The 2006 Suzuki DR-Z is a lineup of motorbikes meant for off-roading and on/off-roading. The 2006 Suzuki S40 is around 7.1 feet long, 28.3 inches wide, 43.5 inches high, and has 5.3 inches of ground clearance. Many riders love using the 2006 Suzuki DR-Z 400SM as a daily commuter that's competent and able to take on any type of road conditions.
The 2006 Suzuki DR-Z 400SM on/off-road motorbike has great acceleration and its light weight makes performing wheelies and cornering sharp turns easy for just about any type of rider. These motorbikes have a peak output of around 34 horsepower going to the rear wheel. Many riders feel that the 2006 Suzuki DR-Z 400SM is one of the best motorbikes currently available on the market. The 2006 Suzuki DR-Z 400SM is around 7.2 feet long, 34.3 inches wide, 46.7 inches tall, and has 11.8 inches of ground clearance.
Many riders love this on/off-road motorbike because it is so nimble and handles quite well on the most challenging roads of any type. Many people feel the 2006 Suzuki DR-Z 125L is a great starter bike because it’s easy to handle and has great acceleration as well. Novice riders have no trouble keeping up with larger bikes when riding this responsive off-road bike. The 2006 DR-Z S40 comes equipped with a one-piece seat meant to hold two people while the 2006 DR-Z 400SM features a vinyl seat meant to hold two people.
Many of the different types of 2006 Suzuki DR-Z motorbikes are equipped with standard grab rails and foot pegs for the driver and passenger as well. The frames of the motorbikes in the 2006 Suzuki DR-Z series are either made from steel or a combination of steel and aluminum. The lower-end models of the Suzuki 2006 DR-Z series feature straight-forward dash boards when simple layouts that center on a standard speedometer. The higher end models like the 2006 Suzuki DR-Z 400SM motorbike feature a full set of digital instrumentation on the dash along with a standard clock, speedometer, lap timer, and trip odometer.
The Suzuki DR-Z 125, DR-Z 250 and DR-Z 400E off-roading motorbikes were carryover for 2006. Riders that were surveyed displayed an overall preference for the 2005 Suzuki DR-Z 125 when compared with the 2006 version. These surveyed riders also preferred the 2005 Suzuki DR-Z 400SM when compared with the 2006 model. Riders still preferred both of these on/off-roading bikes over other bikes currently available.