The Suzuki Access 125 has reached a significant production milestone in India, as it's 50,00,000th unit rolled out from the firm's Kherki Dhaula plant in Gurugram, Haryana. At the time of its market introduction in 2007, the Access 125 was the only scooter available in the 125cc category. According to the firm, it took 16 years for the scooter to achieve this milestone. The two-wheeler derives power from a 124cc, fuel-injected, single-cylinder engine, which puts out 8.58bhp and 10Nm. It is currently available in our market within a price bracket of Rs 79,400 and Rs 89,500 (ex-showroom, Delhi). If you are planning to buy this scooter, let's a take look at its more features. Additionally, know about how this scooter's manufacturer is currently performing in the market in terms of sales.
Suzuki Access 125: Key Details
According to the two-wheeler manufacturer, the Suzuki Access 125 syncs with the requirements of Indian customers and therefore has the highest sales in the range. Currently, it is available in three variants: Standard, Special Edition, and Ride Connect, where the last higher-spec version gets a Bluetooth module that adds functions like a battery level indicator, missed caller notifications, and turn-by-turn navigation.
At the heart of the scooter, is a 124cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled motor, which produces a peak power output of 8.58bhp at 6,750rpm and a maximum torque of 10Nm at 5,500rpm. The two-wheeler is available at an introductory cost of Rs 79,400 (ex-showroom, Delhi), and rivals the likes of the Yamaha Fascino 125, the TVS Jupiter 125, the Honda Activa 125, and more in India.
Suzuki Motorcycle India Sales June 2023
In its official press release, the two-wheeler maker announced selling a total of 80,737 units in June, which is a gain from 68,018 units delivered in the same time last year, representing an 18.7% YoY sales growth. Commenting on last month sales, Mr. Devashish Handa, Executive Vice President, Sales, Marketing and After Sales, at Suzuki Motorcycle India said, “Suzuki Motorcycle India continues posting double-digit sales increase. This growth also shows robust demand for our products, not just in the domestic market but in overseas markets as well. We would like to express our sincere gratitude to our esteemed customers and dealer partners for their unwavering support.”
In June, the automaker also introduced the E20-compatible Burgman Street EX, Gixxer 250 series, and V-Strom SX. All domestic two-wheelers made by Suzuki are now E20 compliant.