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Suzuki Gixxer

75,040

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EMI Tenure Bank Interest % Installments EMI Total
12 Months 15% Rs. 15,000 Rs. 45,000
18 Months 15% Rs. 15,000 Rs. 45,000
24 Months 15% Rs. 15,000 Rs. 45,000
30 Months 15% Rs. 15,000 Rs. 45,000
36 Months 15% Rs. 15,000 Rs. 45,000
48 Months 15% Rs. 15,000 Rs. 45,000

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Age criteria

>= 21 Years

Other Charges

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Documentation Charges: 2.5%

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Performance
Power
14.6 bhp
@ 8000 rpm
Engine
155
cc
Mileage
45
kmpl
Torque
14 Nm
@ 6000 rpm
Pros
Stylish Design
Performance
Great handling
Cons
Brakes need more bite
Average quality of plastics

Suzuki Gixxer Features and Overview

The 2016 Suzuki Gixxer is the company’s latest offering in the 150cc category. Following in the footsteps of the iconic GSX-R series, the street sports bike comes with a 155cc engine.

The 2016 Suzuki Gixxer's mileage is about 65 kmpl. The bike comes in Metallic Triton Blue and Pearl Mirage White. The Suzuki Gixxer price as of January 2016 is Rs.71,730(ex-showroom, Delhi).

The Suzuki Gixxer is a ‘street sports bike’as claimed by the company and is based on the Japanese company’s platform of GSX-R range of two-wheelers. It boasts of a muscular fuel tank and an aggressive look. The seating posture is that of a regular commuter with an upright riding position, wide handlebars and middle set foot-pegs. The ride quality on the motorcycle is exceptional.

The Suzuki Gixxer employs an air cooled SOHC engine with a displacement of 155cc which produces 14.6 bhp at 8000 rpm and 14 Nm of torque at 6000 rpm. The engine is mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox.

The Suzuki Gixxer puts to use a telescopic suspension and a rear monoshock on the front and back ends respectively.

The Suzuki Gixxer utilizes a disc brake at the front and a drum brake at the rear.

With a powerful 155cc engine,the Suzuki Gixxer is apt for riders of all age groups looking to commute within the city on a daily basis, as well as long rides on the highway. Check out the Suzuki Gixxer review in the section below.

Suzuki Gixxer Tech Specifications

Engine
Displacement
155 cc
Good
Below Average

Displacement

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149 cc
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155 cc
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159.7 cc
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59.9 cc
Lowest
155 cc
Your Bike
2294 cc
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Engine Configuration
4-stroke, 1-cylinder, air-cooled, SOHC
Average
Cylinders
1
Great
Mileage
45 Kmpl
Below Average
Good

Mileage

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45 Kmpl
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45 Kmpl
Your Bike
74 Kmpl
The Best
8 Kmpl
Lowest
45 Kmpl
Your Bike
102 Kmpl
The Best
Peak Torque
14 Nm @ 6000 rpm
Good
Below Average

Peak Torque

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11.8 bhp
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14 bhp
Your Bike
15 bhp
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4.5 bhp
Lowest
14 bhp
Your Bike
221 bhp
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Peak Power
14.6 bhp @ 8000 rpm
Average
Below Average

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11.8 bhp
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14.6 bhp
Your Bike
17.58 bhp
The Best
3.5 bhp
Lowest
14.6 bhp
Your Bike
198 bhp
The Best
Ignition
Good
Transmission
5 Gears
Good
Bore X Stroke
56.0mm x 62.9 mm
Good
Compression Ratio
Good
Clutch Type
Wet, Multiplate
Good
Fuel Delivery System
Carburettor
Good
Starter Type
Electric Start
Good
Cooling System
Air Cooled
Good
Wheels & Brakes
Front Tyre
100/80-17-Tubeless
Good
Rear Tyre
140/60R-17-Tubeless
Average
Front Brake
Disc
Great
Rear Brake
Drum
Good
Wheel Type
NA
Good
Chassis & Suspension
Chassis Types
Single Downtube Diamond type
Good
Front Suspension
Telescopic
Average
Rear Suspension
Swing Arm, Mono Suspension
Great
Dimensions
Tank Capacity
12 Litres
Below Average
Average

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12 litres
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16 litres
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4 litres
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12 litres
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27 litres
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Wheel Base
1330 mm
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Average

Wheel Base

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1135 mm
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1363 mm
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1135 mm
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1330 mm
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1805 mm
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Length
2050 mm
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Average

Length

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2095 mm
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1750 mm
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2634 mm
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Height
1030 mm
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Average

Height

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1205 mm
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660 mm
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1593 mm
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Width
785 mm
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Width

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825 mm
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640 mm
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785 mm
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1030 mm
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Ground Clearance
160 mm
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190 mm
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100 mm
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160 mm
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318 mm
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Kerb Weight
135 Kg
Great

Kerb Weight

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149 Kg
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0 Kg
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82 Kg
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135 Kg
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480.8 Kg
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Suzuki Gixxer Technology

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Suzuki Gixxer Maintenance & Service

Evaluate Running Cost
Kms Done/Yr
Km
Mileage
Kmpl
Cost of Fuel
/litre
Service Cost
/year
Total Running Cost (Fuel + Service) / Year
15,622

Service Schedule

Service 1
Service 2
Service 3
Service 4
Service 5
Service 6
Kilometers
750-1000
Days From Last Service
30
Type Of Service
Free
Changes
Change Engine Oil, Oil Filter, Clean Spark Plug & Air Filter
Kilometers
3500-4000
Days From Last Service
90
Type Of Service
Free
Changes
Change Engine Oil, Clean Spark Plug & Air Filter
Kilometers
7500-8000
Days From Last Service
90
Type Of Service
Free
Changes
Change Engine Oil, Oil Filter, Spark Plug & Air Filter
Kilometers
7500-8000
Days From Last Service
90
Type Of Service
Free
Changes
Top up Engine oil, Clean Spark Plug & Air Filter
Kilometers
11500-12000
Days From Last Service
90
Type Of Service
Paid
Changes
Change Engine Oil, Oil Filter, Clean Spark Plug & Air Filter
Kilometers
11500-12000
Days From Last Service
90
Type Of Service
Paid
Changes
Top up Engine oil, Clean Spark Plug & Air Filter
The resale value of the Suzuki Gixxer in
after having been used for a period of years is

Suzuki Gixxer Reviews (1)

Jaichandran Jayapalan
E

The Suzuki Gixxer is the first new sub-160cc performance bike to be launched in a long time. This segment, where all the action was in the mid-to-late 2000s, seemed dull in the last couple of years, with no new noteworthy developments, and with the limelight shifting towards increasingly affordable large-displacement motorcycles. Suzuki though looks forward to break the monotony with the all-new Gixxer.  Can this bike rejuvenate the segment and infuse it with some excitement? We find out!

 

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Posted On 2 FEBRUARY, 2015
Jaichandran Jayapalan
E

The Suzuki Gixxer is the first new sub-160cc performance bike to be launched in a long time. This segment, where all the action was in the mid-to-late 2000s, seemed dull in the last couple of years, with no new noteworthy developments, and with the limelight shifting towards increasingly affordable large-displacement motorcycles. Suzuki though looks forward to break the monotony with the all-new Gixxer.  Can this bike rejuvenate the segment and infuse it with some excitement? We find out!

 

Read more)

Posted On 2 FEBRUARY, 2015