Will there be a 2023 DR650?

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Will there be a 2023 DR650?
Image: Suzuki 2023 DR650SE

Suzuki Canada is excited to announce the early release of select Dual Sport and Offroad Motorcycles for the 2023 model year.

These models are coming soon to a dealer near you!

DR650SE

Wherever your road leads, DR650SE can take you there. With a 644cc, SOHC four-stroke, air-cooled engine with Suzuki Advanced Cooling System (SACS), adjustable front forks and rear suspension, and options to lower your riding position, you can have a powerful, reliable, comfortable ride.

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DR-Z400SM

Welcome to the exhilarating world of supermotard riding. DR-Z400SM is a street-legal bike for serious dirt bike enthusiasts. With a 389cc liquid-cooled, four-stroke engine, DR-Z400SM provides strong low-rpm torque and crisp throttle response for any occasion. DR-Z400SM features inverted forks for less unspring weight and improved overall handling.

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DR-Z400S

DR-Z400S offers a fun ride down your favourite off-road trail yet is completely street legal. Featuring a 398cc liquid-cooled, four-stroke engine, DR-Z400S offers crisp handling, an electric start and easy to read instrument cluster. Whether you’re on the highway or in a tight twisty forest trail, the Suzuki DR-Z400S can’t be beat.

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OFFROAD / MOTOCROSS

DR-Z125

Suzuki’s entry-level offroad bike blends race-inspired looks with our time-proven chassis and engine package. Built with a reliable and compact 124cc four-stroke, single-cylinder, SOHC, air-cooled engine provides strong low-to-mid range power delivery that’s easily handled.

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DR-Z125L

DR-Z125L offers the same race-inspired looks and engine package as the DR-Z125L with a few key differences. A front disc brake and larger wheels enhance handling and performance.

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RM-Z450

With a sleek, race-ready appearance, strong engine and nimble chassis, the RM-Z450 offers the winning balance. Notable features include: a 449cc liquid-cooled, four-stroke, four valve, DOHC engine; advanced electronics including Suzuki Holeshot Assist Control (S-HAC), plus a balanced, lightweight chassis, optimal braking performance and more.

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RM-Z250

The RM-Z250 has many of the same race-ready features as the RM-Z450, with a 249cc liquid-cooled, four-stroke, four-valve, DOHC engine. With RM-Z250, riders have the advanced electronics including Suzuki Holeshot Assist Control (S-HAC), plus a balanced, lightweight chassis, optimal braking performance and more.

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Is Suzuki going to stop making motorcycles?

Does this mean Suzuki will cease manufacturing motorcycles and related products? No. Suzuki is committed to continue to do business in the motorcycle category and deliver premium Suzuki motorcycles, ATVs, and scooters to its dealers and customers.

What is the cruising speed of a DR650?

If you keep with the standard front sprocket distribution (i.e. 15/42), you can comfortably cruise at 100kph (60mph) all day. You can of course go faster, but you will get tired more quickly. The DR650 only has 5 gears and a big single-cylinder which is ideal for off-road (i.e. more torque at lower rpm).

How much horsepower does a DR650 make?

According to the Dirt Rider automotive scales, the DR650S weighs 369 pounds wet. Seat height was measured at 35 inches. Wheeling it onto our in-house dyno, multiple pulls were conducted to determine peak horsepower and torque, where we documented 35.1 hp at 6,200 rpm and 32.2 pound-feet of torque at 4,500 rpm.

Why the DR650 is the best?

At its core, the DR650 is just a big ol' dirt bike, and as such, it's an incredibly capable and versatile machine off-road. It's got plenty of ground clearance, the perfect amount of power for technical trails, and a smooth and easy clutch that's predictable on any terrain.

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