2020 Suzuki V-Strom 1050, ON SALE NOW!
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Introducing the new generation 2020 V-STROM 1050. The latest entry into the V-STROM legend is here to help you escape into the wilderness and explore to your heart’s content. A sleek look with the latest features allows for a smooth and comfortable ride. Limitless potential is engineered in so you can continue your adventure without pause.
Distinctive styling incorporates elements of both Suzuki’s legendary DR-Z Dakar racer and the large DualSport DR-Big. The characteristic beak design first adopted by Suzuki stays true to its heritage while being more aggressive and bolder for the new generation V-STROM.
The V-STROM’s 1037cc, 90-degree V-twin engine has more peak power than ever before while maintaining its strong pull off the bottom and superb fuel economy while complying with emissions standards worldwide. New camshafts and pistons are fed by a pair of large, 49mm, Ride-by-Wire electronic throttle bodies that deliver smooth, light, and precise throttle grip action.
Advanced Electronics Features
The 2020 V-STROM 1050 includes a three-mode Suzuki Drive Mode Selector (S-DMS) system that lets the rider select the engine’s power delivery characteristic to match riding ability and conditions. Working in concert with the Traction Control System*, S-DMS permits peak power in each mode while changing the nature of the power delivery. – A Mode provides sharp throttle response. – B Mode provides a moderate throttle response. – C Mode provides the softest throttle response of the three modes.
Suzuki debuted its first motorcycle Traction Control System* on the 2014 V-Strom 1000, and the four-mode system on the 2020 V-STROM 1050 lets the rider control the throttle with more confidence by limiting rear wheel spin in a variety of riding conditions. – The Traction Control System* continuously monitors front and rear wheel speeds, throttle opening, engine speed, and transmission gear. It quickly reduces engine output when it detects wheel spin by adjusting ignition timing and air delivery. – The rider can select one of four modes (1, 2, 3 and OFF). The three modes differ in terms of rear wheel spin sensitivity. – Mode 1 is the lowest sensitivity level it allows a certain degree of rear wheel spin and is best suited for good road conditions. – Mode 2 is a moderate sensitivity level the system engages traction control sooner than Mode 1 and is for average road conditions. – Mode 3 is the highest sensitivity level the system engages traction control sooner and is for poor road conditions, like wet and cold surfaces. – OFF disengages all traction control features the rider has sole control of the engine’s throttle and any resulting rear wheel spin.
The 2020 V-STROM 1050’s trim, distinctive styling incorporates elements of both Suzuki’s legendar
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