2019 Suzuki Gixxer SF Prices Revealed
The refreshed Suzuki Gixxer 155 SF will be launched tomorrow and will be the first update for the bike.
- Will be priced at an incremental premium over the current bike on sale.
- Features like LED headlamps and clip-on handlebars will make its way here.
- Will chug on with the same 155cc motor albeit with more power.
It is known news that Suzuki will be launching the refreshed Gixxer 155 SF tomorrow. While many of you have been eagerly awaiting for the upcoming motorcycle, we have one key update for you. Yes, that’s the price. According to our sources, the refreshed bike will be priced at a premium of Rs 5000 more than the current one which retails from Rs 99,304 to Rs 1.03 lakh ex-showroom, Delhi. Read on to know what all updates you can expect from the refreshed bike.
The Gixxer will feature a refreshed styling to keep it more in times. It will also sport a LED headlamp for more visual bling and better illumination in the night. But that’s not all. The refreshed bike will also feature a clip-on handlebar for a more sportier riding position as well. It might also get a revised digital instrument console.
Coming to the mechanical bits, the Gixxer SF 155 is likely to chug on with the current 155cc single cylinder, SOHC motor albeit with a bit more power. It remains to be seen if the motor will be upgraded to BS6 norms and if done so, the Gixxer will bag the crown as the first BS6 compliant motorcycle in India. The chassis and suspension also remain identical to the current bike. So you get the same diamond type frame albeit with telescopic forks at front and a monoshock at the rear. It also gets a single-channel ABS, just like the current bike.
While a premium of Rs 5,000 might not sound a lot, the amount of updates considering the small incremental does seem mouth watering. It must also be mentioned that its bigger brother, the Gixxer SF 250 will also be launched next and will be the first 250cc Suzuki bike to be built in India. So stay tuned to BikeDekho for the first ride review of both the motorcycles.
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