Yet Another Award for Suzuki Gixxer

Yet Another Award for Suzuki Gixxer

Suzuki Gixxer, the 155cc motorcycle continues to recieve laurels has received yet another award this year at the CNBC TV 18 Overdrive awards held at Hotel Taj Palace, New Delhi. The Gixxer has been declared the coveted 2015 Viewer’s Choice Bike of the Year.

Yet Another Award for Suzuki Gixxer - one world news

The OVERDRIVE Awards, held with CNBC TV18 and now in its 15th year, is one of India’s most prestigious awards that honour the best four-wheelers and two-wheelers launched in India the previous year. A jury of highly passionate enthusiasts and automotive experts come together to pick the best of the best. However, the entire nation was the jury of the 2015 Viewer’s Choice Bike of the Year and they gave the award to Suzuki Gixxer – the overwhelming favourite in the 17 bikes launched in India last year. The Gixxer offered more performance, more ability, more fun and more equipment than every single one of its peers.

The Gixxer is drawn from the lineage of Suzuki’s globally successful GSX-R 1000 series. The motorcycle was introduced to the Indian market in September last year. The ‘Street Sport’ Gixxer is equipped with Suzuki’s breakthrough SEP technology to deliver a perfect balance of power and fuel efficiency.


Mr. Atul Gupta, Executive Vice President, Suzuki Motorcycles India Private Ltd, said, “The entire Suzuki team is honoured at the Gixxer having won such laurels from the CNBC-Overdrive team. Being the prime choice of viewers is a huge achievement for us.”

He added, “Gixxer has been well received by discerning Indian customers and auto experts. In a short span of time, it has created an indelible mark for itself.”

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