Suzuki Motorcycles India Ltd., has unleashed an all-new indigenously developed premium scooter, the Suzuki Burgman Street at the 14th edition of Auto Expo 2018. The India-bound 125cc automatic maxi-scooter will hit the showrooms later this year and will be priced above rival Honda Grazia. Suzuki Burgman Street comes with impressive styling cues and lauding street presence alongside a comfortable and relaxed riding posture. In the international market, the famed Burgman scooter range is offered in the 125cc, 200cc, 250cc, 400cc and 600cc variants. Burgman Street 125 price has not been revealed by the company but is expected to fall around 80,000 (ex,showroom).
With its European design, the Burgman Street scooter promises to deliver personal mobility for the customers looking for high end luxury experience. The scooter features LED headlamps, outstretched foot position, body mounted windscreen and front disc combination braking system. The scooter is expected to arrive in India somewhere in the year 2018. Suzuki Burgman 125 is packed with a 4-stroke, single cylinder, air-cooled, SOHC, 2-valve carburated engine that is likely to produce about 10bhp of power and similar torque numbers. The 125cc maxi-scooter will source its air cooled engine from Suzuki’s current range of automatic scooters alongside is expected to use a carburetor, which will be paired to a CVT automatic gearbox.
Suzuki Burgman Street 125 gets hydraulic disc brake at front and drum brakes at the rear. The maxi-scooter is fitted with alloy wheels of 12-inch and 10-inch tubeless tyres at front and rear respectively. Moreover, the telescopic front suspension is kept standard along with monoshock unit at the rear. The scooter carries a ground clearance of 160mm and weighs 110kgs.
Alongside, the company also showcased, the bigger version of the Burgman series- the Burgman 650. It derives its solid power from the 638cc, 4-stroke, 2-cylinder, liquid cooled DOHC engine. The 650cc variant comes with dual disc brakes at the front and single disc at the rear side. There is no official word from the company about the higher capacity scooter launch in India.