Suzuki launched their new 155cc motorcycle- the Gixxer. The looks of the motorcycle is inspired by the legendary GSX-R sports bike and the bike borrows many traits from this elder sibling. For example the styling of the end can of the exhaust is similar to the GSX-R which also gets dual exhausts. The bike boasts of a headlamp with bikini fairing and gets a digital speedometer. The tank has been well-chiseled complementing the muscular naked look and is capable of holding 12 litres of fuel. The Suzuki Gixxer features telescopic forks at the front and a single-shock suspension with aluminium swing-arm at the rear. The motorcycle is equipped with a disc brake at the front and a drum brake at the rear. The alloy wheels get a special Y shape while the bike also boasts of a wide 140/60R tyre at the rear and 100/80 size tyre at the front. Both are 17 inch in size and tubeless. Suzuki Gixxer has four-stroke single cylinder air-cooled 155cc engine that produces 14.6 bhp of power and 14Nm of torque. This motor comes mated to a five-speed manual gearbox, unlike the GS150R which gets a six-speed transmission. The motorcycle Suzuki Gixxer gets an electric start like other bikes in the segment and a carburetted fuel system. However, the two-wheeler is equipped with SEP (Suzuki Eco Performance) technology which, the company claims, helps to deliver both good performance as well as fuel efficiency. The Suzuki Gixxer will be available in five colours- metallic triton blue, grey metallic, candy antares red, peal mirage white and glass sparkle black. Suzuki Gixxer with the Hero Extreme, Yamaha FZ, Honda Trigger and Bajaj Pulsar 150 in the 150 cc Indian market.