SV650A M1

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V-Twin Fun Machine

What started in 1999 as a real-world motorcycle built to deliver “V-Twin Fun For All”, the Suzuki SV650 quickly became a rider’s phenomenon around the world.

Not only was the motorcycle well-suited for urban roads but it was right at home on the racetrack too. The newest generation SV650 raises the fun factor even higher thanks to Suzuki’s latest innovations.

Well-beyond simply being classified as just a novice’s motorcycle, the SV650 is a rider’s go anywhere dream machine.

Playful Character

While at lower RPMs, this engine delivers powerful torque that’s easy to handle and a deep throaty sound. Open the throttle to the mid-range, and the power of the engine responds linearly and smoothly, yet always under your control. Finally at higher RPMs, the V-twin cruises with performance ready to go, even at higher gears.

Full Power

The full-powered version punches out an impressive 56.0kW/8,500rpm with 64Nm of torque/8,100rpm.

LAMS Guise

The learner approved version produces 35kW/8,500rpm with 56.5Nm of torque/4,000rpm to meet the Learner Approved Motorcycle Scheme (LAMS) requirements.


Truss Pipe Frame

The truss is constructed of lightweight steel material that allows an overall slimmed down appearance while proudly emphasising the beauty of the robust V-Twin engine.


Pistons and Rings

To improve overall fuel efficiency and emissions control, the V-Twin engine adopts resin coating on the piston skirt for minimised friction and a special L-shaped piston ring for enhanced sealing performance.


LDC Panel

A LCD instrument panel displays gear position, digital speedometer, tachometer, odometer, trip meter, average/instantaneous fuel consumption, driving range, clock, water temperature gauge and fuel gauge.


Dual Spark Technology

Unique in this class, utilises two spark plugs per cylinder for precise ignition.


LED Tail & Stop Lights

An integrated twin-LED tail light and brake light configuration is compact yet slim. High-performance LEDs contribute to deliver excellent visibility and high durability, and makes for a sharp, sleek rear section.


Four-piston Tokico calipers

Dual four-piston Tokico brake calipers up front grasp a pair of 290mm fully floating stainless steel rotors for great stopping performance.


Narrow Seat

The narrow, streamlined seat is measures only 785mm and is designed nearly flat from front to back, yet gives riders a superior degree of comfort and grip in the upright position, especially from the front side where good foothold is essential. In addition, a luggage loop is available for securing on cargo.


Fuel Tank

Despite its large 14.5-litre capacity, the fuel tank is slim yet sports an ergonomic form that is never cumbersome. The tank’s emblem has been changed from the signature “S” mark to the SUZUKI logo.

Safety Aids

Antilock Brake System

The compact Antilock Brake System (ABS) by Nissin ensures the braking performance is matched to the available traction.

Electronic Aids

Low RPM Assist

This system helps reduce the chances of an unexpected engine stall by automatically raising the idle speed when releasing the clutch or when riding at low rpms, assisting frequent clutch work in congested traffic and preventing sudden and unexpected engine stalling when operating in the low rpm range


Suzuki Easy Start

This system enables engine starting at one push of the button. A computerised ECM checks the status and engages the starter motor immediately after activating the switch, making the engine starting process even easier for the rider.


ENGINE: 90° V-twin, liquid-cooled, DOHC
TRANSMISSION: 6-speed constant mesh


FRONT SUSPENSION: 41mm telescopic forks
REAR SUSPENSION: Link type, rear shock with adjustable spring preload


FRONT BRAKES: Tokico four-piston calipers, dual 290mm discs with ABS
REAR BRAKES: Nissin single-piston caliper, 240mm disc with ABS


LENGTH: 2140mm
WIDTH: 760mm
HEIGHT: 1090mm


WARRANTY: 2 Year Unlimited Kilometre