Suzuki Access 125 Special Edition Launched In India

22 Apr 2015 | Author: | Comments Off on Suzuki Access 125 Special Edition Launched In India
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Suzuki Access 125 Special Edition Launched In India


Suzuki Motorcycle India Limited has launched a special edition of its Access 125 automatic scooter in India. A pure cosmetic upgrade, the Suzuki Access 125 Special Edition has been co-branded with Salman Khan’s Being Human Foundation. Salman Khan is the celebrity endorser for the Suzuki Motorcycle brand in India.

A portion of the profit from the sales of the scooter will be used for charitable purposes, which sets this special edition scooter apart. The tie-up between the bike maker and the foundation will see Suzuki motorcycle dealers across the country also selling Being Human merchandise. Later, riding gear from the Being Human brand will also be introduced.

The  Suzuki Access 125 Special Edition is priced at Rs. 55,113 . on-road Delhi

The Suzuki Access 125 is priced at Rs. 53,297, on-road Delhi. There is a price difference of Rs.1816 between the scooters.

What’s New?

The Suzuki Access 125 Special edition gets some differentiating design factors to set it apart from the normal variant of the scooter.

The Suzuki Access 125 Special Edition will only be available in Pearl Mirage White paint option

The following features set the Suzuki Access 125 Special edition apart from the normal variant:

Being Human logo at the front

Suzuki’s “Apna Way Of Life” logo on the side panel

Beige leatherite seat

Suzuki AN 125

Chrome grab rail

Chrome RVM covers and stalks

There are no mechanical changes made to the scooter, so it is still powered by single-cylinder 124 cc petrol engine with a maximum power output of 9 BHP @ 700 rpm and 9.8 Nm @ 5000 rpm. The motor transfers its power via a Continuous Variable Transmission (CVT). A mileage figure of about 50 KMPL and a 6-litre fuel tank gives the scooter a range of 300 Km.

10-inch steel wheels shod with 90mm section tyres can be found at the front and rear of the scooter. Telescopic struts do the suspension duties at the front while a traditional swing-arm with coil springs can be found at the rear. 120 mm drum brakes are offered both at the front and rear.

All in all, there’s not much that separated this ‘special edition’ scooter from the non special edition scooter (as is the case with most special edition vehicles launched in India), but the fact that it will support a charitable organisation makes it more appealing. Maintaining the beige leather seat could be a spot of bother though. Suzuki hopes to sell about 40000 units of the scooter in a year from now.


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