Tuesday, April 7, 2015
New Delhi, April 7, 2015: Suzuki Motorcycle India Private Limited (SMIPL), a subsidiary of one of the world’s leading two-wheeler manufacturers, Suzuki Motor Corporation, Japan, has launched the Gixxer SF, a fully faired version of its flagship motorcycle, the Gixxer.
The premium looking Gixxer SF has aerodynamic full sport fairing which has been developed in the same wind-tunnel where the legendary Hayabusa, GSX-R and MotoGP machines are developed. The fairing has been designed to give maximum wind protection to the rider, reducing turbulence and drag, thereby delivering great aerodynamic efficiency. This directly results in higher down force for stable braking and lower drag for better handling at higher speeds.
Every feature of the new Gixxer SF is designed to give a sporty and premium look - from its futuristic-looking aluminum exhaust end cover to the new clear lens indicators. The pinstripe on the wheels gives it a sharp, edgy look, guaranteed to appeal to all motorcycle lovers. The Gixxer SF comes with a new key mascot to instil pride of ownership.
The Gixxer SF has the powerful and exciting engine of the most awarded motorcycle in 2015, the Suzuki Gixxer, which was just launched last year. The ultra-light weight and punchy engine with cutting edge technology enables the Gixxer SF to deliver power without compromising on fuel economy. This 155cc engine with a five-speed gearbox beneath Gixxer SF’s sleek fairing provides exceptional running performance with a broad low-end torque and dynamic mid-range power for strong acceleration which gives riders a thrilling and superb ride.
According to Mr. Atul Gupta, Executive Vice President, SMIPL, “Young India is driving growth in the 150 cc bike category, a segment which has witnessed consistent growth in the motorcycle market. Suzuki is looking at expanding its presence and appeal among young customers with products that address their desire for style, performance and mileage. We have won customer hearts with the Gixxer. We are confident that the Gixxer SF too will thrill young buyers across India and further strengthen our market position.”
To commemorate Suzuki’s return to MotoGP racing in 2015, a special edition Gixxer SF is also being launched, which will sport Suzuki’s ’Racing Blue’ colours (Metallic Triton Blue). Gixxer SF will also be available in Glass Sparkle Black and Pearl Mirage White, at a price of Rs. 83,889 (Ex-showroom, Delhi).
Suzuki Eco Performance Engine
Suzuki two-wheelers has introduced a path-breaking and cutting edge technology to the Indian market in the form of SEP engine. The engine enables the motorcycle to deliver top-class fuel efficiency without compromising on power or performance.
The engineers at Suzuki, with their vast experience and racing heritage have developed this revolutionary new cutting edge technology which is achieved by reducing all kinds of mechanical losses, efficient design of every component and attention to detail in our manufacturing process. This helps achieve the best of both worlds – economy and performance.
ABOUT SUZUKI MOTORCYCLE INDIA PVT LTD (SMIPL)
Suzuki Motorcycle India Private Limited is a subsidiary of Suzuki Motor Corporation, Japan wherein they have the same manufacturing philosophy of VALUE PACKED PRODUCTS right from the inception. SMIPL manufactures two-wheelers best suited for the valuable Indian customers. The Company started its India operation in February, 2006.
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