Initially making its debut in Indonesia, the 2017 Suzuki GSX 150 is now in Vietnam, Philippines and lately, Thailand. The GSX 150 line up consists of three models – the GSX-S150 naked sports, the GSX-R150 sports bike and the GSX-S150 Touring.

All three Suzuki models carry a single-cylinder 147.3 cc, liquid-cooled DOHC power plant fed by EFI, and claimed to produce 19 hp at 10,500 rpm and 14 Nm of torque at 9,000 rpm. Power for the GSX 150 gets to the ground via a six-speed gearbox and the engine is the same unit used in the Raider and Satria, also known as the Belang in Malaysia.

Standard fitment to the GSX 150 is telescopic forks in front with a single disc brake and 17-inch wheel fitted with a 90/80 tyre, while the rear end is propped up with a monoshock, single disc brake and 17-inch wheel shod in 130/70 rubber. Also common across the range is the fuel tank, with a capacity of 11-litres, while weight for the series hovers at around 130 kg, with a difference of a few kg between the models.

The GSX 150 also comes with the latest in motorcycle technology with keyless start, LED main light and alarm location function which allows the bike to be located in parking lots. Also standard is a full digital meter that includes a gear position indicator.

In Indonesia the GSX 150 is sold at 23.9 million Indonesian rupiah (RM7,642) for the GSX-S150, while the GSX-S150 Touring goes for 25 million rupiah (RM7,994) and 27.9 million rupiah (RM8,921) for the GSX-R150. The GSX-R150 comes with a full-fairing, while the Touring model is based on the GSX-S150, but is fitted with panniers, hand guards and windscreen.

GALLERY: 2017 Suzuki GSX-R150


GALLERY: 2017 Suzuki GSX-S150