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Suzuki updates Burgman 400 for 2017

With a restyle, improved comfort and more midrange performance

Suzuki updates Burgman 400 for 2017

SUZUKI  has updated its Burgman 400 scooter, the middle model in the Burgman range, with a host of changes designed to improve its looks and performance.

The 2017 Burgman 400 has been given more current styling courtesy of a slimmer, sharper design at both ends, new dual LED headlights, tail light and indicators.

Suzuki says the Burgman 400’s comfort and utility have been improved thanks to a 20mm thicker seat, an updated multi-function display with Eco-drive indicator and cut-away footboards. It’s also got a new upswept screen too.

The liquid-cooled four-stroke single cylinder 399cc engine has been updated with a new airbox for improved low- to mid-range torque and it’s gained an iridium spark plug.

Braking performance has also been looked at and Burgman 400 now uses a new Nissin ABS module that Suzuki says saves almost 750g in weight.

Other changes include a new 15 inch front wheel which replaces the 14 inch wheel on the current/outgoing model, plus increased frame rigidity for improved handling.