Prices (ex-showroom, Delhi)- Rs 55,589 (Drum brake variant) and Rs 58,900 (Disc brake variant)
Two-wheeler manufacturer, Suzuki Motorcycle has launched a more stylish variant of it Access 125 scooter. The manufacturer says, the Suzuki Access 125 Special Edition is crafted to make a unique, retro style statement with exclusive styling elements and will give riders a distinctive road presence.
The unveiling of the Suzuki Access 125 Special Edition was done at a fashion show where model walked the ramp flaunting Jack & Jones clothing that went well with the trendy Access 125. The fashion show was the result of a strategic business partnership between Suzuki and Jack & Jones.
Suzuki Access 125 Special Edition features trendy, maroon coloured leatherette seat cover and special edition logo. The retro look has been added with round chrome mirrors and brown colour floor board. The easy to use Access 125 Special Edition comes with electric start, analog-digital display, chrome styled headlamps and mobile charging socket. The customers can also opt for front disc brake for more stopping power.
Suzuki Access 125 Special Edition has been priced at Rs 55,589 for the drum brake variant and Rs 58,900 for the disc brake variant (both prices are ex-showroom, Delhi). Access 125 is powered by a 124cc single-cylinder, air-cooled, four-stroke OHC engine that is capable of churning a max power of 8.54hp at 7,000rpm and a peak torque of 9.8Nm at 5,000rpm.
According to Satoshi Uchida, Managing Director, SMIPL, “The Access 125 has been one of our most successful models. We have enhanced the fashion quotient and introduced the Access 125 Special Edition to diversify our presence in the segment and cater to the evolving needs of our customers. The Access 125 Special Edition is an indivisible combination of substance and style which gives it a retro feel and makes it stand out in the crowd.”
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