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Suzuki Bandit is not just a bike; it’s a winner on the road. If you have an urge of victory on the road, there cannot be a better road companion than Suzuki Bandit. Suzuki Bandit sets a new trend in the heavy bikes with its performance, advanced specifications and disk brakes. The substantial body of Suzuki Bandit proves the durability factor with every sport feel you need. A 4 stroke DOHC engine with 16 valves ensures winning performance on the racing track. The balanced suspension system at front and back provides a smooth ride with crisp handling. Enthralling design with eye-catching graphics and a powerful shock absorber: Suzuki Bandit offers you to experience a new, fun-filled ride.


  • LCD speedometer
  • Wind screen
  • Alloy Wheels
  • Tubeless tyres
  • ABS braking system
  • DOHC Engine
  • Analog Clock
  • chrome silencer
  • Stylish indicators
  • Fuel Indicators
Suzuki Bandit Specifications
Engine 4- Stroke DOHC 4 Cylinder; Air Cooled
Displacement 656 cc
Bore & Stroke 65.5 x 48.7 mm
Compression Ratio 11.5:1
Clutch Wet Type Multi-Plate
Transmission 6-speed
Starting Electric Start
Frame Semi Double Cradle
Dimension (Lxwxh) 2145
Ground Clearance 135 mm
Petrol Capacity 19 L
Tyre at Front 4.7 - 17
Tyre at Back 6.3 - 17
Dry Weight 218 KG
Ride Quality & Brakes

The Bandit got its last major frame and suspension update in 2007. According to Suzuki it is 10% stiffer than previously with larger diameter frame tubes. Suspension has been played around with on the Suzuki GSF650 Bandit, giving stiffer rear shock but slightly softer front end. The swing arm also increased in length. OK, it’s not on par with a sports bike but the Suzuki GSF650 Bandit is more than enough for 99% of riders – very forgiving. The riding position is every bit junior toured, it’s undoubtedly good at doing distance and the screen does a good job of taking the windblast off your shoulders.


The Suzuki GSF650 Bandit’s engine evolved in 2007 into a 650 with ever stricter emissions laws putting pay to the old GSX-R600-derived air/oil-cooled motor and gaining more torque and a touch more power at 84bhp. It was out with the crabs and in with the all-new fuel injection, it’s also now water-cooled. Peak power is up and there is great amount of torque. The motor is creamy smooth from idle and revs quickly and cleanly letting you tear up to 12,000rpm if you feel that way inclined, though many owners never will. And in fact it’s much better to sit back and shift about 11,000rpm when it feels like the power has dropped off.

Build Quality and Reliability

Not much goes wrong with the 650 Bandit. The engine’s solid; the cycle parts simple and the build quality aren’t bad either. Instead, as a popular budget machine, condition is everything. The classifieds are full of used and abused Bandits that have either been dropped or neglected by novices or caned and crashed by hooligans.

I.R 10.96%


Rs 1,450,000
Make Suzuki Bandit
Model GSF650
Body 2 wheel
Mileage 20
Fuel type Petrol
Engine 650cc
Year 2018
Transmission Manual
Drive RWD
Fuel economy KM/LITER
Vin SBBGSF65035
city mpg
hwy mpg
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