Suzuki Gixxer SF [2015-2018] is now discontinued in India.
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Suzuki Gixxer SF [2015-2018] Summary
Gixxer SF [2015-2018] key highlights
Metallic Triton Blue
Matt Fibroin Grey / Glass Sparkle Black
Pearl Mirage Red
Glass Sparkle Black/Metallic Mat Black
Candy Sonoma Red Metallic and Sonic Silver
Black and Golden
About Gixxer SF [2015-2018]
The Suzuki Gixxer SF is a fully-faired premium commuter motorcycle, which is based on the Gixxer naked bike. It is targeted at a young audience looking for a stylish commuter motorcycle which can double up as a tourer.
The Gixxer bike carries forward the sculpted fuel tank and the rear panels from the naked motorcycle, though the edgy body panels in the front section have made way for the full-sized fairing. This fairing has been styled to resemble the bigger GSX-R superbikes and, the company claims, has been aerodynamically shaped to improve the motorcycle’s touring capabilities.
The Gixxer SF is built on a single downtube frame, which also is used in its naked sibling. It is powered by the same 155cc single cylinder engine which delivers 14.6bhp and 14Nm of torque through a five-speed transmission. There is an option of fuel injection in the SF FI model range. A rear disc brake is on the options list, as is ABS.
The Suzuki Gixxer SF is available in four colours: blue, black, red, and a rather fetching red and silver. The MotoGP edition paint scheme gets the Ecstar logo, which is the official supplier of engine oil to the manufacturer’s MotoGP effort.
There is also special edition model called the Gixxer SF SP. It comes with a different graphic layout, maroon coloured seat and a clear lens LED tail lamp. The SP model is now available in two colour schemes, one of which is a combination of grey and black, and the other is a combination of black and gold, with new graphics on the headlamp cowl and fuel tank. The latter is available only in FI form.
The Gixxer bike rivals other premium 150cc motorcycles like the Yamaha Fazer Version 2.0, and Bajaj Avenger 180 Street. The Gixxer SF is priced at Rs 84,546 (ex-showroom, Delhi).
Suzuki Gixxer SF [2015-2018] Expert Opinion
Powerful and peppy motor
Excellant riding dynamics
Fully-faired design looks good
Could be Better
Lack of sixth gear
Air-cooled engine can get hot in traffic
Outdated halogen bulb for headlamp
The Suzuki Gixxer SF is a fully-faired premium commuter motorcycle that carries a sticker price under a lakh making it one of the most affordable faired bikes in the market. The motorcycle not only looks sporty but also delivers in the same manner with its potant motor and agile handling.
4Loving suzuki gixxer sf as my first bike 1 month ago by Prasanth, Hyderabad
I had bought suzuki gixxer sf abs on 15 august 2017. The riding experience in city traffic perfectly smooth and comfortable and on highways the bike manages excellent upto 100 speed and the engine cools really well as i rode this bike without stopping for 210kms in a ride. The gear shifting is smooth and engine sound also smooth in high speed rides. This gives upto 47-50kms\lt mileage on highway and 43-45 kms\lt in city. The servicing and engine oil can be changed after every 3000-4000kms upto which the engine oil is perfectly smooth. Cons - the concerns i feel are view mirrors which cannot be
4Journey with the 2016 gixxer sf 2 months ago by Nitesh Kumar, Mumbai
I bought suzuki gixxer sf matt triton blue from bharat suzuki pune. Pros.1.Good machine, engine performance is remarkable. 2.No heating issue up to 40k after that slight heating was started from engine side. 3.Riding position 4.Gear ratio 5.Good aerodynamic design. Cons: 1. Tight gear shaft, painful gear shifting. If the clutch wire is little loose then it is horrible to change the gear. 2.Oil leakage through magnetic coil wire. They first replaced the cover.It costs around 250 rupees,but it was not stopped. Then i changed magnetic coil (rs 1600). After 100 km again restarted the same problem.
4Genuine review 3 months ago by Aditya Bharadwaj, Purnea
This bike is good in all respect according to price, breaking system and speed control is quite awesome among 150 cc other bikes. Mileage on long drives is 45-46 km/l and in local areas mileage reduces to 40 km/l I have ridden this bike at the top speed of 122,Fiber body part, so it requires high maintenance and servicing in every 3 months.
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