Suzuki GS150R Review

The Suzuki GS150R has been launched in India following the release of other bikes like Heat and Zeus. The 150cc segment in India has seen the launch of several exceptional bikes and these include Yamaha YZF R15 and the FZ16. The launch of Suzuki GS150R is expected to create quite a competition among the different 150cc bikes.

Suzuki GS150R

Suzuki GS150R Specifications

The Suzuki GS150R review indicates that the bike has a 149cc single cylinder 4-stroke SOHC engine. This engine can deliver power of 13.8 bhp at 8500 rpm along with peak torque of 13.4 Nm at 6000 rpm. The length 2095mm and the width of the bike is 775mm while its height is 1120mm. The bike has 6 manual gears.

The Suzuki GS150R comes with telescopic oil damped coil spring front suspension and swing arm type coil spring rear suspension. The bike also has hydraulic single disc front brakes and 130mm rear drum brakes. The bike weighs 134 kgs and has a ground clearance of 160mm. The fuel tank limit of the bike is 15.50 litres and the bike has a wheelbase of 1340mm. The bike has engine balancer technology and this ensures that vibrations are minimised. The brake system is also top grade and the bike remains firm even in the event of hard braking.

Suzuki GS150R Mileage

The bike can deliver mileage of around 48 km/litre in the city while the mileage on the highway is around 55 km/litre.

Suzuki GS150R Features

The bike has wide handlebar and is equipped with an extremely comfortable seating position. The saddle may seem quite high for pillion. The bike has red back light for instrumentation and is equipped with digital speedometer and it also has chrome ringed tachometer that has bold lettering.

Suzuki GS150R Price and design variations

The starting price of the bike is Rs70000 and it is available in a single design variation.

Suzuki GS150R Colors

The bike is available in four colors and these include pearl nebular black, candy max orange, candy dark greenish blue and metallic flint grey.

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Tim Webbar on August 14th 2010 in Bike Reviews, Suzuki

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