Suzuki launches India's first 'maxi scooter' Burgman Street at Rs 69,000

Doris Richards
July 21, 2018

The handlebar design is also unique and scooter also gets a windscreen inspired from the global Burgman series. The scooter comes with a stepped seat, side-mounted exhaust and an LED tail lamp cluster at the rear.

The Suzuki Burgman Street faces competition from the TVS Ntorq 125 and the Honda Grazia. Suzuki Motorcycle India today added an all-new model to its scooter line-up with the launch of the new Suzuki Bugman Street 125.

The Burgman Street 125 is employed with a telescopic fork up front and a hydraulic type at the rear.

Suzuki Motorcycle India aims to invest ₹600 crore in the first phase of its second plant, which it plans to set up in the country, a top company official said on Thursday. It also gets a small visor at the front to save the rider from windblasts on the highways. It comes with a multifunction full-digital instrument panel with a digital clock, fuel gauge, oil change indicator and a dual trip meter. Some interesting additions to the package include a convenient front pocket with standard fitment of DC socket and USB charger as an optional extra. The new BURGMAN STREET is available in three colours - Metallic Mat Fibroin Gray, Glass sparkle black and Pearl Mirage White. The NTorq offers the largest under seat storage space of 22-litre, followed by the Burgman that offers 21.5-litre and then the Grazia with an 18-litre storage compartment.


The 125cc segment in scooters is a very exciting place now where we also enjoy a strong leadership position.

Suzuki has opted to go for tried and tested 125cc mill borrowed from the Access 125 to the Burgman Street as well.

"This launch will help us further consolidate our position in the 125 cc segment", Suzuki Motorcycle's Managing Director Satoshi Uchida told reporters here. It generates a similar 8.7 PS at 7,000 rpm and 10.2 Nm at 5,000 rpm. Suzuki has equipped the scooter with a front disc and rear drum brake along with CBS (combi-brake system) as standard.

Suzuki is also touting its SEP (Suzuki Eco Performance) technology, that supposedly offers an optimal fuel-efficiency without compromising on power or performance.

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