Suzuki Bikes Price (January 2022) in India
|Suzuki Bike Model||Ex-showroom Price|
|Suzuki Access 125||Rs. 75,600 - 84,800|
|Suzuki Hayabusa||Rs. 16.40 Lakh|
|Suzuki Gixxer SF||Rs. 1.33 Lakh|
|Suzuki Gixxer||Rs. 1.31 Lakh|
|Suzuki Burgman Street||Rs. 87,300 - 90,800|
|Suzuki Avenis||Rs. 86,700 - 87,000|
|Suzuki Gixxer SF 250||Rs. 1.87 - 1.88 Lakh|
|Suzuki Intruder||Rs. 1.27 Lakh|
|Suzuki Gixxer 250||Rs. 1.76 Lakh|
|Suzuki V-Strom 650XT||Rs. 8.85 Lakh|
Before venturing into the world of automobiles, the Japanese brand started out as a loom weaving company. Eventually, after the end of the second World War, Suzuki began building motorcycles, with its first product being the ‘Power Free’ in 1952, which used a 36cc 2-stroke engine mounted onto a bicycle frame. Six years later, Suzuki introduced the famous ‘S’ logo that we know today and in 1954, the company changed its name to Suzuki Motor Co Ltd.
In 1982, Suzuki inked a deal with TVS to develop two-wheelers specific to the Indian market. The alliance got us some interesting products like the Suzuki Supra, Suzuki Samurai, Suzuki Shogun and the Suzuki Shaolin.
However, the bikemakers parted ways in 2001, and Suzuki was under a 30-month moratorium, during which it could not enter the Indian market with any products competing TVS’ models. In 2006, the Japanese marque made a comeback as Suzuki Motorcycle India Pvt ltd. It then set up its manufacturing plant in Gurugram, Haryana, with an annual capacity of 7,50,000 units per annum.
Suzuki’s fame, and particularly that of the Hayabusa, grew leaps and bounds after the 2004 Hindi movie ‘Dhoom’. In fact, 2016 onwards the company began assembling the bike in India rather than importing it from Japan, making it surprisingly affordable. Moreover, the 2021 Suzuki Hayabusa has been consistently raking in good sales figures for the company since its debut in May 2021.
Scooters: Suzuki caters to a wider range of audience with its lineup of 125cc scooters. From the Access 125 which caters to mature riders, to the Burgman Street that pleases riders seeking comfort and convenience, to the Avenis that is focused towards the young audience. Suzuki has also introduced smartphone connectivity and navigation on all the three models.
Nakeds: The Suzuki Gixxer and the Gixxer 250 are the two bikes from the Japanese brand. The Gixxer 155 made its debut in 2014 and has been popular ever since. In 2019, Suzuki introduced the new Gixxer 250 which used a brand-new oil-cooled engine and had the same versatility of the baby Gixxer. In 2019, Suzuki updated the Gixxer 155 with design inspired by the 250cc sibling, but the bike remains mechanically unchanged.
Faired Bikes: The Suzuki Gixxer SF and the Gixxer SF 250 are the faired siblings to the Gixxer and the Gixxer SF respectively. While these bikes flaunt full fairing, they do not have a committed riding position like one would expect from a supersport. Their sporty, yet friendly ergonomics make these bikes easier to live with
ADV: The Suzuki V-Strom 650XT is the only adventure bike in the Japanese bikemaker’s India portfolio. This mid-displacement adventure bike comes with traction control and switchable ABS which is not offered by its competitor here. The V-Strom’s 19/17-inch wire-spoke rims get tubeless tyres and the 20-litre fuel tank, along with Suzuki’s vast service network, makes this bike a reliable tourer.
Hyperbike: The legendary Suzuki Hayabusa in its third generation continues to remain a crowd favourite. While the latest Busa isn’t the same 200PS+ machine everyone expected it to be, it is now loaded with electronics, features heavily redesigned bodywork and yet continues to be available in India at a relatively affordable price.
Cruiser: The Suzuki Intruder is the sole cruiser in India from this brand. It uses the same 155cc engine from the Gixxer and is modelled after the Suzuki M1800R Intruder. While the Gixxer’s single-cylinder engine suits the cruiser format, the bike hasn’t been a crowd-puller for Suzuki.
Suzuki Hayabusa: The ‘Dhoom’ Bike
Suzuki Access 125: The ‘practical’ scooter with a sporty heart
Suzuki Gixxer: The bike that made the ‘Gixxer’ tag accessible to the masses
Suzuki is all set to enter the electric two-wheeler market in India with the Burgman Street Electric. The e-scooter has been spotted testing in India, and we expect it to launch in the first half of 2022. We can also expect the Suzuki Intruder 250 to be launched in 2022, with its engine shared with the Gixxer 250.
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Suzuki Bike User Reviews
Access 12541059 reviews
Using this scooter since 3 years.Have ridden it 13000 kms so far without any repair.Just one thing i ensure, That i service my scooter in regular intervals (ideally every 3-4 months) as it helps to maintain the scooter well.Smita 5 days ago
Gixxer SF4.3591 reviews
I have had the bs6 version. This bike is a total waste of money. As you'll end up replacing parts as the parts of the bike are nowhere easily available. Don't fall for the review on the internet. Those are the same people who preferred Yamaha over Suzuki before the 2018's. Now since they can not get anything good from Yamaha, they are stuck with Gixxer.Daniel 1 week ago
This bike meets the specifications mentioned on paper in practical riding conditions.Good bike in terms of styling, Comfort (not for pillion riders), Cornering and rider friendly.Till date i am really very possessive.Rengarajan 2 days ago
Suzuki avenis gets sporty design elements that will attract the youths.The new suzuki avenis will be available in five colour shades, Including the metallic triton blue colour introduced as the race edition version.It gets an all-digital instrument cluster with bluetooth connectivity.It also shows missed call alerts, Sms alerts, Whatsapp alerts and more.Over-all this is a superb scooter for youngsters.Mahesh 4 days ago
Gixxer SF 2504.5133 reviews
Using SF 250 bs6 for a year and have clocked 8500 km. I ride it every day 50 km to work occasionally take it to the highway. It is an excellent bike in l aspects. Getting mileage of 41+kmpl in the city.Sai 5 days ago
Suzuki Bike Comparisons
Access 125Rs. 75,600vsActiva 6GRs. 70,599
HayabusaRs. 16.40 LakhvsNinja ZX 10RRs. 15.37 Lakh
Gixxer SFRs. 1.33 LakhvsR15 V3Rs. 1.57 Lakh
GixxerRs. 1.31 LakhvsApache 160 4VRs. 1.17 Lakh
Burgman StreetRs. 87,300vsAccess 125Rs. 75,600
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Suzuki Bikes Question and Answers
Prashant 2 weeks ago
How many days is the warranty for the compressor
Zigwheels 3 weeks ago
The Suzuki Avenis has been launched in India at Rs 86,700 (ex-showroom Delhi). For booking the scooter, we'd suggest you visit the nearest dealersip of Suzuki in your respective city. Read more -BREAKING: Suzuki’s Sportiest 125cc Scooter Is Here!.
Zigwheels 3 weeks ago
For the availability and prices of the spare parts, we'd suggest you to connect with the nearest authorized service center. Click on the link and select your desired city for service centers. On the other hand, the mileage of Suzuki Access 125 is 57.2 2 kmpl. This is the claimed ARAI mileage for all the variants of Access 125.
Zigwheels 1 month ago
Selecting between the Suzuki Avenis and TVS NTORQ 125 would depend on certain factors such as your budget, preference of the brand, service availability, features required, performance, etc. If you're looking for a fast, fun to ride and feature-rich scooter, the TVS Ntorq 125 is the right choice for you. The fuel-injected 124.8cc single-cylinder engine produces 9.38PS and 10.5Nm. It still remains the benchmark for performance in its class and the sporty styling adds to its appeal. Our only grouse is the premium pricing post the BS6 update. On the other hand, the Avenis is an all-new scooter designed to appeal to younger audiences. The sharp-looking apron gets several creases, and it houses an all-LED headlamp. The bulb indicators are housed in a sporty-looking handlebar cowl with an integrated flyscreen. The side panels also get cuts and slashes for an added dose of sportiness. The tail section is reminiscent of the TVS NTorq 125 and comes with split triangular LED tail lamps. Interestingly, the stubby exhaust looks similar to the one in Burgman Street. The scooter is equipped with a full LCD instrument cluster, the same as the one in Burgman Street. It comes with smartphone connectivity with turn-by-turn navigation, call/SMS alert, battery level, over-speed alert, among others. Moreover, we would suggest you take a test ride for a better understanding of performance and comfort. Click on the link and select your desired city for dealership..Read more:- Suzuki Avenis vs TVS NTorq 125: Specs Compared
Zigwheels 1 month ago
You may go for a big sized tyre but upsizing the size of a tyre is increasingly becoming an obsession with people to create an added visual appeal to their scooter. Moreover, It is advisable to go for an upgrade anywhere between the 3% margin for better performance and handling, increased grip and creating a visual appeal. Do take note that upsizing the wheels and tyres may decrease the fuel efficiency of the scooter and may result in a speedometer error on the scooter if upsizing is not correct.
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Suzuki Bikes FAQs
Which is the cheapest Suzuki bikes in India?
The cheapest Suzuki bike in India is Access 125, which is priced at Rs. 75,600.
Which are the best Suzuki bikes under 50000?
The popular bikes offered by Suzuki in this segment are
What is the price range of Suzuki ?
Suzuki bikes in India comes in the price range of Rs. 75,600 to Rs. 16.40 Lakh.
Which is the best mileage bike in Suzuki?
Burgman Street is the most mileage efficient model in Suzuki with a mileage of 56 kmpl.
Discontinued Suzuki Bikes
Suzuki Hayabusa 2009-2020 Rs. 13.74 Lakh
Discontinued : Jun 2020
Suzuki Gixxer SF 250 BS4 Rs. 1.70 Lakh
Discontinued : Apr 2020
Suzuki Gixxer 250 BS4 Rs. 1.59 Lakh
Discontinued : Apr 2020
Suzuki V Strom 1000 Rs. 13.45 Lakh
Discontinued : Mar 2020
Suzuki Access 125 BS4 Rs. 55,589
Discontinued : Mar 2020
Suzuki Gixxer SF (2015-2018) Rs. 87,344
Discontinued : May 2019
Suzuki Hayate Rs. 41,503
Discontinued : Apr 2019
Suzuki GSX S1000F Rs. 12.70 Lakh
Discontinued : Aug 2017