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2020 Suzuki Access 125 Fi BS6: Review Photo Gallery

13 January 2020, 04:04 PM Janak Sorap
2020 Suzuki Access 125 Fi BS6: Review Photo Gallery

The Access 125 is a successful product in Suzuki India’s product portfolio that has recently received the BS6 update. It is notably the first product in the company’s line-up to receive the emissions update. The motor is now fuel-injected besides which it has received a few updates as well. We have ridden the BS6 Access 125 and you can read its road test report here. Meanwhile, here’s a detailed photo gallery of the premium 125cc scooter.

Suzuki Access 125 Left Front Three Quarter

Design-wise, at first glance, the differences between the BS4 and BS6 versions are barely noticeable. But, as you spend more time looking at it, there are a couple of changes one can notice. There is the all-LED headlamp, updated instrument console, longer seat and floorboard to name a few.

Suzuki Access 125 Engine

The biggest highlight on the scooter is the updated BS6 compliant motor that features fuel injection and a larger catalytic converter. The max power output has experienced a marginal bump which now stands at 8.5bhp, which means a hike of 0.1bhp. Torque output, on the other hand, has reduced by 0.2Nm and is now rated at 10Nm. However, sifting to fuel-injection has resulted in more refinement.

Suzuki Access 125 Instrument cluster

The BS6 Access 125 gets an analogue-digital instrument console that has been revised and now features colour changing bars on either side of the speedometer representing the new Eco-assist feature. Besides that, the digital unit continues to display information like the odometer, two trip meters, fuel gauge, clock and now it also shows the battery voltage.

Suzuki Access 125 Handlebar

Meanwhile, compared to its competition in the segment, the Access 125 has few bits that cause a dent in its armour. The scooter misses out on a rear handbrake, dedicated pass switch, underseat lighting and hazard switch, something which is becoming very popular amongst its competition.

Suzuki Access 125 Action

The Access 125 continues to offer a neutral riding stance that is approachable for most type of riders. Suzuki has tweaked it for added comfort and accessibility which includes a longer seat, roomier floorboard and larger underseat storage that can accommodate a half-face helmet.

Suzuki Access 125 Right Side

For suspension duties, the Access 125 BS6 continues to be suspended by telescopic forks up front and a monoshock for the rear. This setup does a commendable job at ironing out road undulations and even potholes by a considerable margin. From cruising at comfortable speeds to switching lanes, the scooter feels plush and agile.

Suzuki Access 125 Action

Performance-wise, the BS6 Access 125 feels livelier, alert and eager to attain speed. The power delivery is linear and feels consistent with no flat spots at any given point. On full throttle, the Access 125 BS6 manages to reach the 90kmph mark without any stress. Beyond that, the needle moves slowly before attaining the triple-digit mark.

Suzuki Access 125 Front view

During our fuel run tests, the scooter managed to return a commendable mileage of 63.83kmph. Which means, with a full tank, the Access 125 Fi will offer a comfortable range of little more than 300kms.

Suzuki Access 125 Action

Suzuki offers the BS6 Access 125 in four variants. Price-wise, the base variant featuring drum brakes and steel alloys retails at Rs 64,800. The top-of-the-line Special Edition trims, on the other hand, retail at Rs 69,500 (both ex-showroom). Over its respective BS4 variants, the BS6 version demands a price hike of about Rs 6000, which is more or less at par with the price hike received by most of its rivals.

Suzuki Access 125

Suzuki Access 125

  • Displacement124 cc
  • Mileage - Owner Reported48 kmpl
  • Max Power(bhp)8.6 bhp
  • Kerb Weight104 kg
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Avg. Ex-showroom price

₹ 75,024

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