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2015 Suzuki Bandit 1250S

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Suzuki Motor Corporation presents its latest iteration of the Bandit sport-tourer.

The Bandit 1250S has won the respect and admiration of riders across Australia with its unmatched quality, wide power spread, and exceptional balance of performance, technology and style.

With a big-bore, 1,255cc, liquid-cooled, fuel-injected engine, a six-speed transmission, comfortable riding position and large 19-litre fuel tank, the Bandit performs effortlessly as a weekend sports-tourer or a daily ride.

The 2015 Bandit 1250S refines its styling with a newly designed sculpted half-fairing that wraps around the radiator sides and is vented just below the headlight. In addition to sharpening the Bandit's look, the fairing improves aerodynamics providing riders with great wind protection and riding comfort.

ABS braking is taken care of with full floating 310mm-diameter dual front brake discs with Tokico 4-piston calipers, and a 240mm-diameter rear disc brake with a Nissin single-piston caliper.

The height of the comfortably contoured seat can be adjusted up or down 20mm by removing, flipping over and re-installing clever mounting spacers between the seat and the frame seat rails.

The Bandit 1250S has a Showa single rear shock that works with a progressive, rising-rate link system designed to respond smoothly to road irregularities. The Rear shock absorber rebound damping and spring preload are adjustable. Up front features 43mm conventional forks offering spring preload adjustment.

The convenient pillion grab bar incorporates hooks on either side of its base that are practicable for the use of soft luggage on long rides.

A convenient centre stand is standard equipment, allowing for ease of maintenance and more secure parking.

Backed by Suzuki's two-year, unlimited-kilometre warranty, the 2015 Bandit 1250S will be available in late autumn 2015, with pricing and colours announced closer to the release.

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