2016 Suzuki Burgman 650 Test Ride

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ฉันรักสกู๊ตเตอร์บางตัว ….. ปกติแล้วฉันจะยึดติดกับสกู๊ตเตอร์ที่เล็กกว่าเพื่อความสนุกสนาน แต่วันนี้ฉันกำลังขี่พ่อผู้ยิ่งใหญ่ของโลกสกู๊ตเตอร์ burgman 650 เป็นรถที่ยอดเยี่ยมเสมอ! .

ฉันรักสกู๊ตเตอร์บางตัว ….. ปกติแล้วฉันจะยึดติดกับสกู๊ตเตอร์ที่เล็กกว่าเพื่อความสนุกสนาน แต่วันนี้ฉันกำลังขี่พ่อผู้ยิ่งใหญ่ของโลกสกู๊ตเตอร์ burgman 650 เป็นรถที่ยอดเยี่ยมเสมอ! .

ฉันรักสกู๊ตเตอร์บางตัว ….. ปกติแล้วฉันจะยึดติดกับสกู๊ตเตอร์ที่เล็กกว่าเพื่อความสนุกสนาน แต่วันนี้ฉันกำลังขี่พ่อผู้ยิ่งใหญ่ของโลกสกู๊ตเตอร์ burgman 650 เป็นรถที่ยอดเยี่ยมเสมอ! .

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22 thoughts on “2016 Suzuki Burgman 650 Test Ride

  1. randy beard says:

    Just Remember when Riding any Motorcycle/Scooter-Loose Gravel, Dogs, Deer, Livestock or Vehicles–if you should hit anyone of these, most of the Time on a 2 wheel Machine, you LOSE–Been there done that and have the scar's to prove it…

  2. Average Joe says:

    My girlfriend just got a 2015 Honda CTX 700 DCT fully loaded. I still think my 2009 Burgman 650 is much nicer. Driving her's is a "an automatic motorcycle" and mine is a smooth "Cadillac."

  3. Roger Smith says:

    I have a 2009 version of this bike/scooter. Let me describe some features while you watch. It is a 650cc CVT scooter. It is not a light as a feather pizza delivery guy scooter but a scooter nonetheless. It can zip in an out of the traffic and lane split (if that is legal in your area) whilst at the same time holding its own on the open road at 110km/h the national limit where I live in Australia. Starting at the front there is an electrically operated screen using a button on the handlebar so the screen can be raised or lowered while riding. The handlebars also have a switch to fold in the mirrors for parking to avoid damage or to lane split. I find the screen provides lots of wind protection at high speed but if I need a bit more air at low speed I can lower it. There are twin discs up front and a single disc on the rear – with ABS they work well bringing the machine to quick stop via levers on the handlebars. There is a parking brake for when the bike is on the side stand as the CVT reverts to neutral. Because it is a CVT there is no clutch. The transmission has a full auto mode which I think is best but there is a manual mode if you must fiddle. This is operated via a finger and thumb button on the left handlebar as is the power button which is for extra revs to overtake when in auto mode. The seat is wide and comfortable and there are footboards for both rider – which have three positions from calves at right angles to the thighs through to almost full highway cruiser pegs style. The footboards for the pillion are long and wide but are not height adjustable. The dash contains speedo, tacho fuel and temp gauges and toggling the buttons give you options for trip meters – two, a clock or fuel consumption. There are two latched storage boxes on either side of the dash – they will hold you phone or wallet of other similar sized things. There is also a lockable storage area with a cigarette lighter style socket for charging things. Under the seat is storage for 2 full face helmets if packed as directed. A passenger built in back rest comes as standard but I recommend if you can afford it removing this and adding a top box so you have extra storage and the pillion still has a backrest. A tip – if you're a first time rider buy safety gear including boots, gloves, protective pants with built in hip and knee pads and a jacket with elbow, shoulder and back pads. I assume a helmet is mandatory in your areas it is at least advisable. In my area I am told nurses refer to motorcyclists/scooterists as organ donors on wheels. Don't become one for want of the right gear.  Finally I suggest you take a test ride if you have the chance – you'll enjoy it.

  4. Amerikrainian says:

    Dou think a 2003 Burgman is too old to buy now? Somebody near me is selling one in great condition, with 9k miles, but I don't know if it would be a deal since it's that old.

  5. axisv says:

    I highly recommend the Andreani Cartridge kit for the front forks. The stock forks really suck but it is a different animal with the Andreani kit with separately adjustable compression and rebound. I bought on ebay about two years ago for my 2013 650 and they shipped from Italy. The local shop installed and required some machining but well worth it.

  6. Joe Richardson says:

    This is Plano, Texas, I knew this was familiar, great video, I am currently living in the Philippines and you just don't see any Bergman scooters here, one of these scooters are on my bucket list, thanks for sharing

  7. Baconator James says:

    You'd never know it from my opinion that follows, but I love scooters – thanks to carpal tunnel, I moved away from the clutch and love auto – unless I'm riding for sport of course. I've been riding different genres since 1980. I've owned 2 Burgman 400's and found them to be wimpy but great for < 100km/h purposes. I've been window shopping for something larger, and frankly, there's been zero innovation since then – to be more precise, we're looking at either a dying market or someone's in love with the 'tech' that went into the 1985 Honda Elite 125cc, my first scooter. Other than ABS, heated handgrips and automatically adjustable windscreen, we're looking at the same hilariously ancient design of almost 30 yrs ago. I mean look at the display cluster on this bike for starters – barely visible digital readout with the same real-time speed reaction of a '86 Mercury Cougar I used to drive. We've got the same flimsy plastic cubby holes, the not-funny-anymore plastic key, an ECO mode, for crying out loud…not to mention the same dorky looking plastic fairing assembly – it seems like both innovation and design hit a brick wall years ago and they just barely find a reason to continue the genre here and keep slapping on silly variations of the same goofy appearance. The accoutrements you can buy are still the same "should be included" stuff that'll cost you an arm and a leg. Back in '03, Honda made a scooter called the Griffon. It was a 750cc beauty (for its time) prototype that showed what I was hoping was a glimpse of things to come. 15 years ago, we're talking video readouts of the rearview on the instrument cluster, LED headlight system, innovative storage solutions, a more solid, metallic look and a sportier stance, plus it was interesting, if not beautiful, to look at. Oh and it was extremely fast for a scooter. Here we are 15yrs later, and we have a bunch of lego-quality plastic surrounding an oversized frame with a (let's be honest) rather underpowered engine that still manages to idle roughly after being on the market for what, 20 years now? 650cc may have been impressive back in the 90's, but at this point, 1000cc is barely an apology. I'm hoping someone starts putting viable electric solutions into these bikes so we can stop prostrating to Suzuki & BMW like they're doing us a favor with 60hp scooters. BMW should especially be ashamed for their prices – but Suzuki need to give their heads a shake too. $11k Canadian to buy a 650cc Burgman? I'll offer you $7k if you throw in a 3yr unlimited warranty and a topbox.

  8. Mike Parrish says:

    at first they told me the cvt motor that was 1400 picked it up and never made it home .blamed it on a bolt that gave way that suzuki should have covered but the whole cvt trans faled have to replace the whole cvt ass

  9. Mike Parrish says:

    just got rid of an 09 burg great bike smooth fast ………but shit transmission .mine took a shit at just 14.000 miles and cost me over 3500 dol to replace aold it for 3500 lost the 3500 i put into it ….i now have a silver wing way more dependable and just about as much power

  10. Dudley Ferguson says:

    One thing I really hate about these type of scooters is the suspension On the 200cc burg you feel every singe dimple on the road hitting a hole the size of your hand will feel like riding off a 2ft drop. It's fkn shit !

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