Suzuki V-Strom 800DE Revealed | Suzuki Best Bike In 2024

Suzuki V-Strom Motorcycles

Suzuki V-Strom motorcycles are well known for combining comfort, performance and versatility into one motorcycle package – perfect for short commutes or weekend adventures at an affordable price point.

The 2023 V-Strom 1050DE features an all-new 776cc parallel twin engine with 270deg firing order and Suzuki’s Cross Balancer system to produce smooth yet controlled power for an ideal ride on any adventure.

Suzuki V-Strom Power

Suzuki’s V-Strom lineup has been around since 2002 (the 1000 was first unveiled and the 650 came later), and has earned itself an excellent reputation among riders as being reliable, affordable and accessible – but lacking personality or spark. Through a steady program of improvements over time has brought this ride-anywhere model near perfection.

The 2023 V-Strom 800DE’s all-new 776cc parallel twin cylinder engine boasts perfect primary balance for smooth power pulses that begin rolling in at low RPM and easily rev up to sporty peak torque levels. Large bore, high compression pistons were developed using FEM analysis in order to achieve ideal rigidity, weight, and durability characteristics.

Throttle-body Integrated Idle Speed Control improves fuel atomization, lowers emissions, and stabilizes throttle response for smooth riding. Suzuki Intelligent Ride System introduces GRAVEL traction control mode designed specifically for trail riding; rider adjustable ABS; switchable rear ABS are also provided as options allowing more freedom when off-roading. All these features come together in one compact package allowing more freedom when venturing out.

Suzuki V-Strom Comfort

With its comfortable riding posture and versatile engine performance, the V-Strom makes an excellent choice for long distance rides. Furthermore, this bike boasts exceptional fuel economy as well as low maintenance costs compared with many competitors.

The 2023 V-Strom 650XT/Adventure is tailored to help riders experience more fun wherever their adventures may lead them. It focuses on optimizing chassis performance to match intended use and riding preferences of its owner with enhanced engine power, new Gravel Traction Control mode and switchable ABS.


The V-Strom 650XT/Adventure comes equipped with an angular bodywork featuring Suzuki’s signature Adventure “beak” styling, various color options and Suzuki Intelligent Ride System technology to assist and optimize performance characteristics of the motorcycle for specific riding situations and personal preferences. In addition, this model comes equipped with a more compact radiator to enhance cooling efficiency as well as low maintenance sealed O-ring drive chains for less hassle during off-road riding.

Suzuki V-Strom Versatility

V-STROM models are engineered with performance and utility in mind to help riders confront unexpected circumstances with confidence. Pair these features with their powerful torque-rich engines for an adventure bike ready for anything.

This 650cc V-twin engine uses dual spark technology heads equipped with two high-energy slim electrode spark plugs per cylinder to facilitate ignition and provide smoother power delivery. Furthermore, its fuel injection system features a 270-degree firing order to maximize torque production while its exhaust system meets global emission standards without compromising power production.

The chassis design of Suzuki’s CB600F motorcycles provides light yet secure riding comfort on long rides while providing easy maneuverability. Suzuki’s Clutch Assist System acts like a slipper clutch to make downshifting effortless and seamless; additionally, their engine and transmission come equipped with Low RPM Assist to reduce any possibility of engine stalling during takeoff or slow operation.


Suzuki V-Strom Reliability

Comparable with larger capacity bikes like the Ducati DesertX (106bhp) and Honda Africa Twin 1100 (113 bhp), Suzuki’s small capacity ‘Strom packs plenty of punch. However, its peak power comes at lower rpm than rival models which allows it to deliver its power more smoothly with less mass to move around.

The 776cc parallel twin uses a 270-degree crankpin offset to emulate the character of 90-degree V-twins without needing balancer shafts and create smooth power pulses without taking up chassis space for balancer shafts, as well as freeing up chassis space for the longer rear swingarm found on Suzuki 650 or 1050 V-Stroms, providing greater suspension control. Suzuki equipped this engine with six speed transmission with revised ratios suitable for sportier riding as well as an assist clutch that makes upshifts smooth and effortless – as well as ride by wire throttles as three selectable Drive Modes round out this technology package which includes centerstand, heated grips and top box as standard equipment.

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