Suzuki Access 125 Drum brakes variant now gets Combi-Braking System (CBS). The updated variant is priced at Rs 56,667 (ex-showroom).
Suzuki has updated Access 125 Drum Brake variant with CBS. It now complies with the upcoming safety regulations. At a price of Rs 56,667 (ex-showroom), it is costlier by Rs 690.
The non-CBS variant is priced at Rs 55,977. It will be only available till the stocks last. Post April 2019, two-wheelers of 125cc and under should be equipped with CBS.
The disc brake variant of Suzuki Access 125 is already equipped with CBS, priced at Rs 59,636 (ex-showroom). The non-disc brake and disc brake variants have a price difference of around Rs 3,000.
Other than that, there are no further updates for Access 125. It continues with the same 125cc air-cooled engine that puts out 8.4 BHP and 10.2 Nm of peak torque. The same engine comes in Burgman Street too.
It gets a fuel tank capacity of 5.6 Litres. With a claimed mileage of 63 kmpl, it should deliver a riding range of around 350 kms on full tank.
Features onboard include alloy wheels, optional disc brake, digital-analogue meter, long seat, one push central lock system, front pocket and charging socket on the front apron.
Suzuki Access 125 is one of the lightest scooters in its segment at 101 kgs. It also offers one of the peppiest engines in this segment. We drove the same engine with Burgman Street, which was still peppy enough.
Access 125 is also one of the best selling scooters in India. For December 2018, it clocked 39,163 units, securing the 3rd position in the monthly sales. Its average sale is usually around 40,000 units per month.
It competes with the likes of Honda Activa 125 and Hero Destini 125. Activa 125 and Destini 125, both, offer a better feature list than Access.
However, Access 125 is one of the cheapest 125cc scooter. Destini 125 goes for Rs 56,500 and Activa 125 starts at Rs 59,000 (ex-showroom prices).