2018 Suzuki Swish 125 Specifications
Suzuki Swish 125: Suzuki, the Swish scooter had been discontinued by the Western two-wheeler automaker in the market in April. It is expected that the demand could be the reason, although the reason for discontinuation of the scooter was not shown by the manufacturer. The Japanese maker is likely to launch the Suzuki Swish 125. The model will make its world debut.
The company has also released one image of the scooter, revealing that it will get an all-new bodywork layout. It appears much sharper and sleeker than the previous version. The headlight is now mounted on the apron and the light system looks like all LED. It comes with a pillion seat that is raised along with split grab handles.
It’s expected that the exact same single-cylinder engine which powers the accessibility 125 will power the Suzuki Swish 2018. This SOHC engine churns out 8.7PS of power and 10.2Nm of torque. Power is transmitted to the wheel via a CVT automatic gearbox.
The Swish will make its debut at the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show, which is scheduled to be held from October 25 to November 5. The scooter is expected to go on sale at the Japanese market by the year’s end. For the Indian market, the Swish may be launched in 2018. A potential launch at the 14th version of Delhi Auto Expo can’t be discounted.
The new Swish is forecast to acquire new features like cellular charging stage, index along with others stands. With new features and layout modifications, the newest Swish scooter could be priced slightly higher. We anticipate this scooter to cost approximately Rs 55,000 to Rs 60,000.
It is anticipated that the Swish will get. This motor is capable of producing 8.7PS of greatest power at 7,000rpm alongside a peak torque of 10.2Nm at 5,000rpm. It is coupled to a CVT automatic gearbox. Suspension mechanism of the bike consists at the front and only shock absorber in the back. For braking, the scooter receives a disk and drum brakes in the front and rear, respectively.
The new Suzuki Swish gets an all-new design, which is angular than the last model and sharper. With sleeker design components, the new model appears competitive. Instead of handlebar mounted headlights, headlights mounted onto the apron have been recently designed by the swish.
The turn indicators are placed. At the back, the scooter has nicely integrated tailback and light indicator. Divide grab and the raised seat handles are likely to enhance the overall relaxation. The scooter is likely to get designed 10-inch alloy brakes. There are artificial air intakes on the front cowl and the apron, which gives a sporty sense to it.