Suzuki Gixxer DD

Engine154.90 cc
Maximum Power14.8ps@8000 rpm
Maximum Torque14 Nm @ 6000 rpm
Mileage64.00 Kmpl
Topspeed120.00 Kmph

Tk 229,500

Full Specification of Suzuki Gixxer DD

Suzuki Gixxer DD Bike Ratings by Visitors


Total: 5
Design 98%
Comfort 96%
Control 98%
Fuel 94%
Price 94%

1=Poor, 5=Average, 10=Best

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