Suzuki Gixxer SP Edition Revealed Ahead of India Launch


Suzuki Gixxer SP Edition comes available in both naked and fully faired SF guises; powered by 154.9 cc engine making 14.8 PS and 14 Nm torque

Suzuki Motorcycles is gearing up to launch the Gixxer SP Edition in India in a few days. Ahead of its launch in the country a Suzuki Motorcycles dealership in Kerala has revealed the upcoming special edition model through a poster giving us the preview of the model. The Suzuki Gixxer SP Edition will come available in both the naked and fully faired SF guises.

The poster shows the motorcycle donning an exclusive grey colour complemented by all new body graphics and SP logo alongside the badge. The Gixxer and the Gixxer SF both come featuring dual tone red and black seats, which enhance the appeal by giving it a sportier character. Also both the models come sporting black coloured rims with red pinstripe.


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The Suzuki Gixxer is a very sharp and aggressive looking sporty motorcycle. The SP Edition simply enhances the appeal of the model to another level. In the 160 cc segment the Gixxer takes on the rivals like Honda CB Hornet 160R, TVS Apache RTR 160, and Yamaha FZ16. No wonder the special edition will give the model a boost compared to its rivals.

It is still not clear, whether the Gixxer and Gixxer SF will come sporting other updates apart from these. On the mechanical front the Gixxer draws power from a 154.9 cc single cylinder air cooled engine mated to a five speed transmission. This engine churns out 14.8 PS of peak power and 14 Nm of peak torque. It also delivers an impressive fuel economy of 64 kmpl. The Gixxer SP Edition is also expected to come retaining the same power output.

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A 266 mm disc at front wheel and a 240 mm disc at the rear wheel do the braking duty in both the Gixxer and Gixxer SF models. Expect the SP Edition models to come sporting the same, when they get launched. The pricing details are not revealed yet, but expect both the SP Edition models to come priced a bit higher compared to their regular counterparts.