Suzuki Gixxer DD

Tk 229,500



Suzuki Gixxer DD Full Specifications

Engine & transmission

Type4-stroke, 1-cylinder, Air-cooled
Engine cc154.90 cc
Maxpower14.8ps@8000 rpm
Max torque14 Nm @ 6000 rpm
Engine bore56.00 mm
Stroke62.90 mm
Cooling SystemAir Cooled
Gears5
Starting MethodKick and Self Start

Body

Length2050 mm
Width785 mm
Height1030 mm
Seat Height780 mm
Wheelbase1330 mm
Ground Clearance160 mm
Fuel Tank12.00 liter
Weight135 kg

Brakes, wheels & suspension

Suspension FrontTelescopic
Suspension RearSwing Arm, Mono Suspension
Wheel Front TypeAlloy
Wheel Rear TypeAlloy
Tire Front100/80 - 17 - Tubeless
Tire Rear140/60R - 17 - Radial Tubeless
Brake FrontDisc
Brake RearDisc

Electricals

BatteryMaintenance free 12V, 3Ah
Head Lamp12V 35/35W
Pass SwitchYes

Performance

Mileage64.00 Kmpl
Topspeed120.00 Kmph

Features

SpeedometerDigital
Fuel IndicatorYes
Seat TypeSingle
Handle TypeStandard

Others

ColorsBlack, Red, Blue

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