Suzuki Motorcycle India showcased the upcoming Burgman Street 125 at the 2018 Auto Expo earlier this year. The much-awaited maxi-scooter will be launched on the 19th of July, in India. The scooters have already started reaching showrooms. Here are fresh pictures of the scooter in showrooms.
The Suzuki Burgman will be the second 125-cc scooter from the brand, in India. Suzuki Motorcycles India already leads in the 125-cc scooter segment with the Access 125, and the new Burgman will only make its position stronger. The Burgman will be targeted at young buyers and will take on scooters, such as Honda Grazia in the Indian market.
The Burgman looks very sharp and has a very bulky design. It gets a large head lamp set-up on the apron with separate turn indicators. The whole body gets deep creases giving it a sharp look while the rear body gets a dual-paint scheme giving it a very premium look. The Burgman utilises the platform of the Access 125 and will be powered by the same engine too.
The 124-cc, single-cylinder engine produces a maximum of 8.5 Bhp and a peak torque of 10.2 Nm in the Access 125. Due to the heavier weight of the Burgman, Suzuki is likely to retune the engine for better power distribution and a wider power powerband. It gets a similar CVT automatic transmission like the Access 125.
The scooter comes with a long list of features that includes full LED head lamps and tail lamps, a fully digital instrument cluster and the biggest under-seat storage area. Just like the Access 125, it gets a telescopic front fork and a mono-shock at the rear. The scooter gets a front disc brake, which is expected to be standard, and a rear drum brake. The scooter gets the Combi-brake system that distributes the braking force on the front wheel to the rear wheel too, thus allowing the rider to apply only the front brakes.
The Burgman Street 125 also gets a multi-function key slot that allows opening of the under-seat area and the fuel cap easily. For people on the move, the Burgman also offers a 12V charging socket that can be used to charge electronic devices.
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Here is the official video from Suzuki India