Suzuki Burgman Street prices have been leaked online by various reports. The scooter is going to cost around Rs 76,000 (on-road). Various dealers have confirmed the news to us. At this price, it will be one of the costliest scooters in the 125cc segment.
The upcoming Suzuki Burgman Street is going to launch in India on 19th July. The scooter was much awaited by people in Suzuki’s lineup. Meanwhile, ahead of its official launch, Suzuki Burgman Street prices have been leaked online. It is priced at around Rs 76,000 (on-road price). Other reports have come and they say that the ex-showroom price of the scooter will be around Rs 68,000 (ex-showroom). Currently, the bookings for the scooter have started and the dealers have started accepting a token of Rs 5,000. Suzuki now has only two models in its lineup, Access and Let’s. While the Access is a strong contender, in the 125cc segment while the Let’s is just an average player in the 110cc. After the Kinetic Blaze, the Burgman will be the second maxi-scooter to launch in India.
The maxi-scooter is inspired from the powerful Burgman scooters, which are available globally. It takes some elements from the Access 125, like the engine and the CBS. But it gets a whole new design, which is not seen in India for a long time. The engine sports a 125cc single cylinder engine that produces around Rs 8.7 BHP of power and 10.2 Nm of torque. It gets a CVT transmission. The expected mileage of the scooter is around 50 KMPL with a total riding range of around 250 Kms.
Features of the scooter include Fully Digital LCD Instrument Cluster, LED headlamp unit, charging socket, multi-functional key, Front Disc Brake, Large Apron and Windshield and a Bigger Storage Box in the front. It misses out on ABS, which is the standard feature on global Burgmans. Basically, it would get similar specs of the Access but will be heavier and more sporty.
If Suzuki Burgman Street prices are around Rs 76,000, then it would be one of the costliest scooters in its segment. To put things in perspective, the TVS Ntorq is priced at Rs 57,850 (ex-showroom), Honda Grazia is priced at Rs 62,505 (ex-showroom) and the Aprilia SR 125 goes for Rs 65,136 (ex-showroom). The pricing might be a bit steep, but most of the competitors are also not much far away.