Suzuki Access 125
Suzuki Access 125 is a scooter available at a price range of Rs. 68,800 to 73,400 in India. It is available in 5 variants and 9 colours. The Access 125 is a powered by 124cc BS6 engine. This engine of Access 125 develops a power of 8.7 ps and a torque of 10 nm . The Suzuki Access 125 gets disc brakes in the front and drum brakes at the rear. The Suzuki Access 125 weighs 104 kg and has a fuel tank capacity of 5 liters.
Suzuki Access 125 Latest Updates
The price of the Suzuki Access 125 has been hiked for the second time since its launch, now starting at Rs 68,800 and going up to Rs 73,400/ The Access is a popular family scooter catering to the 125cc segment. It is by far the best-selling 125cc scooter for years and Suzuki launched BS6-compliant Access 125 in January 2020 and showcased it at the 2020 Auto Expo as well. In March, the Japanese brand hiked its prices of all the BS6 variants for the first time.
Access 125 Specifications
Access 125 Variants
The Suzuki Access 125 BS6 is broadly classified into two variants: Standard and Special Edition. The latter comes with chromed-out circular rear view mirrors, tan brown seat, special edition logo on the side panels, brown interior panels, standard alloy wheels, and USB charging socket. This variant costs Rs 70,800 for the front drum brake version and Rs 71,700 for the disc brake variant. On the other hand, the Standard model is available in three sub-variants: drum brake with steel wheels (Rs 67,100), drum brake with alloy wheels (Rs 69,100) and disc brake with alloy wheels (Rs 70,000). All prices are ex-showroom Delhi.
Access 125 Design
Access 125 Features
Suzuki Access 125 Competitors
Suzuki Access 125 Summary
|Engine :||124 cc|
|Emission Type :||BS6|
|Power :||8.7 PS @ 6750 rpm|
|Mileage :||52.45 Kmpl|
|Seat Height :||773 mm|
|Kerb Weight :||104 kg|
|Engine :||124 CC|
|Colors :||Pearl White , Matte Red +7 more|
Suzuki Access 125 Price
The price of Suzuki Access 125 starts at Rs. 68,800 and goes upto Rs. 73,400. Suzuki Access 125 is offered in 5 variants - STD, Drum Cast, Disc CBS, Drum Cast Special Edition and the top variant Access 125 Disc CBS Special Edition which comes at a price tag of Rs. 73,400.
Suzuki Access 125 Price List in India
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Top Competitors of Access 125
Honda Activa 6G
Rs. 65,419Compare with Access 125
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Honda Activa 125
Rs. 68,997Compare with Access 125
TVS NTORQ 125
Rs. 66,885Compare with Access 125
Yamaha Fascino 125
Rs. 67,230Compare with Access 125
Suzuki Burgman Street
Rs. 79,700Compare with Access 125
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Vespa VXL 125
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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Access 125
- S.There is a issue with bs6 headlight.Its focus is always on the right side which is quite disturbing.
- Nothing like that everything is perfect
- With its sharp styling, the Honda Dio remains a popular scooter among the youth. The new addition of features has increased its appeal further, while the new cycle parts make it a better scooter to ride than before. However, it is an expensive offering for a 110cc scooter. On the other hand, the Honda Activa 125 BS6 does everything the previous scooter did and builds on it. In terms of practicality, comfort and reliability, few come as close as the Activa 125. It might not be thrilling to ride but with an extensive feature list, the Activa 125 ticks all the boxes of a family-oriented 125cc scooter. You may compare both the scooters according to their variants too. Do take a test ride in order to get better clarity. Check out authorised dealership details.
- 40 to 80
- 40 to 60
- I have a tvs ntorq race edition and the mileage really sucks.I hardly get a mileage of 32 kmpl and also there are many problems as reported by many users of ntorq including starting problem. The features of instrument cluster are also useless and not practical.The seat is very small and uncomfortable for a pillion.The body is of low quality fiber not of ABS quality or metal. If you need performance go for a bike instead of a scooter because scooter is for practicality not for performance. So for long term activa is a 100% safer option. Suzuki burgman street and access are also great options and value for money as they are comfortable and practical scooter, most importantly they are very fuel efficient. I am also planning to sell my ntorq and buy a burgman street because for performance I already have a duke 250.
- Riding ntorq gives you enthernal feel that you wont get in activa...activa is for mileage and Ntorq is for speed...activa looks like ordinary scooter where as ntorq looks very sporty...depends on what you are looking for in a scooter..Ntorq is made up of fibre but not bad quality ..mileage depends on road and how you ride it...its good when road is good..
- Activa 125 bs6 is a safer option as compared to ntorq.the built quality and mileage is better on activa 125. so go for activa blindly.
- We haven't been reported such issue for Activa yet. The new list of updates on India’s most popular scooter have made the Activa 6G a more exciting proposition than before. However, the Activa 6G still misses out on some basic features which should have been standard by now. The Jupiter was and remains a fantastic alternative to the best-selling Honda Activa. While the Honda Activa in its 6G avatar comes close to the Jupiter in terms of features, the Jupiter still has the edge when it comes to pricing. We feel that TVS could have equipped the Jupiter with more features to offset the inevitable price hike. It remains our pick as the best 110cc family scooter on sale. With its sharp styling, the Honda Dio remains a popular scooter among the youth. The new addition of features has increased its appeal further, while the new cycle parts make it a better scooter to ride than before. However, it is an expensive offering for a 110cc scooter. With the Yamaha Fascino 125 FI, the Japanese brand has chosen to offer more than just tangible features to justify the hike in BS6 prices. Its fuel-injected engine also promises better mileage and this coupled with the light kerb weight make it among the most easily maneuverable scooters on sale. The Suzuki Access 125 BS6 has all the crucial updates to help it continue its streak of being the best-selling scooter in the 125cc segment. Sure it does have its own set of shortcomings but as an overall package, the Suzuki Access 125 BS6 is capable of holding its own in the competitive segment. You may compare all these scooters according to their variants too. Do take a test ride in order to clear your all doubts. Check out authorised dealership details.
- In my opinion you should go with Honda Activa 6G......
- If we talk about Suzuki Access 125 BS6, it has all the crucial updates to help it continue its streak of being the best-selling scooter in the 125cc segment. Sure it does have its own set of shortcomings but as an overall package, the Suzuki Access 125 BS6 is capable of holding its own in the competitive segment. On the other hand, if you're looking for a fast, fun to ride and feature-rich scooter, the TVS Ntorq 125 is the right choice for you. It still remains the benchmark for performance in its class and the sporty styling adds to its appeal. Our only grouse is the premium pricing post the BS6 update. You may compare both the cars according to their variants too. Do take a test ride in order to clear your all doubts. Check out authorised dealership details.
- Suzuki access in terms of mileage performance and maintenance. TVS Ntorq in terms of looks
Editor's View of Suzuki Access 125
Manages to put out the same power as before despite being BS6 compliant, Still one of the most refined scooters in India, Superb ride quality -- soaks up bumps really well.
External fuel-filler cap isn’t exactly convenient. It still requires you to get off the scooter to unlock it, Brakes are not as sharp as some of its competition, The design is starting to feel dated.
The Suzuki Access 125 BS6 has all the crucial updates to help it continue its streak of being the best-selling scooter in the 125cc segment. Sure it does have its own set of shortcomings but as an overall package, the Suzuki Access 125 BS6 is capable of holding its own in the competitive segment.
Access 125 Detailed Review
While Honda is renowned for its scooter sales and is the undisputed king of the Indian scooter segment, another Japanese two-wheeler manufacturer has followed its footsteps. Suzuki Motorcycle India’s highest selling product is the Access 125 scooter. What made the Suzuki Access 125 click among the masses is the fact that it had a higher displacement 125cc motor as opposed to the 110cc unit on its rivals. Other positives were refinement, reliability and ease of maintenance being a product from the land of the rising sun.
The Suzuki Access maintained its position as among the highest selling 125cc scooter in India but has faced stiff competition since the Honda Activa 125 made its debut which is also our pick as the best 125cc scooter on sale in India. The Suzuki Access was showing its age cosmetically and mechanically while new products also sported better features. Taking note of this situation, the Japanese two-wheeler giant recently launched the new Suzuki Access 125.
Design & Features: 4/5
The bland styling was among the biggest drawbacks of the Access 125 and it wasn’t the most appealing scooters on sale. Gladly, Suzuki designers have taken stock of the situation and given the new Access 125 a fresh lease of life with respect to its appearance. The new Suzuki Access 125 gets more angular lines while the handlebar mounted large headlamp with chrome housing and apron mounted turn indicators give the new scooter a dominating face. In profile, the new Access 125 looks like any other run of the mill scooter but the exhaust muffler looks out of place.
Given the fact that the rear panel is swept back, the horizontal exhaust looks weird but the chrome heat shield will be appreciated by most Indian buyers. The large tail lamp unit with a panel of chrome above it looks unique and so do the optional alloy wheels. The Suzuki Access 125 isn’t a scooter that will garner the eyeballs similar to a Vespa but the overall styling is more appealing than its predecessor.
The new Suzuki Access 125 gets a semi-digital unit with a digital display for fuel gauge, odometer, service indicator and two trip meters. The seat can be unlocked conveniently through the ignition keyhole which is a good addition. Also the shutter key has a one push central lock system. There’s also a cubby hole next to the choke knob which is deep enough to hold a 1-litre water bottle. Mobile charger is an optional extra and is located next to the cubby hole unlike the under seat option as in rival scooters.
This means that one can place the phone in the cubby hole for charging and see notifications at red lights but we must warn that the phone can “pop out” while going over potholes or large speed breakers. The lack of an external fuel filler cap on the new scooter is a letdown as many 110cc scooters offer the same. Under seat storage is generous and among the best in segment. To make the scooter lighter, metal has been ditched for fibre body panels at the rear while the front apron and mudguard is metal. Switch gear quality is average while overall fit and finish along with build quality is good.
Engine & Performance: 4.5/5
Powering the new Access 125 is an air-cooled motor developing 8.7PS of power and 10.2Nm of torque. While in terms of number, there isn’t much of a difference between the new scooter and its predecessor but Suzuki engineers have focussed their attention to make the scooter more refined and efficient. Acceleration of the scooter is brisk and the new Access 125 darts off the line rather eagerly. Mid-range acceleration is good which is a crucial factor for overtaking and has a strong pull from 40kmph to 70kmph.
Apart from the performance, a factor that really impressed me was the refinement of the scooter. The Suzuki Access 125’s powerplant is among the smoothest in the segment. Despite riding the scooter at speeds close to 90kmph there wasn’t any vibes from the handlebar or footboard which speaks of its excellent engineering. Suzuki has applied the SEP (Suzuki Eco Performance) tech on the new scooter. SEP basically reduces friction between the mating parts of the engine thereby increasing thermal and fuel efficiency. The Japanese two-wheeler giant claims a mileage figure of 63kmpl which. On our test run, the new Suzuki Access 125 retuned us an overall mileage of 50-53kmpl which is among the highest for a 125cc scooter.
Ride, Handling & Braking: 4.5/5
In terms of riding ergonomics, the new Suzuki Access 125 is similar to any other scooter. But what sets it apart is the fact that it has a taller handlebar that makes riding posture a bit more comfortable for tall riders. Also this means that the handlebar doesn’t get locked with the rider’s thigh while negotiating U-turn which is the case with most other scooters. The long seat means that the pillion rider also isn’t cramped for space. Suzuki engineers have also reworked the telescopic front forks and the result is clearly apparent.
The new Suzuki Access 125 has excellent ride quality as it ironed out bumps and undulations with an authority of a third world dictator. This excellent damping endows the new scooter with the best ride quality in the segment. Our test scooter was equipped with the optional front disc brake which hasn’t been launched yet. They do a good job of shedding speeds with nice bite and progression though the rear tyre has the tendency to lock up under heavy braking. The new Suzuki Access 125 is also will swift on its toes and this can be credited to the 103kg kerb weight which makes it the lightest 125cc scooter on sale in India. The weight savings and the 12-inch dia front wheel make it an enthusiastic scooter to ride through the corners and the agile nature is fun as you squeeze your way past the traffic.
The scooter that we tested was the top-end variant Access 125 with disc brake and alloy wheels that hasn’t been launched in the Indian market yet. The base version of the new Suzuki Access 125 with steel wheels and drum brake has been priced at Rs 53,887 ex-showroom Delhi which makes it almost Rs 2,000 cheaper than the base Activa 125. As a product the new scooter ticks all the right boxes and is a marked improvement over its predecessor along with good mileage.
The square headlight and overall new design makes it unique and stand out in a crowd. Engine refinement and performance is the best in segment while lively handling and new list of features adds to its appeal. There are certain drawbacks like the plastic body and Suzuki’s restricted dealership network. But if you’re able to live with the above shortcomings and in the hunt for a powerful, comfortable and fun to ride scooter, the Suzuki Access 125 should be your pick.
Suzuki Access 125 Mileage
Suzuki Access 125 User Reviews
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Features & Styling4.2/5
Preferred For : Daily Commute
51% of users have given a rating of 4.5 and above
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the machine is wonder full it is very comfort for daily commute mileage is very good hence vehicle is wonder full
zero spares availability, waiting period for 1-2 months is mandatory after order given for spare parts.
This bike coming speed breakers.... Go slowly in 20 kmph.... Very bad.... Present my situation on this bike no move on..... Please required to customer care
I am not fully satisfied, just ok,service very bad
Maintain in good condition average is good
I brought Suzuki access 125 BS6 on 1st Feb 2020 and just after nearly 2 weeks we started facing problem with the scooter relating to the starter and kick . Our mechanic told us that the battery of the scooter is total spoiled and replacement of the battery is must . We seeked help of the Suzuki access service centre but they haven't give us a favourable response til date even after visiting them 3 times. I'm surprised how Suzuki is providing their customers with scooters that aren't electronically well checked and also their service isnt upto date . Totally dissatisfied. Would never recommend anybody to go for Suzuki henceforth.
I have been used this scooter since last 2 years It has good handling and brakings i like the most And the performance is overall good complaring to its rival scooters i hope externel fuel lid had a remote operated , Even it look cool because of Chrome finish which gives scooter a practical design . The one who rides a bike for daily commute. funky looks doesnt matter they can ho for Suzuki Access 125 if you guys need some Funky looks and with more advanced technolgy you can go to its other rival , But personally i Suggest Access is one of the best scooter in its segment
I have been riding this scooter for the past two years. During this time I find this vehicle very good in terms of practicality and comfort level (both rider and pillion). Seats are wide and sitting position doesn't stress you out on longer rides. As far as a scooter is concerned this is fairly powerful and I have never had any issues riding at speed of 70-80kmh. Few things could have better such as braking and headlight. Hopefully new BS6 version fixes those.
I bought a Suzuki Access 125 special edition on 2017 Feb .And I'm extremely happy . Because I make a lot of ride . When I check the first time mileage test believe me I got 67 km/ltr with the present of a technician from Suzuki authorized service center.Twice I faced some starting trouble . But if you compare with other scooters in India that's not a big deal.Any way this my experience with Access 125. And I don't have any bad comments that's all.
Best scooter out in india 👌 I just purchased new bs6 SE model it's gud vehicle iam getting 49 to 52 mileage but suspension and breaking are not good quick overtake was jst awesome in city touching 90 speed without any struggle handling was gud lower rpms you can fell littel vibrations when you cross 40 mark no vibrations engine fell so smooth......I wish suzuki to add engine k**l switch now better suspension rear and back and better Braking
Suzuki Access 125 Expert Reviews
Suzuki Access 125 BS6: Road Test Review
Is the new Access 125 BS6 worth the extra Rs 6,500 over its outgoing version?Feb 12, 2020 | By Team ZigWheels
2016 Suzuki Access 125 vs Honda Activa 125: Comparison Review
Suzuki’s all-new Access has impressed us in a lot of ways, and feels better than the original. But can it reclaim its crown of being the best 125cc scooter?Apr 6, 2016 | By Abhay Verma, Photography Eshan Shetty, Vikrant Date
Suzuki Access 125 : Detailed Review
Suzuki has given the ageing Access scooter a shot in the arm with cosmetic updates, reworked powerplant and new bunch of features. Have these changes and updates done the trick for the new Access 125? Read on..Apr 4, 2016 | By Arun Mohan Nadar Photography: Eshan Shetty
Suzuki Access 125 Images
Suzuki Access 125 Colours
Suzuki Access 125 News Updates
BREAKING: India’s Most Popular 125cc Scooter Is Now More Expensive
The Suzuki Access 125 is now dearer by nearly Rs 2,000Jun 2, 2020 | By Team ZigWheels
Suzuki Access 125 BS6 Becomes Dearer In Just 2 Months Of Its Launch!
The premium ranges from Rs 2,200 to Rs 2,300Mar 6, 2020 | By Team ZigWheels
Suzuki Access 125 BS6: Your Questions Answered
All the burning questions regarding Suzuki’s recent update of its most popular productFeb 20, 2020 | By Team ZigWheels
Suzuki Access 125 BS6 vs Suzuki Burgman Street BS6: Family Feud
Suzuki India’s scooters are now BS6 compliant! How do they fare against each other on paper?Feb 18, 2020 | By Team ZigWheels
Suzuki Access 125 BS6: Top 5 Facts
All the important details you need to know about the BS6-compliant version of the most popular 125cc scooter in India!Jan 8, 2020 | By Team ZigWheels
How Different Is The BS6 Suzuki Access 125 From The BS4 Model?
We list down all the differences between the two versions of India’s highest-selling 125cc scooterJan 7, 2020 | By Team ZigWheels
Suzuki Access 125 FAQs
What is the price of Suzuki Access 125?
The ex-showroom price of Suzuki Access 125 is 73,400. Check On Road Price of Access 125. .
What is the mileage of Suzuki Access 125?
The ARAI claimed mileage of Suzuki Access 125 is 57.2 2 kmpl. Also check User Reported Mileage of Access 125.
What is the Tyre and Wheel type of Suzuki Access 125?
Suzuki Access 125 has Tubeless tyre and Steel wheels.
Does the Suzuki Access 125 have ABS?
No, ABS feature is not available in Suzuki Access 125. View full specification of Access 125.
Which is better Suzuki Access 125 or Honda Activa 6G?
Suzuki Access 125 Price starts at Rs. 68,800 which is Rs. 3,381 costlier than base model of Honda Activa 6G priced at Rs. 65,419. Compare Suzuki Access 125 vs Honda Activa 6G on the basis of price, specs, features, reviews.
What is the EMI of Suzuki Access 125 in Delhi?
The EMI for the base variant of Suzuki Access 125 in Delhi is Rs. 1,982 per month @ 9.45% for a tenure of 36 months.
What are the colours available in Suzuki Access 125?
Suzuki Access 125 is available in 9 colours : Pearl White, Matte Red, Greenish Blue, Metallic Black, Pearl White, Platinum Silver, Fabroin Grey, Glass Black and Blue. View colour images of Access 125.
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