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Suzuki Burgman Street Now Available In A New Matte Black Colour!

Suzuki Burgman Street 125 gets a new Matte Black colour and is now available in four colour options. The prices remain the same, at Rs 69,208.

Just like Suzuki has updated the Access 125 SE with a new colour, it has now updated its other 125cc scooter is going to get the same. Suzuki Burgman Street gets a new Matte Black colour option.

With the new Matte Black colour, Suzuki Burgman Street will come with a total of 4 colours, the other three being Matte Grey, Glossy White and Glossy Black. Also, this particular colour works as a magnet for the millennial.

The updated model has already started reaching dealerships. The prices remain the same at Rs69,208 (ex-showroom Delhi). In a day or two, the scooters will be available for display at showrooms.

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Burgman Street has been performing decently in the market, provided the competition it faces. Its biggest competition is the feature-loaded, Bluetooth-connected and more affordable TVS Ntorq, which makes more than 15000 units a month.

However, it also competes with the likes of Honda Grazia, which performs even poor. Priced at Rs 68,000 (ex-showroom), it is a maxi-derived scooter, based on the global Burgman Series. It is sort of a touring scooter which gets a large dedicated footrest, for long rides.

It comes with the same engine of the Access, a 124cc engine that produces 8.6 BHP and 10.2 Nm of torque, mated to a CVT gearbox. A 5.6 Litre fuel tank ensures you a riding range of around 250 kms.

Features onboard include LED headlamps, front pocket, a glovebox, a fully digital instrument console, disc brake and a USB charging port as an accessory.

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The suspension is handled by telescopic forks at the front and a swingarm at the back. Front disc brake with rear drum brake with CBS as standard gives the braking power to the scooter.

Reports suggest that a bigger Burgman scooter could come to the Indian market in a year or two. To enter the 150cc market, Suzuki might use the Burgman, which currently has Vespa and Aprilia scooters.