Go for the Suzuki and buy a set of off-road wheels and tyres., that way you get to play in the dirt which is great fun
. I know quite a few people who've taken their bike licence as a stepping stone to getting a car, all have ended up keeping the bike in addition to the car.
As a point point of interest, what do you intend using the bike for ? Super-motors tend to be sold as hooligan town bikes but their wide handlebars make it difficult to filter through traffic at rush hour, they usually have small fuel tanks limiting range and their narrow hard seats and lack of a fairing limit their cruising potential.
I've owned a dr and a Yamaha xt660 both as trail bikes and loved them both. Have you thought about the Yamaha xt660. It seemed to buck the trend in that it had a more reasonable range and was quite comfy. The only reason I don't have it now is because it was written off when som scumbags tried to steal it.