Suzuki Gixxer Review

The Suzuki Gixxer is a 155 cc motorbike manufactured by a renowned two wheeler manufacturing company Suzuki. Introduced in the year 2014, the Gixxer is built on the platform of GSX S1000.

The Gixxer’s headlight is featured in a triangular shaped housing which looks sharper from the side view. The fuel tank also looks muscular and the extensions give it a sporty look. The bike also possesses a single seat, however, it is raised up at the rear part.

Furthermore, the Gixxer has got the length of 2050 mm and is 1030 mm tall. The motorbike has got the wideness of 785 mm and the bike also weighs 135 kg. The front wheel, further, maintains the gap of 1330 mm from the rear wheel and the bike is 160 mm far from the ground.

Also, Suzuki has powered the motorbike is powered with 4 stroke, single cylinder, air cooled 154.9 cc engine which is capable of producing maximum power of 14 bhp and maximum torque of 14 Nm. Besides, the motorbike is equipped with telescopic fork front suspension and swing arm, mono suspension at the rear.

Moreover, Suzuki has been exporting four variants [normal, dual tone single disk, dual tone dual disk and SP (Special Edition)] of the Gixxer in Nepal under the dealership of V.G. Suzuki.

Price in Nepal: Rs. 2,46,900 to Rs. 2,62,900

Dimension:

 Body Type

 Naked

 Weight

 135 kg

 Length

 2050 mm

 Height

 1030 mm
 Width
 785 mm

 Wheelbase

 1330 mm

 Ground Clearance

 160 mm

 

Engine:

 Fuel

 12 liters

 Engine Type

 4 Stroke, Single Cylinder, Air Cooled

 Maximum Power

 14 bhp

 Maximum Torque

 14 Nm

 Displacement

 154.9 cc

 Box X Stroke

 56 x 63 mm

 Starting System

 Electric/Kick

 Final Drive

 NA

 

Suspension:

 Front Suspension

 Telescopic Fork

 Rear Suspension

 Swing Arm, Mono Suspension

 Front Tyre

 100/80-17

Rear Tyre

 140/60 R-17

 

Brakes:

 Front Brake

 Disc

 Rear Brake

 Drum

 

Transmission:

 Transmission

 Manual

 No. of Gears

 5

 Clutch

 Wet Multi-plate

 

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