Suzuki refreshed the 2017 Burgman 400

Suzuki Burgman 400 features slimmer and sportier look, now in Euro 4

The Suzuki Burgman is returning with a refreshed, slimmer and sportier look

Suzuki first launched the Burgman 400 in 1998. Prior to its new iteration, the last updated version of the Burgman was in 2006.

Now Euro 4 compliant, the new Burgman 400 has a four-stroke DOHC 399 cm3 liquid-cooled, electronic, injection engine, which delivers a more compact bass and medium torque (36 Nm at 4,800rpm).

Its engine has numerous enhancements such as a new filter air box, which helps to make responses to every accelerator rotation from the bass and midrange. The filter box also has a pleasant suction sound, while its new iridium candle makes it more efficient and cleans the combustion, results to a maximum power of 23 kW at 6,300 rpm.

With its more compact design, the Burgman 400 has now a new and improved balance between performance and versatility, and comfort and behavior both on the outskirts and in the city. Its saddle has a thicker padding of 20 mm that gives the pilot a more comfortable seat and an upright and active driving position.

For a rider to fully enjoy the stability and roadholding capabilities, its chassis now has an optimized stiffness, and the front wheel’s diameter is now 15 inches. The Suzuki’s exclusive Pro-Link rear suspension has seven-position adjustable spring preload, while the rear shock absorber has a new lashing system that ensures the Burgman’s smooth running.

The hips are tighter to allow everyone to stand firmly on the ground, combined with the sloping shape of the platform and a 755 mm ground floor height. The two-seater double saddle combines thicker padding with a more tapered shape to ensure excellent comfort both to the driver and the passenger.