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2006 Suzuki Dr 650se on 2040-motos

$3,999
YearYear:2006 MileageMileage:24392 ColorColor: Blue/White
Location:

Ocala, Florida

Ocala, FL
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Suzuki DR photos

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Suzuki DR tech info

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Suzuki DR description

2006 Suzuki DR 650SE, Don't stop, don't settle. Imagine having a blast down your favorite back road on your Suzuki DR650SE and you're looking ahead and see the end of the paved road - there's no need to stop. Continue your breathtaking journey as the DR650SE will go the extra mile. The bike has exceptional handling with technically advanced front forks and a smooth powerband to accelerate through the corners. Powered by a 644cc four-stroke engine, the DR650SE is your ticket to an adventure of a lifetime.

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