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  • Q. How is Suzuki Intruder?

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    Swapnil
    Swapnil | 3 weeks ago

    I own Suzuki Intruder and riding it from past 1 and half years. First of all, the price paid is pretty much worthy for a bike, as my Intruder gives a mileage of 46 kmpl. I had 51 kmpl after the first service, and now it varies from 45-48 kmpl. The comfort is very nice in the city, but when you ride on highways for long drives continuously, you may find it a bit uncomfortable, light-weight and less powerful. For that reason, Suzuki has always presented it as a modern city cruiser and it justifies what the company claims.Looks of this bike are highly subjective and I have seen folks owning Royal Enfield bikes make fun of this for its looks, but some RE owners have also enquired curiously about the bike as they liked its lightweight body for city traffic (I found the folks who commented on the looks of this bike had comparatively less technical knowledge about bikes than those who are genuine bike lovers). I personally don't like/admire the over usage of plastic to design its tank and silencers, but it appears dashboard fibre (which has added to the mileage). However, I have also observed that the bike's looks do not go with all personalities and bike looks weird on many riders.The service costs are comparatively lesser than other cruisers as well and that adds to the value of the price paid. Parts (such as light bulbs) installed in this bike are average and the worst part is having the DRL halogen bulb always on the battery and not controllable by the (red) Engine start/stop switch. Pilion seat looks very small but is enough for anyone to sit there, although, a tall and a healthy person may find uncomfortable to sit on the pillion seat. The pillion shocker has good settings which can be adjusted to hard and soft (1-5 scale) and is very well on the softest setting.This bike runs and performs best with the air pressure of 29-36 (f-b) as recommended by the company and a regular dusting can take it a long way. I personally find it very good, value for money and a different bike on the road. 4 out of 5 stars, and I would recommend this bike to anyone who is looking for a bike for utility and daily commute.

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    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    The Intruder 150 is powered by the same 154.9cc air-cooled petrol engine seen on the Gixxer 150 but in a slightly different tune. It produces 14.14PS at 8000 rpm and 14Nm at 6000rpm. The motor has a slightly different state of tune owing to a larger air intake, airbox and tuned exhaust. It is mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox borrowed from the Gixxer but with a larger rear sprocket for low-end performance. It has a fuel tank of 11 litres and weighs about 148kg, 8kg more than the Gixxer. Braking is done by disc brakes fitted at both ends. - Suzuki Intruder FI ABS: Performance Test Review: https://www.zigwheels.com/reviews-advice/reviews/suzuki-intruder-fi-abs-performance-test-review/30776/ - Suzuki Intruder 150 Performance Test Review: https://www.zigwheels.com/reviews-advice/reviews/suzuki-intruder-150-performance-test-review/29819/

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Q. What is engine power of Suzuki Intruder?
A. The engine power of Suzuki Intruder is 14.8 PS @ 8000 rpm.
Q. How many gears available in Suzuki Intruder?
A. There are 5 Speed gears available in Suzuki Intruder.
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