Bike in BD

Welcome to the Suzuki Bike Brand page to explore all available Suzuki bikes in Bangladesh. In this, we are talking about Suzuki’s all available bikes in Bangladesh and their engine power, approx top speed, average mileage, and available price in BD. Note: Please take all this information as approx, because this number will be different and totally depends on the situation.

Suzuki GSX R150 (ABS)

Suzuki GSXR 150 Price in BD

Suzuki GSX R150 (ABS) comes with 147.3cc liquid-cooled engine. Its approx top speed is 146 KMPH with average 40 KMPL mileage.

Suzuki GSX S150 (DD)

Suzuki GSXS 150 Price in BD

Suzuki GSX S150 (DD) comes with 147.3cc liquid-cooled engine. Its approx top speed is 135 KMPH with average 45 KMPL mileage.

Suzuki Bandit 150 (DD)

Suzuki Bandit 150 Price in BD

Suzuki Bandit 150 (DD) comes with 147.3cc liquid-cooled engine. Its approx top speed is 142 KMPH with average 40 KMPL mileage.

Suzuki Gixxer SF Fi 150 (ABS)

Suzuki Gixxer SF Fi 150 Price in BD

Suzuki Gixxer SF Fi 150 (ABS) comes with 155cc air-cooled engine. Its approx top speed is 130 KMPH with average 40 KMPL mileage.

Suzuki Intruder Fi 150 (ABS)

Suzuki Intruder Fi 150 Price in BD

Suzuki Intruder Fi 150 (ABS) comes with 155cc air-cooled engine. Its approx top speed is 120 KMPH with average 43 KMPL mileage.

Gixxer SF 150 (SD) old edition

Suzuki Gixxer SF 150 Price in BD

Gixxer SF 150 (SD) comes with 155cc air-cooled engine. Its approx top speed is 129 KMPH with average 42 KMPL mileage.

Suzuki Gixxer 150 (DD)

Suzuki Gixxer 150 Price in BD

Suzuki Gixxer 150 (DD) New Editon comes with 155cc air-cooled engine. Its approx top speed is 130 KMPH with average 40 KMPL mileage.

Suzuki Gixxer Dual Tone

Suzuki Gixxer Dual Tone Price in BD

Suzuki Gixxer Dual Tone comes with 155cc air-cooled engine. Its approx top speed is 130 KMPH with average 40 KMPL mileage.

Suzuki Gixxer Mono Tone

Suzuki Gixxer Mono Tone Price in BD

Suzuki Gixxer Mono Tone (SD) comes with 155cc air-cooled engine. Its approx top speed is 130KMPH with average 45 KMPL mileage.

Suzuki Samurai 150 (SD)

Suzuki Samurai Price in BD

Suzuki Samurai 150 (SD) comes with 149.5cc air-cooled engine. Its approx top speed is 125 KMPH with average 44 KMPL mileage.

Suzuki GSX 125 (SD)

Suzuki GSX 125 Price in BD

Suzuki GSX 125 (SD) comes with 125cc air-cooled engine. Its approx top speed is 115 KMPH with average 45 KMPL mileage.

Suzuki Hayate Special (drum)

Suzuki Hayate Special Price in BD

Suzuki Hayate Special (drum) comes with 113cc air-cooled engine. Its approx top speed is 100 KMPH with average 60 KMPL mileage.

Suzuki Burgman Street (SD)

Suzuki Burgman Street Price in BD

Suzuki Burgman Street (SD) comes with 124cc air-cooled engine. Its approx top speed is 92 KMPH with average 50 KMPL mileage.

Suzuki Access 125 Fi (CBS)

Suzuki Access 125 Fi Price in BD

Suzuki Access 125 Fi (CBS) comes with 124cc air-cooled engine. Its approx top speed is 92 KMPH with average 40 KMPL mileage.

Suzuki LETS (drum)

Suzuki LETS Price in BD

Suzuki LETS (drum) comes with 112.8cc air-cooled engine. Its approx top speed is 70 KMPH with average 60 KMPL mileage.

All About Suzuki or History of Suzuki Bikes

Welcome to Bike in BD today we’re going to talk About the history of Suzuki motorcycles. Suzuki is another company from four major Japanese companies to produce motorcycles varieties and dual sport motorcycles to the legendary GSXR family. 

so let’s get down to it from its foundation in 1952 when Suzuki produced his first motorcycle. The company had gone through a series of ups and downs but just like Yamaha company Suzuki never started as an automotive company. Instead, it began in 1909 when Miccio Suzuki founded Suzuki loom works in Hamamatsu, Japan.

About ten years later the company was incorporated and capitalized with Michio Suzuki as the president right before the war. Suzuki tried to deviate from loom production to the manufacturing of small cars. 

However, the government declared civilian cars as a non-essential commodity in 1937 after World War two. The plant had to shut down due to severe war damage and subsequently moved to the Takasugi plant site where it remained.

Ever in the late forties, Suzuki stock appeared on Tokyo Nagoya and Osaka Stock Exchanges in 1952. Suzuki created its first two-wheeled motorized vehicle the power-free model was essentially a bicycle with a small displacement engine. 

It wasn’t up until 1953 that Suzuki introduced its first 60cc motorcycle that featured a double sprocket mechanism and two-speed transmission. This motorcycle gained enough attention to influence the company leadership to change its name to Suzuki Motor Company Limited. 

In 1954 since then Suzuki’s primary market was the production of motorcycles and civilian passenger vehicles. In 1955 Suzuki introduced Khalida Co acts which were 125cc four-stroke single-cylinder motorcycles with steel frames and three-speed transmissions.  As well as clida st which was a two-stroke version of co-acts. 

In 1959 Suzuki introduced the Kaleta SEL twin which was 125cc two-cylinder two-stroke motorcycle.

However, not everything went well for Suzuki later the same year on September 26 1959 the assembly line gets totally destroyed by typhoon Veera which currently remains the strongest and the deadliest typhoon to ever struck Japan.

The 1960s became an important decade for Suzuki as it entered Grand Prix racing under the name leeta in 1960 and then a year later under the brand names Tsuki in 125 and 250cc classes. 

In 1963 Miccio Suzuki makes history as the first Japanese writer to when the isle of men which led to subsequent victories of Suzuki in writers and manufacturers championships. The same year Suzuki Motor Corporation was opened in Los Angeles. 

In 1967 Suzuki company decided to expand its production by opening the first assembly plant outside Japan creating tai Suzuki Corporation Limited. The next year Suzuki decided to withdraw from the world Grand Prix due to changes in the FIM rules despite the fact that they won the 1967 season.

It wasn’t until 1971 gl Robert won the 250cc world motocross championship for Suzuki. This is the first year after a three-year break. In 1971 the GT 750 two-stroke surprises people with its three cylinders liquid-cooled engine.

North America it’s nicknamed the water buffalo. In the UK the coulomb cattle although the bike is quite advanced in many ways inspires a line of smaller air-cooled triples like the GT 380 and GT 550. It’s clear that pollution control legislation will limit the use of two strokes as Street motorcycles. 

In 1974 the RE-5 is the first Japanese motorcycle with a rotary engine that costs a fortune to develop and while not a fad a commercial disaster after two years. The company abandons the project and the rumors that tooling was dumped into the sea. So that Suzuki managers would never have to see it again. 

The same year RM-125 introduces the production version of the words machine a 75 on which Gaston Braer 125cc. World motocross GP championship from 1975 to 1980 for Suzuki dominates this class. Ten years in a row with gaston rare Akira Watanabe harry Everts eric gear Boris and Michelle Rinaldi. 

In 1976 Suzuki introduced its GS 750 and GS 400. Which were the first four-stroke machines from Suzuki in over 20 years. Pop’s Yoshimura enters the GS 750 for the first time in the AMA Superbike Series wins at Laguna Seca Raceway.

Two years later Suzuki introduced its first leader by GS 1000 E. The same year a Yoshimura GS 1000 was written by Californians Mike Baldwin and West Cooley. Once the first Suzuka eight-hour endurance road race. 

In 1981 German designer hence a moose uses the motive of a samurai sword to create the original gsx-1100s.  Katana and motorcycle that typifies Suzuki. The next year Italian Franco and Chinni riding a Roberto Galena racing team RG Gama motorcycle takes the Grand Prix Championship and 500cc class. Suzuki wins the manufacturer’s title for the seventh consecutive year.

In 1985 Suzuki released the race-inspired replica of the RG-500 Gama which featured the same square 4-cylinder layout. Like the factory Grand Prix bikes, other racy features are the square tube aluminum frame and removable to-side table transmission. 

Also, the new GSXR-750 had arrived which became the most important new motorcycle of the decade. In fact, the bike was so successful that in 1989 Jaime James wins the AMA Superbike Championship on the GSXR-750. 

A year later in 1986 Suzuki launches the new GSXR-1100 which pushes a top speed of over 160 miles per hour.

In 1991 the 779cc RFA has the largest single-cylinder engine and living memory. A year later the GSXR-750 switched to water cooling from oil cooling. Which resulted in increased weight. 

In 1993 Kevin Schwantz and a race against Wayne Ranney pulled the victory for Suzuki and the 500cc world championship. However, it didn’t leave an victorious I’d rather not win in this way he said referring to the career-ending injury of his archrival Wayne Ranney. 

In 1996 Suzuki updated their GSXR 750 the cold the new jokes at the turning point model thanks to its twin-spar frame instead of the older double cradle frame. The engine is also redesigned and featured a three-piece. Frank cases chrome-plated cylinders and a side mount campaign as well as Suzuki Ram Mary direct. 

In 1998 Suzuki introduced the legendary Hayabusa the 1299 CC sport bike became the fastest production motorcycle from the 99 to 2000 model years. It immediately won flames as the world’s fastest production motorcycle with a top speed of 188, 94 miles per hour or 303 to 312 kilometers an hour. 

Besides its feed the Hayabusa has been lauded by many reviewers for its all-around performance and that it does not drastically compromise other qualities like handling, comfort reliability, noise, and fuel consumption for price in pursuit of a single function 

In 1999 Matt Ladin once the AMA Superbike Championship beginning in front of unprecedented dominance. Ladin will win five more times Suzuki will win eight of the next nine titles with sports bikes getting and more sharp edge. 

The company is one of the first to recognize what might be called the semi-sports market, as opposed to the supersport, working the SV-650 featured an aluminum alloy trust frame and the liquid-cooled 90 degrees between dual overhead cam 4 valve engine. 

In 2001 based on the compact GSXR-750 the GSXR 1000 is powered by a liquid-cooled dual overhead cam 16-valve 4-cylinder at 988cc engine. Which features narrow-angle valves in downdraft individual throttle body fuel injection. 

In 2005 Suzuki’s original four-stroke motocrosser the RMZ-450 is equipped with a four-stroke 449cc engine. Which features the Suzuki advanced sub-system. The same year Troy Corser gives to zookas first and only so far World Superbike Championship. 

In 2008 Hayabusa-related naked bike is introduced powered by a 1340cc Hayabusa engine to be king is Suzuki’s flagship big naked bike. Suzuki says it has the top-ranked power output in the naked category from 2009 to early 2011.

Suzuki decides not to import any sports bikes to America due to the economic downturn in racing. The team was sponsored by Rizla in 2006 and was known as Rizla Suzuki MotoGP T. 

On November 18 2011 however, Suzuki announced that the GP racing was suspended partly due to natural disasters in the recession until 2014, 2012, 1 million commemorative editions GSXR-1000 the model celebrates a million motorcycles produced in these Suzuki GSXR series.

In 1985 the following year’s 50th-anniversary special edition GSXR 1000 model celebrates Suzuki’s 1963 entry into the u.s. motorcycle market. In 2014 after a two-year suspension since 2012 Suzuki announced that the Suzuki factory team is coming back to MotoGP 2015 racing season. 

In November 2015 Suzuki finally revealed its all-new GSXR 1000 which was meant to directly compete with the already existing 2015 Yamaha R1 and Ducati 1299 and got six generations. 

GSXR 1000 is also the highest spec ever with multimode traction control rider modes ABS ride-by wire throttle bi-directional quick shifter no new engine and pole new chassis inspired directly by the MotoGP race bike.  Also, the updated GSXR 600 will be presented to the public. 

In March 2016 the bike will feature an updated chassis and engine according to Suzuki. There won’t be a lot of variations of the bikes and Suzuki is aiming to offer the purest riding experience that it can provide to its customers.

Entry of Suzuki Bike in Bangladesh

Suzuki, a firm based in Japan, has been operating in Bangladesh for a very long time. In Bangladesh, this brand is a sign of quality in the two-wheeled transportation industry. While not every Suzuki motorcycle model is sold in Bangladesh, a sizable selection of them is. 

Longevity, good looks, and cutting-edge convenience all contribute to its widespread renown in Bangladesh and beyond.

In Bangladesh, Suzuki’s naked sports motorcycles are incredibly popular. The company has aimed its marketing efforts at the street’s young, trendy bikers. Over time, they’ve become one of Bangladesh’s most prominent motorbike manufacturers. 

For young Bangladeshi motorcyclists, nothing beats a Suzuki Gixxer. Despite its modest price tag, the Suzuki Intruder 150 (ABS) is a cutting-edge motorcycle with advanced features like Suzuki’s proprietary anti-lock braking system. The Suzuki Hayate is one of the best-selling motorcycles in Bangladesh.

Suzuki and a Bangladeshi firm, Rancon Motorbikes Ltd (RMBL), have formed a joint venture. Rancon Motorbikes Ltd., a Bangladeshi company, mostly assembles Suzuki motorcycles (RMBL). Suzuki motorcycles and bicycles are slightly more expensive than average in Bangladesh.