Suzuki Access 125 Review

The Suzuki Access 125 is a scooter having a Japanese design. The scooter has a simple design on the whole and has several features. The scooter is midsized and is perfect for an adult male. The build quality of this bike may not of the same quality as the build quality of some other bikes.

Suzuki Access 125

Suzuki Access 125 Specifications

The Suzuki Access 125 review shows that the scooter comes with 124cc air cooled 4-stroke OHC engine. This engine can deliver power of 8.58 bhp at 7000 rpm along with peak torque of 9.8 Nm at 6500 rpm. The scooter has automatic gears and the top speed of the scooter is 92 km/hr. The scooter can reach 0 to 60 in just 6.56 seconds.

The length of this vehicle is 1780mm and its width is 650mm while its height is 1125mm. The scooter has option of button operated starting as well as kick starting feature. The scooter is extremely smooth and its performance is excellent too. The scooter has good pick up and also handles quite well. As per the Suzuki Access 125 review the scooter has telescopic front suspension and single hydraulic rear shock absorber.

The weight of the scooter is 109 kgs and it has a ground clearance of 160mm. The bike has fuel tank limit of 6.4 litres. The wheelbase of the scooter is 1250mm. The scooter has a wide as well as firm seat.

Suzuki Access 125 Mileage

The scooter can deliver mileage of 42.60 km/litre in the city while the mileage on the highway is 51 km/litre.

Suzuki Access 125 Features

The Suzuki Access 125 comes with Xtra Torque Performance feature and this allows for improvement in pick up. The scoter has attractive lights and built in signal. The scooter also has multi reflector lights that help in improving visibility along with chrome plated and stylish silencer cover.

Suzuki Access 125 Price and design variations

The starting price of the bike is Rs 48,500 and it is available in a single design variation.

Suzuki Access 125 Colors

The scooter is available in six colors and these include black, silver, red, purple, white and grey.

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Tim Webbar on August 14th 2010 in Bike Reviews, Suzuki

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