- New ‘upswept’ design, along with LED lights
- More practicality, with top box available as an option
- Costs £6299 - or £44 a month on PCP deal
New Suzuki Burgman 400 scooter on sale now
The latest version of what Suzuki says is the original 'maxi scooter' is showrooms now, with a new look and more practicality
Suzuki says it invented the maxi scooter when it launched the original Burgman 400 in 1998, and the latest model gets a new, upswept design, as well as new LED headlights, position lights, and tail lights. Sporty handling compliments the new looks, courtesy of a larger front wheel, new suspension, and a 7kg weight reduction.
On top of that, the scooter also boasts high levels of practicality, with average fuel economy of 71mpg and under-seat storage of 42 litres. Up front, there are two additional storage components, totalling 6.3 litres, with one housing a 12V socket, ideal for charging phones or sat-nav devices. For additional storage, there’s also a top box available as an accessory.
The Burgman 400 costs £6,299, but on Suzuki’s Flexible Finance Scheme, and as part of a PCP deal, buyers will pay £44.40 per month over three years, with a final repayment of £3,120 and deposit of £2,500. For those who prefer a hire purchase deal, the same deposit means the Burgman 400 can be yours for £121.39 per month, also over three years, with no final repayment.