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Suzuki Bikes Price in Nepal

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Rs. 1,78,900 to Rs. 3,29,900

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On March 16, 2019
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As much as I love Suzuki as a brand, it simply doesn’t have a much variation to offer. Most of their lineup is dominated by Suzuki Gixxer! If it isn’t a Gixxer, it shares something with a Gixxer. Personally, I have loved the Gixxer ever since its first launch, but Suzuki Nepal is relying too much on the Gixxer name. While it is somewhat reassuring that Suzuki is backing up the Gixxer name, it simply isn’t fair! What if I don’t want a motorcycle with the Gixxer Engine? What if I want a more powerful motorcycle? Despite being a Suzuki fan, the lack of variation forces me to look elsewhere. That’s where the Suzuki ultimately fails.If I had to choose a Suzuki Motorcycle, which one would I choose? At this point, it should be obvious. I’d choose the Suzuki Gixxer SP. Despite going on an endless rant, I still believe that Suzuki Gixxer is worth the money. It is a great value for money, given its awesome engine and performance. While some aspects of the motorcycle could've been improved, nonetheless, it is still a great motorcycle to buy!

Every motorcycle has a humble beginning, a starting point. And, the story of Suzuki is no different. The company had its humble beginning as a looming company, before being the masters of the motorcycles. Currently, Suzuki sits comfortably with legends like the Yamaha, Ducati, BMW, and so many others. But we aren’t here to talk about Suzuki’s history, are we?

Currently, VG Groups is the authorized distributors of Suzuki motorcycles in Nepal. Interestingly, the Suzuki bikes are limited in number. Especially, in comparison with the rival brands. Maybe it’s more of a quality over quantity. Nevertheless, the addition of Suzuki Intruder, this brings the total count to three Suzuki bikes in Nepal.

Yes, you read the exact introduction paragraph in the Suzuki scooter price in Nepal. Am I that lazy to copy-paste the entire thing? Well, no. I did it to make a point. Maybe after reading the article, you might even say the same thing. Currently, Suzuki sells three motorcycles in Nepal, excluding the different available variants. Among the three, one is dedicated towards the commuter-segment while the remaining two is dedicated towards performance/commuter enthusiasts. Without further ado, here’s the complete list of Suzuki bikes price in Nepal along with its key specifications!

Suzuki Bikes in Nepal Price
Suzuki Hayate Rs. 178900
Suzuki Gixxer Rs. 274900
Suzuki Gixxer (Single Visor / Disc) Rs. 276900
Suzuki Gixxer SF (Old Model) Rs. 290900
Suzuki Gixxer SP Rs. 299900
Suzuki Intruder Rs. 329900
Suzuki Gixxer 155 (New Model) Rs. 315000
Suzuki Gixxer SF Rs. 368900
Suzuki Gixxer SF (MotoGP Edition) Rs. 372900
Suzuki Gixxer 250 Rs. 461900
Suzuki Gixxer SF 250 Rs. 496900
Suzuki Gixxer SF 250 (MotoGP Edition) Rs. 499900

Suzuki Bikes Price in Nepal


Suzuki Hayate

Let’s start off the list with Suzuki Hayate. It’s a 110cc commuter motorcycle dedicated for the hard-working commuters like office-goers and middle-aged buyers. The new improvements include the new decals and paint schemes, extended wheelbase, longer seat, new preload-adjustable rear springs, tubeless tires, and a maintenance-free battery.

Since the target demography consists of the commuters, you just get a basic working motorcycle. Moreover, you’ll notice that the price is exceptionally low, even for a commuter segment motorcycle. With Suzuki’s refined engine and superior performance, Suzuki Hayate gives you all that at an affordable price!

However, you do get some downside like lack of decent features and options. For example, you get an analog instrument cluster, drum brakes with no disc brake option. Hold on a sec! 2019 motorcycle with both drum brakes? That’s just completely insane! Yes, as a commuter, you don’t really care about features, but Suzuki Hayate really tries to test that theory.

On a personal note, I don’t recommend out-right buying the Suzuki Hayate, given its lack of features. Suzuki Hayate isn’t bad per se, but it lacks necessary features make it less compelling to purchase in 2019.

Suzuki Hayate Key Specifications

  • Displacement:  113cc
  • Mileage: 60 kmpl
  • Max Power: 8.30 PS@ 7500rpm
  • Torque: 9.3 NM @ 5000rpm
  • Top Speed: 90kmph
  • No. of gears: 4
  • Braking: Drums Only
  • Fuel tank: 10.5L
  • Kerb weight(kg): ‎107

Suzuki Hayate Price in Nepal: Rs. 1,78,900

Pros Cons
Affordable 110cc Motorcycle No Front Disc Option!
Attractive and Stylish Motorcycle Too Simple

Suzuki Gixxer

Do I even need to tell you about the Suzuki Gixxer? It has been the motorcycle keeping Suzuki on the map for years. Plus, it’s an amazing motorcycle with backed up with some good features. Officially, it replaced the legendary GS150R, all the while overtaking the rest, to be one of the best 150cc motorcycles in Nepal. So, how popular is the Suzuki Gixxer in Nepal? Starting off, there are currently four different variants of the Gixxer available. It has been produced from a naked version to a fully-faired version. Although the difference between the variants is just limited to the visual appeal.

So, what’s the difference between Suzuki Gixxer or Suzuki Gixxer SP or Suzuki Gixxer SF?

Mechanically, each host the same ever-green 155cc Suzuki engine. Visually, each has a unique paint scheme and sporty design. Moreover, the Gixxer SP is the first among the Gixxer variant to get the ABS update. In the end, the difference is more-or-less visual with a minor difference in features.

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Let’s list out all the good things about the Gixxer. Other than the sporty graphics, you also get ABS (SP-variant), Rear-Disc brake, robust engine, all-digital instrument cluster, and 7-step adjustable rear mono-shock. However, there’s a “but”… Despite the revamping some of the new features, you simply can’t just ignore the dated design. For example, the outdated front Halogen Lamps? Moreover, being one of the popular Suzuki motorcycles in Nepal, Suzuki is playing ‘safe’ with the design. If it’s good, why fix it? Sure, it looks good, but it lacks that special punch of sportiness.

Suzuki Gixxer Key Specifications

  • Displacement: 154.9cc
  • Mileage: 45kmpl
  • Max Power:14.6 PS @ 8000rpm
  • Torque: 14 Nm @ 6000rpm
  • Top Speed: 115kmph
  • No. of gears: 5
  • Braking: Disc/Drum (ABS Optional)
  • Fuel tank: 12L
  • Kerb Weight(kg): ‎135

Suzuki Gixxer Price in Nepal: Rs. 2,74,900 (Base Variant)

Other Variants:

  • Suzuki Gixxer (Single Visor / Disc) Price in Nepal: Rs. 2,76,900
  • Suzuki Gixxer SF Price in Nepal: Rs. 2,90,900
  • Suzuki Gixxer SP Price in Nepal: Rs. 2,99,900

Note: As of this writing, Suzuki Gixxer SF has been discontinued. There is no official word if it will be available in the future. But the rumors suggest that it has been removed to make room for Suzuki Gixxer 250.

Pros Cons
Best-in-class Engine Performance Halogen Headlamps
Informative Instrument Cluster Slightly Out-Dated Design
Best-in-class Mileage Uncomfortable Pillon Seat

Suzuki Intruder

For so long, Bajaj Avenger series has been the go-to as the best cruiser motorcycles. But that’s about to change with Suzuki Intruder!

At first glance, the Suzuki Intruder looks an aggressive cruiser with a masculine design. Visually, it takes huge inspiration from the M1800R. Moreover, Suzuki Intruder 150 proudly hosts a front single-channel ABS, which is lacking in the Bajaj Avenger lineup.

Talking about the performance, the Suzuki Intruder shares its performance with its sibling, the Suzuki Gixxer. Likewise, most of the parts have been directly lifted from Gixxer including the instrument cluster, engine and among others. It’s like a modified cruiser version of the Suzuki Gixxer.

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What’s the difference between Suzuki Intruder and Suzuki Gixxer?

Nothing much, really. You get the same engine, same instrument cluster, same suspension, same alloy wheels, same… well, you get the point. However, the difference comes in with the style of riding and design. While Gixxer is a naked-bike for street riding, Intruder is a dedicated Cruiser. And, you get Suzuki’s perfectly implemented the cruiser design match alongside Gixxer’s well-know the performance. That’s why you pay extra for the Suzuki Intruder.

Suzuki Intruder 150 Key Specifications

  • Displacement: 154.9 cc
  • Maximum Power: 14.6 BHP @ 8000rpm
  • Maximum Torque: 14 Nm @ 6000rpm
  • Mileage: 40-50 kmpl
  • No Of Gears: 5
  • Braking: Disc (with ABS)
  • Fuel Tank: 14 liters

Suzuki Intruder 150 Price in Nepal: Rs. 3,29,900

Pros Cons
Excellent Styling with Superior Build Same Engine as Suzuki Gixxer
Excellent Comfort on Longer Rides Slightly Expensive for 150cc Motorcycle

Suzuki Gixxer 155

As you might already know, Suzuki recently launched the all-new 2019 Suzuki Gixxer 155 in Nepal. As expected, there were raving reviews about the “new design”, praising Suzuki for their imagination. It comes from a reliable brand putting out good performance thanks to the Fi-Engine!

Talking about the “big changes”, you will see a new headlamp, new taillamp, muscular fuel tank, new and sharper fuel tank extension. Likewise, you will get an all-LED instrument cluster, which was again seen in 2019 Suzuki Gixxer SF 150.

By the way, Suzuki Gixxer SF 150 is the faired version of the Gixxer 155, which looks so much better in comparison.

Personally, I am a tad bit disappointed. I think the design is good, but I was expecting something more.

This was supposed to be a complete design overhaul, right? So, why does the uncomfortable pillion seat make a comeback yet again? Ironically, it’s even smaller than before! Suzuki could have adjusted a slightly more or at least made it a little more comfortable.

2019 Suzuki Gixxer 155 Key Specifications

  • Displacement: 154.9cc
  • Mileage: 45-50kmpl
  • Max Power:14.1 PS @ 8000rpm
  • Torque: 14 Nm @ 6000rpm
  • Top Speed: 115kmph
  • No. of gears: 5
  • Braking: Disc (Single-Channel ABS)
  • Fuel tank: 12L
  • Kerb Weight(kg): ‎146kg

2019 Suzuki Gixxer 155 Price in Nepal: Rs. 3,15,000

2019 Suzuki Gixxer SF Price in Nepal: Rs. 3,68,900

2019 Suzuki Gixxer SF Price in Nepal (MotoGP Edition): Rs. 3,72,900

Pros Cons
Best-in-class FI-Engine Performance Awkward Pillion Seat
Informative Instrument Cluster
True Value for Money

Suzuki Gixxer SF 250

Suzuki Gixxer SF 250 is drastically different, in term of design, engine, and performance. It’s a first-ever Suzuki 250cc motorcycle to enter Nepal, offering so much for the price.

Moreover, the list of features includes all LED lights, Dual-channel ABS, new Instrument Cluster, and Fully Faired Design. Other perks include a 12-liter fuel tank, telescopic, coil spring, oil damped unit front suspension and swing arm type, monoshock unit rear suspension.

Yes, the design of both 150cc and 250cc are very familiar. On a normal day, people might even confuse one with another. However, the difference is more apparent in terms of power output.

Basically, you get more power in 250cc engine over then 150cc engine. Other than that, everything is pretty muc h the same. Likewise, Suzuki Gixxer SF 250 is available in three variants: SF, SF (MotoGP Edition), and the naked version.

2019 Suzuki Gixxer SF 250 Key Specifications

  • Displacement: 249cc
  • Mileage: 30kmpl
  • Max Power: 26.5 PS @ 9000rpm
  • Torque: 22.6Nm @ 7500rpm
  • Top Speed: n/a
  • No. of gears: 6
  • Braking: Dual Disc (Dual-Channel ABS)
  • Fuel tank: 12L
  • Kerb Weight(kg): ‎161kg

2019 Suzuki Gixxer SF 250 Price in Nepal: Rs. 4,96,900

2019 Suzuki Gixxer SF 250 Price in Nepal (MotoGP Edition): Rs. 4,99,900

2019 Suzuki Gixxer 250 Price in Nepal (Naked Version): Rs. 4,61,900

Pros Cons
Best-in-class FI-Engine Performance Awkward Pillion Seat
Informative Instrument Cluster
Best-in-class Design!

Which Suzuki Motorcycle Should You Buy?

As much as I love Suzuki as a brand, it simply doesn’t have a much variation to offer. Most of their lineup is dominated by Suzuki Gixxer! If it isn’t a Gixxer, it shares something with a Gixxer. Personally, I have loved the Gixxer ever since its first launch, but Suzuki Nepal is relying too much on the Gixxer name. While it is somewhat reassuring that Suzuki is backing up the Gixxer name, it simply isn’t fair! What if I don’t want a motorcycle with the Gixxer Engine? What if I want a more powerful motorcycle? Despite being a Suzuki fan, the lack of variation forces me to look elsewhere. That’s where the Suzuki ultimately fails.

If I had to choose a Suzuki Motorcycle, which one would I choose? At this point, it should be obvious. I’d choose the Suzuki Gixxer SP. Despite going on an endless rant, I still believe that Suzuki Gixxer is worth the money. It is a great value for money, given its awesome engine and performance. While some aspects of the motorcycle could’ve been improved, nonetheless, it is still a great motorcycle to buy!


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