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New Suzuki DR200S for US

Suzuki has recently unveiled their 2015 off-road range, which includes the DR200S you see here. The DR200S uses a 199cc air-cooled engine which should provide enough punch for town riding without being too intimidating on the trails. Unfortunately, due to Europe's strict emissions laws the little DR won't be coming to the UK. At the moment it's a US-only model. If you're not...

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  • Posted 115 days ago (02 July 2014 14:05)

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Oct 12

Posts: 362

73mach3 says:


hell this is not evan news over here in the states and i get to sell them!

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Nov 07

Posts: 180

bird1050 says:

New my arse

I had a BETA ALP 200 5 years ago that used the same engine.

The 200 was first sold in japan over a decade ago

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Aug 02

Posts: 171

may c says:


when i was a dispatch rider in and and around greater london i had 2 of these bikes they were called djerbels then. superb bikes for in and out of traffic they could turn almost in ther own length  200 cc is spot on for  the area i covered.if they brought them here id be very tempted to get one.

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Apr 14

Posts: 33

IronAss says:


Suzuki's old DR 250 was called the Djebel . . . apparently that was a Berber name for a desert antelope of some sort. I had one of those for a couple of years, good runaround but nothing to write home about and not particularly exceptional even on mild greenlaning . . . The Yamaha TT250 I had afterwards knocked it into a cocked hat on all counts!

That thing in the picture was clearly designed for the US market . . . it's a bland as a dishcloth and I can't believe they revived their old 250cc air-cooled kitchen blender engine to palm off to the yanks . . . they must be stupider than I thought! Then again, given what the americans like to think of as motorcycles I guess even a bike whose design is outdated by about twenty-odd years and can be driven across a field would have them salivating!!

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Sep 13

Posts: 12

Other small trailies?

Where are the other 'small' capacity trail bikes? Everyone seems to be asking for them but manufacturers are not offering much. KTM shoudl get off it's ar*e and make me a 390 Enduro, based on the 390 Duke. It'll be about the same weigth as this 200 with enough power to take you places.

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