Suzuki Burgman Street 125 is one of the first scooters to introduce a 125cc engine in the scooter segment. The modern and stylish scooter now comes with a new FI and BS6 engine.
Suzuki Burgman Street was Suzuki’s best-selling scooter in Nepal. With the new and refined engine, it should remain that way although there are lots of competitors in the market.
Since scooters have grown a lot popular over the years, the need for more power has been an apparent feeling and every two-wheeler brand has come out with its own 125cc scooters. Suzuki has another scooter, Suzuki Access 125, which recently got an increase in power as well as a new engine. But, Access is more of a classical looking scooter whereas Burgman is more of an aggressive and modern design.
To know more about Suzuki Burgman Street 125, let’s get into the details.
Seat Height: 780mm
Ground clearance: 160mm
|Kick and electric
|Fuel delivery system
|Fuel tank capacity
|Front: 90/90-12 tubeless
Rear: 90/100-10 tubeless
|Front: Telescopic fork
|Maintenance-free 12V, 4Ah
|Blue, black, grey, and white
Designwise, Suzuki Burgman Street 125 BS6 does not get any major upgrades from its predecessor. It has a bulky front, which is one of its kind that features an LED headlight and daytime running light (DRL); the Suzuki branding is done in between. The sidelights on the scooter are sharp and angular. The scooter also features a body mount windshield on the top and a digital console that previews the speed, trip, fuel gauze, km covered and time.
The scooter also provides decent footrest space for the rider. The seat is broad which makes it comfortable for not only the rider but for the pillion rider as well. The full grab rail on the scooter adds further convenience for the pillion riders. The scooter also provides two cubby holes and the rider can easily fit their handset on either one of them.
Suzuki Burgman Street 125 BS6 measures 1,880mm in length, 715mm in width, has an 1140mm height, 1,265mm wheelbase and a seat height of 780mm. The scooter also has a respectable ground clearance of 160mm. Though the scooter looks bulky, it is a lightweight scooter weighing only 110kg. With a 12-inch tubeless tyre on the front, it surprisingly has a small 10-inch tyre on the rear end. The tyre looks rather awkward with the huge body it offers.
Suzuki Burgman Street 125 BS6 features a new 125cc FI engine. The engine can be ignited with both kick and electric starts. The new air-cooled BS6 engine can generate a maximum power of 8.7PS @ 6750rpm and can achieve a maximum torque of 10.0Nm@5500rpm. This is of course a loss of power compared to the BS4 version.
With a fuel storage capacity of 5.5L, the scooter should provide a respectable mileage of above 40 km per litre and can achieve a top speed of up to 95kmph. The scooter will provide higher mileage on the highway. It also comes with a new integrated engine start and kill switch with the Suzuki Easy Start system, allowing ease and more control to the rider.
Safety and other features
Suzuki Burgman Street 125 BS6 has a combined braking system with a disc brake at the front and a drum at the rear ends. This braking system ensures the brake will act on the front and rear wheels together every time the rider applies the brakes. For the suspension, it features a telescopic fork at the front and a swing arm at the rear.
Notable features on the scooters are:
- FI engine
- Integrated engine kill switch (NEW)
- 21.5-liter under-seat storage
- LED headlight and position lights
- Full digital metre
- Body mount windscreen
- Flexible foot position for rider
- Combined brake system
- Sporty muffler cover
- Aluminium pillion footrest
- Dual luggage hooks
- 2L glove box and rack storage
- Shutter key with central seat lock
- USB charger
- Lightweight body
The price of the new Suzuki Burgman Street 125 BS6 is Rs 276,900.
Suzuki Burgman Street 125 BS6 faces a lot of competition in the 125cc category, including from Yamaha RayZR 125 Street Rally, Yamaha Fascino 125 FI, Honda Grazia BS6, TVS N-torque, Aprilia and Suzuki’s own Access 125.
The price of the scooter can really be tricky for the users as there are multiple options the user can go for and there are very few people who will be intrigued by the bulky design of the scooter. Though the scooter offers a respectable power figure, other scooters like N-torque offer more power and provide modern features that Suzuki fails to offer. The bulky design also prevents the scooter to go through traffic smoothly.
Suzuki Burgman Street 125 provides reliability though. Suzuki has always been a reliable brand. Its two-wheelers have always fared well in Nepal. So, in the end, it really comes to an individual’s preference as the scooters in this price segment goes back and forth when compared to each other.