Motorcycle India has introduced the
alloy wheel with drum brake variant of its Suzuki Access 125 scooter. The new
variant has been launched to cater to the rising demand for alloy wheel option
in scooters. The scooter is priced at Rs 59,891(ex-showroom, New Delhi) and the
Special Edition retails at Rs 61,590 (ex-showroom, New Delhi).
new Suzuki Access 125 is powered with all aluminum 4 stroke, single cylinder
124cc engine with Suzuki Eco Performance technology which produces
8.7ps@7000rpm and 10.2Nm@5000rpm. It also offers M-Squish combustion chamber
which further enhances engine performance.
new variant is equipped with Suzuki easy start system, long seat and enlarged
floor board for a relaxed riding position. Furthermore, the scooter is designed
with chrome plate finish, stylish headlamp, digital meter, oil change indicator
and dual trip meter; making it a stylish as well as a utilitarian offering for
all riders. Also, it comes up with Combined Brake System (CBS) which enables to
operate both brakes only by left brake lever to keep good balance between the
front and rear brake forces. Along with CBS, the scooter is also equipped with
Central Locking and unique Safety Shutter for its security.
new Suzuki Access 125- alloy wheel with drum brake variant is available in 4
colour scheme - Pearl Suzuki Deep Blue, Glass Sparkle Black, Metallic Matt
Fibroin Gray and Pearl Mirage White. It will also be available in Access 125
Special Edition (SE) variant in existing 4 colours - Matte Bordeaux Red,
Metallic Matte Black, Metallic Sonic Silver and Pearl Mirage White.
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