Suzuki SV 650 2016

Suzuki has confirmed pricing for the new SV650 and announced its inclusion on the Suzuki Finance PCP scheme, with the sporty, naked middleweight coming with an RRP of £5,499, and available for £95 per month.

Unveiled at EICMA in November, the SV650 has 60 changes to its V-twin engine and 70 new chassis components, increasing the new bike’s power and reducing weight by 8 kilograms over the outgoing SFV650.


Suzuki’s easy-start system, debuted on the GSX-S1000, means just one brush of the start button is enough to fire the characterful V-twin into life, and a low RPM assist raises engine RPM when pulling away, to allow for a smoother launch and reduce the potential for stalling.

Suzuki GB Marketing Manager, Rob Cooper, said: “The new SV650 has something to offer everyone. The engineers in Japan have worked hard to make it nimble and sporty, giving it a narrow profile and agile chassis, and the extra peak power will be fun for riders of all ability levels and experience to explore. But it will still find favour with newer riders, looking for something that is easy and forgiving to ride.”

With a deposit of £1,104.30, the SV650 can be ridden away for £95 per month over 37 months, with an optional final repayment of £1,982.00.


The new SV650 is expected to arrived in dealerships from April

Tony Carter

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