Suzuki unveiled a new Bandit 650 range at the Milan Show this week, with both the 650 and 650SA models receiving styling and practical updates, that bring a new sharp and dynamic look to the 2009 middleweight class.
With new edgy styling, the naked Bandit 650 is headlined by sleeker modern headlights, changing the face of the iconic Bandit. With newly styled mirrors, a slimmer tail light, new instrumentation, a black engine finish and newly shaped muffler ends, the Bandit 650 mixes proven reliability with great style.
For those that want added weather protection, the Bandit 650SA offers stylish practicality thanks to a newly designed fairing. Aerodynamically efficient, the new half fairing incorporates stacked high and low beam multi-reflector headlights, in a cowl that offers new storage bays on both sides, along with the styling updates of the naked 650.
Talking about the new models, Suzuki GB’s George Cheeseman commented, "The Bandit 650 range is very popular for us in the UK and so we welcome the news of updated versions for 2009. At the same time, I’m pleased to confirm that these models will make their UK debut at the NEC Motorcycle Show later this month."
For more information on the new Bandit 650 range, visit www.suzuki.co.uk
For more high resolution images, go to the download section at www.suzukipress.co.uk
For further press information contact Luke Plummer or Helen Morgan at the Suzuki GB Press Office (Motorcycles), Tel: 01296 680086 or 07725 956783.
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