Suzuki Motorcycle India, a subsidiary of Suzuki Motor Corporation, Japan is pacing fast ahead to catch up with biggies in the Indian Motorcycle market. Enjoying about 5 per cent share in India’s domestic two-wheeler market, the company has been focusing on producing more consumer friendly and fuel-efficient vehicles off late.
Currently, Suzuki has three scooter models (plus a special edition version) in the Indian market, all of which have received positive responses. This article attempts to explore some of the best-loved features and specs of these models.
1. Suzuki Burgman Street
The Burgman Street is Suzuki’s latest flagship scooter, and was launched in July 2018. The second maxi-style scooter launched in India after the Kinetic Blaze, Burgman Street has an iconic street presence and quirky yet sporty looks. The scooter sports a large windscreen, luxurious LED headlights and position lights, and an LED rear combination light. A Chrome garnish enhances the appeal of the Burgman Street, and adds a premium look. The scooter is available three classy color schemes- (White)-Pearl Mirage, (Black)-Glass Sparkle and (Grey)-Matte Fibroin.
On the safety front, Suzuki Burgman Street is equipped with a front disc system and a rear drum unit, along with a Combined Braking System. Housing a powerful 4-stroke, 124 cc engine producing an output of 8.7ps @7000 rpm and 10.2Nm @ 5000 rpm, the operation is smooth, offering brisk acceleration whenever required. Main features that make the Burgman Street include its multi-functional digital meter, the Suzuki easy start option and the cutting-edge Suzuki Eco Performance Technology for fuel-efficiency and uncompromised performance. Other value-additions for user convenience include its flexible foot positioning system for the rider, conveniently placed luggage hooks, generous 21.5 liter under the seat storage, and a two-liter glove box and a rack. The glove box is equipped with a handy DC socket for charging on the go, as well as a shutter key with a central locking option.
Price: Rs. 68,345
2. Suzuki Access 125
The Suzuki Access 125 combines power and efficiency in a simple, solid frame. Available in 6 fun and attractive color schemes- the Pearl Deep Blue, Metallic Sonic Silver, Candy Sonoma Red, Pearl Mirage White, Glass Sparkle Black and the Metallic Fibroin Grey, the scooter wins both aesthetically, as well as on the technical front. With its sophisticated chrome finish, classy bodywork and stylish and edgy contours, the Suzuki Access 125 is peppy and lightweight. Great for long rides, the scooter features a long seat and floor board, adding extra comfort to the riding experience.
Offering a mileage of about 60 km/liter, the Suzuki Access 125 incorporates a 4-stroke 124 cc engine churning out an output of 8.7ps @ 7000rpm and a maximum torque of 10.2N-m @ 5000rpm. This retro-styled family scooter has numerous added features for convenience and comfort. These include the all-new, digital meter with features such as the Oil Change Indicator and Dual Trip Meter. Along with these, an optional DC charging socket offers a convenient and on-the-go charging point for riders. The Suzuki Easy Start System offers an easy push-button start, convenient dual luggage hooks that do not sacrifice legroom, a large 21.8 liter under-seat storage space and an additional front pocket for easy access. Also, the Access 125 stands first in the Indian scooter market to feature the unique one-push central lock system.
Price: Rs. 59,325
3. Suzuki Access 125 SE- Special Edition
The retro, classic look of the Suzuki Access 125, received a special makeover when Suzuki launched its Special Edition model in June 2018. Celebrating the success of the Access 125, Suzuki has added some cosmetic and mechanical upgrades to distinguish it from its standard version. Offering three lovely color options- Metallic Sonic Silver, Metallic Matte Black and the Pearl Mirage White, Access 125 SE has grown to be one of the best-selling models in the country. The special edition model comes with a stylish logo emblem, black alloy wheels, round chrome mirrors, and a sporty grab rail, while preserving the retro look of the Access 125.
The Suzuki Access 125 SE uses the CBS (Combined Braking System). CBS is a cost-effective technology that results in smoother and more controlled braking, along with reduced braking distance. The single-cylinder 124 cc air-cooled engine of the Access 125 SE delivers an engine output of [email protected] rpm and a net torque of 10.2N-m @5000 rpm. The engine is mated to an auto-CVT gearbox (Continuous Variable Transmission) and runs on Suzuki’s special technology – the SEP (Suzuki Eco Performance), resulting in greater fuel efficiency and performance. Value added features replicated from the standard edition include its Digital-analog instrument cluster, mobile charging dock, under seat storage, single-press locking system, and an easy self-start system.
Price: Rs. 60,925
4. Suzuki Let’s
Suzuki Let’s was launched in 2014, and was mainly marketed as a women’s scooter. Light, compact and featuring a sturdy, bold design, Let’s is a great scooter in the 110cc scooter segment. An entry-level scooter from the company, the Let’s runs on Suzuki’s unique SEP technology that promises a brilliant balance of fuel-economy with ride performance through efficient designing and manufacturing processes. The peppy Suzuki Let’s is available in 3 fun, dual-shaded color combos to suit different personality types- the Royal Blue/Matte Black, the Glass Sparkle Black, and the Orange/Matte Black.
Fun, comfortable and easy to ride, the Suzuki Let’s has a light kerb weight of 98 kg. It houses a single-cylinder 112.8cc engine that produces 8.7bhp of power and 9Nm of net torque. The refined engine delivers great performance and easy, quick acceleration. Compact and small in size, the Let’s lets you ride comfortably, maneuver sharp bends with effortless grace and make your way through sticky traffic situations with ease. Perfect for any road condition, the Let’s has an efficient braking system to add more grace and control to the rider’s experience. Other features we love most about the Suzuki Let’s include the trendy graphics, its cut-away floorboard, striking meter console, and its central locking and safety shutter.
Price: Rs. 49,237