The Suzuki Gixxer SF, the fully faired version of the 155cc Gixxer 155, launch event is underway in the National Capital and we are covering the event live to get you all the latest updates.
In case you missed out on our earlier reports, cosmetically, the Gixxer SF will receive an aerodynamic fairing. The motorcycle will be available in three colour options: white, black and blue and dealers have already started accepting the bookings for this new motorcycle.
The Gixxer SF receives the same power plant that is found on the Gixxer 155. The 154.9cc single-cylinder, air-cooled, 2-valve engine churns out 14.8 PS of power at 8000 RPM and 14 Nm of torque at 6000 RPM and comes mated to a 5-speed gearbox. Suzuki claims that the SEP technology enables the Gixxer SF to deliver great power without compromising fuel economy.
Suspension duties would be carried by a telescopic shock absorber at the front and a 7-step adjustable rear mono shock absorber at the rear.
Stay tuned to this page for more updates from the launch event.
Prices Revealed! Suzuki has priced the new Gixxer SF at Rs 83,889 (ex-showroom Delhi). The Japanese two-wheeler major has developed the Gixxer SF’s fairing in the same wind tunnel that is used for the GSX-R and MotoGP machines. The motorcycle tips the weighing scale at 139 kilograms, four kilograms more than the Gixxer 155.
Dimensionally, the Gixxer SF will remain similar to the Gixxer 155 except for the overall height. The Gixxer SF is 1,085 mm tall whereas the Gixxer 155 stands at 1,030 mm. The lenghth, width, wheelbase and ground clearance are identical to the Gixxer 155 and measure at 2,050 mm, 785 mm, 1,330 mm and 160 mm respectively. The fuel tank capacity, at 12 litre, is also identical to the Gixxer 155.
The motorcycle will be available in three colours: Pearl Mirage White, Glass Sparkle Black and Metallic Triton Blue. Metallic Triton Blue is a special edition that has been introduced to celebrates Suzuki’s return to MotoGP racing this year. The special edition will receive a Suzuki logo that runs through the tank, all the way to the fairing.