Intruder 150 FI price is Rs 7000 more than the carb variant.
After launching the swashbuckling Intruder carb in the Indian market in November last year, Suzuki showcased the new Intruder with fuel injection at the recently held Auto Expo in Noida, only to officially announce its launch last month.
The stylish cruiser has been received well considering Suzuki’s tally. In the first two months of its sales, Intruder amassed average sales of 2800 units (each month) and so far they inform that it has sold about 15,000 units which is well above the target.
The FI variant will give an option of a crispier ride to bikers aspiring to own the 150 cc stylish cruiser. It continues to be propelled by the same 154.9 cc air-cooled SOHC engine and also produces the same power and torque of 14.8 PS at 8000 rpm and 14 Nm at 6000 rpm respectively. There are no other changes to its specs as well.
The fuel injector is borrowed from the Gixxer SF and has 6 sensors to calculate the amount of fuel which needs be injected for enhanced efficiency. It should help in a crispier throttle response along with better fuel economy as compared to the Intruder carb.
Intruder 150 FI Price
Suzuki has priced the Intruder 150 FI at Rs 1,06,896 ex-showroom Delhi. They launched the Intruder 150 in November 2017 at Rs 98,340 and within four months the company increased its prices to Rs 99,995 which is a hike of over Rs 1600. This makes the price difference between the two variants as Rs 7000.
Intruder FI vs Carb – Differences
- Weight – The fuel injected Intruder weighs 149 kg, 1 kg more than the carb variant.
- Price – Considering the price difference between the Gixxer SF and Gixxer SF FI (of Rs 4000), Intruder FI should have been priced at around Rs 1.04-1.05 Lakhs but there is a difference of 7k on the Intruder.
- Decals – Since Suzuki has not announced any new colours for the fuel injected Intruder, the only visual difference is the FI sticker atop the visor.
Like the carb version, FI is also offered with single-channel ABS as standard.
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Suzuki has also launched the 2018 Gixxers and will introduce the new Burgman Street soon.