2019 Suzuki Gixxer: Photo Gallery
The 2019 Gixxer is here with new looks, new features and a future-proof engine.
Japanese bike maker Suzuki has launched the 2019 iteration of its entry-level naked motorcycle, the Gixxer. Priced at Rs 1 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi), the new model is around Rs 11,000 more expensive than the model it replaces. So, what do you get for the extra amount that Suzuki is asking for? Here’s a detailed image gallery, which should answer all your queries.
The Suzuki Gixxer got its first major update since it’s launch in 2014. Just like the new Gixxer SF, the naked variant has received an all-new design language.
The new tank extensions do increase the visual appeal of the new Gixxer, giving it a much sharper look compared to the previous-gen motorcycle.
It features a new LED headlamp, which replaces the old halogen unit seen on the previous-gen motorcycle.
Speaking of new features, the 2019 Gixxer is equipped with the same instrument cluster as seen on the updated Gixxer SF which displays useful information such as speedometer, odometer, dual tripmeters, fuel level, gear position indicator and others.
At 12-litres, the fuel tank capacity on the new Gixxer is exactly the same as the older model.
The single-piece seat has been replaced with a split-seat unit for an added dose of sportiness.
The tail-section has been redesigned as well and now, it looks similar to the 2019 Gixxer SF.
One of the biggest changes on the 2019 Gixxer is the engine, which is now fuel-injected. The 155cc single-cylinder mill is the same as the new Gixxer SF and churns out 14.1PS of power and 14Nm, paired to a 5-speed transmission.
In terms of dimensions, the new Gixxer is 30mm shorter, 15mm wider and 5mm taller than the outgoing model. Additionally, you’ll sit 15mm higher from the ground compared to the older model. Compared to the previous model, the 2019 Gixxer is 4kg heavier, at 140kg.
Suspension components are the same as its predecessor - telescopic fork at the front and monoshock at the rear.
The disc brake setup along with a single-channel ABS has been retained as well and so is the radial tyre at the back.