Choose Honda CBR150R, Yamaha R15 or Suzuki Gixxer SF?

Located in the 150cc segment, Suzuki Gixxer SF will certainly encounter certain difficulties when having to compete directly with two very strong opponents, Honda CBR150R and Yamaha R15.

Recently, Suzuki officially entered the 150cc sport bike segment when launching the Gixxer SF line. Overall, Suzuki’s latest model is developed from the small naked bike Gixxer, the only difference lies in the aerodynamic fairing inspired by the famous GSX-R1000.

Choose Honda CBR150R, Yamaha R15 or Suzuki Gixxer SF?  Suzuki-Gixxer-SF-Price.jpgSuzuki launched the all-new Gixxer SF to compete directly with the Honda CBR150R and Yamaha R15


CBR150R 2015 has a beautiful and powerful pair. The “full fairing” plastic fairing is the same as on the CBR1000RR Fireblade, the newly designed side skirts look very aggressive when combined with a completely new exhaust pipe: tapered, longer and covered with a single layer. metal. The light-weight, high-stiffness lattice frame is also equipped on the new version. The chassis is made from Deltabox material to help prevent vibration better and be more stable during operation on the road.

The Yamaha R15 is no less competitive when it comes to possessing a poise and steadfast demeanor inherited from the famous R6. Double headlights, compact body, and sporty split saddle are the strengths of the “little devil” R15.

Meanwhile, the all-new Gixxer SF is inspired by Suzuki’s famous GSX series. Specifically, the inverted triangle headlights and 2 side air vents help air escape more easily. The separate turn signal lights are located on a closed fairing typical of the sport bike line. In addition, the LCD screen, leather-wrapped saddle with red stitching as a highlight, taillights using LED technology and dual sports pipes are also some of the details that bring aesthetics to the overall look. However, the lack of rear disc brakes is a big drawback for the Suzuki rookie.

Engine and performance

Overall, the Honda CBR150R is equipped with a single cylinder, 149.4cc, 4-stroke engine that produces a maximum capacity of 17.1 horsepower at 10,500 rpm with DOHC double cam technology for better acceleration. opponents in high tassels.

Meanwhile, if running on the street requires a lot of initial power, the Yamaha R15 proves superior with a maximum torque of up to 15Nm at 7,500/minute along with a light weight of 136kg. Providing power for Yamaha’s “little devil” is a single-cylinder, 149.8cc, 4-stroke engine that produces a maximum capacity of 17 horsepower at 8,500 rpm.

As for the Gixxer SF, it is clear that Suzuki’s rookie is not superior to its competitors in terms of power because it has a cylinder capacity 5cc higher but the maximum power only stops at 14.8 horsepower. The car uses a 5-speed box with a single cylinder, 4-stroke, SOHC engine.

Detailed comparison table:


Suzuki Gixxer SF

Honda CBR150R

Yamaha R15 2.0


Engine type

Air cooled, single cylinder, 4 stroke, SOHC

Liquid cooled, single cylinder, 4 stroke, DOHC double cam

Water cooled, single cylinder, 4 stroke, SOHC





Diameter x piston stroke

56 x 62.9 mm

63.5 x 47.2 mm

57 x 58.7 mm


14.8 horsepower at 8000 rpm

17.1 horsepower at 10500 rpm

17 horsepower at 8500 rpm

Maximum torque

14 Nm at 6000 rpm

13 Nm at 7500 rpm

15 Nm at 7500 rpm


5 levels

6 levels

6 levels



2,050 mm

1,995 mm

1,970 mm


785 mm

771 mm

670 mm


1,085 mm

1,117 mm

1,070 mm

The standard long

1,330 mm

1,296 mm

1,345 mm

Saddle height




Dry weight

139 kg

143 kg

136 kg

Petrol tank capacity

12 liters

13.2 liters

12 liters

Brakes, tires and rack

Front brake




Rear brake




Front tire size




Rear tire size




Price (In India)

1,340 USD

1,975 USD

1,900 USD


Suzuki Gixxer SF, Honda CBR150R and Yamaha R15 all inherit design features from leading sport bike lines, helping each bike have its own unique beauty. Therefore, to say which car model can “beat” its competitors depends on many other important factors because each customer has different needs and purposes of use.

However, in terms of price, the number that Suzuki offers for the Gixxer SF is only 1,340 USD, much lower than its two compatriot competitors. Therefore, in the near future, the Gixxer SF will definitely be a sport bike worth considering in the 150cc segment.

The Anh (TTTD)

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