Suzuki Intruder M800 is not completely new as it borrows most of the styling bits from its elder sibling. Suzuki has kept the basic design and style of this bike similar to the bigger Intruder. M800 is also heavily chromed and looks like a full size cruiser bike. If you look it closely then you can notice the visual differences. Its sharp front fender is extended downwards along with its front forks. The headlight and orange colored indicators are carried over from its elder sibling. Suzuki has redesigned the front cowl which lacks a visor and sports a naked chrome finished instrument console. Other stuff like its chrome finished rear view mirrors and hand levers add premium touch to this bike. Suzuki Intruder M800 has a completely new instrument console. It has a combined analogue digital instrument console which is placed on the regular position. It has an analogue speedometer while it feature an orange colored LCD for its digital fuel gauge, odometer and trip-meter. All essential LED indicators are placed on its fuel tank though it lacks a much needed tachometer. Suzuki Intruder M800 is powered by a small 4-stroke, 2-cylinder 805cc engine. It's also a V-twin engine which churns out a power output of 50 bhp at 6500 rpm. Similar to elder sibling, this bike is also equipped with a five speed manual gearbox. Suzuki Intruder M800 certainly feels lighter than its elder sibling and it's easy to handle this bike in city traffic. The steer response is quite positive from this bike and that makes it a good highway cruiser. The slow speed stability of this bike is impressive and it needs less effort while turning. It has a wheelbase of 1665mm which makes it stable around corners and its wide tyres further enhance the road grip. Suzuki Intruder M800 has front and rear tyre sizes are 130/90R16 and 170/80R15 respectively. The bike is available in two shades for the Indian market-metallic alba blue and sparkle black.