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2016 Suzuki DR200S

  • 2016 Suzuki DR200S



Displacement (CC)


Seat Height (in)


Wet Weight (lbs)


The world is yours to explore, and Suzuki's 2016 DR200S may be the bike to do it on. Weighing in at 278 pounds wet, the DR200S's 33.3-inch seat height may prove to be a perfect fit depending on your inseam. The DR200S boasts a 199cc powerplant to help you explore the planet in street-legal style. If you think this is the adventure machine for you, gather that $4,499, compare it to other adventure bikes, and be sure to take plenty of pictures as you hit the open road - although, you'll probably be spending more time riding the DR200S on the beaten path.

If you want 199cc of power in a street legal package, you should have no trouble finding a dual-sport die-hard who will swear up and down that the 2016 DR200S is THE bike for you. A lot of riders gravitate toward the DR200S for its friendly power, likable handling, and $4,499 retail. The 278-pound wet weight may or may not be acceptable to you, but it's hard to argue that the DR200S will take a mild licking and keep on ticking on the road and trail. See below for additional info, and be sure to read what we think of this bike and other adventure bikes.



  • Bore (MM)66
  • Compression Ratio9.4:1
  • CoolingAir
  • Displacement in CC199
  • Displacement in CI12.1
  • Engine TypeSingle-Cylinder
  • StarterElectric
  • Stroke58.2
  • Valve ConfigurationSOHC


  • Numer Of Speeds5
  • Transmission TypeManual


  • Front Tire70/100 R21 M/C 44P
  • Rear Tire100/90 R18 M/C 56P


  • Front Brake TypeHydraulic Disc
  • Rear Brake TypeDrum

Suspension & Steering

  • Air AdjustableNo
  • Front Suspension TypeTelescopic Fork
  • Rear Adjustable Rebound DampingNo
  • Rear Adjustable Shock / Spring Pre-LoadYes
  • Rear Suspension TypeTwin Sided Swing Arm
  • Seat Height (in)33.3


  • Fuel Capacity (gal)3.4
  • Manufacturer CountryJapan
  • Manufacturer TypeEnduro
  • Wet Weight (lbs)278
  • Wheelbase (in)55.3

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