Suzuki recently debuted the V-Strom 250 SX. Here are a few reasons why this bike is an excellent beginner-focused ADV.
Suzuki is bidding farewell to the GSX-R1000 for select territories due to its decision to abandon its racing initiatives.
In the Philippines, Suzuki has revealed the 2023 V-Strom 250 SX. It has a flexible platform and a reasonable pricing.
Suzuki is set to release the new Burgman 125EX in the European market in 2023. Here are some of the scooter’s important details.
Japanese motorcycle manufacturer Suzuki is developing a new 700cc parallel-twin engine for middleweight models in both the adventure and naked segment.
Suzuki is showcasing a special GP Edition of the Hayabusa in the Autolook Week Torino festival in Italy.
Today’s head to head features two of the most popular underbone motorcycles in the country: the Yamaha Sniper 155 and the Suzuki Raider R150 FI
Today, it’s a toss-up between the Honda CB1000R and the Suzuki GSX-S1000. Read on to learn more about these two liter-class naked sportbikes.
The Suzuki Avenis is a “muscular sporty scooter” with ample equipment and the Burgman Street’s 125cc engine.
With Suzuki pulling out of racing and the GSX-R1000’s type-approval certification nearing expiry, could it be time to say goodbye to the legendary sportbike?
Suzuki has been working on electric motorcycle technology for years, and its efforts could be close to fruition.
Have your eyes set on a 1,000cc naked bike? Read on to learn more about the Suzuki GSX-S1000 and the Yamaha MT-10.
The latest 3S Shop from Suzuki Motorcycles Philippines is located in Talibon, Bohol, and it is ready to serve.
Four finalists will win a new motorcycle should they make it.
Suzuki Philippines has bestowed minor technical and cosmetic updates to the Burgman Street maxi-scooter.
Suzuki has released the all-new V-Strom SX in India. It takes the form of a beginner-friendly 250cc-powered adventure bike bearing similar styling as the bigger bikes in the V-Strom range.
The Suzuki Swish 125 stands out with styling inspired by the legendary Hayabusa.
Suzuki has unveiled the 2022 iteration of the Katana. The neo-retro sportbike gets revised electronics including an up and down quick-shifter.
Suzuki’s neo-retro sportbike hits all the right spots with stylish looks and an improved engine.
The Yin to the Suzuki Skydrive’s Yang?