Suzuki Upcoming Bikes in India 2023

CalenderPublished at January 6, 2023 by BikeJunction
Suzuki Upcoming Bikes in India 2023

Suzuki has long avoided shipping its large motorcycles to India, but with the Katana's introduction this year, things appear to be changing. The Japanese brand's blitz with its newest items might continue in the following year.

Suzuki V-Strom 800 DE


Suzuki V Strom 800 DE

 

At EICMA 2022, the Japanese company debuted its newest middleweight ADV. In India, this ADV will compete with vehicles like the Triumph Tiger 900 series. This is an outright contemporary ADV that flaunts some substantial equipment and electrical assistance, unlike the Suzuki V-Strom 800 DE.

Expected Price - Rs 11 lakh

Expected Launch - September 2023

Suzuki GSX-8S


Suzuki GSX 8

The Suzuki GSX-8S is the replacement for the GSX-S 750 and was constructed on the same basis as the V-Strom 800 DE. However, a power shortfall caused by the absence of two cylinders is made up for by the vehicle's lightweight construction, contemporary electronics, and design. Does this Japanese naked stand a chance, though, in the face of the more potent triumph Street Triple R on the market? We're eager to discover it all!

Expected Price - Rs 9 lakh

Expected Launch - September 2023

Suzuki Access 125 EX

Suzuki Access 125 EX

Suzuki surprised us by releasing the Burgman Street EX and considering the benefits it offers over the basic model. So we don't understand why the Suzuki Access 125 EX won't receive the same enhancements. But like its maxi-style sister, Access may see a significant price increase as well. Would you be prepared to spend Rs. 1,10,000 on this scooter? Please tell us in the comments.

Expected Price - Rs 1.10 lakh

Expected Launch - April 2023

Suzuki is introducing its newest large motorcycles to our shores, but the manufacturer may launch them in limited quantities to test consumer interest first. This indicates that, unlike the Hayabusa, these Suzuki Upcoming Bikes are more likely to be direct imports than CKD (Completely Knocked Down) products.
 

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