If you are a Salman Khan fan and in the hunt for a scooter, well look no further as Suzuki Motorcycle India Limited and the Bolywood superstar’s Being Human foundation has collaborated to launch a special ‘Being Human’ edition of the Suzuki Access 125. Features on the scooter include tan leatherette seat cover, chrome plated rear view mirrors and rear grab handle. The special edition of the Access 125 would be available in a unique shade of Pearl Mirage White and feature "Apna Way of Life" stickers on the sides and "Being Human" sticker in front.
The changes made to the scooter are only cosmetic but no alteration has been made on the mechanical front. Powering the limited edition Access 125 would be the identical 125cc mill producing 8.7PS of power and 9.8Nm of torque mated to a CVT transmission. The ‘Being Human’ edition Suzuki Access has been priced at Rs 53,297 (ex-showroom Delhi). The limited edition is just Rs 1,000 expensive than the standard model and given the additional features it possesses and the special shade, makes it a much appealing than the standard Access 125. A portion of the profit from the sales of the special edition scooter would be donated to the Being Human foundation and merchandise from the foundation would also be sold in Suzuki outlets across the country.
Speaking on the scooter, Atul Gupta, Executive Vice President of Suzuki India said, “Suzuki is proud to extend its partnership with Salman. Suzuki globally is committed to contributing to the development of the community though social action programs. We are very happy to be able to contribute to the Being Human effort by promoting the cause through the presence of branded apparel at our dealerships and we are sure our customers will become partners in the goals of the Being Human Foundation.”
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