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Suzuki Burgman street Bluetooth enabled has connectivity features that enables the rider to sync the smartphone with the vehicle console and use features like turn-by-turn navigation, call and SMS alert display, WhatsApp alert, estimated time of arrival alert missed and missed call alerts, the technology has been developed keeping the requirements of today’s young customer in mind, those who always want to stay connected but don’t want to compromise on his/her safety by using a phone while riding a two-wheeler.
Suzuki Burgman street Bluetooth enabled is an innovative scooter that provides us with the service of current digital technology. Burgman street measures 780mm in height, weighs 110 kg and gives a ground clearance of 160mm. The engine is a four-stroke, one-cylinder air-cooled unit. It has a 124cc, BS6 engine and 10 NM torque. When compared to the bs4 motor, the torque is reduced by 0.2. The bike’s fuel system is fuel injected.
It also boasts a fully digital instrument console with Bluetooth, which we find extremely appealing. It connects to our Android phone via the Suzuki Ride Connect app. While riding our scooter, we receive call and SMS alerts, engine temperature, turn-by-turn navigation alerts, and eco-riding indicator. Aside from that, it displays the phone’s battery level, anticipated arrival time, and gives us overspeed warning. It features an LCD instrument panel with a nice white backlight. It also has a charging port.
Suzuki Burgman never fails to please us, both in terms of aesthetics and performance. It features a combined braking system as well as an air-cooled engine. In addition to the kick start, there is an electric start. It includes a pair of LED lights as well as a crisp and elegant appearance. The scooter features a wide seat and a spacious aluminium footrest. Even at 95km/h, there is no vibration. It features alloy wheels and a fuel tank capacity of 5.5 L.
The bike’s under-seat storage is a bit tiny because it doesn’t fit the helmet. However, it is balanced by the front storage. There is enough of storage in front, in fact, two cubicles, one closed and one open. They also have a blue light inside the front storage cubicle making it easy to fetch things in dark.
When compared to Suzuki Burgman street’s previous version, the main changes is in the instrument panel. It is fully digital, with the text being extremely clear sand conspicuous. It comes in peal mirage white, matte blue, matte fibroin grey, metallic matte black, and metallic matte Bordeaux red. In showrooms, the model costs an average of Rs 88,787. Even though its is not a maxi scooter it is styled like one.
SUZUKI BURGMAN STREET BLUETOOTH ENABLED VERDICT
Headlamp with a bright Light
In front, there are two storage cubicles.
Visually appealing design.
The panel quality could be improved
the underseat storage space is insufficient to accommodate a helmet.
In the case of tall persons, the handlebar may rub up against the knees.
Suzuki manufactures automobiles, four-wheel drive vehicles, motorcycles, all-terrain vehicles (ATVs), outboard marine engines, wheelchairs and a variety of other small internal combustion engines. Added to the global innovation in vehicles, Suzuki GB continues to innovate in other ways. In recent years, highlights have been Moto GP on BT Sport sponsorship, MK Dons Football Club title partners, London Olympics marine engine supplier.
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