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Joanna Estrada
July 22, 2018

Suzuki has officially launched its Burgman Street in India at Rs 68,000 (ex-showroom, Delhi). Suzuki has started deliveries of the Burgman Street in India; prospective buyers can make a booking for an amount of INR 5,000. We did a detailed specifications comparison to find out where these three scooters stand against each other on paper. The tail section is also sharp with stylish LED tail light.

The Honda Grazia comes with a slightly bolder design with a lot of edgy lines and bolder styling bits. It borrows the maxi-scooter like design language from its bigger sibling, the Burgman 650 which is sold in worldwide markets. With a kerb weight of 108kg, the Burgman Street weighs 7kg more than the Access 125, which sits at 101kg.

The Suzuki Burgman Street is loaded with features such as a fully digital instrument cluster, apron-mounted LED headlight, multi-function key slot, mobile charging socket, storage pocket behind the front apron and spacious underseat storage of 21.5-litres. The large and thick front apron can not go unnoticed in the first glance of the scooter. While the bodywork on the Burgman Street is made of fibre, the Access 125 gets a metal front apron. The Burgman and NTorq get adjustable pillion footpegs with a sidestep, while the Grazia only gets adjustable footpegs.

Suzuki Burgman Street Launched In India At Rs 68,000 Specifications Features And Images
Suzuki launches new premium scooter 'Burgman Street' at Rs 68,000

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. The scooter features CBS (Combi-Brake System) as standard. The scooter runs on a 90/90-12 tire at the front and a 90/100-10 one at the rear.

The Suzuki Burgman Street shares its chassis and engine with the Access 125 and sits above the latter in the Indian two-wheeler market. The motor is mated to a CVT unit.

The vehicle is equipped with 4 stroke air-cooled engine with SOHC valve cylinder. The bike is expected to be priced at around Rs 6.5 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi) and it will compete with rival like Kawasaki Versys 650.

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