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  • Kymco - Gone in 55 Seconds

    That’s right, each one of the 570,000 Kymco vehicles sold last year were gone in a mere 55 seconds!  In fact, the company has manufactured over 4.5 million scooters, ATVs and motorcycles this decade alone! 

    Why?

    Because since 1963, Kymco has known nothing but quality, reliability and style in everything they do. But don’t listen to us.  Listen to our ISO 9001 (the world manufacturing quality assurance rating), listen to the Japanese and European manufacturers who rely upon our components in their own machines, or listen to our millions of happy customers around the globe. But most importantly, we stand behind our product as the most reliable on the market – evidenced by our 4-Year Warranty on scooters and 3-Year Warranty* on ATVs.



    DID YOU KNOW?

    • Kymco was established in 1963 to manufacture parts and components for Honda. 
    • Honda, in fact, was a major shareholder in Kymco until the 1990’s
    • Kymco is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of power-driven products       
    • Kymco manufactured their first scooter in 1970 and began marketing under the Kymco brand name in 1992·        
    • Kymco has manufactured over 4.5 million vehicles this decade alone·        
    • Kymco sold over 570,000 vehicles last year·   
          
    • Every 55 seconds, someone somewhere in the world is buying a Kymco·        
    • Kymco is one of the few “self-sufficient” companies across the globe, manufacturing almost all of its own components, including carburetors·        
    • Kymco has been awarded ISO 9001 – the world manufacturing quality assurance rating·        
    • Kymco manufactures components for Arctic Cat·        
    • Kymco manufactures engines for BMW (the G450X enduro engine)·        
    • Over 17% of the substantial Kymco workforce is dedicated to research and development·        
    • Kymco’s headquarters are in Kaohsiung, Taiwan, and the company manufactures through five production factories across Asia·        
    • Kymco was the fourth largest scooter manufacturer in Australia last year – AND GROWING FAST!!!

     




    For the past nine years, Kymco has been successfully marketing its range of scooters under the BUG banner to become the fourth largest scooter manufacturer in Australia.  BUG scooters have been re-branded to Kymco in 2009.  Further to this, the company has just launched a tough and reliable range of All Terrain Vehicles (ATV’s) tailored for Australian conditions, and will introduce a range of entry-level motorcycles to the market in September of this year.     

    While still in its relatively early stages in Australia, Kymco is an absolute global phenomenon.  The company manufactured over 570,000 vehicles last year, which means that every 55 seconds someone, somewhere in the world was purchasing a Kymco.

    And at Kymco, they know nothing but quality in everything they do.  The company has been awarded ISO 9001 – the world manufacturing quality assurance rating.  Kymco has also forged a strong relationship with the global scooter and motorcycle industry, manufacturing engines for BMW Motorcycles and components for a number of European and Japanese manufacturers. 

    Kymco, in fact, was established to manufacture parts for Honda in 1963.  The company manufactured its first scooter in 1970 and began marketing under the Kymco banner in 1992.  The BMW G450X enduro engine (manufactured by Kymco) has won huge acclaim and adds yet another feather to the Kymco cap.

    Kymco’s headquarters are located in Kaohsiung, Taiwan, and the company manufactures through five production factories across Asia.  Over 17% of the substantial Kymco workforce is dedicated to research and development alone, including developing tailored products for global markets such as Australia and New Zealand. 



    *Offer ends 31st October, 2009.  Standard warranty is 2-Years (unlimited km/hrs)

  • HART QLD Celebrates First Birthday With Mate's Rates


    27 July 2009 - To celebrate their soon-to-be first birthday, Honda's newest rider training centre located at Brisbane Airport (HART Queensland) is offering fantastic weekday mate's rates.

    "Our Queensland centre has experienced an exceptional first year of business with bookings exceeding expectations," according to HART National Manager, Mark Collins.

    "We are really pleased to see that the local community is responding so positively to having a rider training centre in the area that can provide proven, world-class programs."

    Brisbane HART is the fourth national centre in Honda's network which is designed to provide a national strategic approach to improving training and safety for all riders, regardless of skill level.

    HART Brisbane delivers Q-RIDE licence training and assessment and services the largest motorcycle market in Australia. They are the only provider to use a "riding simulator" to provide introductory skills and hazard perception.

    The Honda Rider Trainer is a computer driven, easy-to-use, riding simulator that puts riders in real-life road traffic situations. The Windows compatible software provides a wide variety of options from city riding to touring on small, medium or large capacity machines, as well as with a manual or automatic (i.e. scooter) transmission. The simple design of the Riding Trainer includes motorcycle handlebars and pedal operation components, a seat, along with a lightweight frame and video monitor.

    HART also operates in Victoria and NSW, and is Australia's leading rider training company delivering state-of-the-art teaching methods to over 17,000 riders each year.

    HART is fully owned and run by Honda Australia who, apart from being a subsidiary of the world's largest motorcycle manufacturer, is also one of the world's largest trainers of motorcyclists.

    The mate's rates deal works by simply booking yourself and a friend in for any HART course on any weekday before September 30th and one rider will get a massive 50% off.

    For more information on HART's various courses, go to: www.hartridertraining.com.au

  • ASF - Poor planning places riders in jeopardy

    Poor planning places riders in jeopardy

    The Australian Scooter Federation (ASF) has serious concerns about the proposed placement of some bicycle lanes. This is due to the dangers posed to powered two wheelers (PTW) by the poor planning and lack of consultation involved in said lanes.

    Bicycle Lanes a Hazard to Motorcycles. Following the recent call for shared Vulnerable Road User Lanes and the apparent rejection by government of this proposal, the ASF backs the call made by MRA (Vic) President John Karmouche to the Minister for Ports and Roads, Tim Pallas, to take action to ensure that the safety of PTW riders would not be jeopardised by future bicycle only lanes.

    Mr Karmouche stated that in many places, bicycle lanes have been implemented in such a way as to remove options for motorcycle and scooter riders. There are numerous occasions where the proliferation of bicycle lanes has forced powered two wheelers onto the tram lines if they are to legally ride on that stretch of road. “While this is less of an issue for larger motorcycles, smaller motorcycles and scooters find tramlines slippery and they can be quite disconcerting and dangerous to ride on, especially on wet days” claimed Mr. Karmouche.

    Remove Dangerous Lanes. The ASF agrees with the MRA and seeks the possible removal of some bicycle lanes, citing Church Street in Richmond and Brunswick Street in Fitzroy as just two of the many roads where the narrowing of available roadway to install bicycle lanes has forced riders over on to the slippery and often poorly maintained tram lines.

    The ASF believes if sharing lanes is not to be an option, and the government is genuinely serious about safety; there is an urgent need for a review of existing lanes and for consultation with the Victorian Motorcycle Advisory Council prior to implementing any new on-road bicycle lanes. Current road design is forcing PTW's to mix it with general traffic including heavy transport which is dangerous, especially when windy and wet

    Official Neglect. The ASF shares concerns that motorcycle and scooter riders are often excluded from their fair share of road space consultation, especially when they are the only road uses whom incur a safety levy. Unlike other categories of road users such as cyclists or heavy vehicles, no money except levy money is budgeted for the improvement of motorcycle safety.

    The ASF are alarmed that as legitimate road users they are often ignored by Government which is evident in the delay in the new five year Powered Two Wheeler Safety and Transport Strategic Action Plan which is now six months overdue.

  • Kymco revises RRP down on top models

    Kymco have revised the RRP on most models sold in Australia

    Here is a list of the new Rec retails , dont forget to add dealer delivery and govt charges in your state......

    New retails are current

    for more info www.kymco.com.au

  • Daelim S1 125 09 Model

    Daelim S1 125

    Take an already good model and improve it. Now your talking!

    Daelim Australia

    At Scootersales.com.au we get to see some impressive scooters come into the garage and here is one that just keeps getting better.

    The Daelim S1 125 has been given a 2009 facelift or shall we say revision to improve on an already exceptional package. We tested the 08 S1 125 recently and found it to be an amazing value for money scooter at just $3990 + ORC.

    With standard features like fuel injection, linked twin disc brakes, 12 volt charger, external fuel filler with 9.5 litre fuel tank capacity and above average build quality,  the Daelim was punching well above it's weight.

    Now for 2009 Daelim have performed an evolution on the S1 revising areas it thought needed attention.

    Changes like 

    • New extra plush seat with red stitched piping
    • Black Painted Wheels
    • Revised Engine Mapping
    • Louder Audible Indicator Warning
    • New Fresh Colours

    So the proof will be in the riding but take an already impressive model, research your customers feedback and make the required changes. Very dynamic from a company that has a reputation for building top quality scooters.

    We will report back in the next few weeks once we get to know the Daelim S1 a little better.

  • NSW Rider Licence Chart

    Flow Chart explaining NSW Scheme

  • 2009 Bendigo Motorcycle Expo

    On October 3rd & 4th, Bendigo will come alive with the rumble of motorbikes visiting the First annual Regional Victorian Motorcycle Expo.

    Designed by a small committee of local bike enthusiasts, to spark interest in the general community into the benefits of scootering and motorcycling, as well as showing new and innovative ideas to serious bikers.

    Bendigo is the largest city in regional Victoria with a population of just over 100,000 people and is the hub of a huge catchment area with a large number of serious bike riders not to mention the off road users. We know from experience that a lot of country riders and potential riders will not venture to the major cities, but they will come to Bendigo.

    The Bendigo Exhibition Centre is located at the Prince of Wales Showgrounds less that 3kms from the Central Business District. Bendigo is conveniently located in the geographic centre of Victoria, situated at the junction of the Calder, McIvor, Midland and Loddon Valley Highways, with excellent connections to other interstate highways, placing more than 90 per cent of the state's population within a two hour drive. Bendigo is serviced by high quality road and rail links making it truly accessible to a vast number of potential buyers and motorcycle enthusiasts.

    With the Melbourne expo cancelled this year, we expect the attendance to exceed our estimated 10,000 enthusiasts attending, so if you are a retailer or importer of aftermarket goods, be it apparel or for the Bike, this is the place to be on the 3rd and 4th of October and if you are looking for dealers for your products this is also where you will find them.

    Take a look at our website to see what we have to offer. If you get in real quick you may still qualify for a free site upgrade. Check the site out and find out - but be quick.
    www.bendigomotorcycleexpo.com.au

  • Kymco Launches ATV's and Motorcycles to complement scooter range

     


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    They are one of the world’s largest manufacturers of power-driven products and now Kymco is coming to Australia in an even bigger way.

    For the past nine years, Kymco has been successfully marketing its range of scooters under the BUG banner to become the fourth largest scooter manufacturer in Australia. BUG scooters will be re-branded to Kymco in 2009.

    Further to this, the company has just launched a tough and reliable range of All Terrain Vehicles(ATV’s) tailored for Australian conditions, and will introduce a range of entry-level motorcycles to the market in Q4 of this year.

    While still in its relatively early stages in Australia, Kymco is an absolute global phenomenon.The company manufactured over 570,000 vehicles last year, which means that every 55seconds someone, somewhere in the world is purchasing a Kymco scooter, ATV or motorcycle.

    “Kymco is one of the few “self-sufficient” companies across the globe, manufacturing almost allof its own components, from wheels to carburetors and engines to brake pads,” says Stuart McLean, Chief Executive Officer of Kymco Australia & New Zealand. “Where other manufacturers have buyers running around Asia sourcing parts and components, most of what you see on a Kymco is manufactured by Kymco itself.”

    And at Kymco, they know nothing but quality in everything they do. The company has been awarded ISO 9001 – the world manufacturing quality assurance rating.The company has forged a strong relationship with the global scooter and motorcycle industry,manufacturing engines for BMW Motorcycles, components for Arctic Cat, along with a number of other manufacturers.“The fact that a company with the prestige of BMW are willing to put their reputation in the hands of Kymco speaks volumes for our product”, McLean said.

    “And to back up our product, we have assembled a nationwide dealer network and a team of local, experienced industry professionals to take our product to market and ensure we provide an optimum level of service to our customers.”Kymco, in fact, was established to manufacture parts for Honda in 1963.

    The company manufactured its first scooter in 1970 and began marketing under the Kymco banner in 1992.The BMW G450X enduro engine (manufactured by Kymco) has won huge acclaim and adds yet another feather to the Kymco cap.

    Kymco’s headquarters are located in Kaohsiung, Taiwan, and the company manufactures through five production factories across Asia. Over 17% of the substantial Kymco workforce is dedicated to research and development alone, including developing tailored products for global markets such as Australia and New Zealand.This product development is evident in Kymco’s new range of ATVs, which have been recently launched in Australia.

    Acknowledging the fact that the Australian and New Zealand markets are agriculturally-focused, Kymco has produced a range of hard-working and reliable ATV’s designed specifically for farm use.Take the Kymco UXV 500 side x side utility vehicle, which comes complete with 4 Wheel Drive,class leading independent suspension on the front and rear, a 500cc engine, a whopping 31cm ground clearance and a towing capacity of 550kg to boot.

    Or the Kymco MXU 300, 400 and 500 ATVs, which are taking the market by storm with their performance and utility. All come complete with selectable 2WD/4WD that can be changed on the fly, automatic CVT transmission, the power of a Kymco 300/400/500 engine and huge towing and carrying capabilities. The MXU 500 can tow 454kg and carry 85kg on the rear rack and 45kg on the rear, while the MXU 400 can tow 447kg and is rated to carry a combined 102kgon the front and rear racks. Add to this front and rear disc brakes and high/low range drive systems (400 & 500 only) and you have a package sure to please all farmers.

    All Kymco UXV and MXU models are supported by a 2-Year Factory Warranty.And at Kymco, it’s not all work and no play.

    There’s also the Maxxer 300 for trail riders, featuring a 270cc engine, automatic transmission and 25cm ground clearance for tackling either the trail or the track. And for the kids, there’s the Maxxer 50 & 90. Both models come complete with automatic CVT transmission, lanyard safety switch, electric ignition with kick-start back-up and a 49cc/89cc engine. Q4 of this year will also see the launch of a new range of motorcycles from Kymco. The Quannon 125 is a sporty, entry-level machine, the CK 125 is the commuter’s choice, while the Venox 250 is a V-Twin cruiser with everything a serious rider wants in a motorcycle – minus the inflated price tag.

    And of course, Kymco is back in 2009 with its customary range of scooters. From the Xciting RI500cc to the Vibe, Sento, Super 8 and Pronto 50cc models, there’s a size and style to suit everyone’s riding requirements, from zipping around town to enough power to burn on the freeway. Kymco currently offers 10 scooter models, including 50cc, 125cc, 200cc, 250cc and 500cc variants.

  • Kymco comes to town with it's motorcycle range

    Quannon, CK and Venox

     


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    To celebrate the production of its 4.5 millionth vehicle this decade, Kymco is set to launch its range of motorcycles to the Australian market.

    The Quannon 125cc sportsbike, the CK 125cc commuter and the Venox 250cc V-Twin Cruiser will be launched to market over the latter stages of Q3 this year, capping off an exciting period for Kymco Australia & New Zealand after their recent launch of an all-new ATV range and the continued dominance of the company’s scooter line-up.

    Each model is a guaranteed head-turner, with gleaming chrome, glowing paintwork or classic styling to complement the superb engineering, comfort and design riders have come to expect from Kymco over its 46-year history.

    Established in 1963, Kymco is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of power driven products, and has long been a dominant player in the Australian scooter market. The company manufactured over 570,000 vehicles last year, which means that every 55 seconds, someone somewhere in the world was purchasing a Kymco vehicle. In fact, Kymco has produced over 4.5 million scooters, ATVs and motorcycles in the past decade alone, increasing volume by 36per cent since 1999.

    And backing up Kymco’s world renowned product quality is the fact it has been awarded ISO9001 – the world manufacturing quality assurance rating. The company has forged strong relationships with the global scooter and motorcycle industry, manufacturing components for other brands such as the G450X enduro engine for BMW.

    For genuine sports appeal in a smaller bike, nothing beats the big ‘sports bike’ look of the Quannon 125. The full fairing aerodynamic design adds to the performance its powerful 4-stroke engine puts out. Electric starting gets riders going instantly, while the twin spar frame is both stylish and strong. With wide tyres on 17” wheels, the Quannon 125 boast amazing grip and agile and responsive steering. Disc brakes on the front and rear, digital instrumentation and twin halogen headlights cap off this impressive package.

    The CK 125 is undoubtedly the commuter’s choice – a value-for-money machine with a smart commuter look, boasting bikini fairing, alloy wheels, front disc brake, twin shocks and luggage rack as standard. The smooth 125cc, 4-stroke engine provides plenty of grunt, while the spacious riding position offers an incredible level of comfort.

    For those looking for the classic ‘big cruiser’ styling in a smaller machine, then the Venox 250 is for you. The gleaming paintwork and chrome highlighting easily catch the eye, while the machine itself has everything a new rider seriously wants in a motorcycle – minus the inflated price tag. From its V-Twin, 4-stroke, liquid-cooled engine to the 17” front and 15” rear wheels, Venox is a genuine cruiser. This machine also has a tank-mounted speedometer, electric start,twin-piston brake caliper, right hand exit exhausts and twin shocks with adjustable pre-load toset a new class-leading standard. Click to enlarge







  • Honda's Humble CT110 Hits The Road

    Honda is thrilled to be able to meet one of the demands of the Aussie motorcycle market that has been on the 'wish list' for some time.

    The manufacturer is releasing the top selling CT110 in a road registerable guise, meaning that fans can now use their bike both on road and off.

    Honda's CT110 has been on offer in its agriculture form for many years, and the new model being released is simply a road legal version of this stalwartly machine.

    The usability and durability of the robust CT110 is well renowned, having been the model of choice for legions of adventure-seeking riders needing a small off road bike that they could rely on 100%.

    In addition to being the powerhouse for many unusual fundraising ride activities, the bike also has an iconic following through numerous enthusiasts clubs whose members test the little machines to their absolute limits.

    The 4-stroke engine is extremely reliable, very low maintenance and simple to service.

    A convenient heel toe shifter and automatic centrifugal clutch, plus a wet sump oil system and closed chain guard also make it ultra-easy for maintenance.

    With a dual range 4 speed transmission including a low and high range, the bike's 105cc OHC single cylinder engine offers plenty of grunt for getting around town as well as enjoying the open road.

    Honda's retro-looking gem also comes with front and rear gear carriers, standard left and right side stands, and offers a low seat height making it ideal for smaller riders.

    Riding the CT110 is a breeze and is an ideal non-scooter alternative for those who want a nimble, small capacity machine to get them around in comfort and style.

  • Kymco Downtown 125/300

    New commuter for Kymco launches in Europe with an all new 299 cc engine/transmission package dubbed the G5.

    PICS BY Motoblog.it

    The Kymco Downtown looks set to be a popular model for the Taiwanese Scooter Manufacturer.

    The Downtown available in both 125 and 300 models has certainly been tuned for the European Market where commuting on a scooter reigns supreme.

    The big news here is that Kymco have developed an all new motor and transmission for the Downtown, the G5. Running 4 valves, fuel injection and a 299 cc capacity the Downtown 300 outputs an impressive 24 Kw of power.

    Other features include 2 full face helmet storage, spring loaded seat and a 5 in 1 multi function key that operates different areas of the scooter. A 12 volt charger is located in a handy glove box up front whilst the dash contains a tyre pressure warning system.

    Disc brakes with the option of ABS, 5 way adjustable suspension on the rear and dual halogen headlights all means that Kymco have really sat down and thought this one out.

    Check out the photo gallery on the Downtown and whilst your at it have a play with the Kymco Global launch site for this model. Not available in Australia just yet the Downtown 300 would certainly be a welcome addition.

    For more Australian Kymco information check out www.kymco.com.au

     

  • VACC - Share the Road

    The VACC calls for an increased awareness of the benefits a scooter can bring to the City of Melbourne.

    VACC

    VACC, the peak Automotive Industry body in Victoria, has reiterated its call for improved road sharing schemes.

    “The global economic slowdown has forced many Australians to re-consider their personal transport options,” VACC Executive Director, David Purchase, said.

    “Many commuters have cut costs by leaving the car at home but some do not like the idea of having to cram onto an already over burdened public transport system. Therefore, Powered Two-Wheeled (PTW) vehicles have become an attractive alternative.

    “Scooters are a cheap, efficient and accessible mode of transport. But they deserve the same status and respect as other vehicles on the roads. In the VACC’s opinion, the Victorian Government has failed to recognise this.

    “VACC believes the Government and the infrastructure plans should make provision for scooters through an integrated transport policy.

    “The community and environmental benefits of scooters are clear. Scooters use smaller parking spaces than cars and leave a tiny carbon footprint. However, some people are put off from using them because they feel vulnerable riding on the roads.

    “VACC repeats its call for scooter riders to be allowed to share bicycle lanes. VACC is calling for designated and signed “Safe Routes”, safety boxes, access by scooter riders to certain designated bicycle, transit and bus lanes and allowing boxed turns on certain busy intersections

    “It is a call echoed by the Motorcycle Riders Association (Victoria) which is today calling on the Minister for Ports and Roads, Mr Tim Pallas, to consider allowing all vulnerable road users, including PTWs to share the on-road lanes that are now the exclusive domain of bicycles.

    “VACC will be highlighting this issue through the fifth annual Scooter Rally in Melbourne. Hundreds of scooter riders will take to the City’s streets to emphasis the fact that while scooter riding is social and fun, it is an important mode of transport. It is about time the Government took Powered Two-Wheeled vehicles seriously and made an effort to appreciate their value in reducing congestion and demand for parking spaces,” Mr Purchase said.

  • Piaggio Fly 125 Now $2990

    Piaggio Fly 125

    Piaggio Fly reduced $700 while stocks last. Now only $2990 + ORC.

    Scootersales.com.au

    From July 1st, The Fly 125, one of Piaggio's best selling entry level models renowned for quality and durability, will be temporarily reduced to $2990, a $700 saving on the normal RRP ($3690).

    Customers will need to be quick as this price will only be available while stocks last.

    While Fly competes in one of the fastest growing and competitive segments of the scooter market, key elements distinguish Fly from competitors to really underpin the value of this price reduction.

    Piaggio in Italy is renowned for design and longevity of style as showcased through its Vespa range. Fly's authentic Italian heritage combines contemporary and proportional style cues that maintain a modern appearance.

    Fly's strongest feature, however, is the powerful 125 air-cooled leader engine and CVT transmission, the same ultra reliable power plant fitted to the Vespa LX range.

    Designed for practical urban use the environmentally friendly Fly provides excellent fuel economy and conforms to stringent E3 emission regulations.

    Other features include generous under seat storage, baggage hook and lockable glove compartment. Low seat also available as optional extra.

    Fly is available in four colours: Black, Midnight blue, Silver and White and is now available at all authorised Piaggio Vespa Gilera dealers. RRP is $2990 plus on road costs.

    About Piaggio

    The Piaggio company, nestled in the Tuscan countryside between Florence and Pisa, first invented scooters in 1946 when it produced the first-ever Vespa and helped liberate a war-torn Italy. Vespa remains the iconic scooter brand with its unique metal-bodied design. Today, Piaggio continues to produce scooters under the classic Vespa brand, the sporty Gilera brand and the contemporary Piaggio brand. In Australia, PS Importers is the sole importer of this iconic and popular range

    www.piaggio.com.au

     

     

     

     

  • Mojo Classic Helmets

    Mojo Classic Helmet

    New Mojo Classic Scooter Helmet arrives in Australia. RRP $149

    Mojo Scooter Co

    Mojo Scooter Co have launched a funky range of scooter helmets onto the Australian Scooter Scene called the Mojo Classic.

    The helmet is available in a range of 4 classic stylish colours including gloss white, gloss black, matt beige/khaki and matt pink/white. The helmet also exceeds Australian, European and US safety standards.

    The Mojo Classic Scooter Helmet also boasts a removable inner lining so it can be cleaned easily when necessary.

    Following on from the release of the Mojo Scooter Co range of scooters last year the brand clearly emphasises fun and style on a budget. The Mojo Classic Helmet range follows this lead as not only is it stylish and funky but it also comes with a low recommended retail price of just $149.00.

    For more information and dealers check out www.mojoscooters.com.au

     

     

  • 2009 Suzuki Burgman 400A

    The 2009 Suzuki Burgman 400A now featuring ABS brakes for the first time.

    Suzuki Australia

    The 2009 Suzuki Burgman 400A has landed in Australia, with the stylish scooter now featuring an Antilock Braking System (ABS) for the first time.

    Powered by an efficient, 400cc, fuel-injected engine, the Burgman 400A delivers strong and smooth acceleration with crisp throttle response to scoot around city streets.

    The new ABS braking package with disc brakes is among the new features on the Burgman 400A, which is equipped with the Suzuki Pulsed-secondary AIR-injection (PAIR) system to reduce emissions and refined suspension delivering impressive comfort and manoeuvrability.

    Practical and stylish, the Burgman 400A’s head-turning design features a sleek, aerodynamic fairing which incorporates three built-in storage compartments, and a massive, 62-litre underseat storage area.

    Riders can make the most of the fuel-efficient engine and large 13.5 litre fuel tank, thanks to the Suzuki's comfortable riding position with ample leg room, an adjustable backrest and concave floorboards.

    The Suzuki Burgman 400A is part of Suzuki's industry-leading Learner Approved Motorcycle Scheme (LAMS)-eligible range, perfect for new or returning riders in New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia, A.C.T., Tasmania, the Northern Territory, and now in Queensland.

    In a bold new Black livery, the 2009 Suzuki Burgman 400A is backed by a two-year, unlimited-kilometre warranty.

    For further information and pricing details on the 2009 Suzuki Burgman 400A, interested customers should visit their local Suzuki dealer, who can be found through the Dealer Locator on www.suzuki.com.au.

     

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