Suzuki GD 110 vs GD 110S: Price and Specs Comparison

Suzuki GD 110 and GD 110S are two bikes of Pak Suzuki. Apparently, there is no bigger difference between Suzuki GD110 and Suzuki GD 110S. Both are having a powerful engine and features of being four-stroke, 100cc, SOHC, air cooled engine with electric and decompress kick for a safe and comfortable start. Both bikes have self-start system, headlight cowling, and aluminum alloy wheels. The difference is only in price, and the other fact is that GD110S is the upgraded version of Suzuki GD 110.

The new stylish designs of both bikes are the surety of marvelous performance. Their combustion system is intended to enhance the performance. Their latest and advance engine is based on long stroke quality that aims to enhance the fuel efficiency. Its new state of the art SOCH 113cc engine is designed keeping in view the efficiency and economy. The latest Japanese engine, fuel efficient performance, and user-friendly service make the Suzuki GD able to set the new trends.

In short, both bikes are perfect on their own and differences are not as much high except variation in designs and exterior.

Suzuki GD 110 Price

Suzuki GD 110 price is Rs. 114,000.

Suzuki GD 110S Price

Suzuki GD 110S price is Rs. 126,000.

Suzuki GD 110 vs. GD 110S Comparison

TypeSuzuki GD 110Suzuki GD 110S
Engine Type4-Stroke Single Cylinder Air Cooled4-Stroke Single Cylinder Air Cooled
Displacement113 cc113 cc
Bore & Stroke51.0 – 55.251.0 – 55.2
Compression Ratio9.5:19.5:1
ClutchWet Type Multi-PlateWet Type Multi-Plate
StartingKick StartKick Start
FrameBackbone TypeBackbone Type
Dimension (Lxwxh)19001900
Ground Clearance140 mm140 mm
Petrol Capacity9 L9 L
Tyre at Front2.5 – 172.5 – 17
Tyre at Back2.75 – 172.75 – 17
Dry Weight108 KG108 KG
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  • Zahir on 24/02/2020

    So……where is the difference?


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