The Burgman Street is a premium scooter offering recently launched by the Japanese manufacturer Suzuki at the 2018 Auto Expo. Maxi-styled scooter received huge round of applause from the gathered audience at the event. Here we are listed all the objectives those aids the scooter in getting such response from the onlookers.
The Burgman is a globally acclaimed Suzuki’s moniker as it endows a range of scooters in its global lineup. Including 125,200,250,400 and 600cc variants. However, it is not the full-size scooter for which the Brugman is renowned internationally. It is first to introduce, entry level scooter that is expected to launch soon in India. Whereas, it pricing is being considered a premium of INR 5,000 to INR 7,000 over the ongoing Suzuki Access SE top end trim.
Visually, the Street strictly follows Burgman family’s styling. The front of the scooter is pretty captivating and distinguished as it features large apron and windscreen which definitely holds the attention of observer. Moreover, the seating which is wide and comfortable and slight step up to separate rider and pillion’s space. Additionally, the Gixxer’s sourced mirrors and an exhaust with shroud add an appeal to the Street Burgman’s appearance.
Powering for the Burgman Street comes from a 124.3cc engine that is shared from brand’s ongoing Suzuki Access 125 scooter. The mill is liable to generate 8.6bhp at 6500 rpm and 10.2Nm at 5,000rpm. Furthermore, we are expecting other specifications on the Street will also be similar to the Access 125.
Going to be India’s first maxi-scooter, the Burgman Street is a full-fledged product loaded with host of features those will sport to make your ride enjoyable. It has a fully digital instrument console, spacious trunk under the seat, a 12V charging socket, tubeless tyres, a multi-function key slot and an LED tail-lamp.
At the global front, the Burgman range is meant to offer comfort more than a sporty character. We are expecting the same from the Street Burgman in India. To convey this comfort, the Burgman Street is mounted on a telescopic front fork and rear monoshock. While, the scooter runs on a 90/90-12 tyre at the front and a 90/100-10 one at the rear. Whereas for braking there is a front disc brake and rear drum brake.