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Suzuki Sv650

A brand-new Suzuki twin-cylinder SV650 successor has been spotted in testing abroad. Given that the motorcycle no longer has a V-Twin engine as its predecessor had, Suzuki will likely brand with the GSX-S designation. A few days ago, spy shots of the all-new Suzuki V-Strom with parallel-twin engines leaked online.

Engine And Foundation Of The Suzuki Sv650 Successor

Although the specifics of this brand-new parallel-twin liquid-cooled engine are still unknown, it is most likely the same 700cc engine seen on the parallel-twin V-Strom. Suzuki will likely modify the engine to fit the personality of this speedy naked bike even though the engine hardware will remain the same. Due to the dense concealment, there aren’t many details about the main frame, but the tubular steel rear subframe is visible.

With the usage of a USD fork, suspension units significantly advance. Although it can’t be seen here, the rear suspension is provided by a mono-shock. We don’t yet know whether the suspension hardware on offer is adjustable.

Nissin, a Japanese company, is responsible for the braking system, which features a single-piston caliper and disc configuration at the back and two robust radial calipers clamping down on twin discs up front.

Design And Attributes Of The Suzuki Sv650 Successor

The stacked LED headlight up front and the sharp, angular bodywork, which replace the smooth, flowing lines of the timeless SV650, are two obvious design cues from the new Suzuki GSX-S 1000.

Since the rear tail-light unit is integrated into the number-plate holder (much like the BMW F900R and KTM 790/890 Duke), it is a design feature we haven’t seen from Suzuki before. This SV650’s replacement features a rectangular instrument cluster and is anticipated to include modern electronic riding aids.

Price And Launch Date For The Suzuki Sv650 Successor

Expect this bike to be priced and marketed against the Yamaha MT-07, the category’s best-selling product abroad. The Honda CB650R and the Triumph Trident 660 will also be competitors, but the 700cc Yamaha is most likely to be the main focus.

We anticipate the next-generation V-Strom (or at least one of them) and this parallel-twin engine naked bike to make their debuts at the renowned trade expo, EICMA 2022, given that Suzuki hasn’t had an entirely brand-new engine and chassis model for quite a few years.

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