A closer look at the Gixxer SF’s unique new paint scheme in 9 detailed images.
The Gixxer SF received a complete overhaul for 2019, and Suzuki has now spiced things up with an all-new MotoGP-inspired livery. Here’s a look at the unique new paint scheme in 9 detailed images.
- While the livery isn’t a true replica, Suzuki has managed to retain the essence of its MotoGP counterpart.
- The brand logo runs across the front fairing and the tank, giving the bike a distinctive appeal, while the tyres feature neon yellow rim tapes.
- Neon yellow and white stickers can also be seen on the rear quarter panels and front fairing, which adds to the overall look of the bike.
- It retains the same split seat setup as seen on the standard Gixxer SF. That said, the seat height on the 2019 iteration has been set 15mm higher compared to the previous-gen model.
- Much like its elder sibling, the Gixxer SF features clip-on handlebars which when paired with the rear-set footpegs translates to a sportier riding posture.
- The instrument console remains unchanged and features readouts like gear position indicator, fuel gauge, a shift light, two tripmeters, odometer and a clock alongside tell-tale lights.
- The Gixxer SF is powered by a 155cc, single-cylinder, fuel-injected motor that now produces 14.1 rather than the previous 14.8PS. Torque output remains unchanged at 14Nm.
- There’s no change in mechanicals either as the Gixxer SF MotoGP Edition uses the exact same suspension and braking setup as the standard variants.
- Not much has changed in terms of pricing either. The MotoGP edition commands a minor premium of Rs 735 over the standard variant which costs Rs 1.10 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).