Just a few days after Honda launched their limited edition Activa scooter, Suzuki Motorcycle India has launched Special Edition its Access scooter. 2019 Suzuki Access Special Edition in Disc Brake variant is available at a price of Rs at Rs 61,788 (ex-showroom, New Delhi). In its new avatar, the scooter is aimed to up its appeal with prospective customers. It’s recognisable with its ‘Special Edition’ logo. There’s also a new Metallic Matte Bordeaux colour.
Design features include black alloy wheels, beige colour leatherette seat, and round shaped chrome mirrors. New design elements revolve around making the scooter stand out.A DC socket is offered as standard to enable mobile pone charging while commuting.
Devashish Handa, Vice President, Suzuki Motorcycle India Pvt. Ltd. said, “Suzuki Access 125 continues to enjoy the title of the bestselling scooter in its segment in the country, and now we are glad to bring a renewed Special Edition to celebrate the spirit of our riders.
The much loved family scooter offers better mileage without compromising on power, performance and style. Access 125 is a major contributor in Suzuki’s India growth story and we are committed to make it even better to resonate the love received from the customer.”
Suzuki Access 125 SE runs on an all aluminium 4-stroke, single cylinder 124cc engine, that returns 8.7 ps @ 7000 rpm, and 10.2 Nm @ 5000 rpm. The brand’s SEP tech makes for a hassle-free ride.
One-push Suzuki Easy Start System makes for a convenience feature. Central Locking, and Safety Shutter form the inbuilt security system. Suzuki Access 125 SE features a long seat, large-ish floorboard, large under-seat storage, and a front pocket perfect for handy storage.
Standard features carried forward also include the chrome plate finish look, AHO headlamp, and digital metre. Suzuki Access 125 SE is available in four colour options. The three existing colours are – Metallic Matte Black, Metallic Sonic Silver and Pearl Mirage White.
Suzuki Motorcycle India isn’t on the fag end of a weak market. So, while manufacturers are mostly scrambling for sales, Suzuki was able to post positive sales in June 2019. And in strengthening it’s current momentum, just prior to the Access 125 Special Edition (SE) launch, the company launched its all new Gixxer for a lakh.