Suzuki Intruder M1800R
- Engine: 1783 Cc
- Mileage: 13 Kmpl
- Power: 126 bhp
- Weight: 347 Kg
Suzuki Intruder M1800R Price in India
- LED Tail light
- Streamline Headlight Cover
- Digital-Analog Meter Console
- Aluminium-Alloy Piston
- Suzuki Advanced Sump System
- Uniquely Shaped Headlight
- LED Tail light
- Powerful V-Twin Engine
- Aluminium-Alloy Swingarm
- Tank-Mounted Meter Console
- Incomparable presence
- Massive torque from the V-twin
- Comfortable for even shorter riders
- Low ground clearance
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 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
Suzuki Intruder M1800R Performance and Handling
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.
Suzuki Intruder M1800R Users Reviews (10 reviews)
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