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Expert Reviews on Suzuki Bikes

  • Suzuki Access 125 vs Honda Activa 125: Comparison Test

    Suzuki Access 125 vs Honda Activa 125: Comparison Test

    Scooters in India cater to everyone - college kids, working professionals, housewives and even small business establishments. Why? Because they are easy to ride, affordable, there’s no need to change gear and yes, they’re easy to maintain too. But just like the mass market motorcycles, there’s a decent amount of segmentation here – 110cc and the 125cc.

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  • 2016 Suzuki Access 125 First Ride Review

    2016 Suzuki Access 125 First Ride Review

    The Access 125 has been the most successful product for Suzuki in the Indian market. Since its introduction in 2007, it has been a money-spinner for the company. The reason being, it offered the right amount of value for the money and in fact, it was priced on par with certain 110cc scooters. However, after the launch of the Honda Activa 125 in 2014, the sales of Access 125 started to drop, calling for a much needed upgrade and now we’ve one in 2016 and it’s more than just a cosmetic update. So does the new Access 125 have what it takes to command the numero uno position in the 125cc segment once again? Here’s what a spin on the scooter told us.

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  • Suzuki Access 125 First Look Review

    Suzuki Access 125 First Look Review

    Given the way the premium 125cc scooter market is catching pace, it is not a shocker then that Suzuki decided to try and carve out a share of this segment. The Japanese manufacturer unveiled an upgraded version of the Suzuki Access at the 2016 Auto Expo, last week, called the Access 125. This scooter has been given a new lease of life thanks to a new 125cc heart and a slew of cosmetic updates aimed at giving it a retro flavour.

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  • Suzuki GSX-S1000 First Ride Review

    Suzuki GSX-S1000 First Ride Review

    The Suzuki GSX S1000 is a lot of things. It is Suzuki’s first litre-class naked. And one that isn’t just fashionably late to this naked party, it is late, period. And we say that because everyone from the Japanese to the Europeans to the Italians and even Aprilia already seems to have one. It has superbike championship winning DNA. And more importantly, it has sabre tooth and nicely filed ones at that. To us, however, the GSX S1000 is a motorcycle with minimal bodywork, lovely noise, and superhero performance; it’s one of those bikes that make you reach for your cheque book, only to realise that at Rs 14.5 lakh it’s also one of the most expensive in its segment.

     
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  • Honda Hornet 160R vs Bajaj Pulsar AS150 vs Suzuki Gixxer vs Yamaha FZS FI: Comparison Test

    Honda Hornet 160R vs Bajaj Pulsar AS150 vs Suzuki Gixxer vs Yamaha FZS FI: Comparison Test

    Seems like déjà vu. We just had the Suzuki Gixxer and the Yamaha FZS-FI locking horns a couple of months back right here on BikeWale. But here we are again with both the Gixxer and the FZ, and for good reason. The last time round, we couldn’t get a Bajaj Pulsar AS150 in time to join the test. More importantly, we also now have the Honda Hornet 160R.

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  • Bajaj Avenger 150 Street vs Suzuki Gixxer SF: Comparison Test

    Bajaj Avenger 150 Street vs Suzuki Gixxer SF: Comparison Test

    The Bajaj Avenger 150 Street is the cheapest cruiser one can buy. It is here to fill the role of a daily commuter and a weekend getaway bike; something the Suzuki Gixxer SF promises to do as well. Capitalising on the ‘Avenger’ moniker’s popularity, Bajaj has pegged the Avenger 150 Street as an entry-level cruiser, carving out a new sub segment in this market space. Suzuki, in the meantime, has carved its own niche calling the SF the most affordable faired bike one can buy. Both these motorcycles will serve you well for your daily grind, offer a bit of fast paced riding and allow you to comfortably rip through the highways, while bringing a smile on your face. But which one does it better?

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  • Bajaj Avenger 150 Street vs Suzuki Gixxer SF vs Yamaha Fazer FI: Spec Comparison

    Bajaj Avenger 150 Street vs Suzuki Gixxer SF vs Yamaha Fazer FI: Spec Comparison

    Bajaj recently dropped a bomb when it launched the Avenger 150 Street in India, along with its 220cc siblings. The 150cc segment had been missing a cruiser for a long time, and Bajaj decided to spice things up by plonking the Pulsar 150 DTS-i engine in this versatile tubular double cradle type chassis.

     
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  • Hero Xtreme Sports vs Suzuki Gixxer vs Yamaha FZS-FI: Comparison Test

    Hero Xtreme Sports vs Suzuki Gixxer vs Yamaha FZS-FI: Comparison Test

    This is where it all begins. For the young and restless, the 150cc class is the first step towards a fast and performance oriented motorcycling future. As they mature, both in age and in riding skill, the young will continue to invest in larger, more powerful, and more expensive machines. But, this, the 150cc class, sets the right tone.

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  • Suzuki Gixxer : Long Term Report 2

    Suzuki Gixxer : Long Term Report 2

    After persuading my colleagues to let go of the Suzuki Gixxer for months now, I finally got to lay my hands on our favourite long term motorcycle. I welcomed the Gixxer with a 800km ride (Mumbai –Pune – Kaas – Pune – Mumbai – Malshej – Pune) over the weekend, before I settled down for the daily grind. 

     
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  • Suzuki Gixxer Long Term Report 1

    Suzuki Gixxer Long Term Report 1

    The Suzuki Gixxer is unquestionably one of the most exciting budget motorcycles that has been launched in India, in the recent times. I had been eagerly waiting to put the streetfighter through its paces over an extended period, ever since I first got a taste of it a few months ago. Now that it finally became a part of our long term fleet, I quickly stepped on every other team mate’s shoes and made a mad dash to grab the keys of the Gixxer. 

     
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