Rs. 59,014 - 63,581
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Suzuki Access 125 Latest Updates

Suzuki has launched its best selling scooter, the Access 125, in two new variants - standard and special edition. The base model retails at Rs 59,891, while the special edition costs Rs 61,590 (both prices, ex-showroom Delhi). It features a retro-styled beige-coloured seat to go along with the new paint job. Aside from this, the scooter remains unchanged. It's powered by a 124cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine with SEP (Suzuki Eco Performance). The motor generates 8.7PS at 7000rpm and a peak torque of 10.2Nm at 5000rpm.

With the inclusion of the new paint scheme, customers can choose from eight colour options between the standard and special edition models - Candy Sonoma Red, Metallic Matte Fibroin Gray, Pearl Suzuki Deep Blue, Glass Sparkle Black, Pearl Mirage White and Metallic Sonic Silver. If that doesn't catch your fancy, Suzuki also has a Special Edition variant on offer which gets exclusive styling elements, including a contrasting seat cover, chrome mirrors and a brown floorboard. The Suzuki Access 125 competes against the Honda Activa 125, Honda Grazia, TVS NTorq 125, Hero Maestro Edge 125 and the Hero Destini 125

Suzuki Access 125 Price

The price of Suzuki Access 125 starts at Rs. 59,014 and goes upto Rs. 63,581. Suzuki Access 125 is offered in 5 variants - Drum CBS, Alloy CBS, CBS, Special Edition Drum Alloy CBS and the top variant Access 125 Special Edition Disc CBS which comes at a price tag of Rs. 63,581.

Suzuki Access 125 Variants Price List

Access 125 Drum CBS
124 cc | 64 kmpl
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Access 125 Alloy CBS
124 cc | 64 kmpl
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Access 125 CBS
124 cc | 64 kmpl
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Editor's View of Suzuki Access 125

  • Upside

    A complete redesign, retro styling, disc brake option available

  • Downside

    Stiff competition from the Activa 125

  • Our Verdict

    Suzuki has revamped the Access and by the looks of it it looks quite good. It now comes with SEP technology, alloy wheels, an optional front disc and with ride quality as its main focus. The Access is a complete package and should help Suzuki make up lost ground despite the competition being rather stiff in the segment.

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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Access 125

Q. Is Access have good resale value?
  • Yeah.. it's a people mentality. they only focus on Activa.. which is great scooter as they think. but they don't know real condition ..which is Access is way better than honda Activa. because of its handling, ride quality, performance etc. load carrying capacity etc.
  • If the vehicle is 2018 model it may be sell approximately 45000 - 47000.i too don't know the exact VALUE, i said the above price by checking in OBV
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Q. Is this right option to buy this bike - Access 125?
  • Yes every thing is nice but I didn't like its self start and go only for special edition
  • Yeah. of course.. go for it.but go for top end model that have disc brake.
  • If you need mileage then don't look at this access
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Q. My daily ride is of 120 km so which is the best scooter - Access 125?
  • Better acess or activa. Since my purchase of destini i am having air leak problems from both the tyres. Worst scooter of all time.
  • Yes,but ntorq is the perfect one
  • You buy some mileage Bike APACHE or may b you can try Honda CBR if you want to go for style
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Q. Is the silencer issue covered under warranty - Access 125?
  • May or may not.Ones you go to showroom and get information.
  • Yes. It may be claimed
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Suzuki Access 125 User Reviews

4.1 /5
1052 Rating & 337 reviews
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  • 5.0

    Access 125 is the best in it's scooter segment with respect of reliability, cost, performance, pickup and mileage. It's giving me 45 k.m./ltr of petrol and yet to go for first service. Light weight, easy to handle, bike like pickup.. all are excellent. Mine is BS 4 edition with disk brake. However, I had incorporated some changes/additions in my Suzuki Access 125 to get more utility from the vehicle. Though the following actions of mine may void the warranty on my vehicle, I'm not bothered about it.1. Changing of headlight bulb:-Got changed my stock hologen bulb - A.C. 35w with 42w LED Bulb (D.C.) - cost Rs.600/- with slight wiring. Now my vehicle headlight gives me almost 5 times more light then stock bulb.2. Installation of Headlight on/off switch:-There is a provision provided to fix a switch in the right hand side (near throttle) of the Suzuki Access 125. I got fixed Honda Activa headlight on-off switch (cost Rs. 60/-) with slight wiring. Now as soon as I start my vehicle, the front parking lights glow (at headlight off position) thus complying with BS 4 standards. And I can switch on & off my vehicle headlight at my wish.3. Replacing stock parking and indicator bulbs with LED Bulbs:-I had replaced these bulbs with LED Bulbs at a cost of Rs.180/- without any wiring work. A flasher (Rs.70/-) has been fixed along with a buzzer (Rs.30/-). However, back side break light remains A.C. stock bulb only.4. Replacing stock city-cum-highway light switch with Pass switch:-A TVS Jupiter Pass switch is replaced (cost Rs. 98/-) against stock city-cum-highway light switch which perfectly fitted. This will work for all 3 functions i.e. city light, highway light and pass light. Slight wiring is done.5. Fixing of Engine off/kill switch:-This needs careful electrical skill for wiring. An "Anupam" brand on-off switch (cost Rs.35/-) has been installed just above the headlight on-off switch. Now without touching my vehicle key, I can switch off the running vehicle with gentle press of my thumb.6. Replacing stock single horn with double horn:-Replaced with Minda double horn (high & low) at Rs.325/- with cut out (Rs.120/-) by slight wiring work.7. Got fixed mobile Charger-cum-holder at Rs.500/- to my left mirror.The total labour paid for electrical work is 1k.I just purchased and yet to know the mileage of the vehicle. But I'm totally satisfied with the top class performance of engine and above additions.

  • 5.0

    The suzuki access 125 is the most practical scooter in the entire scooter segment with the best mix of performance, comfort and practicality.Like every Indian individual I also bought an Activa , the 125 cc one which within the frst week started showing its true colour .. it started rattling the mileage was low and the performance was just a bit better than 110cc activa ... then I bought the access 125 and was really happy with it .. the throttle response was crisp and it takes of the line quicker than many 150cc premium commuters and has also got a decent top speed of about 95kmph and will do 100kmph on the speedometer. Im a keen rider and ride at higher speeds most of the time ane the scooter remains stable even at its top speed and feels stress free while achieving it ... with my kind of riding I manage to extract a mileage of 52 to 55 kmpl whereas if you ride like a normal person it will stretch to about 58 to 60kmpl which is a lot better than the Activa 125 which to date returns a mileage of just 38 to 45 kmpl and doesnt even go over 85kmph . The longer seat and bigger underseat storage is the icing on the cake . I have till date clocked 17000kms on my Access 125 and its still going smooth and strong .😃

  • 4.6

    I can describe this after use of almost 2.5 years 20,000 KMs- Milage is ranging around 45 KMPL which is not bad for any gearless scooter.- Space uder seat and in front is very big and much useful you can carry a lots of stuff and even heavy things for your daily usage- Front wheel is bigger which gives you feeling of riding bike- Very much comfortable and seat is very broad.- I did all of my services in suzuki servicr station and believe me maintenance cost is amlost nothing after this 20,000 KMs run.- I drive more than 250 KMs in a day many time ans scooter run very smoothly at the top speed of 92 KMPH not heating at all and you can keep going as many KMs you want.- one request that you must convert tubeless tyre into tube tyre after 2-3 punchers otherwise yout tyre will become defective..Thanks for reading..

  • 5.0

    Best scooter.I am the person who think a lot of bikes.. search many sites and read expert reviews.long term review. and then compared to my needs. and then finally I write all my needs and see is there any one bike(scooter) mach to daily needs. Access 125 is mach for my daily requirements. like my requirements is luggage carrying capacity, painless Riding, breaking is Nice another if me and my wife is sit on the bike if I want to over take bus or truck or any other vehicle the access give me confidence to over take that vehicle, that sudden push is required. that"s why I chose Access 125.and main wise it"s only cost me around 220 to 280 for 4th servicing..

  • 3.8

    I’ve bought the special edition matte black version and it is definitely an eye catcherWould have been better with LED lights though. It’s really not very comfortable and rides may become strenuous after a while of commuting.Performance is alright, doesn’t have a zoom factor and this is what ultimately made me buy a motorcycle, for me, it doesn’t really inspire you to go on rides more than 3 kilometers. I find it slow and unassurring beyond 70km/hr. Buy it if you want to save up on petrol and and want convenience to be a determining factor.Don’t buy it if you’re looking for the thrill of a ride, it’s not fast.

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  • 1.0

    I Purchased on 20 April 2019.. I Completed 4 services.. Worst Service.. Worst mileage (36-42). Lights failed after 3rd Service.. Battery totally failed after 4th Service.. We can't use without electric start.. Very difficult to start without electric start.. Not worth 75000.....

  • 4.6

    Apart from having a not so good service centre (which is a major concern), felt there were many times issues like Front tyre making noise while starting/stoping (at very low speeds), performance going down and vibrations/noise (NVH) increasing off & on. Rest. has driven having 10k at odo, things are good with the scooter !

  • 1.4

    This bikes having manufacturing problems. In 45 days of purchasing I kept my bike in service center for 15dsys. Thier service is too bad even from Suzuki side. My bike have back wheel problem this guys not tring to slove permanently. I really not recommend this Suzuki bikes because if have any problem they have attend and try to slove our problem but thier service is favour to thier dealers. To connect Suzuki customer care we have to wait more than 7mins and thier will take three days of time to know your problem and attend us. Really too bad service and this bikes having manufacturing problems

  • 5.0

    I m getting a mileage of 47 km /l better than 110 cc scooters , now this is tha best part . Performance is absolutely athletic, nice top speed and suspension is so comfortable on speedbreakers .loved it .

  • 3.8

    Suzuki access is Nice but small

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Suzuki Access 125 Expert Reviews

  • 2016 Suzuki Access 125 vs Honda Activa 125: Comparison Review
    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
  • Suzuki Access 125 : Detailed Review
    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
  • New Suzuki Access 125 vs Honda Activa 125: Spec Comparison
    New Suzuki Access 125 vs Honda Activa 125: Spec Comparison

    Suzuki had recently unveiled the new version of the Access 125 at the 2016 Auto Expo. We have compared the new offering from the Suzuki stable with the Honda Activa 125 to provide you with an overview on the specifications between the two scooters

    Feb 9, 2016
  • Honda Activa 125 vs Suzuki Access 125: Comparison Review
    Honda Activa 125 vs Suzuki Access 125: Comparison Review

    We pit Honda Activa 125 against the proven Suzuki Access to find out which one rules the roost

    May 14, 2014

Suzuki Access 125 Colours

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  • Black
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Suzuki Access 125 Highlights

Access 125 was 3rd Most Selling Scooter in September'19
The Suzuki Access has been the reigning king of the 125cc scooter segment for a while. In fact, it even overtook the TVS Jupiter in year-on-year sales in the month of January 2019. The 2019 Suzuki Access 125 now comes equipped with CBS (combined braking system) and is offered in two variants - drum and disc - priced at Rs 57,219 and Rs 60,188 (ex-showroom Delhi), respectively. The Suzuki Access 125 offers an appealing design paired with features like a front pocket on the apron, a USB charging socket, Suzuki Easy Start System, an analogue-digital instrument console and chrome highlights. There are six colour options to choose from - Candy Sonoma Red, Metallic Matte Fibroin Gray, Pearl Suzuki Deep Blue, Glass Sparkle Black, Pearl Mirage White and Metallic Sonic Silver. In terms of competition, the Access 125 goes up against the Honda Activa 125, TVS Jupiter, and the Yamaha Fascino.

Suzuki Access 125 Mileage

ARAI Claimed 64 Kmpl
User Reported 45 Kmpl

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