The BS-VI compliant Access 125 goes on sale in five variants, which also include two new Special Edition variants.
Suzuki Motorcycle India Pvt Ltd (SMIPL) unveiled the BS-VI iteration of the Access 125 last month, and now, it has also announced the official prices of the scooter. The entry-level variant (Drum Brake + CBS) has been priced at ₹64,800 (up from ₹58,323), and the top-spec version (Special Edition – Disc Brake + CBS) is priced at ₹69,500 (all prices are ex-showroom, Delhi).
Compared to the standard version, the Access 125 Special Edition (SE) gets black/light brown-coloured plastic panels, burgundy/beige coloured retro seat, black alloy wheels, a USB charging socket (standard), chrome rear-view mirrors, and a SE logo. Further, the SE version of the Access 125 is exclusively available in four colour options (White, Blue, Matte Black, & Matte Bordeaux Red), while the standard version is available in Blue, White, Black, Matte Silver, & Matte Grey.
In terms of mechanical updates, the BS-VI Access 125 ditches the Carburettor for Fuel-Injection. The single-cylinder air-cooled 125cc motor now produces 8.6bhp (same as before) & 10Nm (vs 10.2Nm) of torque. Suzuki also claims that the BS-VI Access 125 features a longer seat, larger floorboard, and more under-seat storage. However, to increase the storage capacity, Suzuki has reduced the fuel tank capacity from 5.6 litres to 5 litres. In terms of features, the BS-VI version of the Access 125 comes with an LED headlamp, Eco-Assist illumination for the digital metre console, and an external fuel-filler flap.
Listed below are the variant-wise prices of the Suzuki Access 125 BS-VI (all prices are ex-showroom, Delhi):
Drum Brake (with CBS) – ₹64,800
Drum Brake (Alloy Wheel + CBS) – ₹66,800
Disc Brake (with CBS) – ₹67,800
Special Edition Drum Brake (Alloy Wheel + CBS) – ₹68,500
Special Edition Disc Brake (with CBS) – ₹69,500