Apart from the addition of a new Bluetooth-enabled digital console and new colour options, both scooters remain unchanged in every other aspect.
Suzuki has today launched Bluetooth-equipped versions of the Access 125 and Burgman Street, with prices starting from ₹77,700 for the Access 125 (Drum + Alloy) and going up to ₹78,600 for the top (Disc + Alloy) variant. The Bluetooth-enabled Burgman Street 125 has been launched at ₹84,600.
For comparison, the non-Bluetooth variants of the Access 125 are priced between ₹70,500 and ₹74,800, whereas the non-Bluetooth Burgman Street 125 carries a price tag of ₹81,100. All price figures mentioned are ex-showroom, Delhi. Both scooters also get a new Matte Blue colour option, while the Access 125 gets another new colour option – metallic royal bronze.
The Bluetooth connectivity works via the Suzuki Ride Connect App (Android only). After the rider pairs his/her phone to the scooter via the app, features such as turn-by-turn navigation, Whatsapp/Call/SMS alerts, Estimated Time of Arrival (ETA) alerts, Missed Call/Caller ID notifications, phone battery level indicator and over-speed warning are available to the rider on the scooter's digital display.
Both scooters continue to be powered by a 124cc air-cooled single-cylinder SOHC Fi engine, which develops 8.6bhp and 10Nm of torque.