We experience Suzuki's updated 150cc full faired motorcycle at the Buddh International Circuit.May 22, 2019
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Very beautiful bike, Good stability, Refined engine, No vibration, Good mileage good power.At cheap rate.
If you like sports bike, Then suzuki gixxer sf will not be a wrong choice.There is a bit lack of comfort if you are not accustomed with sporty seating posture.
I have a problem of tappet noise.Whenever the bike heats up.There is an awkward noise like tik tik whenever i accelerate the bike.Styling is good but i feel performance could be better along with the stock windshield which i feel is too short.
Its a great bike.And i love this gixxet very much.I suggest everyone to buy this.It has a great balance and a very good milage.
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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.
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.👍
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.
well I have recently purchased this bike on 10th of November, so haven't tested the mileage yet but I have fuelled up this bike for ₹500 and ridden this bike for 210 km after and the fuel meter show fuel % just 1 point less than the half meter so I guess the mileage is good but will test it in the long run, and I really love this bike while riding it, its stable have a good low to mid end performance is a bit nimble in traffic but it doesn't give that smile on your face while riding Apache 160/200 4v, it more feels like a comuter bike while riding like a linear power delivery system than giving a whole power at the start and maintaining that power till the end of the middle end and Suzuki can work on their gear box as well cause apache has a much much much smoother gear box, but overall this bike is good and you won't be disappointed when riding this bike everyday, it will not bring that smile but it won't make you fell disappointed as well, as this is one of those bike that make most of the head turn
I’m using Suzuki Gixxer SF Fi ABS since 27th Sep 2017, about (38000km) and the bike feels so amazing to ride and confident in cornering that it makes you push it more. And yes, of course, the bike is awesome for touring long-distance while continue riding. The last tour which I completed on it is from India to Nepal 4 days tour covering about 1800 km and guess what no back pain no discomfort “I ride the bike all alone. (Tour was of 29 Dec 2018 to 01 Jan 2019)Mileage with power great combo. As we are maintaining the speed of 85–90 km/ hrs and my Gixxer never disappoints me in mileage, power, comfort and style. Whenever we were stopped by Nepal Police they get excited about my Gixxer like it is some superbike for them an awesome experience. The route in Nepal is made on valley so power is required to maintain and my Gixxer never disappoints me.