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Gixxer 250 Standard
₹ 1,83,894
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Gixxer 250 Ride Connect
₹ 2,00,918
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Suzuki Gixxer 250 Latest Updates

  • Suzuki Gixxer

    8 Feb 2023

Gixxer 250 Key Highlights

Engine Capacity249 cc
Mileage - ARAI
34 kmpl
Transmission6 Speed Manual
Kerb Weight156 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity12 litres
Seat Height800 mm

Suzuki Gixxer 250 Summary

Price: Suzuki Gixxer 250 price for its variant - Gixxer 250 Standard starts at Rs. 1,83,894. The price for the other variant - Gixxer 250 Ride Connect is Rs. 2,00,918. The mentioned Gixxer 250 prices are the average ex-showroom.

Suzuki Gixxer 250 is a street bike available in 2 variants and 2 colours. The Suzuki Gixxer 250 is powered by 249cc BS6 engine which develops a power of 26.13 bhp and a torque of 22.2 Nm. With both front and rear disc brakes, Suzuki Gixxer 250 comes up with anti-locking braking system. This Gixxer 250 bike weighs 156 kg and has a fuel tank capacity of 12 liters.

The Suzuki Gixxer 250 is a quarter-litre motorcycle from Suzuki and is a street-fighter version of the Gixxer SF 250. It carries majority of the aesthetic cues from its smaller sibling, but has much better road presence, thanks to the use of large body panels and better cycle parts. The Gixxer 250 gets LED tail and head lights. The turn indicators, however, still get the same old bulb setup. The neatly designed double-barrel megaphone exhaust canister looks pretty good on it. The bike is equipped with split seats and an instrument cluster that is easy to read in daylight as well during night.

The Suzuki Gixxer gets its power from a 249cc single-cylinder oil-cooled engine that makes around 26.1bhp of power at 9300rpm and 22.2Nm of peak torque at 7300rpm. Transmission duties are handled by a slick six-speed gearbox. The bike rides on telescopic forks up front and a monoshock for the rear. Meanwhile, for braking, the Gixxer 250 employs disc brakes at both ends that are assisted by dual-channel ABS as standard fitment.

The Gixxer 250 is available in two colour schemes - dual-tone Metallic Matte Platinum Silver with Metallic Matte Black and Metallic Matte Black livery. It also comes adorning Metallic Triton Blue paint scheme inspired by Suzuki’s race bikes. In terms of rivalry, the Gixxer 250 locks horns directly with the KTM 250 Duke and Yamaha FZ25, and considering its price, the Bajaj Dominar 400 as well.

Suzuki Gixxer 250 Review

  • Good Things

    • Superbly refined motor that urges to open the throttle
    • Comfortable upright ergonomics for everyday riding
    • Quick in changing directions
  • Could be Better

    • Looks very similar to its smaller sibling
    • Tyres lack grip from its performance

BikeWale's Take

When it comes to agility and stress-free revving of the motor every time you twist the throttle, it’s the Gixxer 250 that ticks the boxes. A muscular looking motorcycle with modern features, upright riding stance and a super slick gearbox is a recipe that just gets better.

Suzuki Gixxer 250 Expert Opinion

The Suzuki Gixxer 250 impressed us in its BS4 guise, but have the newest emission norms strangled the performance and made the motorcycle dull? More importantly, is it worth the premium over its rivals in the quarter-litre space? We rode the motorcycle for this comprehensive review and to find answers to those questions.

Introduction

Suzuki Gixxer 250 Right Front Three Quarter

The quarter-litre Gixxer range from Suzuki Motorcycle India currently comprises of the Gixxer 250 roadster and the fully-faired Gixxer SF 250. Both motorcycles were introduced in 2019 with a BS4-compliant motor and they received the BS6 emission norm upgrade in 2020. The Gixxer 250 impressed us in its BS4 guise, but have the newest emission norms strangled the performance and made the motorcycle dull? More importantly, is it worth the premium over its rivals in the quarter-litre space? We rode the motorcycle for this comprehensive review and to find answers to those questions.

Quality

Suzuki Gixxer 250 Branding/Fuel Tank Dacal

Before we get to the performance, let’s talk about the styling and the build quality of the motorcycle. As mentioned in the introduction, the Gixxer 250 was launched in the Indian market in 2019, and it received an all-new design. Thus, Suzuki has retained the styling cues on the BS6 model as well.

Suzuki Gixxer 250 Left Rear Three Quarter

The BS6 model, however, gets a new, MotoGP inspired Metallic Triton Blue paint option that looks more appealing than the colours available earlier. Everything else is identical to the BS4 model and the Gixxer 250 BS66 continues to pack features such as an LED headlight, a negative LCD instrument cluster, a muscular fuel tank, split-style seats, an LED tail light, and a twin-pod exhaust canister with a chrome tip and heatshield.

Suzuki Gixxer 250 Left Side Multifunction Switchgear

The overall fit and finish is commendable, and the attention to detail is praiseworthy. The plastic and paint quality, too, feels premium. The switches don’t feel like they’re from the Jurassic Era, and they’re ergonomically placed for easy access, with or without riding gloves. They could, however, get a revision for a more modern look.

Suzuki Gixxer 250 Instrument Cluster

The digital instrument cluster packs basic information and the Bluetooth-connectivity upgrade is yet to make an appearance on the Gixxer 250. Suzuki may add the feature to its motorcycles in the future, although it is yet to announce a timeline on that update. The current display shows information about the speedometer, tachometer, odometer, two trip meters, fuel gauge, and a gear position indicator. The tell-tale indicators occupy the space around the LCD.

Suzuki Gixxer 250 Head Light

The overall styling is appealing, although, we felt that the headlight design could’ve been sharper. The current setup looks basic on an otherwise stylish motorcycle, and there are far more handsome quarter-litre products in the Indian market that look more desirable than the Gixxer 250. A GSX-S750 inspired headlight assembly would have made the Gixxer 250 an instant hit, but that’s not likely to happen anytime soon. Nevertheless, there are more reasons to love the motorcycle and one among them is its engine. More on that later.

Comfort

Suzuki Gixxer 250 Right Rear Three Quarter

The roadster motorcycle gets a flat handlebar along with slightly rear-set footpegs that deliver sporty yet upright and city-friendly ergonomics. The saddle is sufficiently large for enhanced comfort. The seat height of 800mm is friendly too, and it makes the ground easily accessible. The motorcycle tips the weighing scale at 156kg, which is fairly light, and you can easily move it around. Unlike the SF version, the Gixxer 250 misses any windblast protection, and it’s noticeable while cruising at three-digit speeds.

Performance

Suzuki Gixxer 250 Engine From Right

Now to the question that we asked at the beginning – have the BS6 emission norms made the engine dull? We are happy to report that despite complying with the newest emission standards, the Gixxer 250 still packs the same engaging character as before. The 249cc, single-cylinder, oil-cooled motor makes 26.1bhp at 9,300rpm and 22.2Nm at 7,300rpm. The motor is linked to a six-speed transmission.

Suzuki Gixxer 250 Left Rear Three Quarter

The engine starts to pull away cleanly from 4,000rpm with a noticeable step-up in acceleration post 6,000rpm mark, and it continues to build momentum even close to its redline. It keeps you engaged without being intimidating, which should appeal the novice riders. The motorcycle feels comfortable to sit at highway speeds with minimal stress on the engine. You can also cruise in three-digit speeds, but as aforementioned, the lack of a protective windscreen makes the windblasts evident. The six-speed transmission feels crisp and smooth, and we didn’t face any issue with it. It does, however, miss the slipper and assist clutch function. The vibrations are well-managed too and you wouldn’t feel them unless you’re revving very close to the motorcycle’s redline.

Suzuki Gixxer 250 Front Wheel

The braking setup, too, delivers decent feedback but it would’ve felt even better with some more initial bite. The current setup, which comprises disc brakes on both wheels, feels progressive. The safety net is handled by dual-channel ABS.

Suzuki Gixxer 250 Branding/Fuel Tank Dacal

Another USP of the Gixxer 250 is its handling prowess. It’s remarkably effortless to push around corners or flick from one side to the other. The muscular fuel tank offers enough space to hold on to the motorcycle when leaning into a corner and it’s very enjoyable on twisty roads. The sporty suspension tuning further aids the cause, although it can get bothersome on rough surfaces. Meanwhile, the turning radius isn’t something to write home about, and filtering through bumper-to-bumper traffic takes some effort.

Suzuki Gixxer 250 Handle Bar

The hardware is premium, but there is a scope for improvement. The LED headlight, for example, delivers a decent spread in low beam, however, the high beam is set too tall. The rear-view mirrors, too, aren’t very helpful, and you would end up staring at your elbows for most of the time. Lastly, the motorcycle misses the safety net of the side-stand inhibitor function, which would have further improved the safety aspect.

Fuel Economy

Suzuki Gixxer 250 Engine From Right

The Gixxer 250 BS6 returned close to 34km to a litre during the road test, that, along with the 12-litre tank gives the motorcycle a range of over 400km.

Technology

Suzuki Gixxer 250 Tail Light

The feature list is nearly at par with the rivals and the Gixxer 250 comes equipped with an LED headlight, an LED taillight, and a digital instrument cluster. On the downside, the motorcycle doesn’t get Bluetooth-connectivity and the safety net of side-stand engine cut-off function, both of which would have improved the practicality and value-for-money aspect of the motorcycle.

Fitness of Purpose

Suzuki Gixxer 250 Right Front Three Quarter

The Suzuki Gixxer 250 is an ideal motorcycle for anyone who is looking for a city-friendly vehicle beyond the 100cc-150cc space. It packs a good amount of mid- and top-end performance while its handling prowess further aids its case. Out on the highway, it can easily cruise at speed limits with absolutely no stress on the engine and sufficient reserves of power for quick overtake.

Our Take

Suzuki Gixxer 250 Front View

The Suzuki Gixxer 250 is an appealing package, although it has a few things that the company needs to iron out. An improved headlight performance, rear-view mirror position and the addition of a side-stand inhibitor would make the overall package even more desirable. It also carries a price premium over its better equipped rival, the Bajaj Dominar 250, which may further push away potential buyers.

Suzuki Gixxer 250 Left Side View

On the upside, the Gixxer 250 comes with a commendable build quality, a very enjoyable motor, and a hardware setup that makes it an absolute treat to ride, and we’d buy this Japanese motorcycle for those reasons.

Photography by Kaustubh Gandhi

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Suzuki Gixxer 250 Colours

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Suzuki Gixxer 250 mileage

Suzuki Gixxer 250 mileage

The ARAI mileage of Suzuki Gixxer 250 is 34 kmpl. The average of the Gixxer 250 is 35 kmpl, as per the owners of the bike.

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Gixxer 250 Specifications & Features

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      Specifications

      • Power & Performance

        • Displacement
          249 cc
        • Max Power
          26.13 bhp @ 9300 rpm
        • Max Torque
          22.2 Nm @ 7300 rpm
        • Mileage - ARAI
          34 kmpl
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      • Brakes, Wheels & Suspension

        • Front Suspension
          Telescopic
        • Rear Suspension
          Monoshock
        • Braking System
          Dual Channel ABS
        • Front Brake Type
          Disc
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      • Dimensions & Chassis

        • Kerb Weight
          156 kg
        • Seat Height
          800 mm
        • Ground Clearance
          165 mm
        • Overall Length
          2010 mm
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      • Manufacturer Warranty

        • Standard Warranty
          2 year
        • Standard Warranty
          30000 km
      • Service & Maintenance Schedule

        • 1st Service
          750-1000 Kms/30-45 Days
        • 2nd Service
          4500-5000 Kms/165-180 Days
        • 3rd Service
          9500-10000 Kms/350-365 Days

      Features

        • Touch Screen Display
          No
        • Instrument Console
          Digital
        • Odometer
          Digital
        • Speedometer
          Digital
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      Suzuki Gixxer 250 User Reviews

      4.7/5

      (109 Ratings) 45 Reviews

      4

      Visual Appeal


      4

      Reliability


      4

      Performance


      4

      Comfort


      4

      Service Experience

      4

      Maintenance cost


      4

      Extra Features


      4

      Value for Money

      Throttler

      12 weeks ago


      Raghav

      CHEAP and BAD Quality of bike parts. I accidentally hit a pothole at 80 KMPH and two alloy wheels got bent. Suspension is really hard. The only good thing is the engine and engine only. Not recommended for use in the city or anywhere there are bad roads. Another painful thing is, that you won't get spare parts that easily. You order and God knows when they dispatch the spares to you. Also NEVER go with ICIC Lombard insurance. They are another pain.

      Rating Parameters

      (out of 5)

      3

      Visual Appeal


      3

      Reliability


      5

      Comfort


      2

      Service Experience


      2

      Value for Money

      About the Reviewer

      Used it for

      Daily Commute

      Owned for

      > 1 yr

      Ridden for

      < 5000 kms

      Got mileage of

      30 kmpl

      Tips for other riders

      Make sure you won't drive on bad roads. Else the

      Was this review helpful?

      10


      6


      Brute machine

      19 weeks ago


      Ashwin

      Best buying experience...I moved from 150 to 250 cc this Japanese machine felt so premium and enjoyable to ride Looks like an additional part should be added above the tank. otherwise looks muscular and beast
      Pros:-
      Engine
      Mileage
      Tires
      Engine refinement
      Cons:-
      Indicator not led
      Could have been more muscular

      Rating Parameters

      (out of 5)

      4

      Visual Appeal


      4

      Reliability


      5

      Comfort


      4

      Service Experience


      4

      Value for Money

      About the Reviewer

      Used it for

      Everything

      Owned for

      > 1 yr

      Ridden for

      < 5000 kms

      Got mileage of

      45 kmpl

      Was this review helpful?

      2


      0


      Underrated Beauty

      38 weeks ago


      Marvin Karrahe

      CONS
      1 Heavy clutch
      2 Wide handlebars
      3 Mudguard doesn’t help much in rain
      4 Seat is tapered, doesn’t offer good comfort
      5 Not many color options
      6 Looks similar to a younger sibling
      7 Display buttons are too hard
      PROS
      1 Good power & torque.
      2 Mileage is very good considering 250CC comforts.
      3 Loves to be revved hard
      4 Good handler
      5 Smooth yet bassy sound
      6 Good VFM
      7 TBT Navigation is very handy
      8 Display is easy to read and offers good information

      Rating Parameters

      (out of 5)

      5

      Visual Appeal


      5

      Reliability


      4

      Comfort


      4

      Service Experience


      5

      Value for Money

      About the Reviewer

      Used it for

      Everything

      Owned for

      < 3 months

      Ridden for

      < 5000 kms

      Got mileage of

      32 kmpl

      Tips for other riders

      Ride it on correct gears

      Was this review helpful?

      8


      0

      Quite underrated and almost perfect!

      50 weeks ago


      Nilimesh Ray

      The buying experience was smooth and simple, legit all-around best in the 250cc segment, and quite satisfied just a bit on the backfoot on spare parts and service experience in my case.
      Looks:- 4.5/5
      Mileage- 30-35 kmpl depending on riding style.
      No major problem as of yet. Close to 10k on the odor.
      Cons:- expected slipper clutch at this price, no led blinkers at this price, the addition of USD forks would just make this bike stand out a lot!

      Rating Parameters

      (out of 5)

      5

      Visual Appeal


      5

      Reliability


      4

      Comfort


      3

      Service Experience


      4

      Value for Money

      About the Reviewer

      Used it for

      Daily Commute

      Owned for

      > 1 yr

      Ridden for

      5000-10000 kms

      Got mileage of

      32 kmpl

      Was this review helpful?

      4


      4

      Superb around city, bad for long distances.

      51 weeks ago


      Abhi

      Very good bike for commuting and short distances. If you're looking to ride for about 2 hours or more, AVOID this bike because of its horrible seat! I've ridden over 10k km on this and mostly enjoyed it. The fuel efficiency is good @ 35kmpl when riding enthusiastically. When I ride under 75 kmph the mileage is 40 plus. Engine performance is superb and it behaves well. The brakes are adequate and the ABS works well. The suspension is just rugged, hard, and of very average quality. Nothing close to KTMs. The seat design is really bad for long-distance touring. Anything excess of 450 or 500 km a day even on smooth, good roads and you will suffer.

      Rating Parameters

      (out of 5)

      4

      Visual Appeal


      5

      Reliability


      2

      Comfort


      4

      Service Experience


      4

      Value for Money

      About the Reviewer

      Used it for

      Leisure Rides

      Owned for

      > 1 yr

      Ridden for

      10000-15000 kms

      Got mileage of

      35 kmpl

      Was this review helpful?

      1


      7

      A reliable companion for the road

      1 year ago


      Sagnik Dey

      I have been a proud owner of the suzuki gixxer 250 for over two years, covering more than 16,000 kilometers on various terrains. This bike has proven to be a reliable and powerful companion, offering an exceptional riding experience.
      Performance and power delivery:
      The suzuki gixxer 250 impresses with its performance and power delivery. The 250cc engine provides ample torque and acceleration, allowing for quick overtakes and smooth rides on both city roads and highways. The bike maintains stability even at higher speeds, offering a thrilling experience for adrenaline enthusiasts.
      Riding experience:
      The gixxer 250 handles exceptionally well, providing confidence and control on different types of roads. Whether navigating through congested city streets or cruising along winding mountain roads, the bike's nimble and responsive nature ensures an enjoyable ride. The suspension setup strikes a good balance between comfort and sportiness, absorbing bumps effectively without compromising the bike's dynamic capabilities.
      Key features and standout characteristics:
      One of the standout features of the suzuki gixxer 250 is its sporty and aggressive design, which turns heads wherever i go. The digital instrument cluster provides clear and comprehensive information, including speed, rpm, fuel level, and gear position, ensuring convenience and safety during rides. The led lighting system enhances visibility, both for the rider and other road users.
      Room for improvement:
      While the suzuki gixxer 250 offers an overall fantastic experience, there are a few areas that could be improved. The seat cushioning could be slightly softer to enhance long-distance comfort, especially during extended rides. Additionally, the exhaust note, although pleasant, could benefit from a more distinctive and captivating sound.
      Comfort and ergonomics:
      The bike's seating position strikes a good balance between sportiness and comfort. During shorter rides, the ergonomics provide a slightly forward-leaning posture, contributing to better control and agility. However, during long rides, the seat could use some extra padding to reduce fatigue and ensure maximum comfort.
      Fuel efficiency:
      In terms of fuel efficiency, the suzuki gixxer 250 performs decently. While it may not be the most fuel-efficient bike in its class, it provides a respectable mileage that meets the expectations of most riders. Efficient fuel management and a 12-liter fuel tank allow for decent range before refueling.
      Conclusion:
      Overall, the suzuki gixxer 250 has been an exceptional bike for me over the past two years. Its powerful performance, impressive handling, and standout features make it a compelling choice in its segment. Despite a few areas for improvement, such as seat comfort and exhaust note, the bike's reliability and overall riding experience make it a worthy companion for both daily commutes and thrilling adventures.
      Would i recommend the suzuki gixxer 250? absolutely! if you are seeking a bike that combines power, agility, and style, the suzuki gixxer 250 is undoubtedly worth considering.

      Rating Parameters

      (out of 5)

      4

      Visual Appeal


      5

      Reliability


      5

      Comfort


      4

      Service Experience


      5

      Value for Money

      About the Reviewer

      Used it for

      Tours

      Owned for

      > 1 yr

      Ridden for

      > 15000 kms

      Got mileage of

      35 kmpl

      Was this review helpful?

      5


      2

      Suzuki Gixxer 250 FAQs

      Q: What is the on-road price of Suzuki Gixxer 250 in 2024?
      The 2024 on-road price of Suzuki Gixxer 250 in Delhi is Rs. 2,09,173. This Suzuki Gixxer 250 price includes the ex-showroom price, RTO and insurance charges.

      Q: What is the actual mileage of Suzuki Gixxer 250?
      According to the user reported data, Suzuki Gixxer 250 gives an average mileage of 35 kmpl.

      Q: Which is better Suzuki Gixxer 250 or Suzuki Gixxer SF 250?
      Suzuki Gixxer 250 is priced at Rs. 1,83,894, has a 249 cc 6 Speed Manual engine, gives a mileage of 35 kmpl and weighs 156 kg, whereas, the price of Suzuki Gixxer SF 250 is Rs. 1,94,640 with a 249 cc engine, giving a mileage of 36 kmpl and weighing 161 kg.

      Q: What are the colour options of Suzuki Gixxer 250?
      Suzuki Gixxer 250 is available in 2 colours which are Metallic Matte Stellar Blue (2023) and Metallic Matte Black No. 2 (2023).

      Q: What are the key specifications of Suzuki Gixxer 250?
      Suzuki Gixxer 250 is a Street bike that weighs 156 kg, has a 249 cc BS6 Phase 2 engine and a fuel capacity of 12 litres.

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