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1 year & 10.000 km with Suzuki V-Strom 250
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41 thoughts on “1 year & 10.000 km with Suzuki V-Strom 250 – Thông tin về xe nhiều người quan tâm

  1. The bike geek and more says:

    Thanks for a great review. Some drivers have done some comments about the gearbox. That it sometimes can be difficult to shift down to the first gear. Is that something that you have experienced?

  2. Mukesh Reddy says:

    Nice perspective. Very similar to my type. Regarding Speedo reading, I think Not just Japanese, every speedo has some discrepancy as it depends of many variable factors in terms of vehicle compared to fixed body equipment which are GPS driven. Cheers Brother!!!

  3. Ionatan says:

    Foarte util videoul. Caut sa cumpar o motocicleta si m-au zapacit toti dealerii din Cluj cu o gramada de opinii si informatii. Daca esti disponibil ne putem intalni? Multumesc.

  4. Imran says:

    Thanks for this video.

    I’m not keen on speed either, I can’t decide between the Kawasaki Versys X 300 and the Suzuki V Strom 250.

    Which one of the two would you recommend if I want to stay on asphalt, and occasional off roading ?

  5. Touramoto says:

    Very nice review and a very good bike. I was looking for the same bike last year and then got a good deal for the GSX 250 R, the brother of your V-Strom (same Engine). It has more of a sportbike look, but of course its not extremly sporty. Its more like a touring bike for fun in the twisties and although it only has 25hp I can keep up with bigger bikes, as long as there isn´t a long straight 🙂

    The bike is also very easy to work on and I try to do everything myself. But there is one thing I dont like too much. The service manual says that the valves need to be checked every 5.000km, which I find a very short period. So I have a question. Have you done the valve clearences for service yet? Was there anything to adjust? Because I am thinking of only checking them every 10.000km.
    Greetings from Austria 🙂

  6. Vince Horvath says:

    Let's add one more comment to hit the 100 🙂
    I am riding a Versys x300, I absolutely agree your points, good to see other riders not suffering from horse power mania. This is a very practical bike with excellent price/performance ratio.
    Question: How do you double the box capacity? I didn't catch it in the video.
    An kind advice: as a general rule: don't change to 50w or 60w oil. Denser oil means of course less oil consumption, but on the other side less lubrication. Factory oil will guarantee you can ride this bike out of the world!
    Greetings from Hungary.

  7. Hemanth says:

    can anyone tell me, how does it perform in stop and go traffic for like 1-2 hours every day would it be ideal for those conditions?

  8. Sailing Rona AKA Breezy Rider says:

    Like your attitude and approach to biking, I'm on a VStrom 650 now, before that Triumph Tiger Sport 1050, before that Honda ST1100 Pan European (300kg!). And I'm 1.7m/70kg, smaller is better for many of us but we're taken in by the marketing and the hype, my next bike might well be the VStrom 250, for one-up relaxed and comfortable touring I can see the attraction for sure…

  9. Craig Woodhouse says:

    Excellent honest review. Thank you for doing it in English. this has helped me immensely with deciding which lightweight tourer/adventure bike to go for. love from the UK

  10. klisima1 says:

    ni ce review my friend, I have the same motorcycle and I absolutely LOVE IT! Can you tell me what size of luggage box you have in your bike?

  11. Jess Nielsen says:

    Very laid back review for a bike I only just discovered! Lots of good information given in a practical way! Thank you for this video and may you have a great vinter sir!

  12. Enrico Grillo says:

    I subscribed to your channel, i like Suzuki V strom, i currently have a 650cc and it's great.
    Next year i want to buy a smaller diplacement, i want i lighter bike and V strom 250 is my favourite.
    We'll see what happens, meanwhile stay safe.
    Greetings from Italy.

  13. jet navx says:

    Your vlog is a realy nice for watching, and bike is really fun to ride, I completely agree with you. What tires you have on your bike? I still have original (now I am just above 6000km, and tires will last for one more season), but I will not go with this tires to offroad places where you have been. I have some light offroad traveling with my 250, but nothing like you. Keep up the good work and enjoy your 250. Great bike.

  14. Hasan Murat Sarikaya says:

    Thank you for this nice review man. 🙏 I make long journeys with mine. I feel sorry for the engine because in our country traffic flows arround 120 km/h between cities. And I have to go fast to feel safe. I heard some users changing front sprocket for lower rpm at high speed. Did you ever consider changing front sprocket to 15t one?

  15. Wilfried Beyens says:

    Great review! Because I love riding on smaller bikes I think I am going to sell my Kawasaki 650 and buy the Suzuki V-strom 250.
    Do you do the maintenance on your bike yourself ?
    BTW, I did'nt knew that Romania is such a beautiful country 🙂
    Greetings from Belgium!

  16. Victor Herrero says:

    Awesome objective review. My story is similar to yours, I was between the BMW GS 310 ( I did not like the one cilinder TVS engine), the Kawasaki Versys 300 ( sporty bike, but no power on low RPMs and I didnot like the seat height), Benelli TRK 251 ( really slow and noisy) and I went to Suzuki and I loved the Vstrom 250 it is reliable, good looking and feels sturdy so I bought it in red color.
    As you said it is not a sport bike, is a confortable Commuting-Adventure- Tourer bike ( thats the way I see it).
    What I Like:
    1. Design, it has a solid cool design ( at least for me).
    2. It looks bigger than it is ( people think is a 500 cc bike).
    3. Dual chanell ABS.
    4. The dashboard is complete and easy to read.
    5. Confortable.
    6. Fuel consuption
    7. Fuel Tank Capacity.
    8. Handle / rides well.
    9. Suzuki bulletproof reliability.
    1. You cannot turn ABS off.
    2. Better tires ( I will buy Pirelli Sport Demon next year).
    3. Led Headlight ( the bulb headlight is obsolete these days).
    4. The Bike needs a little bit more Power, it has only 26 hp; with a 300 cc engine and around 30-32 hp it would be the perfect small displacement adventure touring bike.
    5. That the crashguard came OEM, you have to buy it aftermarket when for example The Benneli TRK 251 or the Mcbor x3 have it from stock ( both motorcycles are direct competitors of the Vstrom).
    My Grades:
    Design: 9
    Confort: 10
    Brakes : 8.5
    Reliability: 10
    Value: 9
    Engine: 8 ( Reliable but needs more power).
    Excellent starter adventure bike ( which is my case).
    Love your videos!!
    Take Care.

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