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Suzuki A95 brochures & adverts

I have put some Suzuki A 95 brochures and adverts on this page. I would be grateful of any contributions — sales brochures, magazine ads, magazine articles, pictures, specs, facts, corrections etc. Please scan the material in JPEG format (large enough that all the details are visible) and send them to me. Please tell me the source and the publication date if possible. If you send me pictures of your own bike, please follow these instructions.

Suzuki 1969More Suzuki models from 1969

Suzuki A-95 advert

1969 A95 magazine advert (Tekniikan Maailma 9/1969). Click to enlarge.
I found this ad in a Finnish Tekniikan Maailma magazine. According to the advertisement the A95 was the most superior bike in its class, a complete sporty bike with high-tech mechanical solutions. The new Posi-Force lubrication system was praised, as well as the TT racing styled seat and fuel tank and the bike's extremely light weight.

The specs mentioned in the ad:
Lubrications system: Posi-Force with separate oil tank
Weight: 70 kg
Maximum speed: 95 km/h
Maximum power output: 7,5 hp @ 7.500 rpm
Cylinder volume: 69 cc
Bore x stroke: 46 x 42 mm
Maximum torque: 0,8 kpm/ 6 000 rpm
Compression ratio: 7:1
Transmission: 4 speeds
Fuel tank: 5 liter
Recommended retail price: 1.395 FIM

1969 Suzuki Sweden, ad
1969 Suzuki magazine ad from Sweden. Click to enlarge. The 50cc M12S, the 70cc A95 (here only called ”the light motorcycle”), the 250cc T20 and the 500cc T500 shows that Suzuki have bikes for ”all classes”. Six months warranty. Published in MC-Nytt (Sweden), December 1968.

Suzuki 1970More Suzuki models from 1970

Suzuki A 95 70 advert, Finland

1970 A95 magazine advert from Finland. Click to enlarge.
Published in Tekniikan Maailma, April 1970. According to the advertisement A95 was the best selling Japanese bike in Finland. Actually there were only three Suzuki models available in the country in 1970: Suzuki A95 (1 430 FIM) , Suzuki T125-II (2 390 FIM) and Suzuki T250-II (3 495 FIM).
I haven't found information about the A95 anywhere else in the world, I wonder if it was a special model, available only in Finland and Sweden? The model name also puzzles me a bit, A70 would be a more suitable name because of the 69cc engine.
There was an article published in Tekniikan Maailma 5/1969 about the model, perhaps it could give some answers. Unfortunately I don't have that issue. Anyone?
Notice the enormous mud flap hanging behind the rear wheel, required in Finland back then.

Some specs, published in Tekniikan Maailma 9/1970:
Model: A95 70
Engine type: two-stroke, single cylinder
Bore x stroke: 46 x 42 mm
Cylinder displacement: 69 cc
Compression ratio: 7:1
Maximum power output: 7,5 hp @ 7.500 rpm
Carburetor: Amal VM15CC
Transmission: 4 speeds
Front tyre dimension: 2.25-17
Rear tyre dimension: 2.25-17
Weight: 70 kg (154 lbs)
Maximum speed: 95 km/h
Retail price: 1 430 FIM
Importer: Bensow Oy

Suzuki A95 brochure, Finland '70
1970 A95 sales brochure from Finland. Click to enlarge.
This scan was sent to me by Markku Nissilä from Finland. He scanned the whole 1970 Suzuki lineup brochure for me to publish on my site. You can see the whole brochure here. In 1970, there were only three Suzuki motorcycle models available in Finland (as mentioned in the magazine ad above).

Suzuki 1971More Suzuki models from 1971

Suzuki lineup Finland '71 Suzuki lineup Finland '71

1971 A95 sales brochure from Finland. Click to enlarge. These scans was sent to me by Markku Nissilä from Finland. He scanned the whole 1971 Suzuki lineup brochure for me to publish on my site. You can see the whole brochure here.

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Sources: Tekniikan Maailma, Markku Nissilä

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