2004 Suzuki Maurader 1600

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Very clean bike, less than 16K miles, good tires ready to ride.

Building on the proven performance and good looks of the hot-rod Marauder 800, Suzuki brings you the bigger and badder 2004 Suzuki Marauder 1600. The combination of aggressive power, sporty handling and a dynamic looks makes the new Marauder 1600 a winner on any boulevard.

Motivation for the 04 Marauder 1600 comes courtesy of a rubber-mounted, liquid-cooled, SOHC, four-stroke, four-valve-per-cylinder V-twin. The powerful engine utilizes a compact combustion chamber, digital fuel injection system with dual 40mm throttle bodies and dual-plug digital ignition. The result is precise engine response and gobs of torque. A close-ratio five-speed transmission conveys horsepower to the rear wheel via a low-maintenance, dualhydraulic air shock-equipped shaft drive system. Up front, 43mm upside-down cartridge forks offer unmatched handling while sportbike-style, six-piston discs provide stopping power. Rear brakes consist of a single-disc setup.

Framing the big V-twin motor is a high-tensile-steel, double-cradle frame with 32 degrees of rake and 5.7 inches of trail for optimum handling and stability. Seventeen-inch polished, cast-aluminum wheels are equipped with radial tires front and rear. Styling for the new Marauder is pure hot-rod, from the aggressively styled, oversize headlight to the sleek 4.5- gallon fuel tank. Completing its sporting chic exterior is the sculpted rear fender with exotic-looking taillight treatment and multi-reflector turn signals.

Introducing the all-new 2004 Suzuki Marauder 1600 a new chapter in Suzuki cruiser performance.