Suzuki Gixxer gets new colours, Bluetooth connectivity

    Both Gixxer and Gixxer 250 get updates along with revised pricing.

    Published On Feb 08, 2023 01:27:00 PM

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    Suzuki India has launched the updated Gixxer, Gixxer SF, Gixxer 250 and Gixxer SF 250. The updates include new colourways and the ‘Suzuki Ride Connect’ Bluetooth connectivity system.

    1. New colours introduced across the Gixxer, Gixxer 250 range
    2. Bluetooth connectivity introduced for the first time
    3. Suzuki Gixxer 250’s price hiked by Rs 14,000

    Suzuki Gixxer range: new colours

    The Suzuki Gixxer as well as the Gixxer 250 ranges have received a new set of colours, of which the Metallic Matte Stellar Blue on the Gixxer 250 naked looks striking. The Gixxer SF 250 is also available in matte colours, but the most attractive option is the now-defunct Suzuki MotoGP team colours.

    Suzuki Gixxer range: Bluetooth connectivity

    The other significant update that the Suzuki Gixxer range has received is the Suzuki Ride Connect. Using a dedicated app, riders can pair their smartphone and receive incoming call and SMS alerts as well as turn-by-turn navigation details. This is a similar system to what we’ve seen in the Suzuki V-Strom SX and even the Access 125, Avenis and Burgman Street EX get Bluetooth connectivity.

    Suzuki Gixxer range: price

    Thanks to these updates, the prices of the Gixxer series have gone up. The Gixxer street naked, for instance, is dearer by Rs 7,000 and now costs Rs 1.40 lakh. The Gixxer SF, meanwhile, is priced at Rs 1.45 lakh, an increase of about Rs 8,000.

    The Gixxer 250, on the other hand, will set you back by Rs 1.95 lakh and that’s a significant bump of Rs 14,000. The Gixxer SF 250’s price has gone up by Rs 10,000 and now costs Rs 2.02 lakh.

     

    *All prices, ex-showroom, Delhi

     

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