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|64 Kmpl||115 Kmph||154.9 cc View All Specs||RsCheck now|
The Suzuki Gixxer has carved a niche for itself in the premium 150cc motorcycle space despite being late to the party. That’s because of its best-in-class handling, linear power delivery and powertrain. It neither looks as tall as the Hornet or as bulky as the FZ, but its athletic body clearly conveys its strengths
Suzuki has launched the much awaited 150cc motorcycle Gixxer, with the great hopes to revive themselves in the burgeoning Indian motorcycle market. The Gixxer is an all new motorcycle, and is comple...
The least priced variant is Suzuki Gixxer STD priced at Rs. 87,309 and the most priced variant is Suzuki Gixxer SP priced at Rs. 93,214.
|STD||154.9 cc, 64 Kmpl||Rs87,309|
|Dual Disc||154.9 cc, 64 Kmpl||Rs92,118|
|SP||154.9 cc, 64 Kmpl||Rs93,214|
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Here is what our experts feel about Gixxer 2018
Suzuki has launched the much awaited 150cc motorcycle Gixxer, with the great hopes to revive themselves in the burgeoning Indian motorcycle market. The Gixxer is an all new motorcycle, and is completely built from scratch without any carry-overs. Though Suzuki says that the Gixxer is inspired by the company's flagship superbike series, the GSX-R. The 150cc motorcycle looks rather promising as compared to the otherwise mild line-up of mass market motorcycles from Suzuki. Suzuki considers the Gixxer as their first step towards introducing better appealing and more desirable motorcycles from their stable.
The Suzuki Gixxer does look stylish, macho and fresh in the face of its competitors. The GSX-R influence can be directly seen in the front headlamp, well chiseled fuel tank, side profile and the rear tail lamp. The knee recesses on the motorcycle are well designed even for taller riders, with the seating posture fairly sporty with mildly rear set foot pegs. The split pillion grab rails at rear gel well with the rear body panels, making it feel like they are integrated within them. The instrument console is fully digital and features speedometer, odometer, two trip meters, clock, fuel gauge and gear indicator, apart from tell tale lights set on both sides of the screen.
The engine on the Suzuki Gixxer is an all new 4-stroke, air cooled, 154.9cc unit, which is healthy enough to churn out 14.4 PS of power and 13.4 Nm of torque. The engine is what a typical Suzuki motorcycle possesses – extremely refined with a meaty sound, which sounds even better from the 2-in-1 uniquely styled exhaust pipe on this motorcycle. The bike pulls clearly from the rest and has a chunky lower and mid-range power band, allowing the rider to zip off comfortably. The 5-speed gearbox has slick feel to it and well matched ratios for better flickability in city conditions.
The bike feels smooth foe both city as well as highway riding conditions, as the front 41 mm telescopic forks and rear monoshock are firmed up in a perfect balance. The brakes have the adequate bite too, with a front disc and rear drum setup on the bike. Though it is sad that Suzuki has decided not to give a rear disc on this bike even as an option. The tyres, front 100/80x17 and rear 140/60x17, have oodles of grip and perfect traction in them. The Suzuki Gixxer is available in five color options of Metallic Trition Blue, Metallic Oort Grey, Candy Antares Red, Glass Sparkle Black and Pearl Mirage White.
The Suzuki Gixxer comes out as an extremely well rounded package. It looks smashing in flesh, is loaded with equipment on board, has punchy performance, well sorted out ride quality and handling, and at 63.4 kmpl ARAI figure, it is pretty fuel efficient too. All these factors make the Suzuki Gixxer a winner for its manufacturer right from the word 'Go'. Now, all Suzuki needs to do it ramp up its after sales network and publicize this product rather well, considering the fact that its previous products, even after being well engineered, have been faded in the face of their respective competitors.
|Others||Rs 1,764 |
Temprory Registration Charges
|On Road||Rs 87,309|
|Others||Rs 1,119 |
|On Road||Rs 92,118|
|Others||Rs 1,119 |
|On Road||Rs 93,214|