Suzuki V-Storm 650 XT ABS – Jury’s Choice New Bike of the year (500cc – 1000cc)

Suzuki V-Storm 650 XT ABS – The Winner in the category of Jury’s Choice New Bike of the year (500 cc – 1000 cc).

Each year the automobile sector is filled with several bikes, but out of which only some leave a mark in the industry and this bike is one of them. Suzuki V Storm 650 XT ABS, since the time it was launched it has always turned heads whenever it passes by. No wonders why it is our winner under the category New Bike of the year (500 cc -1000 cc). The bike has already made a mark among people’s hearts. And if you are planning for a new bike, you know which one would be best for you.

Suzuki V-Storm 650 XT ABS - New Bike of the year (500cc - 1000cc)

Judging Methodology

Selection of any vehicle under any category seems to be very difficult.Among the new arrivals this bike stood out and was very prominent to be a winner.Even though the Jury Panel members took the Suzuki V-Storm 650XT ABS for a test drive on the tracks and rated the bike out of 200 on predefined parameters under the supervision of the knowledge partner Grand Thorton. The panel members did not have any affiliation with any of the brands.

About Honda Suzuki V-Storm 650 XT ABS

The V-Storm 650XT ABS had a complete styling change as well as revised ergonomics with a slimmer seat and comfy riding position from its earlier versions.The 645cc L-twin engine now has over 60 revisions. The 650XT now has traction control, easy start system, low rpm assist, a 12V DC outlet, a 1kg weight reduction in weight, LCD dash, vertically stacked headlights and LED taillights. Overall a good update for an already fantastic bike that seems to suite the Urban Conditions.The 650XT gets wire-spoked wheels, giving it more of an off-road appearance also it has the modern beak styled front. Power comes on very controllably from a V-twin engine. The combination of the excellent Suzuki Dual Throttle Valve fuel injection system and twin-spark heads gives it flawless fuel delivery and combustion. Impressively the 650XT revs right up to a redline of 10,000 rpm. Sporting a wide-ratio six-speed transmission the 650XT is smooth even for over 100 mph easily.

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