Suzuki’s response to the European demand for a Grand Vitara with more urban style. This model will start reaching European dealers in the early summer.
Since 1988, that was when the first-generation Vitara was unveiled, Suzuki has consistently used a ladder frame and offered a 4×4 lock mode — key requirements for genuine 4×4 capability. At the same time, we’ve steadily improved on-road performance amid the growing popularity of crossovers. The current, third-generation Grand Vitara has a sleek, edgy exterior and interior design. It has a rear-mounted spare tyre — a symbol of its SUV identity.
As a stylish sport utility vehicle (SUV), the Grand Vitara’s third generation has been appreciated and praised not only by dedicated SUV fans but also by customers who live in urban areas.
For an even greater urban style, Suzuki is now set to additionally offer the urban version that emphasises the sense of nimbleness and quality. Coming without a spare tyre at the tailgate the urban cross-country vehicle presents itself in a more stylish shape making it more suitable for city driving.
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We continue the discussion of four strokes vs two strokes for off road, enduro style riding. This is part 3 of the series on this topic. Please go back and see our other videos for more information. More videos on this subject will follow soon.
The more that I’ve ridden and tested dirt bikes over the years, the more that one thing has been driven home for me. There is no wrong answer to this debate. Sure, the 2 strokes are more fun for me to ride most of the time. Having said that, the 4 strokes certainly have their advantages in certain situations like on a track (I don’t ride tracks, so it really doesn’t matter to me).
Most of the time in the past couple of years, I’ve had a 2 stroke and a 4 stroke sitting in my garage. The only time I really get tempted to ride my 4 strokes is when I’m heading out to the desert where the speeds are going to be higher and the whoops are going to be deep. If I know I’m heading to tight, technical singletrack… I’m going to take the 2 stroke for sure.
I’m a 2 stroke convert because I have ridden 4 strokes since I was a kid. Back in the day, as a child, the 2 strokes scared me since the power was pretty much all or nothing. The big bore 2 strokes are not like this at all. They have tons of low end and mid range power. They are great.
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We get the Honda Africa Twin CRF1000L & Suzuki V-Strom 650 out on some straightforward off road path in the Mark Twain Countrywide Forest.
In my belief, The Africa Twin is obviously a winner off road. The help of traction handle and the great off road suspension make it a great path bicycle.
The Suzuki V-Strom had a lowering backlink so floor clearance was a issue for it. Taylor claimed that the V-Strom felt like he was riding a street bicycle off road and the Africa Twin to me feels like I am riding a Dual Activity on steroids !
My summary is that they are equally great bikes and your riding needs and design and style would be the selecting issue.
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