Kolkata, September 5, 2016: Suzuki Motorcycle India Private Limited (SMIPL), a subsidiary of one of the world’s leading two-wheeler manufacturers, Suzuki Motor Corporation, Japan, has launched an exclusive Special Edition of their flagship street sport naked and faired bikes – Gixxer SP and Gixxer SF SP today. Both, the Gixxer SP and Gixxer SF SP are available exclusively in the rear disc brake versions.
The Gixxer SP and Gixxer SF SP (Special) feature classic race inspired graphics with a unique Gixxer SP emblem to give them a classy look. They display a maroon coloured seat and are styled with clear lens LED tail lamps to complement the classy appeal. The stylish looks of the bikes are guaranteed to appeal to riders who enjoy the thrill of riding.
The Gixxer SP and the Gixxer SF SP will be available in Matt Fibroin Grey / Glass Sparkle Black (AR4) colour and will cost Rs. 83909 and Rs. 92262 respectively (Ex showroom, Kolkata).
According to Mr. Satoshi Uchida, Managing Director, SMIPL, “We are pleased to announce our latest Special Edition variants of the Gixxer and Gixxer SF, enabling us to expand our offerings in the Gixxer series. The Gixxer is one of our most successful and admired street sports bikes, known for its powerful performance, sporty style and it has been well accepted by the Indian youth. The SP editions of the Gixxer and the Gixxer SF stay committed to the exceptional performance and ability of the Gixxer and give an edgy look to the fashionable rider.”
The Gixxer SF-Fi fuel injected variant which was previously unveiled at the Auto Expo this year, will now be available at select cities and dealerships in the MotoGP edition colour.
ABOUT SUZUKI MOTORCYCLE INDIA PVT LTD (SMIPL)
Suzuki Motorcycle India Private Limited is a subsidiary of Suzuki Motor Corporation, Japan wherein they have the same manufacturing philosophy of PRODUCTS WITH SUPERIOR VALUE right from the inception. SMIPL manufactures two-wheelers best suited for the valuable Indian customers. The Company started its India operation in February, 2006.