More News From Suzuki On Off Road Models – RM-Z450 & DR-Z400E

More News From Suzuki On Off Road Models – RM-Z450 & DR-Z400E

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2018 Suzuki RM-Z450
Suzuki has released details on the 2018 Suzuki RM-Z450.

Suzuki has revealed details of the upcoming RM-Z450 ahead of the bike’s launch later this year, and confirmed pricing for the revamped DR-Z400E.

2018 Suzuki DR-Z400E arrives

Suzuki has released the revamped Suzuki DR-Z400E with a new look including anodised black rims and yellow and blue accents.

In good news for fans of the off-roader, the manufacturer has kept the pricing unchanged at $7,990 which is guaranteed to build upon the 18,000 units sold since its introduction.

The fresh, sleek look is complemented by a 398cc, liquid cooled, double overhead cam, four-stroke engine and an easily accessible air filter for easy maintenance and without the need of tools.

The rider also has the a multi-function digital instrument cluster with dual tripmeters with both addition and subtraction functions, clock and stopwatch with subtraction capability.

The Suzuki DR-Z400E is on sale in dealerships now.

2018 Suzuki DR-Z400E
The 2018 Suzuki DR-Z400E has now adopted yellow with blue accent styling inspired by the factory MXGP machine.

Suzuki unveils RM-Z450

Suzuki has released details on their highly anticipated motocross bike the RM-Z450 as it prepares for its launch later in the year.

Arriving in Spring, the RM-Z450 will be lighter, more rigid and agile with a lightweight frame, offering sharper handling, feel and control.

It features an updated 3-stage S-HAC system that adjusts ignition timing based on throttle position and gear selection to optimise engine output and maximise power delivery.

The 449cc engine now has more low-end torque, a flatter torque curve and more peak power.

Showa suspension is found in the front and rear with a 49mm Showa coil-spring fork and balance free rear cushion.

The Suzuki RM-Z450 also comes with a new look in Suzuki yellow with new graphics and logos and seat shape.

Suzuki claims the bike is the hardest-hitting, sharpest-handling, best-balanced and most rider-friendly production off-roader they’ve made.

Pricing and specifications will be revealed closer to the launch date.