Not an upsized version of Suzuki's Marauder 800 as you might be led to believe, the new 1600 is really a reskinned version of the Kawasaki Mean Streak, which has grown to displace 1600cc for '04. The liquid-cooled, SOHC, four-valve-per-cylinder V-twin is rubber-mounted in a double-cradle steel frame that rolls on 17-inch polished, cast-aluminum wheels. The fork is a 43mm inverted cartridge unit, and rear suspension is handled by dual hydraulic air shocks. The bodywork is a pastiche of Kawasaki and Suzuki bits, with what appears to be a Mean Streak tank and side covers paired with the familiar, kicked-up fender of the Suzuki Marauder cruiser. For Suzuki cruiser fans tired of the bloated Intruder 1500 and the dated Intruder 1400, this supersized Marauder, set to sell for $10,999, will no doubt be a welcome addition to the company's line.