The SR125 continues to look the same as the SR150. But gets different colours and decals. The SR125 is available in two colours – blue and silver. It also gets a different 125 badging on the front. The SR125 loses out on split grab rail and gets the traditional single piece.
The SR125 uses a 125cc motor that produces 9.5hp at 7250rpm and 9.9Nm of torque at 6250rpm. There’s no information if the company has tweaked the CVT for the SR125. This new scooter uses the same 14 inch wheels with 120/70 section front and rear tyres. The braking work is done by a 220mm front disc brake and 140mm drum at the rear.
The bookings for the SR125 has already begun along with the deliveries. Its closest rival is the Honda Grazia, but there’s also the Suzuki Access 125 and the recently launched TVS Ntorq 125 to battle with.