Hey guys/girls we have a 2008 Suzuki Burgman 650 Executive Edition Scooter with 11,220 miles on it. This scooter has a ton of features including power folding mirrors, power adjustable windscreen any many more! The owner just spent a lot of my on maintenance and upgrades that we will list below. This scooter has so many great reviews and people really enjoy riding it, this is a great scooter but he is ready to move on so here it is available just for you!
~Upgraded Front Fork Cartridges to Race Tech (This gives an even smoother ride!)
~Replaced Oil and Filter
~Replaced Spark Plugs
~Replaced Transmission Oil
~Replaced Rear Differential Oil
~Replaced Air Filter
~Flushed Front & Rear Brake Fluids
~Installed Trickle Charger Cable
~Replaced CVT Air Filter
~Tire Are Like New
See what people are saying about this scooter below!
Rides Great - Less Expensive!
By Ken Smith(Owner)
The Suzuki Burgman 650 Executive is the bike for those who value comfort, convenience, economy, and performance more than the approval of hardcore bikers. Its 638 cc., twin cylinder, fuel injected, four valve per cylinder engine is quiet and powerful. It's large, padded seat and long floorboards make it easy to get comfortable and stay comfortable for hours at a time. The low, covered engine does not emit heat on the driver on hot days. The fairing and windshield provide substantial protection which reduces driver fatigue on long trips. The under seat storage accommodates two full-face helmets or a helmet, jacket, gloves and other incidentals. It runs on regular fuel and has averaged 54-57 mpg consistently. Insurance is also a bargain (I pay $176 annually for full coverage including towing). Often when I pull into a gas station or a restaurant, I am greeted by curious bystanders who are intrigued by the bike and full of questions. Although many hard core bikers will recoil at the fact that it is an automatic, the CVT transmission has a clutch less manual mode for those times when one wants to "run it through the gears". In fact, the manual mode can be engaged at any speed as the transmission selects the appropriate gear ratio based on speed, e.g., if one shifts (by mere press of a button) to manual mode when traveling at 60 mph, the transmission goes into fifth gear. There is a practical aspect to shifting into manual mode at or near this speed as by pressing the upshift button, the transmission goes into Overdrive and engine revs drop by a few hundred rpm which reportedly increases fuel economy by up to four mpg. Further convenience is provided by the onboard 12 volt outlet. In short, it is fun yet practical machine that can be used as a daily commuter or long distance tourer. While the initial response of hard core bikers I have encountered on the road is sometimes derisive, after a few minutes of conversation I have listened to more than one recount the story of a friend who bought a Burgman for his wife, and is now riding it himself instead of his own testosterone pumping machine, no doubt because the Burgman is simply "a better ride."