Suzuki VS1400GLP Intruder Motorcycles Reviews (5)
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2006-12-29 1993 Suzuki VS1400GLP Intruder Dual Sport View Listings

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I purchased this bike used a few years ago. It's been a great bike. I have ridden in all kinds of weather conditions, and have ridden both short trips and long ones (700 plus miles). The bike is very torquey and has plenty of power. I love the power since I often take my daughter with me on rides. The seat for the rider is pretty comfortable but I have been considering a Mustang seat to increase my daughter's comfort. This particular year model is a four speed, so it is a little short legged. It has plenty of oomph on the highway but is cranking some rpms at highway speeds. The newer one have five speeds. The bike handles great for a cruiser. I am somewhat turned off by the way most cruisers today think heavier is better. I rode my friend's VTX 1800 and it was like driving a truck, just not that fun. However, my 1400 had good lean angle and is light by 1400 standards so it feels very nimble. I also have a 600 Yamaha in case I am feeling a little more sporty.
- LT, Roswell, Georgia

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2003-11-22 1992 Suzuki VS1400GLP Intruder Dual Sport View Listings

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I just purchased this 1992 Suzuki VS1400 Intruder after selling a 1990 Kawasaki 454 Ltd. Needless to say, the 454 Ltd had plenty of power for a bike it's size and could keep up with anyone else's bike that I rode with. As a matter of fact, if it had more room for a passenger I probably would not have sold it. But, I did and purchased a 1992 VS1400 Intruder to replace it. Similar styling, longer wheelbase, better seating and loads of stump pulling torque and horsepower. I LOVE THIS BIKE! Plenty of aftermarket accessories to make it "your personal ride". The only reason I am giving it 4 stars instead of 5 is simple... Only has a 4 speed transmission and really could use a 5 speed with taller gearing. But I still love it.
- David Lyles, Jonesboro, Georgia

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2002-09-23 1993 Suzuki VS1400GLP Intruder Dual Sport View Listings

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I own a 93. Its great. It is so dependable that I never think of "I Hope I make it". The bike starts on the first crank 99% of the time. It still has the original battery!!! All I've had to replace is the tires (I've got a 22 Yr old, hint, hint), brakes and oil. I did replace the plugs once. The only issue I've ever had was the plugs fouling on start up after a winter season sleep. I've been thinking of buying a new one due to the 5 speed gear box. Mine only has four and I've always felt like the bike was missing one.
- Ron, Brownstown, Michigan

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2000-07-10 1992 Suzuki VS1400GLP Intruder Dual Sport View Listings

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The styling is "funky", but cleans up well with the 800's 21" wheel and w/o the backrest. The bars are too narrow; the 2000's are supposed to be wider. Great torquer, but a bit buzzy at speed (75+ mph). The 200/70-15 Metz ME88 works, as does a Protac driver's backrest. Visit us at www.intruderalert.com!
- Master Ho, USA

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2000-06-26 1993 Suzuki VS1400GLP Intruder Dual Sport View Listings

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I have owned my Intruder since new. The bike has been very reliable and has cost me nothing in repairs. Now for the downside: The bike is very hard to work on, ie plugs, air filter. The seats must be pulled to get at these items. Also a good ride, 50 miles or more, on back roads can be quite hard on the butt.
- Bob Burns, Mt. Laurel, New Jersey

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