The Suzuki Burgman Street 125 is the first maxi-scooter from Suzuki for the Indian market, which sits on top of the Suzuki’s automatic scooter line-up and it gets the same motor from the Access combined with the same chassis. It is also a feature-rich product with LED lamps on the front and the rear, and a fully digital instrument cluster, gets a 124cc single-cylinder air-cooled mill that powers the Access 125.
Suzuki Burgman Street features a 124cc BS6 engine with a 5.5L fuel tank size and has an average ex-showroom price of Rs 85,196. Burgman is available in two variants and five colors. The front disc and rear drum brakes offer an integrated braking system. It has a mileage of 47kmpl, a maximum power of 8.58 bhp, and a torque of 10 Nm. The smoother power delivery and fuel economy provided by the motor is a Burgman street specialty.
Another key feature that distinguishes the scooter is its storage area. There is enough room to hold our electronics using the two cubic holes in the front, one open and one closed. Connecting the Suzuki app to our device will provide us with information about the last parked site as well as share trip information.It is available in two versions: burgmann street Bs6 and burgmann street bluetooth.
It features a large windscreen, an LED headlight, and an LCD instrument cluster. The bike may be combined with a CVT transmission, and the engine is fitted with Suzuki environmental performance (SEP). It also has a 12 V charging port and a combined braking system.The braking system is controlled by the front disc brakes and the rear drum brakes. This model’s major rivals are the TVS Ntorg 125, Honda Grazia, Aprilla SR 125, and Vespa SXL 125.
It gives lot of space. the big front apron with a flyscreen is visually appealing. It has a chunky muffler and sculpted tree of panels. The rear tyre looks a little out of proportion. The LED headlamp offers a great throw. It has an aluminium foot peg which adds to the scooters premium factor and finish quality.
The riding position is upright and comfortable. It also has a long and well padded seat. It offers peppy acceleration but the engine sounds a bit gruff at higher speeds. But the handlebar is set lower than that of the axles, so if you are a tall rider the bar may brush against your knee.
SUZUKI BURGMAN STREET VERDICT
Refined 125cc engine with decent performance
Fully digital instrument console
Aesthetic appeal and current style
Sufficient underseat storage
Tall persons may find it uncomfortable to ride.
Rear tyre is tiny.
No external fuel filling.
The headlight beam barely spans 25-30 cm, which is quite unsafe at night.
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