The DR-Z400SM puts a supermoto spin on the popular middleweight dual sport DR-Z400S. The DR-Z400SM is primarily suited for riding (and racing) on the paved surfaces, but has an off-roader’s character with its lightweight handling and slim design. This DR-Z has done away with knobby tires for a slicker Dunlop D208, but that isn’t the only difference. Suzuki relays that other key differences between its DR-Zs include the SM’s inverted fork, wide, spoked rims, and 300mm-diameter floating front brake rotor. The SM’s five-speed transmission works with a 398cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine.