Suzuki GSF600 Bandit

Suzuki GSF600 Bandit review

The Suzuki GSF600 Bandit is a legendary motorcycle. It is well-known among motorcyclists around the world. High reliability and reasonable price attracted more and more attention to it. The Suzuki GSF600 Bandit was so successful it spawned a whole class. Budget middleweight roadsters. The recipe is simple take one aging but acceptable supersport engine, bung it in a basic, straightforward roadster chassis and price it as keenly as possible. The first Bandits proved best sellers, great for novices and as all-rounders. Latest versions are now 650cc and there’s an all-new engine in 2006. All, including the half-faired versions are great value.

Suzuki GSF 600 Bandit

Suzuki's Bandit is long credited with having kicked off the now highly successful naked middleweight market and you can still see why it caught on. The motor is a proven reliable lump, coupled to a capable chassis and it's just a shame that Bandits do need to be looked after through the ravages of winter to avoid them disintegrating before your eyes. More specs and user manual of Suzuki GSF 600 Bandit you can see in next overview.

Suzuki GSF 600 Bandit

Suzuki GSF600 Bandit specifications

General information
Model: Suzuki GSF 600 Bandit
Year: 2000
Category: Allround

Engine and transmission
Displacement: 599ccm
Engine type: In-line 4
Stroke: 4
Power: 78 HP (56.9 kW)@10500RPM
Torque: 54Nm @ 9500 RPM
Starter: Electric
Cooling system: Air
Gearbox: 6-speed

Transmission type
final drive: Chain
Dry weight: 208kg
Seat height: 800mm (31.5 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting.
Wheelbase: 1430mm
Front brakes: Dual disc
Rear brakes: Single disc

Speed and acceleration
Top speed: 124.3mph
Power/weight ratio: 0.3750 HP/kg
Fuel capacity: 19 L

Suzuki GSF 600 Bandit
classic naked

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