Suzuki Burgman Street launched in India at Rs 68,000

Suzuki Burgman Street 125 TVS NTorq and Honda Grazia are well-equiped and offers similar output

Although the concept of maxi-scooter is popular among the South East Asian countries, it has not found many takers in India when Kinetic launched Blaze way back in 2006 and discontinued eventually. The company, which today launched a new 125-cc scooter Burgman Street priced at Rs 68,000 (ex-showroom), also plans to expand its sales network by around 200 touch points this fiscal as part of its mid term goal of achieving 10 lakh unit sales by 2020. The front apron houses LED headlamps, position lamps and turn indicators.

The Suzuki Burgman Street uses maxi-scooter styling inspired by the larger Burgman range sold in global markets.

The Burgman Street has a fully digital instrument cluster that resembles the unit on the Suzuki Gixxer 150/ Intruder 150. Tubeless tires, front disk brake, 12V charging socket and multi-function key slot are the other premium bits. Equipped with exciting features, Burgman Street redefines luxury and comfort in the scooter segment in the country. Also, the new scooter offers an under-seat storage capacity of 21.5-litre which is class-leading.

The Suzuki Burgman Street 125 is a maxi-scooter
The Suzuki Burgman Street 125 is a maxi-scooter

The Suzuki Access 125, on which the Street is based, retails for Rs 59,118 (ex-showroom, Delhi) for the CBS variant.

The BS IV engine scooter produces 8.7 ps at 7,000 rpm and the torque races 10.2 Nm at 5,000 rpm. The mill comes mated to CVT.

Built on the underpinnings of the Access 125, the Burgman Street sports a completely different appeal. The scooter gets the combi-brake system as standard. So, there is no direct competition, right now, for the Suzuki's new entrant. "By bringing in the unique exposure of Suzuki's worldwide Burgman heritage, we believe that it will be a "Special One" in this segment that will herald a new era of luxury scooter riding in India", said Satoshi Uchida, Managing Director, Suzuki Motorcycle India Pvt Ltd.

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