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*Ex-Showroom price:

15.95 Lakhs – 16.45 Lakhs*
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Colors
Glass Sparkle Black Metallic Mat Fibrion Gray Pearl Vigor Blue/Glass Sparkle Black

Key features

  • Engine: 1783 Cc
  • Mileage: 13 Kmpl
  • Power: 126
  • Weight: 347 Kg
Suzuki Intruder M1800R Price in India
 

Suzuki Intruder M1800R Price in India

  • Pros

    • Incomparable presence
    • Massive torque from the V-twin
    • Comfortable for even shorter riders
  • Cons

    • Expensive
    • Low ground clearance
Users Reviews

Suzuki Intruder M1800R Users Reviews (10 reviews)

What a fab bike
Overall rating: 3.75 Reviewed By: Paul Townsend(Guest) on 08 Jan 2018
I have taken the bull to France (Normandy) on three occasions and it just chewed the miles up, had to smile and hang on when doing 125 mph naughty but fun. I have never had to hold onto anything so tight before full chest and arm workout. But what fun, the bull is a bike you have to appreciate as a cruiser and not a sp... ... Read full review »
Beyond Expectation
Overall rating: 4.75 Reviewed By: (Guest) on 04 Feb 2015
Recently my brother gifted this model to me. The M1800 aka ???????Intruder??™ is powered by 1783cc V-Twin engine that produces 127bhp and maximum torque of 160Nm. The engine is mated to a five-speed gearbox that transfers power to the rear wheel through a shaft drive. This engine offers immense low end torque, making i... ... Read full review »
Cool Engine
Overall rating: 4.25 Reviewed By: (Guest) on 05 Feb 2015
This is one of the best bike I have ever seen. It has a killer look. The body shape, the structure is just beyond expectation. The Intruder offers immense road presence and gets chrome on most parts. The Intruder comes with a broad pulled-back chrome handlebar and retro-style tinted mirrors. The low-slung cruiser style... ... Read full review »
Best bike
Overall rating: 4.25 Reviewed By: (Guest) on 06 Feb 2015
I recently bought this bike from the showroom of Delhi. The Suzuki M1800R is one of the highest selling premium cruisers in India. Its overall design, body proportions, practicality and its price makes it a value for money buy. This bike was so successful in India that the company launched an 800cc version of it. This... ... Read full review »

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Suzuki Intruder M1800R Overview


The revolutionary design and world class features of the Suzuki Intruder M1800R make the bike an excellent combination of a gorgeous long distance cruiser. The big Intruder has massive road presence, and it should at 347kg, and is backed by one of the biggest production V-twin on sale today. Suzuki also offers a B.O.S.S edition which comes with exclusive colours and lots of matte paint to make it look even mean.

Suzuki Intruder M1800R Engine & Transmission

The huge V-twin liquid cooled and fuel injected engine delivers effortless cruising capabilities. Engine generates maximum power figure of 125bhp at 6,200rpm and a bucket-load of peak torque of 160Nm at a low 3,200rpm. Refinement levels of the engine are exceptional and the clutch action is soft for such a substantial clutch.

The 5 speed transmission works seamlessly and extracts the best out of the engine. This V-twin is quiet charismatic considering it is from Japan. Smoothness levels become surprising maintenance too is minimal. The finishing of the engine though could do better.

Suzuki Intruder M1800R Mileage

The large engine and heft means the M1800R deliver about 15kmpl in terms of fuel economy. But because the tank capacity is 19.5litre, riders can ride long enough before fuel stops.

Suzuki Intruder M1800R Performance and Handling

Being a cruiser, the Intruder is designed to cover long distances in style and in a stress free manner at that.

The handling is surprisingly easy for its size. The Intruder stops with excellent poise owing to a pair of 310mm discs on the front wheel and a single 275mm disc unit at the rear. The 18 inch rims with tyres as thick as 240/40 section at the rear means grip levels are excellent and stable. However, addition of an ABS unit on the brakes will work increase safety levels. The 130mm ground clearance provides tension free cruising even on moderately uneven surface, but we recommend caution while going over bigger bumps.
The Intruder's foot pegs and handlebars are setup perfectly, although shorter riders might find it a bit of a stretch, but within comfortable limits.