Returning 2024 Suzuki Motorcycles Announced

2024 Suzuki Motorcycles SV650 ABS
2024 Suzuki Motorcycles SV650 ABS

Following Suzuki’s announcements earlier this month of the all-new 2024 Suzuki GSX-S1000GX+ crossover sport-tourer and the 2024 Suzuki GSX-8R, the fully-faired and just slightly younger sibling of the GSX-8S, the company has announced more returning 2024 Suzuki motorcycles. Included in the announcement are the returning V-Strom 800DE and 800DE Adventure, SV650 ABS naked bike, GSX-250R ABS sportbike, and Boulevard C50 and M109R cruisers.  

See all of Rider’s Suzuki coverage here. 

2024 Suzuki Motorcycles: Adventure 

2024 Suzuki V-Strom 800DE and 800DE Adventure 

2024 Suzuki Motorcycles V-Strom 800DE Pearl Tech White
2024 Suzuki Motorcycles V-Strom 800DE in new Pearl Tech White

At the beginning of October, Suzuki announced two new V-Strom 800 models with a more street-oriented focus: the V-Strom 800 and 800 Touring. Returning for 2024, the off-road-ready V-Strom 800DE and 800DE Adventure are powered by the same 776cc parallel-Twin with a 270-degree firing order and Suzuki’s exclusive Cross Balancer system for smooth operation. 

Related: 2023 Suzuki V-Strom 800DE | First Ride Review 

The V-Strom 800DE has a chassis with the most ground clearance and longest suspension travel of any V-Strom, and its suspension is fully adjustable. The 21-inch front and 18-inch rear spoked wheels are shod with the latest Dunlop ADV tires (tubes required). The V-Strom 800DE Adventure comes equipped with quick-release black-anodized aluminum 37-liter side cases, a sturdy accessory bar, and a skid pan to further extend riding adventures. 

The Suzuki Intelligent Ride System (S.I.R.S.) includes traction control with a trail-oriented Gravel mode plus rider-adjustable ABS with two levels of sensitivity and the ability to switch off the rear wheel ABS when riding off-road. 

2024 Suzuki Motorcycles V-Strom 800DE Champion Yellow #2
2024 Suzuki Motorcycles V-Strom 800DE in Champion Yellow #2

Other features include a bidirectional quickshifter, a full-color TFT instrument panel, and mono-focus LED headlights vertically stacked with a position light below a height-adjustable windscreen. 

2024 Suzuki Motorcycles V-Strom 800DE Adventure
2024 Suzuki Motorcycles V-Strom 800DE Adventure

The 2024 Suzuki V-Strom 800DE is available in either Champion Yellow #2 or new Pearl Tech White starting at $11,599. The V-Strom 800DE Adventure comes in new Metallic Matte Steel Green starting at $13,049. 

2024 Suzuki Motorcycles: Street 

2024 Suzuki SV650 ABS 

2024 Suzuki Motorcycles SV650 ABS
2024 Suzuki Motorcycles SV650 ABS

The middleweight Suzuki SV650 has a liquid-cooled 645cc 90-degree V-Twin with DOHC. Suzuki’s Low RPM Assist feature adjusts engine speed during takeoff and low-speed operation for smoother power delivery and to help reduce the chance of a rider stalling the motorcycle on difficult starts. 

Related: Suzuki SV650 | First Ride Review 

The trellis-style frame is constructed of high-strength steel tubes, contributing to the motorcycle’s low weight and trim chassis, and braking is provided by a pair of Tokico 4-piston front calipers grasping 290mm stainless-steel discs. ABS is standard.   

The 2024 Suzuki SV650 ABS has Glass Sparkle Black bodywork, a gold frame, and matching gold cast-aluminum wheels, and pricing starts at $7,949. 

2024 Suzuki Motorcycles: Sportbike 

2024 Suzuki GSX250R ABS 

2024 Suzuki Motorcycles GSX250R ABS
2024 Suzuki Motorcycles GSX250R ABS

The fully-faired GSX250R ABS returns with a liquid-cooled 248cc parallel-Twin and offers stellar gas mileage, with a claimed fuel economy of 73.6 mpg. The GSX250R ABS’s slim fuel tank helps riders easily plant their feet on the ground when stopped. It features Nissin petal-style brake rotors with ABS, KYB suspension components, and 10-spoke cast aluminum wheels. The bike has a reverse-lit LCD instrument panel and a bright halogen headlight. The position lamps and taillight use surface-emitting LEDs. 

The 2024 Suzuki GSX250R ABS comes in the two-tone Metallic Diamond Red and Pearl Nebular Black paint scheme starting at $5,099. 

Related: Small Bikes Rule! Honda CRF250L Rally, Suzuki GSX250R and Yamaha TW200 Reviews 

2024 Suzuki Motorcycles: Cruisers 

2024 Suzuki Boulevard C50 

2024 Suzuki Motorcycles Boulevard C50
2024 Suzuki Motorcycles Boulevard C50

The 2024 Suzuki Boulevard C50 gives its own style to traditional cruisers, featuring a kicked-out front fork, valance-style fenders hovering over 16-inch front and 15-inch rear tires, each mounted on spoke-style chrome wheels, and staggered, chromed dual exhausts. The C50’s liquid-cooled 50ci (805cc) 45-degree V-Twin is mated to a 5-speed gearbox. A hidden, link-style rear shock smooths the ride while giving the bike an old-school, hardtail look, and the bike has wide, buckhorn-style handlebars, forward-mount floorboards, a 27.6-inch seat height. 

The 2024 Suzuki Boulevard C50 comes in Candy Daring Red starting at $9,199. 

2024 Suzuki Boulevard M109R 

2024 Suzuki Motorcycles Boulevard M109R
2024 Suzuki Motorcycles Boulevard M109R

The Boulevard M109R’s liquid-cooled 109ci (1,783cc) 45-degree V-Twin is mated to a 5-speed gearbox and shaft final drive, all wrapped with aggressive styling cues like slash-cut mufflers, drag-style handlebars, a supplied solo seat cowl, a 240mm wide rear tire, and a distinctively shaped headlight nacelle that is uniquely Suzuki.  

Like the brakes from a GSX-R1000R, the M109R’s radial-mounted, dual-front brake calipers deliver ample stopping performance, and suspension comes from a large-diameter inverted fork and a link-style rear shock. 

The 2024 Suzuki Boulevard M109R comes in Glass Sparkle Black starting at $15,699. 

For more information, visit the Suzuki website

Check out more new bikes in Rider‘s 2024 Motorcycle Buyers Guide 


    • I’m sorry for you… Three months after our July 1982 wedding my new wife asked me to sell the motorcycle we dated on so she could park her car in the garage… I bought another motorcycle. And when she angrily asked how dare I buy another without her permission… I bought a third. All these years later I miss the kids, but I don’t miss her, because my motorcycles are my therapists.

  1. 🥹 may the sv650❤️ model continue being made , also unchanged many more year’s to come.

    Faithful Suzuki fan

    P.s. who ever doesn’t like naked bike’s, nobody asked you anyways. Jajajaja

  2. Suzuki, the working man’s brand. Each of the big four make a best in class model but I have my share of Suzukis: 99 SV650, 04 SV650, 02 Bandit 600S, 02 Bandit 1200 S, 96 VS800 Intruder, 95 DR350, sold the 95 DR650 because I couldn’t lower it, will eventually get a 96+ DR650 and lower it!

  3. Suzuki really made a bad decision in killing their best Naked MW Sportbike, GSX-S750, no 2024 model. It’s so much better than the ugly GSX-8S, supposedly replacement. It ran for 9 years (2015-2023), bought a 2022 base model – dark Metallic Matte Black No. 2. Best middleweight they ever made, soon to become a cult classic. Often compared to the Kawasaki Z900, 200cc larger engine (948cc), but the S750 hangs with it until over 100 mph. Same 0-60 as the Kawasaki at 3.1 seconds. Beautiful bullet proof Inline-4 motor with SuperSport GSX-R lineage. It cost $1,250 less than the Z900, and way less than the Yamaha MT-09. Guess Suzuki had no idea what consumers love in the naked bike segment by axing it in favor of the Parallel-twin GSX-8S.
    So sad to see a perfect motorcycle eliminated from production, but understand you can’t have 3 naked middleweights in the Street lineup.

    2023 Suzuki GSX-S750s still available, better grab one before they’re all gone.
    113 HP @ 10,500 rpm and 60 lb-ft torque @ 9,000 rpm. Runs quarter mile in just 11.24 seconds, that’s performance!


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