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  • Q. How is the gear shift quality on Suzuki Gixxer SF 250?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 7 months ago

    Suzuki Gixxer 250 SF is powered by a one-of-a-kind oil-cooled engine. This 249cc single-cylinder engine is a purely oil-cooled motor with no fins on the cylinder block. The engine churns out 26.5PS and 22.2Nm mated to a 6-speed gearbox. The 6-speed gearbox feels really slick, slotting positively every time you need it to. Made with supreme tractability in mind rather than outright performance, this motor feels strong at slow speeds, and can carry speeds as low as 30-35kmph in 5th gear. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride for a better understanding of performance and comfort. Click on the link and select your desired city for dealership details.

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  • Q. Should I go with Dominor 400 or Suzuki Gixxer SF 250. If i am considering the build quality, Engine quality and a bit of touring but not more than 250km a day.
    Debopriyo
    Debopriyo | 1 year ago

    Japanese bikes are revolutionary machines. Their any product particularly. The built, ergonomics (very imp), the mechanicals - the most important for better performance are umatchable. Gxr250 is an amazing machine. Within the city 5 gears are fantastic, once higjway comes the 6th gear shows the potential of the engine. Easily cruising at 120 kmps with pillion.And the engine is patented.When you think of rx100, RD 350 you understand what amount of RnD they do to make superb products that last a lifetime. Think and decide

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  • Q. Please suggest me a bike for daily office commute of 60 kms and on weekend around 400 kms on highway. my preference is comfort over power but not to underpowered, i have in mind few bikes like FZ25 , RTR 2004v, Gixxer sf250,RE himalayan, which bike would you guys suggest?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    Among the selected options, we would suggest you to go with the Royal Enfield Himalyan as the bike continues to outshine the rivals as an all-rounder. Not only the bike has brilliant off-roading credentials, it comes across as an excellent city slicker. The seat is nicely scooped for the rider and is very comfortable even if you ride for longer hours. The Himalayan gets a 14-litre fuel tank. The brand claims a range of 400 to 500km on a tank full, which sounds good for distance riding. As for the engine, the all-new, air-cooled, 411cc single-cylinder engine feels very refined and churns out 24.8PS of power and 32Nm of torque. The fuel efficiency figures are good enough for someone to want to buy the Himalayan as his daily ride as well. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride of the bike for a better knowledge of comfort and maneuverability. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details.Read More: - Royal Enfield Himalayan BS6: Road Test Review

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    Suzuki Gixxer SF 250 Overview

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    • Well i am the 1st buyer of sf 250 motogp in my state.There is no better bike than sf 250 in the quarter litre sportbike segment.This bike is solely responsible for uprooting honda cbr from the indian market.As i have owned a cbr 250 also, I can easily say sf 250 is much better.The engine is smoother n more refined, Looks much better than cbr n ktm rcs which look too bad after the bs6 update.Only r15 v3 is close to the looks but v3 is ridiculously expensive as a 150 cc bike.Coming to the performance, It is gonna be 2 yrs now from the date of purchase n this bike never had any major or minor breakdown apart from the battery issue in lockdown.It can be easily used for your daily city rides.With a ground clearance of 165 mm, It absorbs the bumps smoothly.N on a track or even on highway, you can touch 150 easily on the speedometer.I have even gone to the beach side of my state riding it for 4 hrs.N have not felt any pain.With the stock tyres of mrf revz, It is the best bike as rcs also come with the same stock tyre now after the bs6 update n r15 v3 n even ninja 300 have mrf zappers as stock tyres which will last for hardly 2 yrs.The only bike better than it is rr 310 which has become a dreambike after the bs6 update but the only reason i didnt buy it was the unavailability of the blue colour.Finally, I must conclude that my biggest satisfaction came when my mom could sit on the sf 250 comfortably that she could never do on the cbr for 6 yrs.

    • The best part about this bike is the price segment, Not too costly and not too cheap. Better in performance than cheaper bikes and a bit lacking from costlier ones. Maintenance is 1000 rupees for 5k km and mileage depends on the rider but the least this bike gives is 30.This means the total cost of maintaining this bike over 5 years is cheaper than what you would spend on your riding gear and accessories and coolant price of other bikes. The spares are not readily available but will arrive after ordering. This bike is exported to Japan, Russia, and other eastern countries. Suzuki has to improve the visor and also the dealership and service network badly. Their exit may be caused if they don't get alert.

    • I have recently brought this bike performance wise its wonderful the engine is unique in the way it performs in mid range tractibility is amazing and then the pull to the top end. I usually drive not more than 70 to 80 kmpl it stays between 35 to 50 maximum time and the mileage i am getting is 25 to 30 kmpl.Seating comfort is nice too no pain whatsoever loved it the led front ones are very bright 👍 styling is good but could have been more fantastic overall it's been a great bike for me.

    • Stock standard the bike sucks on performance i will be taking the bike in to get a 3mm bigger exhaust manifold/ header and a proper exhaust can /pipe.And reflash ecu and then will put it on dyno.The bike can only do 147 khm max speed / true speed as and the hp isn't 26 its 24.9 so suzuki is playing games and 3.Have been tested in south africa.Weigh 65 kgs i have tested the bike on flat roads an high ways.Suzukis claims aren't true unless we had duud bikes here.

    • I own this bike for last 1 year. Travel about 75 kms daily. Its a monster machine , value for money, pick-up & styling are 'A' class. A little working on REAR BREAKS is required as they are inconsistent . PS: SUZUKI should appoint a better efficient dealers in kolkata...'CHANDRANI SUZUKI ' , & ' ANIMESH SUZUKI ' both dealers are useless people.

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