The Suzuki Intruder that I've borrowed while I'm on my Ls has a nasty little secret that the dealer never mentioned. In cold weather the engine has a tendency to stop running at low revs, not just when you first start it but even after you've been riding for a while. The bike's owner went into the dealership where he bought the bike because this engine cut out was concerning him. The dealer said it's a common problem with the Intruder because Suzuki in Japan decided that Australia wasn't a cold climate so there was no need to install a carburettor heater. Funnily enough, the dealer didn't feel the need to mention this common problem at sale time. The dealer is now going to fit a carby heater as a warranty job so the problem should go away, but I'm at a loss to explain why on earth the dealer wouldn't have done this before he delivered the bike. Hopefully this will mean no more unexplained cut outs at intersections and when parking the bike. If you're considering this little cruiser as a bike to learn on and you live anywhere that it gets cold in the morning I'd recommend you discuss this problem with the dealer before you roll it out of the dealership.