2017 Suzuki Gixxer SP Series Launched In India From Rs. 81,175


2017 Suzuki Gixxer SP range receives new tri-colour paint scheme and new emblem; mechanically remains same

Suzuki has launched the 2017 Gixxer SP and Gixxer SF SP in India priced at Rs. 81,175 and Rs. 99,312 (ex-showroom, New Delhi). The 2017 Suzuki Gixxer SP series comes wearing new tri-colour paint scheme. The fuel tank and front cowl come with exciting sporty body graphics and a new Gixxer SP emblem has been introduced to both the bikes.

Interestingly, the Gixxer SP models come at no extra price compared to the regular model and these special edition models arrive just days after the Japanese two-wheeler manufacturer launched the Suzuki Gixxer SF with single-channel ABS in the country. With Gixxer already garnered positive response from the domestic buyers, these new Gixxer SP series is expected to boost the sales for the brand ahead of the upcoming festive season.


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The new bikes will be available in new Orange and Black colour combination in all the Suzuki dealerships across the country. The company claims that the 2017 Suzuki Gixxer SF SP is currently one of the most affordable bikes in the country equipped with ABS and fuel injection technology.

As Suzuki says, introduction of these updated bikes will inject fresh excitement and thrill into the successful and popular Gixxer motorcycle portfolio available in India. The sporty look, high performance at affordable pricing will help the company to grab a sizeable share in the segment.

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The Suzuki Gixxer SF received the fuel injection technology last year in an attempt to improve the performance. Mechanically, both the 2017 Suzuki Gixxer SP and Gixxer SF SP remain same. These bikes continue drawing power from a 154.9 cc single-cylinder, air-cooled engine that is capable of churning out 14.5 bhp of peak power at 8,000 rpm and 14 Nm of peak torque at 6,000 rpm. Transmission duty is done by a 5-speed gearbox and for braking duty both the bikes rely on disc brakes on both front and rear wheels.