Suzuki Access 125 and Burgman Street get Bluetooth connectivity and new colours

By Divyank K. Bansal | on October 7, 2020 Follow us on Autox Google News

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.

Suzuki Bluetooth Enabled Burgman Street Matte Blue

Suzuki Burgman Street Matte Blue

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.

Suzuki Bluetooth Enabled Access 125 Metallic Royal Bronze

Suzuki Access 125 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.

Suzuki Access 125 And Burgman Street Get Bluetooth Connectivity And New Colours

Both scooters continue to be powered by a 124cc air-cooled single-cylinder SOHC Fi engine, which develops 8.6bhp and 10Nm of torque.

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