Suzuki Burgman Street 125 Scooter Launched in India at Rs 68,000
Suzuki Burgman Street 125 Scooter (Photo Credits: Twitter)

Suzuki Motorcycles India has finally launched the new Burgman Street 125cc scooter in India today. Priced at Rs. 68,000 (ex-showroom Delhi), the newly launched Burgman Street is the first maxi-scooter launched in the 125cc scooter space. The scooter was initially showcased at Auto Expo 2018 earlier this year. The maxi scooter borrows its name and design from the elder sibling, which is currently on sale in the international market. The Japanese two-wheeler is looking to strengthen its hold in the 125cc segment with the new Burgman Street scooter which is a premium offering in the market.

The company initiated the pre-bookings for its first maxi scooter in the 125cc segment previously. Interested buyers can book the scooter across all the Suzuki dealerships throughout the country with upfront payment of Rs. 5,000. The new Suzuki Burgman Street shares underpinning with Access 125 scooter. Yamaha RayZR Street Rally Edition Scooter Launched in India, Priced at Rs. 57,898.

Powering the newly launched Suzuki Burgman Street scooter is the same 124cc, single-cylinder engine that is also equipped on Suzuki Access. The unit is tuned to develop max power of 8.7 bhp against 10.2 Nm of peak torque and comes mated to a continuously variable transmission (CVT) unit. As far as the performance is concerned, the new Suzuki Burgman Street scooter is claimed to return fuel economy in the range of 35 to 40 kmpl.

On the feature front, the 125cc scooter comes with LED headlamp, under seat storage space, tall windscreen, LCD instrument cluster, large alloy wheels, USB charging, step-up style seat, LED tail lights, front disc brake, and more. As far as the safety is concerned, the company has added a CBS system on the scooter in-line with the new safety norms. Coming to the price point, the new Suzuki Burgman Street 125 is launched in India at Rs. 68,000 (ex-showroom Delhi). It competes against the likes of Honda Grazia, Aprilia SR 150 and TVS Ntorq 125.