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Suzuki Burgman Street

SUZUKI BURGMAN STREET

PRICE: Rs. 68,000 
(EX SHOWROOM PRICE)


Suzuki has launched Burgman Street in India on 19 of July. This new scooter from Suzuki India costs around 68000 INR (ex showroom price). The Japanese scooter sports up the same 124cc motor seen on the Access 125. Unveiled at the Auto Expo 2018, its booking has also started in all Suzuki stores by just paying 5000 INR.


Design:

The Burgman Street has a maxi-scooter-like look with a big and large windscreen and LED headlamps laid out on the front apron. It's not an outright maxi-scooter but looks more bigger than the Grazia from Honda. Like all the  properly big maxi-scooters seen internationally, the Burgman Street also includes an exposed handlebar, while we have  all-digital instrument console is assembled  on the front apron, sitting between the handlebar and the windscreen and  have  a 21.5-litres of storage. The base board or floor space is ample, with a hook to mount small bags and goods under the seat.
In all kind of  maxi-scooter style, the rider's area is slightly narrow while the pillion seat section looks broad and comfortable. The rear side of scooter gets a unit piece grabrail and an LED tail with both side having indicators.

Engine:

Since , there is similarity in engine between Access 125 and Burgman , it too resuls in 8.7PS at 7000rpm, with a peak torque of 10.2 Nm generated at 5000 rpm. Power to the rear is transferred via a CVT gearbox.To tackle bad roads, the Suzuki Burgman Street gets telescopic front forks and a monoshock unit at the rear. Similar to the Access 125, the Burgman Street too gets a 12-inch front and 10-inch rear alloy wheels.The braking system of Burgman is based on a disc brake up front and drum unit at the back wheel. As an added safety measure, Suzuki also includes a Combined Braking system.

The Suzuki Burgman Street will rival with many of the best scooter likr Honda Grazia, the TVS Ntorq 125, the Vespa SXL 125 and the Aprilia SR 125.

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