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A guide to motorcycle gas mileage (MPG and L/100km) and fuel economy

SEE OUR NEW AND IMPROVED MOTORCYCLE FUEL ECOMONY GUIDE 1934 to Today’s Bikes

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2007SuzukiV-Strom DL650
645/2
5.8/22
54/4.4
O
      
 
2006SuzukiGSX-R1000
998.6/4
4.8/18
39/
6.3/
O
2006SuzukiGSX-R1000
998.6/4
4.8/18
6.2/5.7
38/41
O
2006SuzukiGSX-R750
749/4
4.5/17
6.4/5.5
37/43
O
2006SuzukiGSX-R600
599/4
4.8/18
39/6.0
37/43
6.4/5.5
O
2006SuzukiGSX-R600
599/4
4.5/17
42/5.6
O
2006SuzukiC50T Boulevard
805/2
4.1/15.5
50/4.7
50/51
4.7/4.6
O
2006SuzukiC50 Boulevard
805/2
4.1/15.5
54.6/4.3
O
2006SuzukiS50 Boulevard
805/2
3.2/12
49/56
4.8/4.2
O
2006SuzukiSV650S
645/2
4.5/17
43/54
5.5/4.4
O
2006SuzukiSV650
645/2
4.7/17.8
51/57.5
4.6/4.1
O
2005SuzukiV-Strom 650
645/2
5.8/22
53.4/4.4
P
2006SuzukiV-Strom DL650
645/2
5.8/22
50/4.7
O
2006SuzukiRV125 Van Van
124/1
1.7/6.5
83/2.8
O
      
 
2005SuzukiM50 Boulevard
805/2
4.1/15.5
44/5.3
O
2005SuzukiS50 Boulevard
805/2
3.2/12
39.2/6
43/56
5.5/4.2
O
2005SuzukiS83 Boulevard
1360/2
3.4/12.9
50/4.7
42/58
5.6/4.1
O
2005SuzukiGSX-R600
599/4
4.5/17
39.2/6
P
2005SuzukiSV1000S
996/2
4.5/17
39.2/6
38.7/42.2
6.1/5.6
O
2005SuzukiSV650S
645/2
4.5/17
44/57
5.3/4.1
O
2005SuzukiC90
1500/2
3.7/14
51/4.6
43/60
5.5/3.9
O
2005SuzukiBurgman AN650
650/2
4.2/15.9
49/4.8
47/54
5/4.1
O
2005SuzukiV-Strom 650
645/2
5.8/22
48/4.9
P
      
 
2004SuzukiV-Strom 650
645/2
5.8/22
41.3/5.7
P
2004SuzukiGSX-R600
599/4
4.5/17
37.9/6.2
P
2004SuzukiBurgman 650
638/1
4/15
42.8/5.5
P
2004SuzukiGSX-R1000
998/4
4.8/18
31.8/7.4
P
2004SuzukiGSX1300R Hayabusa
1299/4
5.5/21
40/5.9
38/45
6.2/5.2
O
      
 
2003SuzukiIntruder LC 1500
1462/2
3.8/14.4
45/5.2
O
2003SuzukiBandit 1200
1157/4
5.3/20
40/45
5.9/5.2
O
2003SuzukiV-Strom 1000
996/2
5.8/22
33.6/7
P
2003SuzukiGSX-R600
599/4
4.8/18
32.7/7.2
P
2003SuzukiSV650S
645/2
4.5/17
44.8/5.3
37.3/40.5
6.3/5.8
P
2003SuzukiSV1000S
996/2
4.5/17
35.6/6.6
P/O
2003SuzukiSV1000K3
996/2
31.5/7.5
O
2003SuzukiGSX-R1000
998/4
4.8/18
35.1/6.7
P
2003SuzukiLS650 Savage
652/1
2.8/10.5
55/4.2
O
2003SuzukiIntruder VL125
125/1
3.17/12
47/5
O
      
 
2002SuzukiGSXR 600
599/4
4.8/18.2
36/42
6.5/5.6
O
2002SuzukiGS500
497/2
4.5/14
42/5.6
O
2002SuzukiGS500
497/2
4.5/14
60/3.9
O
2002Suzuki650 Savage LS650
650/1
2.8/10.5
50/4.7
O
      
 
2001SuzukiGSF1200 Bandit
1157/4
5.3/20
34/6.9
O
2001SuzukiIntruder Volusia
805/2
4.2/15.9
45/50
5.2/4.7
O
      
 
2000SuzukiGSX-R 750
749/4
4.76/18
/5.9
37.5/43.8
6.3/5.4
O/P
2000SuzukiGSX1300R Hayabusa
1298/4
5.8/22
/7.5
P
2000SuzukiBandit 1200
1156/4
5/19
33.6/7
P
2000SuzukiTL1000R
996/2
4.5/17
36.1/6.5
P
2000SuzukiTL1000S
996/2
4.5/17
33.6/7
P
2000SuzukiKatana 750
749/4
5.3/20
37.9/6.2
P
2000SuzukiSV650S
645/2
4.2/16
39.2/6
P
2000SuzukiGSX-R600
600/4
4.8/18
42.8/5.5
P
2000SuzukiKatana 600
599/4
5.3/20
41.3/5.7
P
2000SuzukiBandit 600
599/4
5.3/20
41.3/5.7
P
2000SuzukiGS500E
487/2
4.5/17
52.3/4.5
P
2000SuzukiIntruder 1500 LC
1462/2
/15.5
35.6/6.6
P
2000SuzukiIntruder 1500 SE
1462/2
/15.5
35.6/6.6
P
2000SuzukiIntruder 1400
1360/2
3.4/13
41.3/5.7
P
2000SuzukiIntruder 800
805/2
3.2/12
45.2/5.2
P
2000SuzukiMarauder 800
805/2
3.4/13
45.2/5.2
P
2000SuzukiMarauder 250
249/1
3.7/14
49/4.8
P
2000SuzukiDR650S
644/1
3.4/13
47/5
P
     
1999SuzukiKatana GSX 750
750/4
4.5/17.3
50/4.7
O
     
1996SuzukiIntruder 800
805/2
3.2/12
40/51
4.6/5.9
O
     
1992SuzukiGSXFN 1100 (Sport Touring Katana)
1128/4
5.5/20.8
28/22
8.4/10.7
O
     
1990SuzukiVX800
798/2
5/19
40/5.88
O
     
1979SuzukiGS425
52/4.5
P
1979SuzukiGS750EN
45.2/5.2
P
1979SuzukiGS850
41.9/5.6
P
1979SuzukiGS1000L
43.6/5.4
P
     
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DISCLAIMER:
Owned reported estimates are based on data from riders rather than official sources. Since the source data cannot be verified Total Motorcycle does not guarantee the accuracy of this data.

General:
Unlike automobiles, motorcycle Fuel Efficiency is extremely difficult to calculate and it is important to remember these numbers are general guidelines as what to expect under the exact same conditions. Each rider will get different numbers for their own motorcycle due to accessories, riding style, type and formulation of gas which varies from each city.

Please Note: US MPG and Gallons are used, not Imperial. To calculate Imperial MPG and Gallons plus use the converter on the Motorcycle Fuel Economy Index Page

Personal motorcycle ratings are not official or my not be indicitive of every model for that year. As these figures are not required by law in North America to display we wish to thank the many motorcycle manufacturers for sharing these numbers with us and with you.


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