Suzuki Bandit GSF 650 S Reviews
Product Type: Suzuki motorcycles
Newest Review: ... with the bike looks gorgeous, having much sharper lines than previous incarnations of the bandit. The seat is extremely ... more
Customer Suzuki Bandit GSF 650 S Reviews (2)
by - written on 23/04/09 (Useful, 1401 readings)
I have very recently passed my motorbike test, 2 weeks ago in fact. Since then I have been looking for a good, all round bike to ride around on and be proud of, and I think that I have found it with the Suzuki GSF650 s. To start with the bike looks gorgeous, having much sharper lines than previous incarnations of the bandit. The seat is extremely comfortable and I found that you can eat up the miles without any hint of a numb bum! The controls look and feel great, particularly the digital speedo, which also has a clock, a fuel gage and mileometer. The front brake lever is adjustable, however, the clutch lever isn't, and I found it a bit too far to stretch my ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/06/08 (Very useful, 4472 readings)
Suzuki only marketed the air-cooled GSF 650 Bandit in the UK for a couple of years before they dropped it in favour of the current (2008) liquid - cooled model that they had to move to in order to meet emissions regulations, so the subject of this review is the last of the air/oil cooled Bandits. It has four cylinders, four carburettors, a four-into-one exhaust system (in stainless steel, thankfully) and a six-speed gearbox. It has a radiator at the front where liquid cooled bikes have their radiators, but it is an oil cooler rather than for liquid coolant. There's nothing particularly trick about any of it and there's no doubt that it is built down to a price ... Read the complete review
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