This limited edition features black-coloured alloy wheels and grab rail, round shaped chrome mirrors and a special edition badge. It was very loud when the scooter was trying to start. The Access 125 is also available in a special edition version, with decals and a maroon seat and chrome round mirrors that lend it a retro look. In technical specifications, Suzuki Access 125 is powered by 124 cc engine where as Suzuki Access 125 is powered by 124 cc engine. There is a patch of grey plastic, which adds to the styling, although not exactly adding to the looks. Powering the Suzuki Access 125 is a 125cc single-cylinder engine which delivers 8. The scooter has a combined braking system which helps the scooter to have shorter stopping distances and better control as well.
The Suzuki Access 125 mileage is 63 kmpl. The Access 125 will also be available in two other shades — Metallic Matte Black andPearl Mirage White. Stopping power comes from the front disc brake and a rear drum unit. In February 2019, the Access 125 sold 48,265 units, a 24 % rise in terms of numbers from February 2018. The special edition also gets a logo emblem to distinguish it from the standard version. We would have loved to see a 12-inch wheel at the rear as well, but the 10-inch wheel works just as well. Furthermore, the aspects which differentiate it from standard version includes retro-styled round shaped chrome mirrors, black finished alloys and grab rail along with a special edition logo emblem.
Suzuki claims that the Access 125 can go 64 kilometres for every litre of petrol. While the front end is not exactly stylish, the apron is flanked by two longish indicators which are the only styling bits up front on the Access 125. It get black alloy wheels as well. In fact, it is the largest selling 125 cc scooter in India currently. Compare Suzuki Access 125 with Immediate Rivals. At a night after two days later ,while I was riding this scooter I heard a sharp shril voce from my vehicle and automatically stopped it abrupptly. Also, the Suzuki Access 125 colours are Pearl Suzuki Deep Blue, Candy Sonoma Red, Metallic Fibroin Grey, Glass Sparkle Black, Pearl Mirage White and Metallic Sonic Silver.
We are providing the information best of our knowledge and we are not liable for the accuracy of the points mentioned above. The latest colour edition adds a Metallic Sonic Silver shade with a beige coloured leatherette seat. It has a seat height of 733 mm and a kerb weight of 101 kg. Do check out Access scooter photos on carandbike. Suzuki Access 125 Features The Suzuki Access 125 gets a bunch of features which up the desirability quotient of the scooter. It comes with special black-coloured alloy wheels and grab rail. Suzuki Access 125 Special Edition — Specifications Displacement 124 cc Maximum Power 8.
Compny side stand deti h ya nahi ye janne k lie maine compny k email karke pucha is id pr. But when I approached them again two days later they took my Scooter for an examination. That complaint was reprted again but they blindly denied my complaint and assured that the vehicle was perfect. It is offered in five colours — red, black, silver, white and grey. Should not have power drop with pillion rider sitting. We are confident that with the new enhancements, we will be able further add to the riding experience provided by our products.
There are dual luggage hooks, where you can put your grocery bags and other such stuff. Do read our Access 125 review on carandbike. Magar mere ghar aane se pahle he 14km chalne pr petrol khatam ho gya. The seat height is a low 773 mm making it accessible for all kinds of riders. The Suzuki Access 125 Special Edition gets a new colour - Metallic Sonic Silver with Beige Coloured Leatherette seat. I am planning to buy a scooter. Suzuki Motorcycle India has rolled out the Access 125 Special Edition at Rs 60,580 ex-showroom, Delhi.
It gets telescopic fork at the front and a swing arm suspension at the rear. The Access 125 scooter engine is carbureted and you get an electric started along with a kickstarter as well. With its peppy motor, frugal nature, competitive pricing, the Access has managed to have an edge over the competition. Adding to the comfort bit, the Access 125 has a long seat and decent space on the floorboard as well. The total distance run by this Scooter is 140. The torque is spread across the rev range and till 80 kilometres per hour; the scooter never runs out of breath.
A couple of years ago, Suzuki gave the Access 125 a big facelift, and the latest version of the scooter has mildly retro looks. While the disc brake variants get alloy wheels, the drum brake customers have to make do with steel wheels. Unhone mujhse bola ke isme aadha liter petrol h. First they didnt take my complaint seriously. The bike shown is a Suzuki Access 125 Special Edition with Disc Brakes and Alloy Wheels. The Access 125 Special Edition gets a new colour option — Metallic Sonic Silver, which is complemented with the beige coloured leatherette seat. The tyres on the Access 125 are tubeless.