Suzuki, a world-renowned automobile company, has announced its new V-Strom model. The V-Storm model comes in two variants- standard and GT. The standard variant Suzuki V-Strom 1050 is built to focus on street while the 1050 GT is built to focus on off-road trails. These bikes are the direct competitor to Honda Africa Twin, BMW R 1250 R, Harley Davidson Low Rider, and Triumph Tiger 800 XCx.
The standard Suzuki V-Strom 1050 comes with alloy wheels. Moreover, the bike features all new design with LED Lights, a short front break, a tall front screen and a digital instrument console. The 1050 variant uses the 1037 cc engine from its predecessor V-Strom 1000. However, the design is inspired from the old Suzuki DR Big.Here is the specification of standard Suzuki V-Storm 1050.
Specifications of Suzuki V-Strom 1050
|4-stroke, liquid-cooled, DOHC,
90 degree V-twin
|100 Nm @ 6000 rpm
|107.4 PS @ 8500 rpm
|6 speed manual
|White Black, Black Grey
The Suzuki V-Strom 1050 is powered by a new Euro 5-compliant 1037 cc, 90 degree twin-V engine. This powerful engine produces a maximum power of 107.4 PS at 8500 rpm and a highest torque of 100 Nm at 6000 rpm. Although the bike has a powerful horsepower, it retains a strong pull in low rpm range and maintains good fuel economy. In addition, the bike comes with a fuel tank of 20 litre fuel capacity. Moreover, the bike has a 6 speed manual transmission which produces a max speed of 201.15 kilometre per hour (kph).
The bike comes with 19 inches wheel in the front while rear consists of 17 inches wheel. In addition, they are alloy wheels with tubeless tyres. Moreover, braking on the wheels are handled by double 310 mm discs in the front and a single disc in the back.
The Suzuki V-Strom is set to be released next year in India with a estimated price tag of INR. 14.4 lakhs. However, there are no official report on release date and price of the bike in Nepal.