The Japanese motorcycle manufacturer has added a “Glass Sparkle Black” colour to the available options of the V-Strom 650 XT.
The Gixxer SF 250 can be a great choice as a beginner’s motorcycle.
The leaked images indicate that the Japanese motorcycle manufacturer has reworked the bike’s gearbox.
The automakers in 2016 said they were exploring a partnership, citing technological challenges and the need to keep up with consolidation in the global auto industry.
Among the accessories on offer are a pair of saddlebags, which can be mounted off on the sides of the pillion seat and can help store extra luggage.
The Gixxer 250 was launched soon after the company introduced the MotoGP editions of the Gixxer SF and the Gixxer SF 250.
The Gixxer SF 250 MotoGP edition can be purchased with a premium of Rs 801 over the standard Gixxer SF 250.
Suzuki, known for its Swift and Baleno compact models, is bracing for subdued growth this year in India, where roughly one in two cars sold carries its brand.
Apart from aesthetic upgrades, the scooter remains mechanically unchanged.
The car was raised by 150mm from its standard avatar, so it gets a ground clearance of 360mm.
The Gixxer SF now gets the company’s MotoGP livery with the signature Suzuki Racing Blue colour with ‘Ecstar’ decals on both sides.
The new version comes with all black alloy wheels, beige coloured leatherette seat and round shaped chrome mirrors to make the rider stand apart in the crowd.
The new bike looks sharper now with the wings running more smoothly from the tank.
The 2019 Gixxer retains its muscular design, though it gets a new, beefier fuel tank and sharper tank extensions.
It is expected that Gixxer 250 will be to the Gixxer SF 250 what the current Gixxer is to the Gixxer SF 155.
Most of these accessories are for aesthetic purposes, but some are functional too
The bike weighs in at an impressive 161 kg at the kerb and has a seat height of 800 mm.
The fully faired sports bike will be called Gixxer SF 250. It will directly compete with the likes of the Pulsar RS200, the KTM RC 200 and the Honda CBR250R.
The new motorcycle will be sold under the Gixxer SF 250 moniker and will be the company’s fully faired offering in the quarter-litre segment.
Though the details of the upcoming two-wheeler are unknown, there are certain assumptions which can be made.
While details about the interior are still under wraps, it is expected that the Glanza will only get aesthetically different interiors from the Baleno.
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Except for the addition of two new colour schemes, the bike remains largely unchanged.
The recall affects vehicles running for four years or less that have not yet received a routine check-up.
The alliance will help Maruti to avoid an existential crisis that it may face as soon India gets ready for for electric mobility.