2017 Suzuki Access Metallic Sonic Silver variant with drum brake and disc brake version is available at Rs 54,302 and Rs 57,615 (ex, Delhi) respectively.
2017 Suzuki Access receives a BSIV engine, AHO feature and a new Metallic Sonic Silver colour.
The Japanese two-wheeler manufacturer, Suzuki has launched the 2017 Access 125 in the Indian market. The new Suzuki Access 2017 gets a BSIV engine, AHO (Automatic Headlamp On) feature and a new Metallic Sonic Silver shade. The new Metallic Sonic Silver variant with drum brake and disc brake version is priced at Rs 54,302 and Rs 57,615 (ex-showroom, Delhi) respectively.
The new Metallic shade not only highlights its muscular statement, but accentuates its overall design lines as well. Now, the Suzuki Access 125 is available in a total of six colour schemes – new Metallic Sonic Silver (new), Pearl Suzuki Deep Blue, Candy Sonoma Red, Metallic Fibroin Grey, Glass Sparkle Black and Pearl Mirage White. The 2017 Suzuki Access 125 will lock horns with the Honda Activa 125 and Hero Maestro Edge.
|Metallic Sonic Silver Drum Brake||Rs 54,302 (Ex-showroom)|
|Metallic Sonic Silver Disc Brake||Rs 57,615 (Ex-showroom)|
|Drum Brake||Rs 59,668 (On-road)|
|Disc Brake||Rs 63,225 (On-road)|
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For 2017, the new Suzuki Access 125 scooter receives AHO feature thus making it safer than before. The scooter brims with features and style graphics. The headlight has a chrome finish 3D emblem right beneath it. The Access received a mid-life facelift previous year with minor cosmetic upgrades. The 2017 model looks largely identical to the old one. It features the same indicators, side panels and wraparound tail light cluster with LED brake lights closely guarded by indicators. The scooter has a larger floorboard along with a front pocket, an optional DC socket, an simple Suzuki Easy Start system which is first of its kind in this segment.
The bikemaker has also added leg shields and front fenders for extra protection and endurance. Similar to the previous model, the 2017 Suzuki Access 125 comes with a sturdier but lightweight frame which enhances its fuel efficiency, cornering performance, as well as straight line stability. Its performance is further supported by a larger 12-inch front tyre along with finely tuned suspensions that ensure more comfort and stability over rough and uneven roads. Other feature include push type shuttered key, a service indicators, and so forth.
The 2017 Suzuki Access comes with similar dimensions. It measures 1780mm in length, while the width stands at 650mm. The height is 1125mm and the wheelbase extends to 1250mm. The scooter stands tall above the ground with a ground clearance of 160mm, while the seat height is 780mm. The kerb weight of the scooter is 112kgs. The company claims that the new Access has longest seat in its segment. The Japanese auto maker has also equipped the vehicle with a new semi-digital instrument panel. The instruments for speed and fuel are pretty clear and can be noticed even under low light.
|Engine||BSIV, 4-stroke, single-cylinder, air-cooled OHC|
|Maximum Power||8.58hp @ 7,000rpm|
|Maximum Torque||9.8Nm @ 5,000rpm|
|Starter System||Self as well as Kick|
The 2017 Suzuki Access comes with the BS-IV (Bharat Stage IV emission norms) compliant engine – 124cc single-pot, air-cooled, four-stroke OHC. This power mill is benefited with SEP (Suzuki Eco Performance) technology, and churns out a maximum power of 8.54hp at 7,000rpm and a peak torque of 9.8Nm at 5,000rpm. Paired with a CVT (continuous variable transmission) gearbox, it can achieve 0-60kmph within 6.56 seconds. The new Access offers a top speed of 92kmph which is highly appealing for highway riders.
On the fuel efficiency ground, the 2017 Suzuki Access 125 is as economical as the older one. The scooter returns a claimed mileage of 64kmpl.
The new version of Suzuki Access gets coil-spring, oil-damped, telescopic over the front end, while the rear end has coil-sprung, oil-damped, and swing arm type suspension. These help in a smooth , vibration-free, and sophisticated ride even over the most rough terrains. The new Access 125 also features 120mm drum type brakes on front as well as the rear end. While, the disc front brake comes as an option.
Though there are several other rivals, but on a major basis the 2017 Suzuki Access 125 will be challenging the growing the market share of Honda Activa 125.
New Suzuki Access 2017 Other Details
Front – Telescopic, Coil Spring, Oil Damped
Rear – Swing Arm Type, Oil Damped, Coil Spring
Front – 90/100-10 (Tubeless)
Rear – 90/100- 10 (Tubeless)
Front – Drum (120mm)
Rear – Drum (120mm)
Battery – 12V, 3Ah Maintenance Free
Headlight – 12V 35/35w
New Suzuki Access 2017 Colors – Metallic Sonic Silver, Glass Sparkle Black, Metallic Matt Fibroin Gray, Pearl Mirage White, Candy Sonoma Red, and Pearl Suzuki Deep Blue No.2