Suzuki Burgman Street 125 Vs TVS Ntorq 125 Vs Honda Grazia – Spec Comparison

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The new Suzuki Burgman Street 125 has been launched in India today. In this article, we compare the Burgman with the biggies of this segment, the Honda Grazia and the TVS Ntorq. For helping you in choosing the right 125cc scooter, we present this comparison story of Suzuki Burgman Street Vs TVS Ntorq 125 Vs Honda Grazia. 

The latest entrant in the demanding 125cc scooter segment is the Suzuki Burgman Street. The 125cc premium maxi-style scooter has been launched in India at a price of Rs 68,000 (ex-showroom). This is now the 3rd scooter is Suzuki’s lineup. Currently, the Access is the highest selling Suzuki two-wheeler and also is the 3rd highest selling scooter in India. Coming from the globally popular Burgman series, this one does not get the identical looks of global 125cc Burgman. For design, this one looks better than the global one. It gets sharp creases with a much sporty body. While we mention all its details in the other article, here we put the Suzuki Burgman Street Vs TVS Ntorq 125 Vs Honda Grazia. Refer to this article before you make a choice of buying anyone from these three scooters.

Suzuki Burgman Street Vs TVS Ntorq Vs Grazia

 

Also Read: Suzuki Burgman Street 125 Price, Launch Date, Images, Specs- All You Need To Know

Suzuki Burgman Street Vs TVS Ntorq 125 Vs Honda Grazia – Engine Specs

Suzuki Burgman Street 125 Honda Grazia
TVS Ntorq 125
Engine 124.6 cc 124.9 CC 124.8 CC
Max Power 8.7 BHP 8.52 BHP 9.27 BHP
Max Torque 10.2 Nm 10.54 Nm 10.5 Nm
Cooling System Air-Cooled Fan Cooled Air Cooled
Top Speed 90 KMPH 90 KMPH 95 KMPH

All of the three scooters are 125cc scooters. The Burgman uses a 124.6cc single-stroke air-cooled engine that produces 8.7 BHP worth of power and 10.2 Nm worth of torque. The Ntorq gets a 124.8 cc air-cooled engine that produces 9.27BHP worth of power and 10.5 Nm worth of torque. The Grazia runs on a 124.9 cc single-cylinder fan-cooled engine that churns out 8.52 BHP of power and 10.54 Nm of torque. As the specs say, Ntorq is the most powerful one in this lot. While considering the top speed also, Ntorq is the fastest at 95 KMPH, followed by Grazia and Burgman Street at 90 KMPH respectively.

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Suzuki Burgman Street Vs TVS Ntorq 125 Vs Honda Grazia – Design

In terms of design, all of them look much much better than their 110cc siblings. Burgman Street gets a maxi-design fairing with a large front apron. This type of design is very common globally, which is now featuring in India. It looks classy and sporty, especially with the large windscreen, huge exhaust mufflers and alloy wheels. But, we must say that the Ntorq 125 is the sportiest and meanest looking scooters of the lot. It gets a sleek sharp-edge body with heavy graphics. The exhaust muffler and the tail lights add more to the sporty elements of the scooter. The last but not the least, the Grazia looks much better than the Activa range. It gets basic styling elements such as two-tone front apron, LED headlight unit with clear lens indicators and pure black alloy wheels. It may not be the prettiest one of the lot but looks pretty decent.

Also Read: TVS Ntorq 125 Price, Mileage, Images, Specifications- All You Need To Know

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Suzuki Burgman Street Vs TVS Ntorq 125 Vs Honda Grazia – Features

Burgman gets features such as a Fully Digital LCD Instrument Cluster, LED headlamp unit, 12V charging socket, Tubeless Tyres, multi-functional key and huge storage spaces. The Grazia gets features such as Central Braking System, Automatic LED Headlamps, Fully Digital Meter with Eco Speed Indicator, 4-in-1 Lock switch, Pass Light and a Charging Socket. Now coming on to the Ntorq, the features list is pretty huge. You might not believe it but the features are sure. It gets features such as Bluetooth Connected Speedometer, Fully Digital Console with 55 features, TVS SmartXonnect Bluetooth-enabled app., Navigation assist, top speed recorder, in-built lap-timer, phone-battery strength display, last parked location assist, service reminder, trip meter and multi-ride statistic modes such as Street and Sport and LED DRLs. Do we have to say anything more about features?

Suzuki Burgman Street Vs TVS Ntorq 125 Vs Honda Grazia – Mileage And Performance

Suzuki Burgman Street 125 Honda Grazia
TVS Ntorq 125
Fuel Tank Capacity 5.6 Litres 5.3 Litres 5 Litres
Reserve Fuel Capacity 1 Litre 1 Litre 1 Litre
Mileage 45 KMPL 50 KMPL 48 KMPL
Riding Range 240 Kms 260 Kms 240 Kms
Top-Speed 90 KMPH 90 KMPH 95 KMPH

In terms of fuel performance, most of the 125cc scooters offer around 45-50 KMPL of mileage. The Burgman gives around 45 KMPL of mileage. It comes with a fuel capacity of 5.6 Litres and 1 Litre reserve. The riding range of the scooter is around 240 Kms. Grazia gives out 50 KMPL of mileage. Typical Honda, most efficient of all. It stores around 5.3 Litres of fuel with 1 Litre of reserve fuel. The estimated riding range of the scooter is around 260 Kms. The Ntorq delivers a mileage of 48 KMPL. It gets the lowest fuel storage option of only 5 Litres with a reserve capacity of 1 Litre. The expected riding range of the scooter is around 240 Kms.

Honda Grazia

Also Read: Honda Grazia Price, Features, Mileage, Images And Specs- All You Need To Know

Suzuki Burgman Street Vs TVS Ntorq 125 Vs Honda Grazia – Price

Suzuki Burgman Street 125 Honda Grazia
TVS Ntorq 125
Price Expected – Rs 60,000 to Rs 65,000 STD – Rs 58,133
Disc – Rs 58,750
Alloy – Rs 60,063
DLX – Rs 62,505

Grazia comes in three variants which start from Rs 58,133 and go up to Rs 62,505 (ex-showroom). Ntorq is priced at Rs 58,750 (ex-showroom). The Burgman is yet to launch and is scheduled for 19th July. So we expect the prices to be between Rs 60,000 to Rs 65,000 (ex-showroom). Currently, out of the other two Ntorq is the cheapest option with the most features.

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