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Suzuki Burgman Street To Launch On July 19

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  • Jul 3, 2018
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Expected to be priced around Rs 60,000, the Burgman Street will go up against the TVS NTorq and the Honda Grazia

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Suzuki Burgman Street To Launch On July 19

Suzuki has announced that it will launch its latest 125cc scooter, the Burgman Street, on 19 July, 2018. First showcased at the Auto Expo 2018, the Burgman Street turned quite a few heads thanks to its maxi scooter-inspired styling. Suzuki dealerships across the country have been accepting bookings for the maxi-styled scooter for some time now. As far as pricing goes, we expect it to feature a price tag around the Rs 60,000 mark (ex-showroom), putting it right in the middle of other 125cc scooters available in the market.

Suzuki Burgman Street To Launch On July 19

 

While our wait for a proper, step-through maxi scooter continues, the Burgman Street should be able to fill that void for the time being. After all, it borrows many design cues from its bigger sibling, the Suzuki Burgman 200, with its imposing front apron and bulky design.

In terms of features, it gets LED headlamps, a multi-function key slot, a 12V charging socket and an LED tail lamp. The Burman Street also gets a digital instrument cluster derived from the Suzuki Gixxer. While we are yet to receive the official spec sheet, expect it to feature a generous amount of underseat storage considering the scooter’s bulbous size. 

Suzuki Burgman Street To Launch On July 19

Powering the scooter is the same 124.3cc, air-cooled, single-cylinder SOHC engine that is seen on the Access 125. It makes 8.7PS of peak power at 7000rpm and 10.2Nm of maximum torque at 5000rpm. The scooter features telescopic front forks and a hydraulic monoshock unit at the rear. Braking is handled by drum brakes on either ends, with the option of a disc brake at the front. We expect Suzuki to equip the Burgman with Combined Braking System (CBS) as well.

When launched, the Suzuki Burgman Street will compete against the Honda Grazia (Rs 63,448 for Disc variant) and the TVS NTorq (Rs 59,650).

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