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|03-03-2015, 12:20 PM||#1|
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Suzuki Bandit 1250 UK price announced
However you look at it thats quite a lot of bike for the money
SUZUKI’S returning Bandit 1250 will cost £7,299 plus on-the-road charges, the firm announced this afternoon.
The Bandit 1250, which was last in Suzuki’s UK line-up in 2012, gets minor updates including a re-designed fairing, claimed to offer better weather protection.
The 1255cc in-line four will be in showrooms from March 16.
Suzuki said in a release: ‘The Bandit, which uses Suzuki's proven 1255cc inline four cylinder engine famed for its low down torque and smooth power delivery through the rev range, is highly regarded for its usability and versatility. Now an iconic name in motorcycling, the Bandit has found fame with those looking for a capable tourer, comfortable commuter, and weekend toy; the Bandit ticks all the boxes.’
Suzuki GB Marketing Manager Rob Cooper added: ‘Since the original 600 arrived in the UK, the Bandit name is one of the most recognisable in motorcycling, rivalling even our own GSX-R range for popularity. We're delighted to be bringing it back for 2015 and to be doing so at an incredibly competitive price. We know what Bandit means to our customers, and are very confident owners will enjoy the updated one as much as they have the previous versions.’
Bandit is back
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