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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.
Editor's View of Suzuki Lets
Sharp and stylish design, Lightweight at just 98kg, Refined engine
Doesn’t get metal body, Lacks features compared to rivals, Ride quality is stiff
The Suzuki Let’s is a refined, lightweight and fun to ride scooter which offers decent mileage also. But it misses out on features in comparison to its rivals and the stiff ride quality is a downer.
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Q. Im confused between Access 125 and Lets 110.
Q. Which is best Suzuki Let's or Honda Activa I?
Q. Would you consider this the best 110cc scooter in india in terms of riding comfort & mileage?
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Suzuki Lets Colours
Orange Matte Black
Royal Blue Matte Black
Glass Sparkle Black
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Features & Styling3.6/5
Preferred For : Daily Commute
50% of users have given a rating of 4.5 and above
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Suzuki Motorcycle India confirms plans of launching an electric scooter and an electric motorcycle alongside Maruti’s first EV for the Indian marketJuly 5, 2018 By Team ZigWheels
The Suzuki Let’s dual-tone variant has been priced at Rs 48,193 (post-GST price, Delhi)July 6, 2017 By Team ZigWheels
Suzuki has updated the Let’s scooter and Hayate EP motorcycle to adhere to the new Bharat Stage IV emission normsMarch 19, 2017 By Team ZigWheels