The new Suzuki Access 125 Special Edition and CBS model cost Rs 60,580 and Rs 58,980, respectively.
Suzuki Access 125 Special Edition receives multiple styling upgrades over the regular model.
Suzuki Motorcycle India has rolled out the Access 125 Special Edition at Rs 60,580 (ex-showroom, Delhi). Alongside, the bikemaker has introduced the Combined Braking System (CBS) and a new Metallic Sonic Silver with Beige Coloured Leatherette seat on the model lineup. The Suzuki Access 125 CBS comes with a price tag of Rs 58,980 (ex-showroom, Delhi). With the new upgrades, Suzuki’s 125cc scooter will give a good competition to Honda Activa 125 and TVS NTorq.
Commenting on the launch of Suzuki Access 125 Special Edition, Suzuki – EVP, Sales and Marketing, Sajeev Rajasekharan said, “The Access 125 has been one of the best-performing scooters not only in its segment, but is also a pioneer in the industry. It offers a blend of power, economy and premium appeal. The new CBS update on the Access 125 further improves the value proposition. Suzuki is committed to improving and innovating its products to offer best quality products to our customers. We are confident that with the new enhancements, we will be able to add many more customers to the Suzuki family.” Read: Suzuki Burgman Scooter – 5 Interesting Facts
The Suzuki Access 125 Special Edition receives multiple styling upgrades over the regular model. This limited edition features black-coloured alloy wheels and grab rail, round shaped chrome mirrors and a special edition badge. Buyers can get the special edition in two paint schemes – Metallic Matte Black and Pearl Mirage White. The Suzuki Access 125 CBS, on the other hand, comes in the six regular shades – Pearl Suzuki Deep Blue, Candy Sonoma Red, Glass Sparkle Black, Metallic Fibroin Gray, Metallic Sonic Silver and Pearl Mirage White. Read – Suzuki Katana Sport Motorcycles To Make A Comeback
Since its just a special edition, no mechanical changes have been made to the scooter. It uses the same 124cc single-cylinder engine that’s good for 8.5bhp and 10.2Nm of torque. For suspension duties, the scooter gets the telescopic forks up front and a single-shock unit at the rear. Stopping power comes from the front disc brake and a rear drum unit.
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