Suzuki has re-introduced the SV650 naked street motorcycle at EICMA, after the popularity the SV650S has gained. The Suzuki SV650 was discontinued in 1999, but the Japanese motorcycle maker has decided to relaunch the motorcycle again.
The new Suzuki SV650 boasts 140 changes in the engine and chassis department while 60 of those changes are in the motorcycle's engine alone. The SV650 features a 645cc, 90-degree liquid-cooled V-Twin engine that now produces 71bhp and 64Nm of torque.
The engine on the Suzuki SV650 is Euro 4 compliant, and the motorcycle is 8kg lighter than the original model that was discontinued.
Other notable features of the Suzuki SV650 naked street motorcycle are a low rpm assist that will help new riders and also riders commuting in the city. This feature helps riders by not letting the motorcycle stall out. Another standout feature is the Easy Start option, which helps the rider start the motorcycle with a push of a button.
*EICMA, or the Milan Motorcycle Show is an annual show in Milan, Italy featuring motorcycles.
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