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New Suzuki Access 125 vs Suzuki Burgman Street 125- What to buy?

10 January 2020, 12:45 PM Neil Nair
New Suzuki Access 125 vs Suzuki Burgman Street 125- What to buy?

Suzuki recently updated the Access 125 for 2020 with cosmetic and mechanical changes along with new features. While the scooter competes against the Honda Activa 125, it also faces competition from its sibling, the Burgman Street 125. Here, we tell you the list of differences between the two scooters from Suzuki.

Styling

Suzuki Access 125 Left Side View

The Access 125 sports flowing lines all through its bodywork. This styling combined with the chrome on the headlamp bezel and mirrors (on the Special Edition) lend the Access a retro-look that would appeal to a wide audience. On the other hand, the Burgman Street 125’s edgy design suggests that it is aimed at the youth. The Burgman’s maxi-scooter like styling includes a large windscreen, wide panels and lots of legroom.

Features

Suzuki Access 125 Instrument Panel

Both scooters come with a full-LED headlamp and conventionally-lit tail lamp. However, the Burgman Street 125 also boats of an LED tail lamp. It also comes equipped with a fully digital instrument cluster as compared to the Access’s instrument cluster which consists of an analogue speedometer and small digital display. The Access 125 additionally gets an external fuel-filler cap as standard and is offered in eight colour options. On the other hand, the Burgman Street 125 can be had in four paint schemes.

Engine

Suzuki Access 125 Front view

The Access 125 and Burgman Street 125 come powered by a 124cc, single-cylinder engine that is mated to a CVT gearbox. Nevertheless, the Access 125’s motor is BS6-compliant and produces 8.5bhp; slightly lower than the Burgman’s 8.6bhp output. The torque figures are similar at 10.2Nm.

Pricing

Suzuki Access 125 Front view

Suzuki is offering the Access 125 in five variants- Drum with steel wheels at Rs 64,800, Drum with alloy wheels at Rs 66,800 and Disc with alloy wheels at Rs 67,800. It is also available in two special edition variants which are priced at Rs 68,500 and Rs 69,500 respectively. The Burgman Street 125 is offered in a single variant and costs Rs 71,002. (all prices ex-showroom)

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

₹ 77,159

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