Both Kawasaki and Suzuki versions of the 1600 have the same frame, suspension (air-adjustable in back and an upside-down fork up front), brakes, gas tanks, and other major components. Even some items that we thought would be changed to create a visual separation -- front fender, seat, wheels, mirrors, etc. -- are the same on both bikes. The Marauder, which as the largest-displacement bike in Suzuki's cruiser line-up becomes its defacto cruiser flagship, also gets some features -- such as the headlight not turning on until the engine starts and automatic neutral-finding -- that were previously exclusive to Kawasakis. Even the suggested price is the same no matter which dealer you walk into: $10,999.