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Thread: DRZ Supermoto Not Coming Back ... Ever

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    Default DRZ Supermoto Not Coming Back ... Ever

    I was at a dealer the other day buying a new KTM , I have the SMC and was just picking up the enduro R . There was a suzuki rep there and got to chating with him about all the bikes not just KTM or suzuki .
    The manufactures seem to have cut way back on production on alot of models as most of you guys know , the rep said you will not see a supermoto in suzuki line for many years to come .
    Said the northeastern and westcoast was the biggest selling area , the numbers did not justify keeping the line alive .
    Was told there working on fuel injection for the 400s for next year but its going to be more like 2014 .
    The DRZ 400 sm was a great starter machine sad to say I will miss it ... Thats why god created KTM

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    The most important question is... will the new model have new stickers??? How did you miss that question Next DRZ SM needs FI and a 6 speed box and it's perfect if you ask me, perfect for what is it anyway, basically a commuter supermoto.
    Current: DRZ 400 SM
    Past: KTM 525 EXC, KTM 690 SMC, DRZ 400 SM

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    i love my drz!
    Some people wonder all their lives if they've made a difference. The Marines don't have that problem.-Reagan

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    I said to the rep your company can put fuel injection in the LTR 450 and RMZ why not just put that into the drz even if it was the enduro , all the guys would buy them and just sm the bikes .
    I think it would scare the crap out of the regular joe blow riders even in dirt form .

    I was like Joe the plummer for what the rider really wants ... LOL
    Last edited by Greguw; 04-14-2012 at 06:34 AM.

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    you realize its still sold every where else, just not in the US right?

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    Yep ... sucks Europe and Asia gets all the good bikes .

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