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@Ankita Katdare • 27 Jan, 2014 • 1 like
Suzuki Motorcycle India Limited, the Indian subsidiary of Suzuki Motor Corporation, Japan has launched a new premium 150cc bike with Suzuki Gixxer - a motorcycle that is targeted at the young India. Set to go on sale by July 2014, the Suzuki Gixxer is a flagship bike packed with performance, economy and stylish looks. Powered by 4-stroke, 1-cylinder, air-cooled, SOHC engine designed and developed by Suzuki's engineers famous for bringing the popular GSX-R series, the Suzuki Gixxer is here to compete with the likes of Honda CB Trigger and Hero Hunk. The fuel system on this one is a carburettor instead of the fuel injection. Another premium feature of the bike is the new engine technology called SEP or Suzuki Eco Performance that increases performance while conserving the precious fuel

Speaking about the engine, Suzuki says that this engine delivers exceptional running performance, with broader low-end torque and dynamic mid-range power, delivering strong acceleration. The Suzuki Gixxer features a 5-speed transmission, a telescopic front suspension and mono shock, swingram type rear suspension. It has front disc brakes and drum rear brakes. To be made available in five colours, the Gixxer uses better tyres - 100/80 at the front and 140/60 section at the rear.

According to the company officials, Suzuki Gixxer is their step forward in bringing products that cater to every price point for Indian customers and this motorcycle would be evocative of the Suzuki legacy of value packed products. Alongside the bike the company has also launched a 110cc scooter called 'Lets'. Again available in 5 colors, Let's scooter delivers 63 kmpl under the company's test conditions and brings riding comfort as well as driving convenience.

How do you like the features of the Suzuki Gixxer bike? The price is expected to be between Rs. 70K to 75K. More on this as we get our hands on the detailed specs. Till then, let us know your thoughts in comments below.
@Shrikant Bedekar • 28 Jan, 2014 Suzuki is stepping up the game with back to back launches. First Inazuma and now Gixxer. Both are powerful bikes in their segments and are sure to give a tough competition to Yamaha, Hero, Honda, Bajaj. But the one question remains is whether public will respond to these bikes and is the Indian customer ready to move on to something new and is his infatuation with the likes of Pulsar, Karizma and now even Royal Enfield really over?

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