Suzuki Intruder M1800R is a low-stance cruiser bike which looks heavily chromed. Its round shaped headlight and streamlined headlight cover forms the face of this bike. The bike features orange colored side indicators around its headlight. The long chrome front forks make it look appealing with its stylish alloy wheels, short front fender and huge disc plates. On the top of its headlight, it features naked instrument console and rear view mirrors which are mounted on its chrome handlebar. Sideways, you will notice a stretched out fuel tank which ends just ahead of its rider seat. Suzuki Intruder M1800R runs on a four-stroke, V-twin 1783cc engine. This liquid cooled, DOHC engine churns out a power output of 127 bhp @ 6200 rpm. The torque production of this twin-cylinder is of 160 Nm which is accessible @ 3200 rpm. Suzuki Intruder M1800R picks up really well and offers instant throttle response. To keep it on the faster side, Suzuki has used a five speed gearbox with short gear ratios. The 160Nm of heavy torque starts coming as early as 3200rpm which means very less gear shifts to maintain the momentum at slow speeds. However on highways, you sense the need of sixth gear. Despite being on the heavier side, it does 0-100km/hr in less than 6 seconds. The throttle response prompts you to rev this bike hard which is truly enjoy-full on highways. It can easily cruise at the speed of 150km/hr without any vibrations. Almost no storage space in Suzuki Intruder M1800R however it features broad tyres and bright headlight for your safety. Suzuki Intruder M1800R has front and rear tyre size of this bike is 130/70R18 and 240/40R18 respectively. This bike is only available in one variant and two shades which are black and Red. Suzuki Intruder M1800R competes with the Triumph Storm, Harley-Davidson Fat Boy and Honda VT 1200CX.