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Sunraysia Daily Saturday, April 15, 2017
Suzuki DR200S now
SUZUKI Australia is excited to announce the
imminent arrival of its entry level off-road
model, the DR200S, now fully road registrable
Australia wide for MY17.
The perfect stepping stone for riders
progressing from a mini bike to an entry level
recreational trail bike, farmers looking for a
super reliable and proven registrable farm hand
or new riders keen to explore the fruits of what
spirited trail riding has to offer.
Powered by a 199cm3 single-cylinder air-
cooled four-stroke engine, that provides just
the right amount of torque and horsepower to
power your ride. And that ride can be a long one,
thanks to the DR200S’ efficient fuel economy of
The convenient push-button electric start
consistently fires up the bike up with ease,
making the need to kick-start a trail bike a thing
of the past.
Ride comfort is enhanced by the telescopic
front fork suspension and a preload adjustable
single rear shock absorber. This suspension
205mm of wheel travel both front and rear.
The front disc brake on the DR200S and
proven rear drum brake provide all the stopping
power and reliable braking performance you
Racy bodywork is inspired by the high-
performance championship-winning RM-Z series
and the low seat height of just 845mm ensures
that even riders shorter in stature will be able to
swing a leg over the saddle.
The MY17 Suzuki DR200S will be available
from dealerships this month, for a recommended
retail price of $6190 Ride Away in Champion
Yellow No. 2 and Solid Black colour schemes
and is backed by Suzuki’s 12-month, unlimited
For further information on the Suzuki
DR200S, interested customers can visit Deakin
Motorcycles LMCT 0011160 at 24-28 Deakin
Avenue, MIldura, phone 5022 7088.
*Recommended ride away price shown
includes 12 months registration, 12 months
compulsory third party insurance (CTP), a
maximum dealer delivery charge and stamp duty.
Safer roads, safer
cars, safer people
POLICE officers across Australia will be out in
force over the Easter long weekend but road
safety is not just their responsibility.
We owe it to ourselves and our loved ones to
accept responsibility for our own actions, every
time we get behind the wheel.
Last year over the Easter long weekend 8
people didn’t make it back home; the year
before 22 people.
This year let us aim for this to be zero.
As you plan the Easter road trip, try to factor
in mini breaks and actions you will take to have
a safe and enjoyable long weekend drive.
Road trauma is increasing in Australia. After
decades of improvements, a spike in recent
years demands action from us all.
By working together at a community level,
with our police, and at government level across
federal, state and local jurisdictions, we can do
better, and I’m determined see that happen.
The 2016 road deaths total was 1300. I don’t
accept that in 2017 another 1300 Australians
have to be added in addition to the tens of
thousands injured during the year.
Of course, governments need to provide safer
roads, police need to enforce laws, but it is
also about the decisions people make on the
road – whether it be speeding, answering the
phone, not taking a break, or taking a risk when
Drivers need to choose wisely, for
themselves, their loved ones and for others.
Darren Chester, MP,
Minister for Infrastructure and Transport
24-28 Deakin Ave, Mildura
Phone 5022 7088
Monday to Friday 9am - 5.30pm – Saturday 9am - 12noon
Servicing available on all small engines
*HondaDollars may be used in-store to purchase accessories, servicing or reduced purchase price. HondaDollars redeemable in-store not
redeemable for cash include GST. Available until 30/4/16. Only at participating Honda Dealers.
Offer ends April 30, 2017.
Photos for illustration purposes only.
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