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Suzuki Gixxer SF to launch in Nepal next month

Suzuki Gixxer SF Nepal

Suzuki’s fully faired 155 cc motorcycle is looking to have a strong start in Nepal this festive season.

Apart from Bajaj Pulsar trio, Suzuki Gixxer SF is also getting ready to enter Nepal in the first week of August. The India made fully faired motorcycle is based on the Gixer 155 cc street fighter which has emerged as the best selling Suzuki in the neighboring country.

Suzuki Gixxer SF Nepal

Suzuki Gixxer SF essentially a fully faired version of Gixxer street fighter.

Recovering from a disastrous Earth quake, Nepal is looking forward to a positive festive season which is always conducive for vehicles sales, just like in India. Gixxer SF will be imported and distributed throughout Nepal by VG Suzuki.

The stylish fully faired motorcycle’s signature headlamp design is inspired by iconic superbikes such as GSX-1000R and Hayabusa. Available in a limited edition Suzuki MotoGp livery and regular black, the motorcycle is sure to catch the fancy of young customers.

The single-cylinder 155 cc air-cooled engine is tuned to delivers a healthy 14.8 PS and 14 Nm of torque. Transmission is a 5-speed unit with 1-down-4-up shifting pattern.

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Just like in India, Gixxer SF will command a premium over the regular model in Nepal.

Underpinned by a diamond tubular frame, Gixxer SF employs front telescopic fork and rear mono suspension. The sweet handling machine comes shod with 100/80-17 front and 140/60R-17 rear tubeless tyres. While the front wheel is retarded by a disc brake, rear makes do with conventional drum.

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