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  • Q. How is the overall performance of Burgman Street?

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    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    At 108kg, the Burgman weighs 7kg more than the Access 125. It carries forward the Access 125’s air-cooled, 124cc single-cylinder motor and makes the same 8.7PS at 7000rpm and 10.2Nm at 5000rpm. So it's logical that the Burgman would be slower than the Access 125. But it isn't. Burgman’s extra weight fails to dampen performance or fuel efficiency, it is in the braking department that it makes a difference. The braking setup comes from the Access 125, which means it gets a front disc and rear drum. The Burgman, however, gets combined braking, something the Access 125 we tested missed out on. Although CBS helps the rider brake better in an emergency situation, it has no real effect on braking distance, which mainly depends on the effectiveness of the brake and tyre grip. During our braking tests, the Burgman came to a standstill from 60kmph in 21.56 metres. The lighter Access 125 does it in 20.44 metres. Not only is the Burgman better in terms of performance and fuel efficiency, it also offers a more mature and relaxed ride experience thanks to its blend of seating position, refinement and ride quality. It is a premium product and feels a notch above the Access 125. It ticks all the right boxes of performance, refinement and the even more important fuel efficiency while offering a balanced ride and handling package. Also Read - Suzuki Burgman Street: Road Test Review: https://www.zigwheels.com/reviews-advice/reviews/suzuki-burgman-street-road-test-review/31730/

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    Priyank
    Priyank | 1 year ago

    I generally commute 80+ km and bouht it on july 22, 2 free services are over and on rash driving (70+ kmph) it gives me 40+ and normally 52+ it has given me constantly some occasions(between 45kmph to 55kmph) gave me 58 to 60 kmpl. I measure mileage tank full to tank full method

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    Abhishek
    Abhishek | 5 months ago

    Performance is really good in terms of mileage, comfort and stability. the controlling and handling is also very easy and the overall balance of the scooter is good which helps in getting it through tight spaces.

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    Debjyoti
    Debjyoti | 2 months ago

    Burgman-125 cc is more than a scooter. Fantastic two-wheel for the long ride. Mileage is @ +40 km/L in local. Awesome.!!

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    Omkar
    Omkar | 4 months ago

    It's good for daily commutes and also touring long distance it's amazing

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    Saud
    Saud | 10 months ago

    Burgman Street is a beautifully designed machine which is awesome in riding for a long routes and for daily use also. hope it was helpful.

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    SANNIDHYA
    SANNIDHYA | 4 months ago

    It's overall performance is just amazing

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    Parvathi
    Parvathi | 4 months ago

    It is actually good based on my opinion

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    Nandan
    Nandan | 1 year ago

    Only riders had an experience, if I say it's an amazing scooter it will not satisfy you, so its better to take a test ride.

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    | 2 days ago

    Comfortable to ride with joyful

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Q. What is the mileage of Suzuki Burgman Street?
A. The Suzuki Burgman Street gives a mileage of 53.5 kmpl.
Q. What is engine power of Suzuki Burgman Street?
A. The engine power of Suzuki Burgman Street is 8.7 PS @ 7000 rpm.
Q. How many gears available in Suzuki Burgman Street?
A. There are CVT gears available in Suzuki Burgman Street.
Q. Does Suzuki Burgman Street have ABS or not?
A. No, ABS feature is not available on Suzuki Burgman Street.
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