Suzuki GB unveiled a revitalised cruiser line-up at the International Motorcycle and Scooter Show at the NEC in Birmingham today, bringing the brand-new Intruder M1500 and M800 to the range plus the re-introduction of the C800.
Bolstering Suzuki’s existing line-up, while making it one of the freshest cruiser ranges in motorcycling, the new additions combine the latest technology with classic lines and punchy engines.
Headlining the new arrivals is the M1500, offering all the style of its larger sibling, the M1800R, but with added ease of use and manoeuvrability. With 80BHP and 125NM of torque, the 1500 still packs a mighty punch, thanks to its 54 degree, four-valve V-Twin engine.
In the middleweight cruiser range, customers get enhanced choice with the re-introduction of the Intruder C800 and an all new M800.
Echoing the looks of the M1500 and M1800R cruisers, the new M800 offers cutting-edge performance cruiser looks, with sleek, flowing lines. Featuring fuel-injection, a powerful 32-bit processor engine control module, and integrated headlight cowl and instrument cluster, the new 800 brings large cruiser features to the middleweight segment.
Rejoining Suzuki’s middleweight range is the traditionally styled Intruder C800. Featuring valanced guards, chrome in abundance and convenient features like shaft drive, the C800 too echoes the styling of its larger sibling, the C1800RT.
For further information on Suzuki’s 2010 Cruiser range, which consists of the C1800RT, M1800R, M1500, M800, and C800, go to www.suzuki.co.uk
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(Note: Images show optional extra seat cover on M1500).
For further press information please contact Luke Plummer or Helen Morgan at the Suzuki GB Press Office (Motorcycles), Tel: 01525 270600 or 07725 956783.
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