Suzuki Access 125 BS6 motorcyclediaries

There are a total of 5 variants of the upgraded Suzuki Access 125 BS6

Suzuki has launched its first BS6 product in the Indian two-wheeler market. The all-new Suzuki Access 125 BS6 is now available to purchase from Rs 64,800 ex-showroom. The 125cc scooter comes in five variants with two being the special edition models. The base Access 125 is equipped with Drum brakes will set you back by Rs 64,800.

Suzuki Access 125 BS6 motorcyclediaries

With alloy wheels on the charts, the price climbs to Rs 66,800 and disc brake variant is pegged at Rs 67,800 sans the alloy wheels. Special edition with drum brakes and alloy wheels carries a price tag of Rs 68,500 and with a disc brake, the special edition will set you back by Rs 69,500 which also happens to be the top variant in the lineup.

Access 125 BS6 Variant Price
Drum CBS Rs 64,800
Drum Alloys Rs 66,800
Disc CBS Rs 67,800
Drum Alloys Special Edition Rs 68,500
Disc CBS Special Edition Rs 69,500

Speaking about the features, the BS6 version of the Access 125 comes loaded with external fuel filling, LED headlight, digital display with more information like Eco mode (not available on the base variant) and battery voltage. Moreover, the practicality will be enhanced with a longer seat and spacious footboard which in turn can accommodate more cargo. The under-seat storage volume is also more than ever. The special edition of the scooter features USB charging socket as a standard component.

Also Read: Yamaha Fascino 125 launched from Rs 66,500

Coming to the engine, the scooter will continue to use the same 125cc single-cylinder engine but the fuel will be fed by an electronic fuel injection system. This new BS6 compliant engine develops 8.7bhp at 6750rpm but a lower torque output of 10Nm at 5500rpm. The BS4 Access 125 produces 8.7bhp at 7000rpm and 10.2Nm torque at 5000rpm.

As you can notice, the power and torque curve has completely changed to make engine emit lesser toxic gases. In the BS4 engine maximum power is produced at 7000rpm whereas the rpm fell to 6750 in the BS6 engine. The peak torque has been reduced but is developed at higher 5500rpm instead of 5000rpm seen on the BS4 unit.

All-new Suzuki Access 125 BS6 will take on the like of newly launched Yamaha Fascino 125, Honda Activa 125 BS6, Hero Maestro Edge 125, and TVS Ntorq 125 in the scooter market. The Hero and TVS scooters are yet to launch the BS6 version of their machines.

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