The 2015 version of Suzuki’s best-selling DR650SE enduro is set to touch down in Australia during August.
Boasting a bold new white and grey livery, the number one choice for trail, road and adventure in Australia draws on an unparalleled heritage.
“No other motorcycle in our range is as popular with customers wanting to build an adventure tourer to take on some of the world’s toughest tracks,” said Suzuki Australia Motorcycle Marketing Manager Lewis Croft.
“Travel anywhere in the adventure motorcycling world and chances are you’ll find a DR650SE in various states of modification.
“No other machine can offer such a heritage of reliability and value for money.”
The 2015 iteration comes with the same 644cc four-stroke engine, featuring Suzuki’s Advanced Cooling System (SACS) and tuned with an emphasis on user-friendly performance at low to mid engine speeds.
With the convenience of electric start and mechanical automatic decompression, the DR650SE fires first time, every time.
The gear-driven single counter balance system minimizes engine vibration for a comfortable ride, while the 40mm Mikuni carburettor ensures a smooth intake flow and sharp throttle response.
The front and rear suspension systems both provide long 260mm wheel travel for ease of handling, while twin piston calliper disc brakes front and rear provide reliable stopping power.
Built for all purposes and all sizes, the Suzuki DR650SE can be optioned with a 40mm lower seat height by your dealer.
“The DR650SE is ideal for long haul trips and short bursts on the trail, guaranteeing a comfortable ride to work or play. And it’s 100 per cent street-legal and learner approved.”
The 2015 Suzuki DR650SE is due to arrive this August and will be available for a recommended price of $8,090* and backed by Suzuki’s two-year, unlimited-kilometre warranty.
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