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Suzuki Access 125 BS6 Scooter Launched, starting price is Rs 64,800

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Suzuki Access 125 BS6 launched, starting price is Rs 64,800

Suzuki Motorcycles India has launched the Access 125 BS6 scooter in India. The Access 125 BS6 for a starting price of Rs 64,800 (ex-showroom, Delhi) for the Drum CBS and go up to Rs 69,500 for the Disc CBS Special Edition.

The ‘Standard’ trim of the scooter is further offered in a range of three variants: Alloy Drum Brake, Alloy Disc Brake and Steel Drum Brake. Similarly, the ‘Special’ trim is offered in two variants: Alloy Disc brake and Alloy Drum brake.

The two-wheeler manufacturer’s largest-selling scooter, Suzuki Access 125 is now powered by an updated BS6-compliant, 124 cc, FI engine that delivers 8.7 PS and 10 Nm of peak torque. The motor comes with the Suzuki Eco performance technology and is mated to a CVT.

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The power output remains unchanged as compared to the BS4 engines. However, torque figures have dropped (albeit marginally) by 0.2Nm.

The Standard Edition has three variants — Steel Drum Brake, Alloy Drum Brake and Alloy Disc Brake — while the Special Edition has two — Alloy Drum Brake and Alloy Disc Brake. Below are their prices (ex-showroom, Delhi).

Suzuki Access Drum CBS – Rs 64,800
Access Drum Cast – Rs 66,800
Suzuki Access Drum Cast Special Edition – 68,500
Access Disc CBS – 67,800
Access Disc CBS Special Edition – 69,500

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The BS6-compliant Access 125 competes with the recently launched BS6 versions of the Yamaha Fascino 125 and Honda Activa 125. The updated Yamaha Fascino 125 is priced at Rs 66,430 for Drum variant and Rs 68,930 for Disc variant while the Honda Activa 125 is priced from Rs 67,490 for Drum variant and Rs 74,490 for Disc variant – which makes the three standard-spec Access 125s cheaper than both scooters.

Via: India Today

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