Suzuki Burgman 400 2018 Service Manual
SUZUKI BURGMAN 400 (AN400) The Burgman 400 is Yamaha’s mid-sized Burgman maxi scooter, with the full Burgman family containing models from 125cc - 650cc (only some of which have been offered in North Amerca). The Burgman 400 debuted in the USA and Canadian markets for 2003 after being available internationally since 1998.
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Now in it’s third generation, the Burgman 400 remains on sale as of 2018. In many overseas countries Suzuki calls this model the Skywave 400 instead, with the same body style/platform also available as a 250cc version. Husqvarna Designer Diamond Deluxe Service Manual more. 2017 Ford Ranger Uk User Manual. The smaller (125, 200) and larger (650) Burgman’s are entirely different scooters. Generations The first generation of the Burgman 400 (below) went on sale internationally for 1998 and was later introduced to the USA market for 2003, where it went largely unchanged until 2006 aside from a sporty “Type S” model offered in 2005 & 2006. The Type S Burgman 400 added chrome bars, chrome mirrors, blacked out rims, white gauges and a body colored rear spoiler. For 2007 the Burgman 400 entered its second generation with an all new model (below in white).
The 2007 Burgman 400 used a new 400cc engine that featured DOHC, liquid cooling, fuel injection and 4-valves. Also new was the styling which took on an edgier look.
The 2007 Burgman 400 also got a larger windscreen, more underseat storage (62 liter), a larger front wheel and a nice new instrument panel. For several years Suzuki sold an ABS equipped version of this scooter alongside the regular model, but after 2010 Suzuki offered only the ABS version. The second generation Burgman 400 was dropped from Suzuki’s North American line in the USA and Canada after 2016, and thus no Burgman 400 was offered in 2017. A third generation of the Burgman 400 (shown at top) was launched in North America for 2018.
This all new third generation featured a sportier emphasis, with the machine getting smaller and lighter. It has a new riding position that is shifted forward to aid handling, but is perhaps less comfortable for all day touring. The upsides of this new generation are the sporty styling and better handling, with the downsides being a loss in touring comfort and substantially less storage.
Storage space is similar to previous generations in the legshield area, with the familiar dual glove box setup, but the underseat storage is notable smaller - declining from cavernous to merely large (shown), so it can just swallow two helmets. Other noteworthy changes with the third generation are a 5mpg improvement in fuel efficiency, a 1.5” higher seat, a 15” front rim instead of 14” and a lighter weight by 14 lbs (474 lbs vs 489 lbs). While the third generation Burgman 400 is lighter, it still lags far behind the first generation (406 lbs) in the lightweight department. Motor The first two generations of Burgman 400 used a single cylinder, 4-stroke, 4-valve, liquid cooled engine, while the second generation adds fuel injection, dual cams and an extra 14cc (385cc vs 399cc).