Suzuki Burgman Street launched at Rs 68,000

Suzuki Burgman Street launched at Rs 68,000

Suzuki Burgman Street launched at Rs 68,000

Commenting on the Burgman Street launch, Uchida said the scooter will herald a new era of luxury scooter riding in the country and would help the company strengthen its position in the 125 cc segment. Powering the Burgman Street is the same 124cc engine from the Access 125.

The Burgman Street is the first maxi scooter launched in India after the Kinetic Blaze. The 125cc Burgman Street bridges the price gap between the entry-level premium, like the Honda Grazia (Rs 63,994) and the TVS NTorq (Rs 59,687), and the more premium Vespa LX125 (Rs 74,400). The scooter gets a very angular and sharp design and is targeted at the youngsters. The seat is comfortable and spacious and is slightly stepped-up. The rider can also stretch his/her legs on the board behind the front apron.

The scooter also gets a fully-digital multifunctional instrument console. Design elements include a broader seat, high-set windscreen, wide handlebars and broader front apron with integrated storage pockets and a USB charger socket.

"The 125cc segment in scooters is a very exciting place now where we also enjoy a strong leadership position".

Suzuki Burgman Street launched at Rs 68,000

The Suzuki Burgman Street is available in three colour options - Pearl Mirage White, Metallic Matt Fibroin Gray and Glass Sparkle Black. The scooter weighs 108 kg and comes with a 5.6-litre fuel tank.

The Suzuki Burgman Street shares its chassis and engine with the Access 125 and sits above the latter in the Indian two-wheeler market. So, there is no direct competition, right now, for the Suzuki's new entrant.

The BS IV engine scooter produces 8.7 ps at 7,000 rpm and the torque races 10.2 Nm at 5,000 rpm. Suzuki claims a maximum fuel efficiency of 53 km/l as per their global tests. Suzuki has equipped the scooter with a front disc and rear drum brake along with CBS (combi-brake system) as standard.

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