1980 | Susie

Casual and agile minibike for urban riders


The Susie has a simple and casual design that uses a stamped frame to create a resemblance to a compact bicycle. Its air-cooled 2-stroke 1-cylinder engine generates horsepower of 2.4 PS and is equipped with the easy-to-start Pointless Electronic Ignition (PEI) system. With the lightest chassis of all Suzuki’s family-oriented models (dry weight: 43 kg), a low seat, and bar steps, the Susie is highly maneuverable and as easy to ride as putting on a pair of sneakers. Other user-friendly features include gauges that show at a glance when the gasoline and oil need a top up, and a self-operating fuel cock. It also features an automatic transmission that both eliminates the need for shifting and allows the bike to be ridden simply using the throttle alone.

Dimensions and weight Dimensions Overall length 1,540 mm
Overall width 660 mm
Overall height 970 mm
Wheelbase 1,040 mm
Weight 43 kg (Dry)
Engine Engine type 2-stroke, 1-cylinder, air-cooled
Engine displacement 49 cm³
Bore x stroke 41.0 mm × 37.4 mm
Maximum power 1.8kW(2.4PS) / 5,500rpm
Maximum torque 3.6N-m / 3,500rpm
Transmission 1-speed constant mesh
Front tire size 2.00-14-4PR
Rear tire size 2.00-14-4PR