The bike has trapezoidal body proportions, which gives the motorcycle its charismatic presence through the new European design trend. The angular gasoline tank lines and enlarged arrow-shaped tank shrouds, reminiscent of the original Gixxer design, give the new motorcycle an aggressive appearance.
The Gixxer displays an attractive and sporty design template. The black colour is alluring, but the blue and red shades are well done. The Gixxer has a short visor and a bright headlamp that add to its sporty appearance from the front. Starting with the V-shaped headlamp that sweeps backwards, the aggressive design philosophy gets completed with a matt plastic cowl that conceals the instrument cluster behind it.
The expanded “C”-shaped panel below the tank proudly displays the “Gixxer” logo. The kick starter’s design is appealing to us and complements the Y-shaped side panel well. The pillion grip rails and the rear panel seamlessly blend, giving the design a “Devil’s Horns” appearance.
The short, flat handlebar of the Gixxer is finished in black and should aid the rider in maintaining a comfortable upright riding position. Aside from the standard warning lights, the instrument cluster has an orange backlit digital display with a speedometer, a horizontal tachometer that redlines at 9500 rpm, an odometer, a fuel gauge, trip metres, and a gear-shift indicator.
Suzuki Gixxer comes in five colours:
- Metallic Oort Grey
- Candy Antares Red
- Glass Sparkle Black
- Metallic Triton Blue
- Pearl Mirage White
Suzuki Gixxer offers one variant
A 154.9 cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine powers the Gixxer 155, producing 14.8 PS and 14 Nm of torque. These numbers are slightly higher than their other 150cc model, the GS150R. Suzuki Eco Performance, or SEP, is a characteristic of the motorcycle initially employed in their Let’s scooter model.
According to the technology, the performance of the Suzuki Gixxer will be improved without sacrificing fuel efficiency. However, Gixxer has a 5-speed box and will sip its fuel through a carburettor. Expect good low-end and mid-range performance, given the engine’s characteristics.
The engine has a 4-stroke cylinder, air-cooled valve system, and SOHC 2 valve displacement with three 154.9 cm bore/stroke of 56.0×62.9 mm. The engine Output is 14.8 PS @ 8000 rpm, whereas the torque is 14 Nm @ 6000 rpm with a fuel system being a Carburettor and an electric starter system with a transmission type of 5 Speed, MT.
The Gixxer Styled LED tail lights closely resemble the Gixxer’s original tail light design. The small size and bright LED lights complete the motorcycle’s rear appearance, enhancing functionality.
The Suzuki Gixxer provides riders with several technological advantages. Here are a few examples:
- SEP engine technology
- Sporty twin exhaust
- Sporty dual muffler
- Single floating calliper
- Rear disc brake
- New graphics with the Gixxer logo
Those who flinch at the sight of thin rubber will enjoy the comfort of the fat rear tyres, which also contribute to greater handling, stability, and ride quality. The Gixxer’s exhaust is a big, bulky design with two outlets for more effective gasoline burning, which should also make the bike sound sportier.
The heat plate on the device has a luxurious look and feel, while the rear is finished in chrome. The bike’s dimensions include a length of 2,050 mm, a width of 785 mm, and a height of 1,030 mm, whereas the wheelbase is 1,330 mm and ground clearance is 160 mm. The seat height is estimated to be 780 mm, the kerb mass is 135 kg, and the fuel tank capacity is 12 litres.
Large-diameter front forks (41mm) increase the front section’s stiffness and lighten the frame. This suspension and bar-style handle combo enhances riding comfort and stability on various terrains. Although the seat is softer than the suspension, the difference makes for a more comfortable ride.
Single Channel ABS (Anti-Lock Brake System) is an additional system that efficiently controls braking force and prevents wheel lock-up due to slick roads, abrupt changes in road conditions, or excessive braking within a particular controllable range.
The brakes contain front single disc rear drum brakes. Rear Tyre Hugger has been fitted to increase the motorcycle’s sporting appeal. The bike has tubeless tyres, and the 240 mm rear disc brake and 320 mm petal disc brake is present.