Suzuki Gixxer SF Fi (ABS)
- Engine: 154.9 Cc
- Mileage: 47 Kmpl
- Power: 14.6 bhp
- Weight: 139 Kg
Suzuki Gixxer SF Fi (ABS) Price in India
- Responsive Engine
- Abs Adds Safety
- Strong Competition
Suzuki Gixxer SF Fi (ABS) Overview
One of the most famous bikes offered by Suzuki is well known as the Suzuki Hayabusa, which is a dream bike for every kid, especially after the movie Dhoom. Later, Suzuki also came out with city motorcycles that somewhat had the looks of the Hayabusa. Today, we’re going to talk about the Suzuki Gixxer SF FI ABS edition. This new SF FI edition has a small upgrade for the safety purpose; Suzuki has added the Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) that prevents the wheels from locking while braking hard, which has brought the on-road price to around Rs. 1.13 L(Delhi).
Suzuki Gixxer SF Fi (ABS) Engine & Transmission
The sporty-looking Gixxer comes with a 154.9 cc singke-cylinder, air-cooled engine with an advance fuel injection system that produces about 14.6 bhp of power at 800 rpm and 14 Nm of torque at 600 rpm. Power is transmitted to the rear wheel through a 5-speed gearbox with a multi-plate clutch. For the higher revs, the engine feels less strained and buzzy when compared to the outgoing models.
Suzuki Gixxer SF Fi (ABS) Mileage
The fuel economy is a staggering number of 50 kmpl with a decently-powered engine according to its segment. The fuel tank is of a good 12 L, which gives the rider a riding range of 600 km, which is a lot and also impressive. Then, as the name suggests, you get a single-channel ABS, and things like an LCD display with information of speed, gear shift indication and tachometer.
Suzuki Gixxer SF Fi (ABS) Performance and Handling
With a top speed of 127 kmph and a 0-100 acceleration time of 15.5 seconds, the Gixxer is quite thrilling. Riders will love the way the bike leaps out of corners with more urgency and also gets to its top-speed mark much quicker. A negative that can be pointed out is a little brake fade after riding it hard, though the brakes have been improved in a big way. At the front is a 266 mm disc and the rear is a 240 mm disc. The ride quality is amazing and the bike is worth going for.
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