Rancon Motorbikes Ltd finally launched all-new Suzuki Gixxer & Suzuki Gixxer SF in Bangladesh. They launched the bikes through an online launching event through their Facebook Page.
Suzuki Gixxer & Gixxer SF now have Single Channel ABS, Fuel Injection & BS-VI engine. Gixxer will be the first bike in the 150-160 cc sports commuting segment which will feature the BS-VI engine in its class.
Some of the key features of Suzuki Gixxer & Suzuki Gixxer SF
- New LED Headlight.
- LED taillight
- Wider pillion seat.
- New Digital speedometer
- Rear tyre hugger
- Duel Disc as standard
- Sporty rear muffler
The engine is still the same 155 cc single cylinder air cooling engine which pumps out 13.4 BHP @ 8000 RPM & 13.8 NM of Torque @ 6000 RPM. This engine is BS6 compliance and will be available with Fuel Injection & single-channel ABS
The brakes, suspensions, chassis are as the same as the old Suzuki Gixxer. Both the variants now come with 12 liters fuel tank. The weight of the bikes has gone up; Gixxer will weigh 141 kg while Gixxer SF will weigh 148 kg.
If you still want to stick with the carburetor engine then Suzuki is also offering the same looks & almost features with a carburetor engine. This carburetor air cooling engine produce 14.6 BHP @ 8000 RPM & 14 NM of Torque @ 6000 RPM. The carburetor version will be available with dual disc brake but no ABS. The rest of the features will remain the same.
Suzuki is offering 2 variants on each of the models on their bikes. Here are the price tags of all the variants of the Gixxer Series.
|Suzuki Gixxer (Carburator )||2,19,950 BDT|
|Suzuki Gixxer (FI ABS)||2,39,950 BDT|
|Suzuki Gixxer SF (Carburator)||2,59,950 BDT|
|Suzuki Gixxer SF (FI ABS)||2,79,950 BDT|
The new Suzuki Gixxer & Gixxer SF will be available across all Suzuki authorized dealer in Bangladesh from 1st July 2020. Motorcycle will become a huge part of our daily needs during the COVID 19 situation for the people who are trying to avoid public transport & here is your chance to own one of the fastest 150-160 cc sports commuter motorcycles in Bangladesh.