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The Suzuki GS series come with three modes the ECO mode, Power mode and the G.O.D mode. The ECO mode is set to give better millage with slight reduction in performance. While the Power mode gives amazing performance and reduces a bit on millage. The GOD mode is a general mode with no configuration. The dash also has a gear shift indicator for precise gear shifting (which is operational only in ECO and power mode). Suzuki GS series is loaded with a 150cc engine, which delivers13.8bhp@8500rpm; it is the only bike after the R15 to have a 6 speed gear box.

The Suzuki GS series has a huge tank capable of filling up to 20ltrs of petrol which makes this bike suitable for long journeys and this makes the bike look majestic. This bike comes in three colors Black, Candy orange and pearl white, the colors people like to see more.

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