Suzuki Gs150r


The new Suzuki GS150R is a eye candy. The bike was launched in January 2009. The bike looks macho, with the predecessors like GSX 1000 and GSX 1300 this bike looks pretty same with the graphics and the design. The bike looks awesome from the side view with a good aerodynamic tank setup. The side indicators are very well designed, in fact they have shock absorbers to get through bumpy roads without breaking the indicators. The side mirrors are also well positioned to get the perfect ride view.

I recommend this bike for people who:-

1. Are willing to ride most of the time with a pillion
2. Are willing to ride for long distances
3. Are willing to ride without shifting problems
4. Are willing to go for a pleasure ride

Specifications of the Suzuki gs150r:-

Dimensions And Dry Mass
Fuel Tank Capacity (L) 15.5
Overall Length (mm) 2,095
Overall Width (mm) 775
Overall Height (mm) 1,120
Wheelbase (mm) 1,340
Ground Clearance (mm) 160
Seat Height (mm) 790
Dry Weight (kg) 134
Curb Mass (kg) 149
Type 4-stroke, Air-cooled, SOHC
Bore x Stroke (mm) 57.0 x 58.6
Displacement (cm3) 149.5
Max Power 13.8bhp@8,500rpm
Max Torque 13.4Nm@6,000rpm
Compression Ratio 9.35:1
Carburetor BS26 with TPS
Ignition CDI
Transmission 6-speed (1-down, 5-up)
Starting Electric & kick

Front Telescopic, Coil Spring, Oil Damped
Rear Swing arm Type Coil Spring, Oil and Damped

Front Hydraulic single disc
Rear Drum

Tyre Size
Front 2.75-18 42P
Rear 100/90-18 M/C 56P

1. Good acceleration and top speed
2. Good sporty look
3. Disc brakes works better than the pulsars
4. 6th gear advantage for smooth riding
5. Soft suspension for long rides

1. price tag
2. Excess addons that are not required
3. Small back Tyre, not grippy
4. Mileage is a problem with the six speed transmission
5. Color variations are very low
6. Marketing is poor
8. After sales services, not up to the mark

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