Suzuki SV650 S (2003 - present)

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Suzuki SV650 S (2003 - present)

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The old SV always looked a bit soft with the lights just a shade too GSX600F (the standard unit of motorcycle ugliness against which all others are measured), giving the whole bike the appearance of being a bit bug-eyed. The seat unit, and especially the pillion seat, were very rounded ...  Continue reading

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The market is flooded with SVs for a good reason, they are excellent, reliable all-rounders. I have just returned from an 1000 mile trip around England and Wales, and it never let me down (although I did have t Continue reading...
I have been to europe twice and found it delivered up to 65mpg and we weren't hanging around either. It is very reliable and fun to ride. I am having difficulty convincing myself to upgrade to something more mo Continue reading...
Perky v twin that grows your confidence and abilities. Definitely recommend this for your first bike Continue reading...
A good bike to look at and sounds good, but brakes are crap and suspension is to soft, many times when traffic lights would suddenly change red and I would have to suddenly brake, the bike just doesn't want to Continue reading...
At £4465 OTR (£4325 price tag in the Suzuki dealer Sept 2011-£650 off list price) its an absolute bargain!
Sweet engine, low state of tune(only 70bhp) it's super reliable, loves to be revved, tho has a really Continue reading...

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This bike will suit the newcomer or shorter rider, but it offers a lot of fun for very little money.
 
The brakes could be stronger and the budget suspension disappoints slightly.
  • Price: £5654.00
  • Year: from 1999
  • Engine capacity: 645cc
  • Power: 72bhp
  • Torque: 47lb ft
  • Weight: 169kg

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