Suzuki Bandit 1250 has designed it to stand between the category of full fairing bikes and naked machines. They have made sure that everything on this bike makes it look proportionate. The front of the bike features a full size V-shaped headlight which houses in its edgy front fairing. Its clear lens indicators are also integrated in this front fairing. Suzuki Bandit 1250s has a very basic instrument console which features twin circular dials surrounded by chrome rings. The left dial houses an-analogue tachometer while the right dial features a LCD and other essential LED indicators. You will also notice the name of this bike on the top of its right dial. The LCD displays its digital speedometer, odometer, fuel gauge and trip meter. Suzuki Bandit 1250s comes with a 4-stroke, 4-cylinder 1255cc engine. The peak power production of this Liquid cooled engine is of 98bhp. This 16valve, DOHC engine generates a torque output of 110Nm which starts coming as early as 3750rpm. This engine is served with a six-speed manual gearbox. This gearbox has a gear shift pattern of one gear down and five gears up. Suzuki Bandit 1250s does some serious business in this department. The early torque availability is the most interesting thing about this engine. The bike follows your every command from the very first move and as a result of which the bike reaches 100km/hr from standstill in less than 4seconds. The low and mid-range of this bike is very powerful and that helps it to be an enthusiast. The gear ratios are not that short either as there is ample amount of torque in this bike. Considering the size of the engine, the Suzuki Bandit 1250 has a smooth and controllable power delivery. The suspension of the motorcycle has been optimised for comfort rather than handling and is equally usable in cities and on highways. The Bandit 1250SA is equipped with ABS and seat height adjustment for the step up seats among others. Suzuki Bandit 1250 competes BMW R1200, Aprilia Dorsoduro, Ducati Multistrada.