|Engine Size (cc)||400|
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Written on: 10/10/2014 by xzatx (1 review written)
this is a really great bike. very practical, tons of stowage space, under seat carriage carries tons of stuff. i love the front compartment that locks and the top 2 compartments i put my cellphone wallet veryting.. it has 2 locks for helmets so that you dont need to put the helmet under the seat, you could hook 2 helmets one on each side or you could put the helmets under the seat... which ever. as for the ride, its; very very smooth, the suspension is great, the power is perfect and… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/11/2013
I like the auto transmission, solid state ignition, ABS brakes with 3 disk brakes, water cooling, fast start up, spacious storage under the adjustable seat with small built in backrest. the locking front compartment with an accessory plug for GPS or MP3 units. and the 2 smaller compartments. I like the simplicity of a drive belt instead of a chain. What I don't like is the difficulty to check the air in the tires and to add air. The disk brakes do not allow my hand between them and the wheel… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/10/2013 by plonkers (7 reviews written)
Only downside i found was the running in ,In the handbook it states for the first 600 miles dont exceed 4000rpm this is near impossible as 4000rpm = 30mph and that speed on any main road is dangerous ,I pointed this out to Suzuki their reply:'We are sorry to learn that you are having some difficulties with regards to the recommended use for your new machine and we apologise for any dissatisfaction this may have caused 'Apart from this its a brilliant economical machine keep it around 60mph… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/09/2013 by allenrkayaker (1 review written)
I had 4-5 bikes when i was 25 to 35 years old. Rode a friends Harley road king some. wanted my own bike but never had the extra money. at work a coworker was selling his wifes 2003 burg 400 and i mentioned it to my son. had 13k mi for $1200 he loves it. so one day i borrowed it and went on a local loop. northern calif mendocino coast. Lots ofcurves (hwy 20 has over 200)freeway, willits to ukiah, hills ukiah to booneville, more curves back to the coast and cold weather. incredible. handles the… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/03/2013 by Niceberg (1 review written)
This has been my first automatic bike other than holidays scoots and I have to say it was well worth the money. Great milage, very comfortable and not a massive hassle to service yourself. If you really want these bikes to last, like anything, do the work yourself and spend the time getting to know the ins and outs. Just because the dealer did a service does not mean it will be in great shape as most dealers will take it for a spin and not even bother to do all the checks. 10,500 miles and the… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/01/2013
Bought this 3 months ago with 4500 miles on the clock. Have used for commuting and general use, and just returned from a 1500 mile, 6 day camping round trip to South of France. My brother took his HD Night train and the Burgman managed to keep up with no probs. (I have a Road King but left it in the garage on this occasion) Carried everything I needed, with top box and expandable panniers. Fantastic little scoot! The only critisismn is the limited suspension, you can feel all of the bumps and… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/09/2012 by mikeyb1958 (1 review written)
I bought one recently and I must say they do become addictive...My model is the AN400X year 2000... What I like is that its the carburettor model so there is less to go wrong !!! Its very comfy to ride and has enough power to get you out of trouble. The build quality is excellent and I do feel safe riding it. At over fifty years of age I am one of those bikers who has just got back into motorcycles so I feel that I have made a good choice in the Burgman.. The only real negative is not having… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/08/2012 by asinrome (1 review written)
Hi, I bought my Burgman 400 in Dec 2011, it now have 2386 miles on the clock. I have to say that so far I'm happy with the bike, I call it the 'mule' because it's very practical, you can load it and go anywhere almost like a car. Lately I noticed that its fuel consumption increased; last time i filled it it was at 2356 miles, now I'm at 2386 miles and it guzzled up a gallon. I've been riding in London, cruising or overtaking, regular stuff basically. Is that normal? Can anyone share mpg info here… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/05/2012 by Richardireland93 (1 review written)
In 2009 I wanted to upgrade from my Vespa gt 200 on which I had done 24000 miles of London commuting. So foolishly I looked to the Japanese bike market. After much searching I decided on a Suzuki Bergman 400. Big mistake. I bought it brand new, have just completed 12000 miles and have spent over £1000 on 2 new clutches. Brilliantly Suzuki say its wear and tear, really? 2 clutches v none for 24000 miles on my vespa. Still mine is not to reason why. The MD of Suzuki Motorcycles has still not… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/05/2012
Had my Burgman 400 for 5 months now. Great scooter! This is my 3rd one (updated through the years) and is the most comfortable ride. Compares to the S50 boulevard motorcycle as far as the ride. Love all the storage on this scooter!! I can put my huge 17" laptop under the seat with my helmet and jacket in there. Maneuvers excellent! Averaging 60 mpg which is coming out to only 6 cents a mile right now. Luckily haven't had to test the ABS, but that may have saved my last scooter if it had… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/04/2012
Just swapped a V Strom 650 for the burger and I love it .V Strom was nice but too tall and weight too high. The wieght of the burger is low and easy to manage. Not run in yet but it will be fine for all uses when it is .storage space is cavernous and practicle.this bike is the perfect cross between a bikes agilility and a cars practicality.after owning several bikes I think this will be a keeper. Sure it's no sportsbike but it's plenty fast enough for e veryday use. Servicing looks ok for the… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/03/2012 by motorman08 (2 reviews written)
I've ridden several Burgman scooters, 400's & 650's. Both are good in everyway. But recently I swapped my Vstrom 1000cc Suzuki in for the new 400Z ABS model. "What!!" I hear you say. "That's a bit of a come down!". Well, not really. It's horses for courses of course, but having had many many motorcycles of all sizes over the years I'm more than pleased I've made the change. My model has ABS, handguards, heated grips, passenger backrest etc etc. It's not short on comfort or safety. It handles as… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/08/2011 by adam tilney (3 reviews written)
I've had my 2008 Burgman 400 now for about a month, I've covered about 500 miles and I really love it. My previous commuter was a Majesty 250, which was good but had major flaws, I.E power/size. (I'm 6ft4). But the Burgman cover's those 2 major issues with ease, for starters the legroom is huge, even with my 33" inseam I still have 2/3 inches before I get anywhere near the plastic glove box area. As for the power, it's not neck breaking like a sportsbike, but it'll give those 883 Harley's a run… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/04/2011 by millermanartists (2 reviews written)
I've owned a million bikes in my life & have ended up with a 400cc burger as me & the Mrs tightened our belts a few months ago, got rid of 1 of the cars & I sold my Yam XT660X (which broke my heart) as it never got used really. I wanted something to get me to work & back in all weathers & this 400 burger came along with only 6000 miles on the clock & 1 old man owner etc. I've got to say I'm happy with it! It's fast enough, cheap to tax & insure & it's brill on fuel! My Mrs loves it as it's so… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/12/2010
In the process of dealing with Suzuki in relation to my 4th clutch in 18 months!!!!
Burnt out..... paid £600. 17889 miles
Burnt out..... wrong clutch. 17990 miles
Burnt out..... reconditioned by Suzuki. 21504 miles (FREE)
Burnt out..... Suzuki not willing to help yet. 26680 miles
Hoping I can change my ratings but from looking at Suzuki and their after care on various websites.....I`ll reserve my judgement.
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Written on: 13/12/2010 by Black Bess (1 review written)
When asked to test a Burgie 400 against the Yamaha Virago 750 I jumped at the chance. The synopsis? On reaching a sensitive age, what bike should the silvered 'born again' rider aspire to. Well, usually the answer would be a Harley or lookalike cruiser. We had to tour for five days B&B around Aran and the west coast of Scotland in May. We had all the weathers; not a problem at all for the Burgman but a distasteful experience for the Yammy Cruiser. On the Isle of Arran, we changed over. I had… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/12/2010 by JockTheScot (1 review written)
Bought a used Burgman 400 from a dealer in Chichester. It tuned out to be a real heap. had nothing but trouble with this scooter from day 1. electrics/oil consumption.
Thankfully a car ran into it when it was parked up. It was written off due to damage to screen and plastic.
This allowed me to buy a used Honda Silverwing.
The difference is like night and day or very bad & excellent. Now on my 2nd Silverwing. Both have proved to be very reliable.
Honda dealership could also teach Suzuki dealer… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/11/2010 by BurgmanBill48 (1 review written)
I bought my K8 Burgman 400 in June of 09. I have since added a 52 litre GIVI topcase, a GIVI windshield (enormous difference), a crampbuster throttle control, and body deflectors. I highly recommend this scoot for local or highway riding.It has plenty of power, and with extra padding the seat is tolerable over distances. The drawbacks I found were the pitiful horn, too short windshield, and slab hard seat. My Helix seat is a dream in comparison. I did my homework before purchasing, and came up… Read Full Review
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