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Suzuki Access 125 to get major updates this year – Report

Suzuki Access 125 is set to receive major features and styling updates soon. It already comes equipped with Combined Braking System (CBS).

Suzuki India is set to update its existing lineup with new features and styling bits. We all know that Gixxer is set to receive a major update soon. Fresh reports say that Access 125 will be updated too.

Suzuki Access 125 is already updated with CBS, ahead of the safety regulation norms. The update will include some styling updates, engine revisions and probably some feature additions as well.

Suzuki Access 125

Access is the best selling product from the company. It is also the best selling 125cc scooter in India, with sales of more than 45000 units on an average.

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Gaadiwaadi reveals that the 2019 Suzuki Access 125 will get a new set of alloy wheels and minor cosmetic upgrades in design changes. Cosmetic upgrades might include new colour options too.

Additions on the features list will include an external fuel-filler cap, found in TVS scooters. LED headlamps might also make its way on the updated Access. Its premium 125cc sibling, Burgman Street uses Full LED headlamps.

Lastly, the updated Access might also get fuel injection. Ahead of the upcoming emission norms, many scooters will get fuel injected BS-6 engines. FI engines will make them compliant with BS-6 norms.

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Suzuki Access 125 will continue with the same engine specifications. It uses a 124.6cc air-cooled motor, that delivers 8.7 BHP and 10.2 Nm of peak torque, mated to a CVT gearbox.

For suspension purposes, it uses telescopic forks at the front and a swing arm unit at the back. Braking is handled by drum brakes at both the end with an option of front disc brake.

Features onboard include alloy wheels, chrome detailing, CBS, analogue meter with a digital readout, One push central lock system, Front storage pocket and an optional DC socket.

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At a starting price of Rs 55,977 (ex-showroom), it competes with the likes of TVS Jupiter, Honda Activa 125 and Hero Destini 125.