New 2014 Suzuki Satria F150 : Color Gallery and Review
2014 Suzuki Satria F150 was released at a price of 19 million rupiahs on the road in Jakarta, the design is not so different than its predecessor, the specification also remain, 150cc DOHC and not using injection, but I hope the New Satria follow the current market trend positively inclined towards Injection .
Design changes include: Headlamp, V-shaped with a slimmer design taking GSXR base, then detail the side wings as engine cover, writing “Satria” become more clearly visible, then at the top chassis cover protector also changed, looks a bit rises and better than before.
Some other details remain the same, such as protective front suspension, rear lights, seats and others are still the same as the previous version, it looks like Suzuki did not dare to give a significant change to the New Suzuki Satria F150, the design has been popular and in demand, then a minor change will gives the fresh and sweet impression.
What about the stickers graphics? Very sporty, now more brave with great writing “Satria”, a combination of colors as it confirms that the Satria Fu 150 is a motorcycle that has a racing gene, one of the visible color using the official colors Rizla Suzuki MotoGP, Suzuki will officially return to MotoGP in 2015, another detail is the sticker smaller its section than the previous.
According to my own, a new look this bike look slimmer, but Dimension LxWxH old Satria FU 150 is 1.940x652x941 with vehicle weight only 95kg. Whereas New Satria FU 150 made more fat with dimensions LxWxH = 1.945x670x980, weighs is more heavier up to reaches 107 kg, But why looks slimmer? what because of the headlamp?
Allegedly, the dimensional changes are intended to compensate power produced 150cc DOHC engine. Where the old version, many users are complaining about the lack of stability of bike when driven at high speed.
Hmm … Indeed, I think the design is more okay, only if using Injection system should be more economical and environmentally friendly, but I believe no longer, because Suzuki should follow the injection trend, what do you think?