Suzuki GS 150R

Wednesday, March 3, 2010 at 11:04 AM

The newly designed 4-stroke, air-cooled, SOHC engine of Suzuki GS 150 R pumps out a maximum power of 13.8 bhp @ 8500 rpm and a peak torque of 13.4Nm @ 6000 rpm. The bike promises to provide good fuel efficiency, with its mileage touted to be around 50-55 km/l. Its engine has been coupled with 6-speed transmission. The cutting-edge Engine Balancer technology of GS 150 R aims at providing a comfortable and smooth ride to its occupants, especially when it comes to city driving.
Suzuki GS 150 R is both attractive and powerful. It sports aerodynamic LED tail light and integrated rear turn signals. The imposing fuel tank adds to the dynamic appearance of the bike. The stylish headlight, with in-built positioning light, of GS 150 R gives it a distinct look, seen in the international super bike, GSX-R, manufactured by Suzuki.
The rear suspension of Suzuki GS 150 R features a separate oil reservoir, which facilitates the process of oil cooling in an effective manner. The bike sports digital speedometer, with dual modes. It also comes with eco-mode-equipped engine rpm indicator, which provides information about the optimum up-shift timing. Suzuki GS 150 R is available in four vibrant colors, including Candy Max Orange, Pearl Nebular Black Grey, Metallic Flint Grey and Candy Dark Greenish Blue.

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