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Suzuki GSR150 (Lanza) launched in India

Suzuki Motorcycle India Pvt. Ltd., announced the launch of its all-new GS150R for the Indian market today in Delhi. This also marks the motorcycle major’s arrival in the country’s 150cc market segment. The dynamic GS150R will be offered in four electric colours – blue, orange, grey and black.

Giving cutting-edge technology a new name, the latest bike from Suzuki stable would ensure a smooth, comfortable riding experience to the rider. GS150R’s engine has been specially designed to fulfill conflicting demands of acceleration and fuel efficiency – the most significant aspect in city riding.

Launching the charismatic bike Mr. Atul Gupta, Vice President (Sales and Marketing) said, “Riding on the burgeoning biking segment in India, we, at Suzuki, are all geared up to spice up the competition with our impulsive GS150R. Packed with the perfect combination of terrific power and stunning looks, GS150R will be synonymous with authority on the Indian roads.”

“Suzuki has maintained a leading image by leveraging high-quality Japanese technology with its thorough understanding of the local automotive market. We are confident that GS150R will fascinate bikers across India with its agility, comfort and affordable price. This will further provide impetus to our aim to capitalize on the emerging opportunities in the Indian motorcycle industry,” added Mr. Gupta.

Armed with world’s first eco-mode-equipped engine rpm indicator, the new bike has a unique GSX-R-derived engine rpm indicator lights that provide indication to the rider about the optimum up-shift timing. Moreover, sporty style headlight, with built-in positioning light inspired from Suzuki international super bike, GSX-R, gives GS150R a very distinct and muscular look. The bike also boasts of a super sleek, streamlined aerodynamic shaped LED Tail Lamp and Integrated Rear Turn Signals based on GSX-R styling, which takes the style quotient to the next level.

In addition, the bike has a Majestic Fuel Tank bringing high user satisfaction with the impression of being ‘stronger’. The shock absorber has a separate oil reservoir, which facilitates oil cooling effectively, thereby, ensuring growth in its performance. Its Engine Balancer Technology, equipped with ‘balancer driven gear fitted with a rubber damper’, further delivers a more comfortable riding experience to the bike enthusiasts.

“Launch of GS150R is a part of our effort to constantly provide the Indian market with high quality products and services. Renowned for its safety features and durability, Suzuki has maintained its competitiveness across all market segments. Suzuki aims to be very active in the coming year and this launch is a step in the same direction,” concluded Mr. Katsumi Takata, Joint Managing Director, Suzuki Motorcycle India Pvt. Ltd.


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  3. Pramod Unadkya says:

    Lol Rounak,

    When you say “it have nothing” no one is even going to read your post!

    And who are you that people will consider your opinion??

    So what if you say “I am not agree”, of course you are not agree, you are rounak!

  4. Hi Pramod, I strongly agree with you. You cannot compare FZ with Suzuki Gs 150. Suzuki GS 150 does have a good pickup , 6 gears, very good and smooth Engine and Gear box. Good shox, Good LCD meter and good Back Break lights and Indicator.
    Its an All rounder. Where as Fz lacks in pickup, mileage and its not at all a family vehicle. In looks no other bikes can beat FZ.

    But You cannot purchase a vehicle just for the looks.
    Suzuki is known for their Engine and gear box quality which is main for any bike.


  5. we are looking to purchase a new bike we have shortlist two bikes fz s & suzuki gs 150 we want a performance oriented bike what will you recommend

  6. Hi shakeel, both the bikes are performance oriented bikes. If you are a family person and drive with a pillion. Then the GS would be better. Its comfortable for both driver and pillion. Even the FZ digital speedo looks like a toy meter. too small and not visible properly. I hate the Front number plates too. They could have given an LED brake lights too. I liked the look of FZ and the fat tyre.
    If you see the GS on road even the pulsars looks smaller. Wait for more GS to come on road. You will know the difference.

  7. Simply blaming the GS is not a good idea.Suzuki is always known for its durable engine. FZ is looks like a sporty bike.Riding comfort is less.Hunk milege is nearly 40kmpl, my brother has got one hunk.Appache & pulsar no engine durability.Presenly unicorn is very good in 150 CC categary.Smooth engine and good milege. Only suzuki GS can challenge unicorn because it has got silky engine,good milege and overall a cute meter console.Sure all can see more GS on road like Suzuki access replaced Honda activa.

  8. Hi Friends… This is Aravind from Mysore City.. Im in very confusion in between two companies bikes which one i can go for.. Its T.V.S. APACHE or SUZUKI GS 150 R!!! Now Im not college guy.. Im 28 year old guy.. And im not very Fashion guy.. So my mind is going towards Suzuki… What you peoples recommend? At present I have Pulsar 150 C C 2005 model.. But im planning to sell it for my Cousin.. So now im in comfusion.. Because I know about Hero Honda bike i had one bike but sold.. About T V S also i had one but i sold.. And Bajaj at present i have.. Next week im going to sell it.. But about Suzuki earlier i never had any bikes.. But i heard about Suzuki Samurai, Fiero etc..

    Please Friends suggest me the right one.. My height is 5.8 inches.. My weight is 79 kg.. Which bike will suit?

    Please please please send me your mails to my e-mail id that is:
    [email protected]

  9. blr_rider says:

    Hi Aravind, If you are considering a smooth engine and a very good riding comfort. I would suggest you to buy a Unicorn or a GS 150. Both the engines are very smooth and riding comfort is too good.
    Apache is like a sports bike. It has good power but no riding comfort. you have to lean a bit front. hence back aches will occur. Lots of vibrations and engine is not that good.

    I own a GS and an Access. I have rode the GS150 for about 2050 kms. Even finished second service. The bike is very comfortable to ride. It should suit you. Test ride both bikes and check yourself.
    Suzuki are known for their comfort and durability. The enginee too should be good as I have owned a Suzuki Samurai for almost 11 years. I have also rode Fiero of my friends.

  10. hi Frnd..My name is vicky…i lve in ahmedabad…i want to buy a 150cc bike and after doing a bit research i have found hunk unicorn and GS150 R as the suitable ones….but am confused amongst the above three….as written above suzuki is the best bike but being a foreign company will i b facing ne problem regarding parts availability and servicing in future??? hero honda is best known for its after sales service….for me after sales service is as important as features….could u plz guide me as to which bike will b most suitable….

  11. hi friends i am 18 and i want to purchase a bike then will you please suggested me that which bike i go to purchase pulsar 220, hunk,karizma,gs150r and apache

    my weight is 65kg height 5.5inches and i am student

  12. Donot buy anything from cheater osama suzuki.THEY ARE FOOLING iNDIANS
    Bankrupt of ideas abroad dumping all the nonsense for iNDIANS

  13. Safe_Rider says:

    Hey Dean, Have you owned any Suzuki vehicles or atleast rode any Suzuki vehicles. How are you assuming that Suzuki are dumping all nonsense vehicles. Do you know the Comfort and reliability of suzuki vehicles.

  14. hi am thinking to purchase suzuki gs150r , my height is 5.4 and 56 kg does this bike suits me and pl tell some thinking about sudden break on high speed, pl do coment on sudden break on heigh speed .

  15. Hi i would like to know the weight of this bike bit confused is it 134 or 149

  16. Abdul Rahim says:

    Good Day,
    I had Suzuki Fiero 2004, very good bike. Now I am planning to sell and take a new bike in 150cc or above, which bike will be better for me, please advice.

  17. my bike GS150R so good millig 58+ in loca ariaand lo manntanens bike

  18. Heya guys,
    dis is Jijo. My bro ownz a GS150R 4 quite sumtime nw so i hav been ridin it 4 sum time nw……so this is what i experinced…..

    RIDE QUALITY & COMFORT- top of itz class in this segment, therz no competiton except 4 d unicorn…in short ur butt & back wont pain even after a long drive….

    FUEL EFFICIENCY- an avg of 56km/ltr is given by this bike…but in eco mode it goes upto 59-61km/ltr….in pwr mode it giver50-52km/ltr…

    DEPENDABILITY & STABILITY- this bike being the most heavy in its class doesnt even shake when a truck passes by….so u can imagine d stability…..higy dependable engine as well..

    4 those guyz who want 2 zipp of first when the signal turns green this is nt d bike 4 u…
    those of u who want value 4 money…ride comfort…decent millage…ride quality…. this is d bike 4 u….only if u can compramise a little on looks…U WILL NT REGRET BUYING THIS BIKE…awesum bike….


  19. very informative..nd nice byke..

  20. i have already booked mine..

  21. hi, I want to know about the engine durability some people will confuse us, this bike is not got in engine durability can u please suggest me as soon as possible. when i took test drive it is awesome. i would like to bye, plz suggest.

  22. Hi self XAVIOUR .nice review…am planning to go for this bike…but vud like to know..after sales & spares availability in local market…waiting for ur valuable reply..THANKS…

  23. Hi People,

    I would suggest SuzukiGS150R as one of the best bike in its class, price and power. Yes i agree it does not have instant pickup but as soon as you are on the way.You go smoothly on the hispeed (thisis same as like Royal enfield). Very good option for who want Style ,comfort, value for money, and ofcourse with Suzuki-NO PROBLEM.


  24. Hi all,

    I want 2 know about the mileage of suzuki GS 150R on city roads. Can any user of this bike please suggest me about the mileage of this bike on city(traffic) roads.


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