Suzuki today launched the rear disc variant of its Gixxer range of motorcycles at North Campus, Delhi on the occasion of ‘Gixxer Day’ which was energized by international Freestyle rider, Aras Gibieza and his skilful bike performance. 

The Gixxer carries the lineage of the legendary GSX-R series, and the new variant with the rear disc brake was officially launched in Delhi today. The new addition will provide better stability and control on all kinds of terrain. 

Suzuki Gixxer Day is a gathering of Suzuki Gixxer and Gixxer SF owners to celebrate the spirit of the hugely successful Street Sport Bike, while being entertained by the world class performance of the Freestyle Champion Aras, in addition to other performers and entertainers, lucky draws and contests for all participants. 

New Delhi hosted the first edition of the Gixxer Day amidst much fan-fare and this event shall visit Kolkata, Shillong, Hyderabad, Chennai, Kochi, Bangalore, Mumbai and Pune. 

SMIPL also used this opportunity to kickstart their #amGixxer campaign, where they have created a community of like minded Gixxer customers, fans and enthusiasts. This community shall provide a platform to host various activities across the country, mainly moderated via the digital medium of facebook and social media. Gixxer Day and a dedicated ‘amGixxer’ facebook page are the first of such community activities to be taken up under the #amGixxer campaign.  

The Gixxer is available with the Rear Disc Brake as an option in the following colours – Lush Green / Glass Sparkle Black, Metallic Triton Blue / Pearl Mirage White and Candy Sonoma Red / Glass Sparkle Black – and is priced at Rs. 79,726 (Ex showroom, Delhi). The Gixxer SF will sport the Rear Disc Brake as standard in the following colours – Pearl Mirage Red and Glass Sparkle Black – and is priced at Rs. 87,343 (Ex showroom, Delhi) whereas the MotoGP Edition (Metallic Triton Blue) with Rear Disc Brake will be priced at Rs. 88,857 (Ex showroom, Delhi).


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