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Suzuki Gixxer SF Latest Updates

The Suzuki Gixxer SF got a generational update prior to its BS6 update. It got received a comprehensive mechanical and cosmetic update with a new design language. As for the BS6 update, there’s nothing exclusive apart from the greener BS6-compliant motor. Prices for the Gixxer SF BS6 start at Rs 1,21,900 (ex-showroom Delhi). That’s a massive premium of Rs 12,030 over the respective BS4 variants.

Gixxer SF Specifications

The Gixxer SF BS6 gets a 155cc air-cooled and fuel-injected motor. This BS6-compliant mill puts out 13.6PS at 8000rpm and 13.8Nm at 6000rpm. That is 0.3PS and 0.4Nm less than the BS4 Suzuki Gixxer SF. Kerb weight is also up by 2kg so expect a drop in performance. The Gixxer SF BS6 continues to feature a 5-speed gearbox. The Gixxer SF shares its tubular diamond frame with the larger Gixxer SF 250. It is more rigid than the first-gen model but is heavier as well since it uses thicker pipes. The clip-on handlebars and split-seat setup also lend the bike a more aggressive seating position. Suspension setup includes 41mm telescopic forks and preload-adjustable monoshock. Braking is via disc brakes at both ends with single-channel ABS. It is one of the few bikes in its segment that sport a larger 140-section rear tyre.

Gixxer SF Variants

The Suzuki Gixxer SF BS6 is available in just one variant. However, its blue colour variant with MotoGP livery commands a Rs 1,000 premium over the other two colours. Other than the colours, the bikes are identical.

Gixxer SF Design

The generational update makes the Suzuki Gixxer SF BS6 look more premium and sportier than before. It gets edgier styling, clip-on handlebars and a split seat to complete the effect. The Suzuki Gixxer SF BS6 has impressive quality and fit and finish levels. It comes in three colours: Glass Sparkle Black, Metallic Sonic Silver and a Metallic Triton Blue paint scheme with MotoGP livery that costs a bit more than the other two.

Gixxer SF Features

The Suzuki Gixxer SF BS6 gets an LED headlamp, LED tail lamp and bulb turn indicators. The digital instrument console has been updated and is easier to read now. It includes the speedometer, tachometer, fuel gauge, gear position indicator, odometer and tripmeters.

Suzuki Gixxer SF Competitors

The Suzuki Gixxer SF BS6 does not have a direct rival. A faired motorcycle that comes close price-wise is the Bajaj Pulsar 220F BS6 (Rs 1,17,296, ex-showroom Delhi). It also competes with the Hero Xtreme 200S.

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Suzuki Gixxer SF Price

The price of Suzuki Gixxer SF starts at Rs. 1.22 lakh and goes upto Rs. 1.23 lakh. Suzuki Gixxer SF is offered in 2 variants - BS6 and the top variant Gixxer SF MotoGP BS6 which comes at a price tag of Rs. 1.23 lakh.

Suzuki Gixxer SF Price List in India

Gixxer SF BS6
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Editor's View of Suzuki Gixxer SF

  • Upside

    Sporty styling, fantastic fit and finish levels, Great handling dynamics

  • Downside

    Expensive!, brakes lack bite and feedback, BS6 update has dropped performance

  • Our Verdict

    With its premium quality and fit and finish, the Suzuki Gixxer is an undoubtedly impressive motorcycle. But this premiumness comes at a price. The massive hike is hard to justify and the BS6 update has robbed it of performance.

Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Gixxer SF

Q. Which bike is better comparing Honda Unicorn Bs6 to Suzuki Gixxer SF?
  • Both Honda Unicorn BS6 is not launched yet so it would be difficult to give any verdict on the comparison. So, we'd suggest you to wait for the launch.
Q. TVS Apache RTR 160 BS6 or Suzuki Gixxer SF 155 BS6 or Bajaj Pulsar 220F BS6.. which one is better in terms of Mileage, City plus Long Tour ride Comfort, Power, Low maintenance, Look?? My first priority is Apache RTR 160 but its look is very old.
  • If we talk about TVS Apache RTR 160, it is fun to ride and would be a great option for city commutes. It is comfortable and easy to handle in heavy traffic too. If fairing of a bike and sporty looks attracts you and want the better-refined engine, you may go for Suzuki Gixxer SF. If we talk about Bajaj Pulsar 220 F, it delivers better power and it would be best option for long rides among these three bikes. All these bikes are easy for the pocket to maintain and if we talk about fuel efficiency, Apache RTR 160 and Gixxer SF delivers similar figures around 50 kmpl on the other hand, Bajaj Pulsar 220 F delivers a mileage(claimed) of 40 kmpl. You may compare all these bikes according to their variants. Do take a test ride in order to clear your all doubts. Check out authorised dealership details.
Q. Can the stock ecu of Gixxer SF 2019( fuel injected) be remapped to comply with the free flow k&n filter?
  • For the compatibility, we would suggest you to exchange your words with the relative brand. As from our side, any kind of modification is not suggested because changing a filter will obviously give you better performance but in 155cc bikes, changes in the performance won't be observable. Also, this will impact your engine life and will increase the servicing cost. Moreover, before coming to any decision kindly discuss your thoughts with the authorized service center once as they will be the better people to assist you with the pros and cons of modifications. You can click on the following link to see the details of the nearest dealership and selecting your city accordingly - Bike Showrooms.
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Q. Apache RTR 160 4V or Gixxer SF 155, which one is best for day to day riding and low maintenance?
  • You need to be specific as to which model you are looking because there is gixxer 150's as well as 250's also the same for Apache.In case of 150's, Suzuki vehicles are extremely refined compared to Apachae but slightly low on power compared. you need to decide which you prefer.In case of 250's, Suzuki is 250 compared to apachae which is 200. the better case in any scenario be it power, handling, ride-ability or refinement is Suzuki.I would better suggest you to take a test drive of both before making the final decision, also you need to decide in case of Suzuki if it is SF or the std gixxers.
  • Hey there !First i would like to tell you that GIXXER SF is a fully faired bike while APACHE 160 4V is a naked city commuter.So gixxer sf has hands on here as it has good aerodynamics. If you want a feel of big bike I'll definitely suggest you the GIXXER SF.NOW coming to on paper specsGixxer sf churns out 14.6 bhp at 8000 rpm and torque is 14 Nm at 6000 rpm.Whereas. Apache churns out 16.5 ps at 8000 rpmWhile torque is14.8 Nm @ 6500 rpm.While mileage of both the bikes remain nearly same at 45–50 kmplPlease take note that mileage depends on riding conditions too.Both the bikes are available with Fi as optional while gixxer sf also has ABS as option.Gixxer also has ABS option with carb variant.Thus becoming much feasible to buy.Apache has punchier engine than gixxer sf due to more power and slightly more torque but in terms of engine refinement GIXXER SF hold its place here.Gixxer sf also has better low end. mid range capabilities than apache 160 4v
  • Both are good options but there is a slight difference of performance....1604v is slightly more capable to on starting gears...you can feel it when you ride one!
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Q. Does KTM 125 Duke worthy of money as in this price range we get 150cc or 200 cc bikes? Actually I am confused between Duke 125 and Gixxer SF 150?
  • The KTM 125 is one of the best available entry-level naked sports bikes. Now since the bike is a naked sport, the bike gets all the features such as USD Folks, frugal engine and aggressive dynamics for Duke which makes it compatible in terms of aerodynamics. Moreover, the Duke 125 gets it's DNA from the elder siblings which do not require the introduction in terms of performance. Moreover, If the bike is compared to Gixxer SF 150, the Duke 125 would be a frugal option with decent acceleration and performance. However, we would suggest you to visit the nearest authorized dealership so that you may evaluate both the bikes on the basis of performance, comfort and ride quality.
  • Not answer this is my question if u get duke 125 in 1.40 or something than why did u not got another high cc power bike in same price
Q. Is Suzuki Gixxer SF BS4 Or BS6?
  • Suzuki Gixxer SF is available with BS4 complained engine.
  • When suzuki sf 2019 B's 6 will be available?
  • When suzuki sf 2019 B's 6 will be available?
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Suzuki Gixxer SF User Reviews

4.3 /5
373 reviews & ratings
  • Performance
    4.3/5
  • Comfort
    4.2/5
  • Features & Styling
    4.6/5
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  • Maintenance Cost
    4.1/5
  • Mileage
    4.3/5

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  • 1.0

    Pathetic engine quality. Engine seized within 4 months despite proper maintainence and care. Suzuki's service is pathetic, they ruined the motorcycle. Had to sell it for 50K loss within 6 months of purchase. Never gonna buy Suzuki India-spec motorcycles in my life again.

  • 5.0

    I had ride many bikes so far... Low range to high but in the mid range you will not find a bike like this... Obivously there r many competitors in this segment but this is the best budget bike you can own.

  • 4.6

    Im vivek. I bought new Gixxer sf black recently. It was really a great bike. It looks stylish, and mileage was also good. The performance was also good. But one thing i feel like it is better if having 16/18bhp. Except that every thing is cool.

  • 3.8

    Good vehicle, great handling, Good mileage. mileage consistently above 40+km without much over revving and speeds not exceeding 80km/hr. less vibrations when riding but seating and ride comfort is very bad, seat feels extremely wooden but rear suspension can be softened. needs to add additional padding on the seats else literally un-rideable for anything more than 30km in a go. Handlebar slightly short(2018 model, SF FI ABS) which may feel slightly uncomfortable and the riding position is slightly sporty(very slight lean towards the hadlebars). Conclusion: A very slight sporty commuter.

  • 4.6

    should have launched the bike with 200 cc .. lacks engine power and turns a bit embarrassing when all the show off can't perform with pickup and speed when compared with a simple 180cc Pulsar....

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  • 4.6

    First i will start with my buying experience.Early i was going for royal enfield classic 350 black(both bikes are of different segment) and booked it by paying 5k to the showroom. And after 2 days suzuki launched the gixxer, I went to the showroom and saw the bike and i fell in love with its looks and style. Its completely different from the previous modle. I asked them for a test ride but at that time they didn"t have the test ride vehicle and said to wait for couple of days. After some days they called me for taking test ride and after taking the test ride i just went to RE showroom and cancelled my RE booking and booked the the gixxer 155. Suzuki showroom guys are very helpful in completing the process.Riding experience/looks/performance :Bike feels very planted and stable on roads. First thing you will notice when you take it outside is that people will stair at you and your bike,its eye catchy and will ask you kitne ki ai bhai. Road presence is just awesome. I feel that Seats are little hard but again you can add cushion to you seat cover to make it comfortable. Seating position is relaxed not too much sporty like r15. Breaks are good. I can"t say much about the performance as i purchased it 5 days back so i will update you guys after the first service. Problems i am facing :1.Downshift is not proper. Every time I have to release clutch and press it again to down shift the gear. If I am in 5th gear and want to come to 2nd gear then press clutch Downshift one gear the release clutch and press it gain and the again Downshift... Like this i come to 2nd gear.. 2. Engine voice is changed after 60km continues ride ( can"t say what happened before 1st service) but yes their is some sound from engine after it heats up. 3. voice from abs motor. Its annoying. ktrrr ktrrr sound... To check it, apply main stand, switch on the ignition, rotate front wheel and apply front brakes hard. You will get to know what kind of sound i am talking about.

  • 5.0

    I was previously driving Discover 125. I was in search of a new bike. I was a bit confused between Honda Hornet, Yamaha FZS v3 and Suzuki Gizzer SF. I saw all the 3 bikes in the showroom. Hornet was not so eye catchy. So I rejected Hornet. Then I choose FZS v3, as I have heard Yamaha bikes have very refined engines. I have also test rided Gixxer SF 150. Once I saw a person parking the FZS v3 outside and it was looking so u**y after riding for sometime. Then I went straight to Suzuki showroom and booked the Gixxer SF 150. I have choosen Gixxer SF over FZS as it also have some additional features like time, gear shift indicator and also the sexy look. Whereever I goes, all people stares on my bike.Seats space: I am having a small kid of 4 yrs. There is enough room for me, my kid and my wife in the bike. We have travelled 160 kms at a stretch without any problem. Now about the performance and riding controls.Its a fun bike to ride. Performance of this bike is also very gud. We can easily cruise over 80-90 kmph without any stress to the engine. But I have not tried on this speed. Riding control is also very gud. We can easily maneuver in city traffic without any stress on your body.Milage: I got mileage of around 55-56 km before first servicing. I am not an aggressive biker. I takes atmost care of my bike. I kept speed within 60-65 kmph. Now have done my first servicing now. Serviceing cost is also cheap. I got a bill of Rs. 699/- which includes synthetic oil. After servicing I have not rode much. Will check the mileage and update. And now regarding the ABS noise. I have seen some persons complained about the noise in the ABS. But frankly speaking I am not getting any annoying noise from the ABS during hard breaking. I have checked multiple times. May be this was coming in some of the first batches of the bikes. I had purchased the bike on 13th Sept., 2019.

  • 4.6

    bda packet.chota dhmaka.....pros :-the quality of fairing is good... atleast better than Yamaha R15The sitting position is quite comfortable then other bikes of this segment.Almost ZERO vibration.As an owner of this bike, I got milage of 46kmpl after having 1st service.it's a air cooled bike though I Never felt like bike is generating heat. I did a trip to Shimla too by this bike.. nothing went wrong... engine was also in excellent condition.AWESOME visibility in night because of LED headlamps which provides good visibility in night far batter then other bikes like pulsar RS or any other bike.CONS :-IT'S a 155 cc bike....but I felt lack of power(the only CON I discovered till now) as compare to R15,but again...this lack of power increases it's efficiency and reduces maintenance cost.conclusion :-people who are looking for a bike that can grab attention of people in crowd with touring capability, better efficiency, low maintenance cost and with pinch of power (not for reckless driving like a squid) can buy this bike.. otherwise you can buy it's elder sister...sf250...if you want only power....I hope this will help.👍

  • 3.8

    Good vehicle, great handling, Good mileage. mileage consistently above 40+km without much over revving and speeds not exceeding 80km/hr. less vibrations when riding but seating and ride comfort is very bad, seat feels extremely wooden but rear suspension can be softened. needs to add additional padding on the seats else literally un-rideable for anything more than 30km in a go. Handlebar slightly short(2018 model, SF FI ABS) which may feel slightly uncomfortable and the riding position is slightly sporty(very slight lean towards the hadlebars). Conclusion: A very slight sporty commuter.

  • 4.6

    Look and handling wise bike is perfect,but in long drive after 200 km am hearing some noise in both ABS and rear disc brake and sudden downshifting from 5th gear to 2nd gear its not working properly(means 5 to 4th and 4th to 3rd and 3rd to 2nd gear we need to release the clutch every time and press again to change) i don"t know what will happen after the first service,apart this bike is performing superb.Especially in city traffic bike performing very well, u will love to ride.In city 40+ KM and in highway 53+ KM mileage.i crossed more than 1000 km within a week.

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