If you’re looking to get out on the road on a sporty bike with café racer styling, look no further than Suzuki’s SV650X. The SV650X is a brash, middleweight bike propelled by a smooth-revving V-twin engine tucked into a slim and lightweight trellis frame. And there’s more, as the SV650X combines power and agility with classic café racer looks. Whether in stop-and-go city traffic or on country roads, this bike delivers exhilaration and riding fun. No matter where you pull up to park, the retro appeal of the SV650X is unmistakable with its bikini fairing above the headlight, corresponding clip-on handlebars, a tuck-and-roll-look seat, and blacked out controls. Mix in your favorite stretch of road and you’ll see that this café bike’s smooth V-twin power and agile handling make the SV650X an exciting ride with unmatched curb appeal.
- The stylish headlight cowling creates a café fairing look as the clip-on handlebars and trim, tuck-and-roll-look seat produce a sporty riding posture that is ideal at any speed.
- Side panels below the fuel tank mimic a half-fairing look and connect the body styling from nose to tail. The brown, leather-like finish of the seat adds a custom, bike-builder touch to the motorcycle.
- The SV650X’s two-tone, Glass Sparkle Black/Pearl Glacier White bodywork is complemented by blacked out wheels, controls, and chassis components.
- Visually stunning, the trellis-style frame is fashioned using high-strength steel tubes so it contributes to the motorcycle’s low weight and trim chassis.
- Dual four-piston Tokico brake calipers up front grasp a pair of 290mm fully floating stainless steel rotors for great stopping performance. The compact Anti-lock Brake System (ABS)** matches the braking performance to the available traction.
- Liquid-cooled, 645cc, four-stroke, DOHC, 90-degree, L-twin engine has perfect primary balance so it smoothly pulls with authority from idle up to the 10,000 rpm redline.
- Advanced EFI system includes Suzuki’s Low RPM Assist feature that seamlessly adjusts engine speed during takeoff and low-speed running to smooth the power delivery and to help eliminate the possibility of the rider stalling the motorcycle.