The 2006 Suzuki DR 200SE is a great starter motorbike for any novice riders interested in off-roading. The light weight and low seat make it easy for novice riders to handle this motorbike under adverse road conditions. The 2006 Suzuki DR 650SE is designed to provide agility in off-road conditions and a smooth, comfortable ride on the pavement.
The 2006 Suzuki DR 200SE is around 7.05 feet long, 31.7 inches wide, 46.7 inches high, and has 10.2 inches of ground clearance. The 2006 Suzuki DR 650SE is around 7.4 feet long, 34.1 inches wide, 47 inches tall, and has 10.4 inches of ground clearance. Both of these on/off road motorbikes feature a one-piece vinyl seat that is designed to accommodate up to two riders. Both of these motorbikes come equipped with a standard grab rail and foot pegs for the driver and passenger.
The frames of these bikes are made of steel and the body is made of plastic. The 2006 Suzuki DR motorbikes have a simple dashboard layout consisting of a standard trip odometer. The 2006 Suzuki DR also comes equipped with a decal kit and rear rack. Both of these motorbikes come equipped with a chain guard; the 2006 Suzuki DR 650SE comes with an exhaust guard for added safety as well. Many riders feel that the 2006 Suzuki DR dual sport motorbikes are some of the best options currently on the market.
The Suzuki DR 200SE and Suzuki DR 650SE were carryover for 2006. Surveyed riders displayed an overall preference for the 2006 Suzuki DR 200SE when compared with the 2005 model and other motorbikes currently on retail. These riders favored the 2006 Suzuki DR 200SE due to its superior engine performance and exterior design, dependability, lower repair expenses and off-roading capabilities. Riders also thought the 2006 Suzuki DR200SE was more fun and safer to ride compared to other motorbikes. The surveyed riders felt the 2006 Suzuki DR 200SE was a better value for the money when compared to the 2005 model and other motorbikes.
Surveyed riders showed a preference for the 2005 Suzuki DR 650SE when compared to the 2006 model and other motorbikes as well. Riders preferred the 2005 DR 650SE because it had better engine performance, it was more reliable, had lower maintenance costs and a better design. These riders also thought the 2005 Suzuki DR 650SE had better racing track capabilities, off-road capabilities, and touring capabilities when compared to the 2006 DR650SE and other bikes. Riders thought the 2005 DR 650SE was safer on the road, was more fun to drive, and was a better value for the money in comparison to most other bikes and the 2006 model.
Many riders love how well the 2006 Suzuki 650SE handles in off-road conditions. Riders should be prepared to invest in upgrades for these types of motorbikes in order to get the most out of its potential off-road performance. Many of the riders who use the bikes for off-roading love how lightweight the 650SE feels. Riders also praise the torque that helps the Suzuki DR 650SE perform well on the street and in off-road conditions as well. Riders love how quick and responsive these bikes are on off-road tracks.