Suzuki Gixxer SF could be a good option if you are looking for a daily commuter with good handling, stability, comfort and decent mileage figures. Moreover, if you are looking for a more powerful bike, then the Pulsar RS200 beats it in comfort aspect. For more check out the first ride review of Suzuki Gixxer SF.
| 7 months ago
| 10 months ago
@ Zigwheels | Suzuki Gixxer SF could be a good option if you are looking for a daily commuter with good handling, stability, comfort and decent mileage figures. Moreover, if you are looking for a more powerful bike, then the Pulsar RS200 beats it in comfort aspect. For more check out the first ride review of Suzuki Gixxer SF.
The Yamaha YZF R15 V3 has been offered with a frugal engine, better ergonomics, a dual channel ABS, a slipper clutch and a VVT technology which makes the R15 better option in terms of performance. Moreover, the R15 also gets a low weight which makes it an unstoppable contender. The new YZF R15 V 3.0 adopts a new Deltabox frame with superb rigidity balance. In terms of performance, the Suzuki Gixxer SF lacks behind the Yamaha YZF R15 V3. The mileage of the Gixxer SF isn't tested yet however, the YZF R15 V3 provides an ARAI tested mileage of 48 Kmpl. In terms of performance, there is no match to the 155cc Yamaha's liquid-cooled engine which produces 19.3PS at 10,000rpm and 14.7Nm at 8500rpm with Variable Valve Actuation (VVA) used to make it a frugal competitor. Moreover, the R15 may be priced higher than the Suzuki Gixxer SF but it does truly justify it's worth. Moreover, we would suggest you take a test ride of both the bikes so that may get acquainted with the comfort, build quality, features and ride quality of the bikes.Click here for the Dealership: https://www.zigwheels.com/bikes/dealers
| 7 months ago
Go for Gixxer SF for price , mileage , maintenance, if you are looking speed and pickup i prefer R15
The air-cooled single-cylinder, fuel-injected engine in Suzuki Goxxer SF produces 14.1PS and returns a claimed fuel efficiency of 49.4kmpl. Gixxer SF features sharp and sporty styling, good fit & finish quality, single-channel ABS, all-digital instrument cluster, clip-on handlebars, a USB charger, good low & mid-range performance and much more which combined makes the bike a worthy purchase. Moreover, the resale value of the bike would depend on several factors like kilometres driven, condition of the bike, the number of owners, etc. thus, it would be unfair any verdict as of now. Also, we'd recommend taking a test ride of the bike in order to get acquainted with the performance and compatibility. Click on the following link for dealership details and select your city accordingly - Suzuki Bike Showrooms Read more:- 2019 Suzuki Gixxer SF: First Ride Review
| 7 months ago
I have 2017 last month model bs4 and till now get 48 to 52 milage so you can understand ‘it’s good
Among the lot, Honda CB Hornet 160R could be a better option for you as the bike is powered by a 162.71 cc engine that generates 15.09 PS of power with a decent claimed fuel efficiency of 42.85 km/l in the city and 52 km/l on highways. The claimed top sped of the Hornet 160R is 115 km/h. The naked-sports look and comfortable seating stance makes it a good commuter within the city and occasional long trips. Follow the link for more updates.
| 1 year ago
If you want performance r15 v3 is best option available in the market. If you want mixed package go for dixxer sf.If you oftenly do rides with pillion and want a fully faired bike then no doubt its the gixxer sf anyday.. As i am using it now and my mom can sit comfortably as a pillion.
The brand hasn't revealed mileage figures for Suzuki Gixxer SF BS6 yet. As there is no big difference in the performance of the bike as compared to the BS4 version. You may expect its mileage figures around 51kmpl(Claimed for BS4). Also, the mileage will depend on riding style and traffic conditions.
| 2 months ago
My bs4 vehicle gives me more than 45km/l when ridden sanely. bs6 should be more frugal.