Tags: Austria, Motorcycles, Christian, Classic, Yamaha, CNC, Ural, Suzuki, Racer, Martin Hodgson, Exesor Motorcycles, GT 250, Christian Schwarzenlander, Exesor, Exesor Motorcycles Instagram Facebook, Herman Pillichshammer

Open Letter to Suzuki – A Road Map to Bring the Jimny to America

(The following is an open letter from contributor Seth Parks, who, like many of us, holds a special fondness for the rugged little Suzuki Jimny – a vehicle available almost everywhere … except North America. We’ve added photos for your viewing pleasure.) Dear Mr. Takuya Sato, As EVP of Suzuki Motor of America, you are […] The post Open Letter to Suzuki – A Road Map to Bring the Jimny to America appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: America, Editorials, Autos, North America, Overseas, SUVs, Suzuki, Seth Parks, Suzuki Jimny, Jimny, Takuya Sato, Suzuki Motor of America

Could Suzuki Bring a DR Big Based on the V-Strom 1000 to Market?

Rumors Suggest It Is So Suzuki looks like it could soon be battling in the upper-middle-class adventure segment of the market. The bikemaker could revive the DR Big name with a bike based on the V-Strom 1000. According to DriveMag Riders, word on the street is that the model will come with 100 hp and be more off-road oriented than the V-Strom. DriveMag Riders cites information from a Spanish publication called Trailriders. In that article, the DR Big is suggested as an alternative to Honda’s Af...
Tags: Motorcycles, Honda, Rumor, Suzuki, Motorcycle News, Strom, Adventure Motorcycles, Suzuki DR Big

Toyota-badged Vitara Brezza to be launched in 2020 or later - Report

As a part of Suzuki and Toyota?s partnership, their Indian subsidiary will...
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Suzuki series Round 2

Yesterday was round two of the Suzuki summer racing series, run at Manfield just a week after round one in Taupo.  It was a pearler of a day and a good opportunity to imitate Chillertek with my not as flash camera... I'm definitely no expert at photography but I do love getting the chance to have a bash and try and get some cool action shots. Dad and I rocked up just after ten as the [Author: Andrew Thomson]
Tags: Motorcycles, Motorsport, Taupo, Suzuki, Andrew Thomson, Manfield

2019 Suzuki V-Strom 650 XT introduced in India

Suzuki Motorcycle India has launched the 2019 Suzuki V-Strom 650 XT in India,...
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Is a Suzuki Twin-Turbo Motorcycle on the Way?

A Forced Induction Force to be Reckoned With Back in the good old days of 2013, Suzuki showed off a new concept bike called the Recursion which featured a turbocharged system. Today that possibility sounds more plausible for a production bike. According to Cycle World, Suzuki recently filed new patent applications that show a motorcycle with a special turbocharged engine. The patent application was for the frame, but what makes this frame special is the application of the turbocharged XE7 engin...
Tags: Motorcycles, Suzuki, U S Patent Office, Motorcycle News, Turbocharging, Recursion concept, Suzuki Twin Turbo Motorcycle, Forced Induction Force, Cycle World

Is This the Exhaust System for the Next Suzuki Hayabusa?

Hopefully, It Makes Joyous Noise We reported a while back that Suzuki has a new Hayabusa in the works. Now we may be seeing the first patent for the next model. According to RideApart, the company has filed a patent for a new 4-into-2 exhaust system. It looks like it could be used on the next Hayabusa superbike. Crafting a new exhaust system is a delicate science. It has to sound good, but not be too loud. It also has to allow the engine to breathe enough to create good power without spewing to...
Tags: Motorcycles, Suzuki, U S Patent Office, Hayabusa, Motorcycle News, Suzuki Hayabusa, RideApart

Suzuki has not given up on the Grand Vitara's successor - Report

Suzuki could be considering the next-gen Grand Vitara for India, as per a...
Tags: India, Autos, Suzuki, Grand Vitara

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