SUZUKI BURGMAN (2019) 124 cc 8.6 bhp @ 7,000 RPM
Burgman Street price in India
Street 125 Summary
|Burgman Street 125 key highlights|
|Kerb Weight||108 kg|
|Max Power||8.6 bhp @ 7,000 RPM|
Suzuki Burgman Street Latest Updates
Suzuki India propelled Burgman Street at Rs 68,000 (ex-showroom Delhi) on nineteenth July 2018. The Japanese bike is fueled by the equivalent 124cc engine seen on the Access 125. Divulged at the Auto Expo 2018, appointments for Burgman Street have just started and one can book it for Rs 5000 at the closest Suzuki bike outlet.
The Burgman Street gets a maxi-bike like styling with an enormous windscreen and LED headlamps spread out on the front cover. It is anything but an out and out maxi-bike yet looks bigger than the Honda Grazia. Much like the appropriately huge maxi-bikes seen universally, the Burgman Street additionally gets an uncovered handlebar, while the all-advanced instrument comfort is put on the front cover, sitting between the handlebar and the windscreen and a liberal 21.5-litres of capacity. The section of flooring space is plentiful, with a snare under the seat to mount little sacks.
In a run of the mill maxi-bike style, the rider situate region is somewhat decreased while the pillion seat segment appears to be wide and agreeable. The back gets a solitary piece grabrail and a LED tail unit with integrated side markers.
Since the Suzuki Burgman Street imparts its engine to the Access 125, it also creates 8.7PS at 7000rpm, with pinnacle torque of 10.2 Nm generated at 5000rpm. Capacity to the back is moved through a CVT gearbox.
To handle awful streets, the Suzuki Burgman Street gets adjustable front forks and a monoshock unit at the back. Like the Access 125, Burgman Street also gets a 12-inch front and 10-inch back composite wheels. Braking is overseen by a circle brake in advance and drum unit at the back. As an additional wellbeing measure, Suzuki likewise offers a Combined Braking framework.
The Suzuki Burgman Street will equal against the Honda Grazia, the TVS Ntorq 125, the Vespa SXL 125 and the Aprilia SR 125.