Suzuki has recently launched the 2020 GSX-R150 MotoGP edition.
The company is all set to offer a MotoGP inspired livery on the GSX-R150.
To be available across Indonesia soon.
Suzuki has recently launched the 2020 GSX-R150 MotoGP Edition in Indonesia. The limited-edition 150cc bike has been launched by the company to celebrate the presence of Suzuki in Indonesia for the last 50 years as well its 100 year anniversary. It also celebrates the Suzuki Ecstar Team in MotoGP.
However, the 2020 Suzuki GSX-R150 MotoGP Edition comes painted in Solarize Silver and Triton Blue. Meanwhile, the graphics on the motorcycle are inspired by the MotoGP racing bike. Apart from the limited edition finishing the 2020 Suzuki GSX-R150 also gets three more color schemes including
Based on the twin-spar diamond frame it gets a telescopic fork at the front and a mono-shock unit at the rear. However, the features it has to offer are keyless ignition, LED headlamp and taillight, digital instrument cluster, hazard lights, aerodynamic design, split seat, raised windscreen, 17-inch alloy wheels, etc.
At the heart, the limited edition Suzuki GSX-R150 gets a 147.3cc fuel-injected, water-cooled engine. It produces 18.9HP @ 10,500 RPM with a peak torque of 14Nm @ 9000 RPM. The engine meanwhile, comes paired to a 6-speed transmission.
Pricing of the 2020 Suzuki GSX-R150 MotoGP edition starts at IDR 30,600,000. Meanwhile, the company has not announced anything regarding its launch in India yet.
Customers in India get the Suzuki Gixxer SF that is priced at Rs. 1.21 Lakh. However, the company is also offering a MotoGP variant on the all-new Gixxer SF that comes with a price tag of Rs. 1.22 Lakh.
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