Suzuki GS400 Gallery

Year
Bike
Picture
Description
1976
1976 suzuki gs400
suzuki gs400 1976
air cooled, four stroke, parallel twin cylinders, dohc, 2 valve per cylinder.
1977
1977 suzuki gs400
suzuki gs400 1977
1977
Suzuki GS400
GS400
1978
1978 suzuki gs400 e
suzuki gs400 e 1978
in the past, the suzuki created a negative first impression in the area of overall fit and feel: the suzuki seat—on the 1977 gs400—burned a hole in the average backside within 50 miles. however, for 1978, suzuki is replacing the seats on the entire gs line; the gs550 and 750 have shared the same ailment. on the positive side, the handlebar position is good and suzuki's sportier seating position directs the rider's feet up and back. the bike also has nice soft grips. and, in noticing details, we recommend some practice in using the kill switch: its roller action is inferior to a flip switch design.
1980
Suzuki GS400S
Suzuki GS400S
1984
1984-86 suzuki gs400 s
86 suzuki gs400 s 1984
air/oil cooled, four stroke, parallel twin cylinder, dohc, 4 valves per cylinder.
1991
1991 suzuki gs400 e
suzuki gs400 e 1991