Suzuki Motorcycle India
Private Limited has rolled-out Gixxer –
the popular street sport motorcycle, with the Anti-lock Braking System (ABS)
feature. The new Suzuki Gixxer ABS will be available in three colours namely
Metallic Triton Blue/Glass Sparkle Black, Candy Sonoma Red/Metallic Sonic
Silver and Glass Sparkle Black. The new Suzuki Gixxer with ABS will cost Rs 87,250
(ex-showroom Delhi) onward.
The Gixxer ABS variant comes
fitted with a front wheel speed sensor to detect wheel speed for better
stability and controlled braking force. Equipped with Ultra-Light Weight
Engine, the Gixxer ABS has an
all-aluminium 4-stroke single cylinder 154.9cc BS-IV engine that produces 14.59hp
@ 8000rpm,14Nm @ 6000rpm, powered by SEP Technology- for powerful performance
without compromising on fuel efficiency. Furthermore, Gixxer ABS is equipped
with Suzuki Jet cooling system (SJCS) to ensure better cooling of engine
resulting in better power and mileage.
The Gixxer ABS redefines the
style & sturdiness with its unique features and design elements that
include AHO Headlight, LED tail lamp, fully digital speedometer, large diameter
with front and back disc brake further add value to the quality of riding and
enhances the style quotient of the street sport motorcycle. For better
manoeuvring, it comes up with large-diameter Front Forks that increases the
rigidity around the front section and reduces the weight of the motorcycle.
Other features in the new
Gixxer ABS include sporty twin exhaust, a 3-spoke light wheel, stepped seat
with distinctive design and Two-piece rear fender.
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