Suzuki AN 400 Burgman

 

 

 

 

Make Model.

Suzuki AN 400 Burgman

Year

2003 - 04

Engine

Four stroke, single cylinder, SOHC, 4 valves

Capacity

385 cc / 23.5 cu in
Bore x Stroke 83 x 71.2 mm
Compression Ratio 10.2:1
Lubrication system Wet sump
Cooling System Liquid cooled

Induction

Fuel Injection

SparkPlug

NGK CR7E or DENSO U22ESR-N

Ignition

Digital electronic

Starting

Electric

Battery

12V, 8Ah

Max Power

23.4 kW / 32 hp @ 7600 rpm

Max Torque

32 Nm / 3.3 kgf-m / 23.6 ft-lb @ 6000 rpm

Transmission

CVT

Final Drive

Belt

Frame

Steel pipe, under bone

Front Suspension

Inverted, telescopic, 41mm inner tube, coil spring, oil damped

Rear Suspension

Swingarm, progressive linkage, coil spring, oil dampedfully adjustable spring preload

Front Wheel Travel

100 mm / 3.9"

Rear Wheel Travel

100 mm / 3.9"

Front Brakes

Single hydraulic 260 mm disc

Rear Brakes

Single hydraulic 210 mm disc

Front Tyre

110/90-13 M/C 55P, tubeless

Rear Tyre

130/70-13 M/C 63P, tubeless

Rake

27º

Trail

106 mm / 4.2"

Steering Angle (left and right)

40º

Turning Radius

2.8 m / 9.2 ft

Dimensions

Length: 2260 mm / 89.0"
Width:     760 mm / 29.9"
Height:  1375 mm / 54.1"

Wheelbase

1590 mm / 62.6"

Seat Height

695 mm / 27.4"

Ground Clearance

125 mm / 4.9"

Dry Weight

184 kg / 405 lbs

Fuel Capacity 

13 Litres / 3.4 US gal

Burgman 400 was largely unchanged for 2003 to 2006 (shown bottom left) aside from a sporty “Type S” model offered in 2005 & 2006.

The both generations of Burgman 400 have used a single cylinder, 4-stroke, 4-valve, liquid cooled engine, while the second generation adds fuel injection, dual cams and an extra 15cc (385cc vs 400cc). Both motors are capable of propelling a single rider to about 95mph, but the second generation motor boasts improved efficiency. The 2003-2006 Burgman 400 normally records about 50-55mpg, while the second generation sips fuel at 55-60 mph which is pretty good for a 489 lbs (dry) machine. The first generation motor was smaller at 385cc but it also propelled a much lighter 406 lbs machine which is why performance between the generations is quite similar.

Overall, the 400cc Burgman is a practical machine for maxi-scooterists who aren’t addicted to power. One could spend $2000 more to get the larger 650cc Burgman, but 400cc offers ample amenities and plenty of power for highway cruising along with better milage than it’s larger sibling. If you’re used to a lot of power or you plan on doing a lot of fast 2-up riding, you might want to look at a 500-650cc machine, but otherwise the Burgman 400 will be a great choice.