Suzuki has opened up bigbike website

bard

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Oct 2, 2008
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Finally Suzuki has opened up a website with there current offerings in bigbikes, you can find it here http://www.thaisuzuki.co.th/thai/bigbike.php

No prices as I can find but a good selection of bikes there

Hayabusa
Intruder M800
SV 650 SA (1/2 Fairing)
Gladius
Bandit 1250 SA (1/2 Fairing - awesome tourer)
Burgman 650
GSX-R750
Bandit 1250 (Naked raw power)

If someone get the pricelist from them and share it as I am currently offshore working it would be great.

Cheers Bard
 

Dougal

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Dec 18, 2007
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Here is a list of prices as quoted to TonyBKK at the motor show:

Hayabusa 1340 800.000 Baht.
GSX-R 750 700.000 Baht.
Bandit SA 1250 670.000 Baht. ( Bikini Fairing )
Bandit 1250 650.000 Baht. ( Naked Bike )
SV 650 SA 480.000 Baht. ( Bikini Fairing )
Gladius 650 450.000 Baht. ( Naked Bike )
Burgman 650 550.000 Baht ( Huge Scooter )
Intruder M800 500.000 Baht. ( Cruiser )

Suzuki is asking 700,000 Baht for the GSX-R 750
 

KZ

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Aug 20, 2003
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Their prices seem high compared to KAWASAKI, probably because they aren't assembled in TH and have to pay high taxes. The "Gladiola" for twice the price of aER6n - no thank you!
I'd be very interested in the DR650, would make the perfect supermoto... I always want what I can't have...
 

Azoulay

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May 25, 2006
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Hi Friends,

Thanks for the information, a pitty not to see any off-road bike.
What a hell bike brands in LOS obstinate to put on catalog "speed" bikes and very few off-road bikes.

What will you do with a Hayabusa or a Bandit with 30 cm depth holes on the roads ?
 

oldbloke

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Feb 15, 2009
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:( Price on a Gladius seems about 50% more than what we would pay in Australia. I guess I won't be able to hire an SV when I'm over there - seems a shame..