Suzuki genuine accessory range displayed at Motorcycle Live

Suzuki has displayed a number of packs from its genuine accessory range at Motorcycle Live, which cover everything from its supersport range to its scooter an adventure ranges too.

Highlighting the number of genuine accessories available for models in the V-Strom range is a V-Strom 1000, fully-loaded with the GT pack, while a V-Strom 650 is on display with the new Trekker pack.

The GT pack is one of four accessory packs available for the V-Strom 1000, and comprises of hand guards, lower cowling, engine bars, top case and panniers, tank pad, decal set, centre stand, large touring screen, tank bag, and LED indicators. It retails for £1,999 and saves £475 over the cost of the individual items.

The Trekker pack, which is available on both the V-Strom 650 and V-Strom 650XT models, costs £1,649, including fitting, and represents a saving of £532. It includes a full aluminium luggage set, lower cowling, engine bars, hand guards, Vario touring screen, tank pad protector and tank protection foil sets, fork lower stickers and a graphics kit.

Also on display at Motorcycle Live is the new Address 110. The new scooter is fitted with Suzuki’s complete range of accessories, which includes hand guards, screen, graphics kit, heated grips, and top case.

The GSX-S1000 super-naked was first seen in the UK at Motorcycle Live last year, and is on display again in 2015 with the new Street Pack, which includes a meter visor, pillion seat cowl, tank protection pads, wheel decal kit, heel plate protection set and fuel cap trim. It is available for £250.

All 2016 GSX-Rs at Motorcycle Live will feature Suzuki’s Sports Pack, and will be on display with a double bubble race screen, pillion seat cowl, wheel rim decal, tank pad, chain guard and fuel cap trim. All GSX-Rs will also come with a Yoshimura R11 exhaust as standard in 2016.

For a full list of Suzuki’s genuine accessory range or to see the range of accessory packs available, visit

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