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Suzuki's first two-wheeled vehicle to go into production in 1952 was a bicycle fitted with a motor called, the "Diamond Free."

With being one of the biggest names associated with motorcycles, Suzuki's were exported to all corners of the world. If you are looking for something special or rare, check through the countries listed below, you never know what you might find. If you do not find what you are looking for through Ebay, other suggestions we would make are that you contact one of the several owners clubs worldwide for help & advice and / or place an ad in our Wanted & For Sale section further down the page.

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1953 Suzuki Diamond Free

Engine Size: 58cc

First Produced: 1953

1953 Suzuki Diamond Free

Air-cooled 58 cc 2-stroke. 2 hp/ 4.000 rpm. Two speeds. After the success of this first model the name of the company was changed to Suzuki Motor Company in June 1954 and the former weaving machine builders began building motorcycles.

1954 Suzuki Colleda CO

Engine Size: 90cc

First Produced: 1954

1954 Suzuki Colleda CO

Air cooled, 90 cc side valve four-stroke engine producing 4 hp. Suzuki turned to four-strokes and side valves for 1954 with the 90cc CO and 123cc COX Both were true motorcycles having three speeds, telescopic front forks ang plunger rear suspension.

1972 Suzuki 550J

Engine Size: 543cc

First Produced: 1972

1972 Suzuki 550J

Air-cooled 543 cc inline-3, 2-stroke. 50 hp / 6,500 rpm, 5,5 kg-m/ 6,000 rpm. Suzuki introduced a trio of three-cylinder two-strokes in 1972: the air-cooled triples GT380 and GT550 and the new flagship, the liquid-cooled GT750.

1976 Suzuki GT250 A

Engine: 246cc

First Produced: 1972

1976 Suzuki GT250 A

Air-cooled aluminum 247 cc parallel twin, 2-stroke, Ram Air cooling system. 31 hp / 7,000 rpm, 3.18 kg-m/ 6,500 rpm. The Ram Air cylinder head was no longer used on the 1976 year's GT250A (some early 1976s still had it), new cylinder fins were supposed to do the same job.

1972 Suzuki T500 J

Engine: 492cc

First Produced: 1972

1972 Suzuki T500 J

Air-cooled 492 cc inline-2, 2-stroke. 47 hp/ 7,000 rpm, 5.3 kg-m/ 6,000 rpm. The main change for this year was the use of a larger tail light lens which would remain standard on the GT range as well. 

1976 Suzuki GS750

Engine: 748cc

First Produced: 1976

1976 Suzuki GS750

Air-cooled 748cc inline 4, DOHC, 8 valves. 72 hp/ 8,500 rpm, 60 Nm/ 7,000 rpm. At first the GS750 had a single disc brake at the front and steel wire wheels, but already in January 1977 the the model had double disc at the front. From the beginning the model had 5-speed gearbox, electric starter and 12V electric system with conventional battery and coil ignition

1978 Suzuki PE175

Engine: 172cc

First Produced: 1978

1978 Suzuki PE175

Air-cooled 172 cc single cylinder 2-stroke engine, piston and reed valve. 24 hp (18 kW)/ 9,500 rpm. 18.5 Nm (1.9 kg-m)/ 7,500 rpm. Kick start, 6 speeds.

1978 Suzuki GS1000

Engine: 997cc

First Produced: 1978

1978 Suzuki GS1000

Air-cooled 997 cc inline-4, DOHC, 8 valves. 90 ps (66 kW)/ 8.200 rpm, 78 Nm (8,5 kg-m)/ 6.500 rpm. The first GS1000s arrived to shops in February 1978. At first the model was called GS1000 (without the E). The first models had conventional rear shocks but in May 1978 they were replaced with gas/air suspension, covered with chromed steel tube.

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