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Suzuki DR200
Manufacturer Suzuki
Production 86-88
Engine 200
Sparkplug D8EA '86-88
Front Tire 70/100-21 '86-88
Rear Tire 100/100-18 '86-88
Manuals Service Manual
Tech Specs · Brochures · Reviews · Ads · Videos

The Suzuki DR200 is a motorcycle produced by Suzuki from 1986 to 1988.

1986 DR200G

1986 Suzuki DR200G

  • V.I.N. #: JS1DH41A G2100001
  • ENGINE TYPE: 199cc Four-stroke
  • COLOR: Yellow
  • Blue frame
  • DR on side covers

1987 DR200H

1987 Suzuki DR200H

  • V.I.N. #: JS1DH41A H2100001
  • ENGINE TYPE: 199cc Four-stroke
  • COLOR: Yellow
  • Silver frame
  • Two tone blue DR tank decals

1988 DR200J

1988 Suzuki DR200J

  • V.I.N. #: JS1DH41A J2100001
  • ENGINE TYPE: 199cc Four-stroke
  • COLOR: Yellow
  • Blue frame
  • Black outlined DR tank decals

Suzuki DR200
Manufacturer Suzuki
Also called DR200S, DR200SE, DR 200 SE, DR 200
Production 1985 - 2019
Class Enduro
Engine single cylinder, four-stroke
Bore / Stroke 66.0mm x 58.2mm
Compression ratio 9.4:1
Horse Power 19.98 HP (14.9 KW) @ 8500RPM
Torque 13.28 ft/lbs (18.0 Nm) @ 7000RPM
Fuel system carburettor. mikuni bst31ss, single
Ignition type cdi
Battery 9.4:1
Transmission Gear box: 5-speed

Final Drive: chain

Clutch: Wet multi-plate
Suspension Front: telescopic, coil spring, oil damped
Rear: link type, coil spring, oil damped
Brakes Front: single disc
Rear: expanding brake (drum brake)
Front Tire 70/100-21
Rear Tire 100/90-18
Wheelbase 55.31 inches (1405 mm)
Dimensions L 84.84 inches (2155 mm)
W 31.69 inches (805 mm)
H 44.88 inches (1140 mm)
Seat height 33.27 inches (845 mm)
Weight 249.12 pounds (113.0 Kg) (dry), 126.0 kg (wet)
Fuel capacity 3.43 Gallon (13.00 Liters)
Manuals Service Manual
Tech Specs · Brochures · Reviews · Ads · Videos

The Suzuki DR200S was a single cylinder, four-stroke Enduro motorcycle produced by Suzuki between 1985 and 2019. Max torque was 13.28 ft/lbs (18.0 Nm) @ 7000 RPM. Claimed horsepower was 19.98 HP (14.9 KW) @ 8500 RPM.


The engine was a air cooled single cylinder, four-stroke. A 66.0mm bore x 58.2mm stroke result in a displacement of just 199.0 cubic centimeters. Fuel was supplied via a single overhead cams (sohc).


The bike has a 5-speed transmission. Power was moderated via the Wet multi-plate.


It came with a 70/100-21 front tire and a 100/90-18 rear tire. Stopping was achieved via single disc in the front and a expanding brake (drum brake) in the rear. The front suspension was a telescopic, coil spring, oil damped while the rear was equipped with a link type, coil spring, oil damped. The DR200S was fitted with a 3.43 Gallon (13.00 Liters) fuel tank. The bike weighed just 249.12 pounds (113.0 Kg). The wheelbase was 55.31 inches (1405 mm) long.

2000 Suzuki DR200SE

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If you're looking for a small dual-purpose bike that's fun and tough as nails, the 2000 MY DR200SE is definitely one of the winning choices. Light, affordable, economical and cheap and easy to maintain, the DR200SE packs all the sweet grunt of its bigger sibling in a body that's even smaller and easier to flip on the forest trail, while providing an even more agile getaway in the urban clutter.

Retaining excellent terrainability yet with suspensions tweaked for street use as well, the 2000 MY DR200SE is still an awesome, street-legal commuter. Even more, the bike is also a good mule as you can load a lot of luggage on it and venture for longer trips.

2001 Suzuki DR200SE

2001 Suzuki DR200SE

If you find the DR-Z400 attractive but feel like that bike is way too much for your size or skills, there's still a way for you to enjoy Suzuki's dual-sport machines, and its name is the 2001 MY DR200SE. This bike brings together the best of both worlds, with solid off-road nerve and a "built like a tank" character mixed with excellent streetability, an upright, comfy and commanding riding stance and excellent city slicing capabilities.

For newer riders or seasoned ones in search of a small-displacement, economical commuter which can also tread the forest trails toward your favorite scenic spot, fishing pond or for plain fun wilderness exploration.

2002 Suzuki DR200SE

2002 Suzuki DR200SE

if you're looking for a small-displacement punchy machine which can tackle tough trails but which will also be legal in the city and on the highway, therefore boasting solid commuting functionality, you should definitely look into the 2002 MY DR200SE. There is more to this small Suzuki than meets the eye, as this brawny machine is both fun and econonimcal, while being easy to operate even by shorter riders.

Cue a 6-speed transmission, electric start, long-travel suspensions and the lightweight build and narrow profile which makes it awesome for both squeezing on single tracks and through the slow urban clutter. Fun for both new and seasoned riders, the DR200SE is a real go-anywhere bike.

2003 Suzuki DR200SE

2003 Suzuki DR200SE

The 2002 MY DR200SE is a worthy choice for those in search of a nimble, small-displacement bike with plenty of grunt for tackling the trail, but which would provide quick getaway in the urban environment, as well. This bike is lightweight and easy to maintain, thanks to its air-cooled single-cylinder engine. Still riding it is rewarding thanks to its sturdy wire-spoked rims, 5-speed transmission, and compliant suspensions. For commuting and weekend fun in the wilderness, the DR200SE is a premium entry-level choice.

2004 Suzuki DR200SE

2004 Suzuki DR200SE

It doesn't take a bike specialist to figure out that the DR200SE is the smaller brother of the DR650 SE. The 2004 MY DR200SE is a sweet choice for new riders who are avid in their explorations, be it in the urban jungle or out in the wild. The DR200SE is a true dual-sport bike, light, agele and able to tread on narrow forest path with the same ease it blasts along the highway.

Strong, reliable and fun even when riding two-up, the DR200SE is a great commuter and a great way to train before stepping up to the bigger machines.

2005 Suzuki DR200SE

2005 Suzuki DR200SE

Suzuki knows there are a lot of guys out there who are looking for an affordable dual-purpose bike to tackle both the city jungle and the forest trails, so the DR200SE gets to live for another year. The 2005 MY carries on the proven recipe, with aggressive wire spoked wheels shod with knobby tires which fella t home on asphalt, too, long travel suspensions and plenty of room for a passenger.

This off-road bike is street legal so commuting in all areas will be a breeze, especially as it is also economical, light and very nimble. You're getting an air-cooled single with 199cc of displacement, punchy yet non-intimidating even for new riders. The front disc brake ensure firm stopping power for both urban and trail rides.

2006 Suzuki DR200SE

2006 Suzuki DR200SE 2006 Suzuki DR200SE

Looking for a fun small-displacement bike with equally rewarding behavior on asphalt and dirt? How about a true dual-sport machine created to provide dependable transportation wherever you might roam? The 2006 MY DR200SE carries on the proven recipe, and offers manageable punch with a package that's both simple, lightweight and easy to maintain and run.

Strong wheels and stout suspensions, a wide bar for effortless steering, folding mirrors, dual-sport tires, and a generous fuel tank are on the menu for your guaranteed fun. No matter whether you're riding to work, heading for your fav fishing spot in the wild, slicing the city running errands or just having plain old off-road fun, the DR200SE will not let you down, beginner or skilled rider.

2007 Suzuki DR200SE

2007 Suzuki DR200SE 2007 Suzuki DR200SE

The 2007 MY DR200SE is a low maintenance 4-stroke dual-sport bike which can serve as an agile urban commuter, adventure companion for wilderness explorations, trail fun and even longer trips around the city. Engineered for the street, the DR200SE is not afraid to tackle off-road sections, as it is equipped with moderate knobbies form the factory and its suspensions can take a beating.

Light thanks to the air cooling design, the DR200SE is nimble and slender and will streak effortlessly streak through the urban clutter. For beginning riders and seasoned ones in search of an economical commuter or weekend fun machine, the DR200SE is a very decent, affordable choice.

2008 Suzuki DR200SE

2008 Suzuki DR200SE 2008 Suzuki DR200SE

The 2008 MY DR200SE is one of the benchmarks of the small-displacement segment. Street-legal and trail-worthy, the DR200SE is a good choice for new riders looking forward to build up experience, and it is in fact being used by a lot of riding schools because of its ease of use, tough build and rewarding character.

This bike is a do-it-all machine which can tackle bot urban jungle and wet muddy trails, while being fun to ride in almost any scenario as long ad you don't plan a trip around the world.

2009 Suzuki DR200SE

2009 Suzuki DR200SE

The smalles member of the road going DR family, the 2009 MY DR200SE is a light, air-cooled bike which can literally go anywhere. it is easy to master and is a great first step into the two-wheeled world for new riders. Punchy yet non-intimidating, the DR200SE can do city slicing and off-road, commuting and even longer hauls with ease.

Dual sport tires make sure you'll have a firm contact with the ground on both asphalt and gravel, while the suspensions received and all-rounder setup for excellent compliance. Small yet packing a lot of new technology, the 2009 MY DR200SE is a really amazing machine for those who want to get a fuller taste of what motorcycling is about or those in search of an economical fun commuter.

2010 Suzuki DR200SE

2010 Suzuki DR200SE 2010 Suzuki DR200SE

The 2010 MY Suzuki DR200SE is the perfect choice for people in search of a small-displacement do-it-all bike. Basically a small off-road thumper with street-legal amenities, the DR200SE is eager to show you how much can it do. On both street and trail, you'll be thankful for its long-travel firm suspension, grippy dual-sport tires, tough-as-nails build and terrainabiliy. However, it will also feel at home in the urban traffic, and will add a new, fun dimension to your commuting. This slender agile bike will effortlessly streak through busy traffic and get you to your destination faster.

2011 Suzuki DR200SE

2011 Suzuki DR200SE 2011 Suzuki DR200SE

The DR200SE is a true small-displacement all-rounder which can be used by new riders and seasoned ones alike, as it has something to offer for everyone. As a beginner bike, the 2011 MY DR200SE is tamed, predictable and reassuring, but it can also be a bit evil when ridden hard by an experienced motorcyclist.

Lightweight and built like a tank, the DR200SE can take a lot of abuse and will effortlessly switch form asphalt to dirt and back, thanks to its versatile suspensions and dual sport tires. Commuting and longer rides outside the city are both natural elements for the 2011 MY DR200SE.

2012 Suzuki DR200SE

2012 Suzuki DR200SE

For 2012, Suzuki hasn't planned any major changes, so you're putting your money on a very neat dual-sport all-rounder, a bike which will effortlessly pass from asphalt to dirt and back on the road. Smartly-tweaked suspensions and strong wheels shod with dual-sport tires are just the right equipment for this bike.

The DR200SE is a bike which can be ridden by beginners and seasoned riders alike, as it is built like tank and can be a fun weekend machine, a daily commuter and even your trusted partner for wilderness explorations.

2013 Suzuki DR200SE

2013 Suzuki DR200SE

The DR200SE is not only a great bike for first-time riders, but a very practical dual-sport machine for the whole family. To make things even better, Suzuki made it road-legal so you can actually use it in any place, for commuting and fun in the wilderness alike. Small and lightweight, built like a tank and easy to handle, the 2013 MY DR200SE is agile and crisp, and can also take some beating.

The air-cooled thumper is mated to a 5-speed transmission and rolls on long-travel suspensions for a smooth ride no matter the surface. And with dual-sport tires, the DR200SE is really ready to tackle almost anything, while not leaving a burning hole in your wallet.

2014 Suzuki DR200SE

2014 Suzuki DR200SE 2014 Suzuki DR200SE

Small bikes can sometimes offer big adventures, and the 2014 MY DR200SE is such a machine. Small, yet comfortable, lightweight but built like a tank, and most of all, exceedingly practical, the DR200SE is a great beginner bike, but it it can also be a fun vehicle for the whole family. Its off-road DNA shines through the street-legal guise and the DR200SE will effortlessly take on the paths in the woods if you feel like exploring the wilderness.

Perfect for city rides and still decent for longer hauls, the DR200SE is an economical commuter and can make the road to work really fun.

2015 Suzuki DR200SE

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A very fun bike for both entry-point riders and seasoned ones, the 2015 MY DR200SE retains the character that caused so many customers to appreciate it. Manageable and non-intimidating, the DR200SE is however, punchy enough to offer a blasting experience both in the urban environment and in the wilderness. Sharing the true dual-sport nature of its bigger siblings, the DR200SE passes effortlessly between asphalt and dirt, thanks to big wheels, dual-sport tires, compliant suspensions and excellent maneuverability even on rough terrain.

Affordable, easy to maintain and fun to ride, this can be a great first bike or an excellent excuse to leave home each weekend.

2017 Suzuki DR200S

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The 2017 Suzuki DR200S is the affordable motorcycle that can tackle a dirt trail or be a street commuter that gets 88MPG with its reliable 199cc engine complete with push-button electric-starting, telescopic front forks, a 3.3 gallon tank, and abundant torque. This makes the DR200S is the intelligent choice for trail enthusiasts and commuters alike. With sharp, competition-like styling, bright yellow or black bodywork with distinctive graphics, and a reasonable 33.3 inch seat height, this 278 pound cycle delivers the agile maneuverability and fun Suzuki is known for.

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