The TVS Ntorq 125 technology competes for the newly launched Suzuki Burgman Street 125 in the Indian market. Both the scooter has the bulky appearance and slight curves to make your head turn. Here is the detailing on some specs and mechanics of both the scooters. Here comes the Suzuki Burgman Street 125, the elder sibling of Suzuki Access 125. The comparison here is not about only looks, but to catch all the basic technology implemented in these Suzuki & TVS automatic scooters:
The Suzuki Burgman has a full-LCD instrument cluster showing a range of information with the features such as oil change indicator, fuel range, clock, odometer, and the speed. While, the TVS NTroq 125 has an LCD unit of the dashboard which is able to show information such as vital vehicle stats, parking location history, caller ID information, navigation, fuel status, RPM, and the Speed.
The Suzuki Burgman Street comes with full-LED Headlamps and LED daytime running lights, whereas the TVS Ntorq uses LED DRLS along with Bulb and Reflector Type headlight which resembles the Honda Dio. Although, the shape of both the headlamp is different matching with the body framework of the scooters.
The Burgman Street obtains a drum unit at the rear and a disc brake unit at the front. While, coming to the Ntorque 125, it consists disc brake at front and drum brake at the rear. So, the brake information from both the scooters is approximately the same.
The Burgman Street takes the Access 125-sourced engine. It comes powered by a 124.3cc engine which is able to churn out a maximum power of 8.7hp at 7,500rpm and a peak torque of 10.2Nm at 5,000rpm. While the Ntroq comes powered by a 124.79 cc engine which is able to produce a peak power of 9.1 bhp at 7,500 rpm and a peak torque of 10.5 Nm at 5,500 rpm.
Considering the details of dashboard, engine, brakes, and headlamp which are approximately the same, the Suzuki Burgman Street gives a tough competition to the TVS Ntorq as well as the Honda Activa 125 as the Burgman has a very different look and a more sporty appearance, which was much needed in the Indian market.