The all new 2015 Suzuki off-road lineup for is here. The DR200, DR-Z125, and KingQuads are improved for the new year.
Suzuki has unveiled their lineup for 2015, and incremental improvement is the name of the game.
The 2015 Suzuki DR200S - the entry level dualsport - inherits more aggressive bodywork inspired by the RM-Z. A redesigned 3.4 gallon tank and reprofiled seat make the DR's ergonomics more friendly.The 200cc air-cooled 4 stroke is still punchy enough for on-road riding, and has an electric starter and fully adjustable suspension.
The DR200s is available in yellow or black for $4,499.
2015 Suzuki DR200S
Suzuki's DR-Z125 also returns for 2015. Style is once-again reminiscent of the little trail bikes motocross cousin, the RM-Z. It's a great entry level bike for off-road and dual sport hooliganry and is available in yellow for $3,199.
2015 Suzuki DR-Z125
Suzuki's quads are also back in force with the 750 and 400cc flavors both improved.
The KingQuad 750AXi sports a new cylinder head with 2 spark plugs per cylinder and improved injectors and re-profiled cams to deliver more complete combustion and marginally more power as well as a 10% increase in fuel economy.
2015 Suzuki KingQuad 700AXi
KingQuad 400ASi and FSi are also improved for 2015 with a new traction control algorithm in the ECU and iridium spark plugs for a cleaner exhaust. The muffler has increased back pressure to improve low-end torque, and this adds up to an increase in fuel economy of 15 percent.
The ASi model features Suzuki's CVT and the FSi brings the 5 speed automated manual back as well.
2015 Suzuki KingQuad 400ASi
The youth-oriented QuadSport Z90 also returns to the range as a fully-featured quad designed with younger riders in mind. A limiter allows parents to keep their young dirt-fiends in check speed-wise, and drum brakes and a shaft drive keep the little quad maintenance free.
2015 Suzuki QuadSport Z90
Quads for 2015 will be release over a three-month period: 400cc engines in June, 750cc engines in July, and 500cc engines in August.