We have had the new Suzuki Burgman Street 125 for just over two months now. It hasn’t clocked many kilometres this month but it still is my main mode of transportation to and from the office. My daily commute is about half an hour each way and the Burgman offers plenty of comfort. I must admit that the TVS NTorq was a joy to ride when I had it, but it did feel cramped. The Burgman on the other hand has plenty of space.
What I also really like about the Burgman is the storage compartments that it has and it makes the Burgman extremely practical. You can store your phone and wallet under the handlebars and you can store even more items under the seat.
The overall ride quality of the scooter is also very good. The 125cc engine is peppy enough in the city and it is very refined. For a quick commute to work it actually is very good, and I am sure that people who have more than an hour of travel time to get to work will really enjoy the Burgman because it is very comfortable and powerful.
If you look at the Burgman it does look premium and it also feels that way. It certainly is the most premium in the 125cc category, and so far, the scooter has held up very well. So far, I am still loving the Burgman as my every day office commuter, and there is nothing wrong with the scooter that I can complain about.
When it came: August 2018
Current odo reading: 421kms
Mileage this month: 221kms
Fuel efficiency: 40km/l
What’s good: Comfort handling, LED headlamp
What’s not: Nothing