The Suzuki Let’s received its latest update with the addition of a BS-IV compliant engine last year. It was launched in 2014 in India and is now priced at Rs 47,272 ex-showroom, Delhi.
Targeted towards women riders, the Suzuki Let's features a conventional design, with fibre body panel to keep the kerb weight as low as 98kg. Suzuki claims a mileage figure of 63kmpl for the 110cc scooter.
The Suzuki Let’s gets tubeless tyres, maintenance-free battery and safety shutter on the keyhole. It also gets mobile charger as an optional extra. It is also offered in three attractive dual-tone shades with graphics that add to its appeal.
Orange Matte Black
Royal Blue Matte Black
Glass Sparkle Black
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