Suzuki was the first manufacturer to take the bold step of introducing an automatic 125cc scooter in India at a time when the 100cc scooters had just begun to prosper. Rather than following the herd, they identified that the audience was mature enough to consider a bigger and more powerful scooter. Even today, while the others are testing waters and experimenting with new body styles, Suzuki has gone a step further and given us a full-blown maxi-scooter.
In our last 125cc scooters comparison test, the TVS Ntorq beat the Honda Grazia by quite a margin. But there is no time for the Ntorq to enjoy the spoils, for it must now go head-on against the new kid on the block, the Suzuki Burgman Street.