Suzuki GSX-R150 & Suzuki GSX-S150 break cover at IMOS 2016

Posted on: Nov 5, 2016 - 4:26pm IST

Likely to be exclusive to Indonesia. 

Suzuki Motorcycles Indonesia has unveiled its latest edition to the growing GSX family – the Suzuki GSX-R150 and the Suzuki GSX-S150 – at IMOS 2016 (Indonesia Motorcycle Show) in Jakarta. They’re likely to be exclusive to the Indonesian market.

Suzuki GSX-R150 black front three quarter at IMOS 2016
The fairing borrows cues from the bigger GSX-R1000, and it comes equipped with LED headlights, keyless ignition, etc.

The Suzuki GSX-R150 measures 1,975 mm in length, 670 mm in width, 1,070 mm in height, has a wheelbase of 1,300 mm and ground clearance stands of 150 mm. The fairing borrows cues from the bigger GSX-R1000, and it comes equipped with LED headlights, keyless ignition, digital instrument console similar to the Suzuki Gixxer, and Suzuki Easy Start system. The colours available are Titan Black, Matt Black, Brilliant White, Metallic Triton Blue and Stronger Red with Titan Black.

Although it lacks the fairing, the Suzuki GSX- S150 tips the scale at 127 kg, making it 1 kg heavier than the fully-faired GSX-R150. The styling draws inspiration from the GSX-S1000, and carries over the feature list from the GSX-R150. It is available in Metallic Triton Blue, Matt Black, Strong Red with Titan Black, and Ice Silver color options.

Suzuki GSX-S150 grey front at IMOS 2016
Although it lacks the fairing, the GSX- S150 tips the scale at 127 kg, making it 1 kg heavier than the fully-faired GSX-R150.

Also Read: Suzuki GSX-250R unveiled in China, on sale next month

Both bikes are powered by a 147.3 cc single cylinder DOHC fuel-injected engine matched with a 6-speed gearbox. While Suzuki has not listed the output, a social media post reveals that the GSX-R produces 14.1 kW @ 11,000 rpm and 13.9 Nm @ 8,500 rpm.

Suzuki GSX-S150 – Image Gallery

Suzuki GSX-R150 – Image Gallery

[Images from Iwanbanaran]

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