Noting increased demand in the scooter segment in India, Suzuki Motorcycles India wishes to expand on their current lineup and launch six new products out of which 4 will be scooters. All of these 6 new two wheelers will be launched by the end of this year, starting with Gixxer 155 cc motorcycle next month.
Suzuki Gixxer will face much competition when it is launched on August 10, 2014 at an estimated price of INR 75,000. Suzuki’s target group for this bike is a younger and college going set of buyers along with young executives in the country.
Suzuki Inazuma 250Z special edition has been unveiled in UK receiving dual tones of Red/Black and Blue/Black. Priced at a premium over the standard version, the special edition gets distinctive cosmetic updates.
Suzuki Motorcycle India Ltd. is done inching into market with one product per segment. It will here onwards follow Maruti Suzuki’s footsteps and present new sub-segment products to rope in attention from wider audience. Expanding dealership network is key to selling as many bikes and scooters, which Suzuki is looking to perform as well.
Suzuki GB is making available a limited run of GSX-R600 Tyco Suzuki replicas in celebrating Guy Martin and WIlliam Dunlop’s ride at 2014 North West 200 and Isle of Man TT.
Suzuki Gixxer 150cc, the Suzuki Motorcycles India’s flagship model in the entry level 150 cc sports bike segment, is slated for launch in early July. Company dealers in Pune have opened bookings on a down payment of INR 5,000 while first consignments are scheduled to enter showrooms in early July.
Suzuki Inazuma was launched in January 2014 with a steep price tag for a 250cc motorcycle. Though inspired by Suzuki B-King naked bike, it houses a motor with not as impressive power and torque figures. Combined with this, and a high price point, Inazuma did not make for a sensible purchase at the time.
Made in India Suzuki Let’s automatic scooter is now launched in Nepal at an introductory starting price of NPR 1.57 lakhs (approx INR 98,184). At the launch event in Kathmandu, former Miss Nepal Sadikchhya Shrestha was present as a honorary guest.