REVEALED – Real Mileage of BS6 Suzuki Access 125

The best way to perform a mileage test on any automobile is the tank to tank method. Read the post to know about the fuel economy of the Suzuki Access 125 in the BS6 version.

This video represents the mileage test of the 2021 Suzuki Access with the BS6 compliant engine. People own a scooter to commute in city traffic and the mileage becomes the deciding factor in choosing it. That is also the reason why these scooters have such impressive fuel efficiency figures. Suzuki Access is among the popular options in the 125 cc segment. There are seven variants to choose from to give the buyers a plethora of options. Let us check out the results of the mileage test.

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Suzuki Access Mileage Test

The YouTuber starts the video by driving his scooter to a Reliance petrol pump. He gets the tank full almost up to the brim. He takes his friend along for the ride. They decide to cover the highway driving only. The city conditions might be covered in another video later. This is a highway-only test and the YouTuber rides the scooter in its most economical setting. He ensures that he doesn’t over speed. The road conditions are great and there are no uneven patches to be seen. They covered a distance of 30 km. To everyone’s shock, the total mileage using the tank to tank method came out to be around 38 km/l. This is way less than the ARAI-claimed fuel efficiency of 53 km/l. The YouTubers can’t understand why the mileage came out to be so low despite driving in the most economical way.

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Mileage Test Suzuki Access

The Suzuki Access comes with a BS6 compliant 124 cc fuel-injected engine that churns out 8.7 PS and 10 Nm of peak power and torque. The front features a disc or drum brake depending on the variant but the rear only has to option of a drum brake on all trims. Apart from that, Access 125 has LED headlamps with a chrome bezel, a semi-digital information console, an external fuel cap for convenience, Suzuki Ride Connect features with turn-by-turn navigation, call, SMS, WhatsApp alerts, overspeeding alerts, last parked location, etc. The Access 125 ranges between Rs 72,600 to Rs 83,600, ex-showroom.

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