The Suzuki Swish 125 is a premium scooter, targeted at young male commuters looking for a stylish scooter for commuting in the urban environment. The Swish 125 shares the 125cc scooter segment with the Access 125 in Suzuki’s Indian line-up.
The new Swish 125 gets a revised instrument cluster, which includes a digital speedometer, service reminder, dual trip meters and a digital clock. It also gets a new maintenance free battery, tubeless tyres and a steel fender. The headlamp assembly has also been updated with new multi reflector light, which is flanked on both sides by blue-tinted position lights.
The cosmetic changes also include new colour options and new decals. The Swish 125 gets a wide, long seat and wide floorboards, making it quite comfortable for the user. The Swish also offers 20 litres of underseat storage, which makes it very practical.
The current Swish 125 comes with a 124cc single-cylinder air-cooled engine that produces 8.7bhp and 9.8Nm of torque, which is mated to a CVT transmission. It gets telescopic suspension at the front and conventional coil springs in the rear. Braking is performed by 120mm drum units on both the ends.
The Swish 125 is available in four paint schemes - metallic sonic silver/glass sparkle black, pearl mirage white, glass sparkle black and candy dark cherry red/glass sparkle black. It competes with the other 125c scooters in its price range like the Honda Activa 125 and the Mahindra Duro.