Honda, Yamaha, Suzuki: who has the best motorcycle? When you are looking for motorcycles, there are many out there to choose from. Besides a Harley, there are others with the strength and stamina to hold the road, but which is best? Honda, Yamaha and Suzuki are the contenders here.
If we take a look at Honda, we’ll see a wide array of motorcycles. They offer models ranging from sport bikes to cruisers, and if you are just starting out, then you’ll want a smaller bike. When you learned to ride a bike as a kid, you had training wheels. The smaller bikes are the best for learning, and we can call them the "training wheels" toward a bigger and more powerful bike. Honda makes a great training bike, and it seems they are tops when it comes to a standard motorcycle. But we still need to take a look at its cousins.
So then we move to the Yamaha V-Star 650, which is long running, practical and aggressive. When deciding among the three, it would depend if you are just starting out or if you are ready to move on up to a bigger bike. That gives us a few points to discuss on the three different bike styles. If we are looking at the best MPG on a motorcycle, then we have the Yamaha TW200 at 75 mpg. The Honda 125 Varadero is at 74 mpg, and down the list the Suzuki Intruder VL125 at 62 mpg. The Suzuki SV1000 has been a popular bike for quite awhile, whether it is due to the stopping power or the massive torque.
The Honda CBR1000RR came in second over Yamaha and Suzuki as the best sport bike out there in 2009. If you really like that speed and handling, this seems to be the one you wanting to check out for further information at a dealer. If you are looking for a nice cruiser, then the Suzuki Boulevard M90 came in second in 2009, and the $9,999 price tag didn’t hurt it one bit. If you are looking for a nice touring bike, the Honda Goldwing steps up to the plate with 900 pounds of comfort and versatility. It just depends on what you are looking for in a bike, the price range you want to go for and whether you are out for speed, comfort or just a nice ride. Honda, Yamaha and Suzuki all have their top competitors, so it comes down to the rider to decide which is the best motorcycle.
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