Suzuki Exhibits 2018 Swish Scooter at Tokyo Motor Show

At the ongoing Tokyo Motor Show in Japan, the native motorcycle manufacturer Suzuki has premiered the new model year iteration of its Swish scooter. With the sharp styling and sportier appearance, the scooter is a looker. The incorporated attributes on scooter such as front apron mounted LED headlamp with LED DRLs, LED tail-light with well studded rear indicators, split grab rails, a bigger exhaust, 10-inch alloy wheels and a fully-digital instrument console also prove the same. Though, a difference that will be noticed in a glimpse from the previous generation Swish, is the replacement of headlamp from handlebar to front apron.

As company claims, the new Swish offers much storage space as compared to the ongoing model not only under the seat but also in the front as well, to keep your belongings including the helmet.

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Well, the mechanicals of the 2018 Swish is not revealed by the Japanese automaker. However, the chances are the same 125cc engine could take place under the seat from Access 125. The mentioned motor is capable of generating the peak power of 8.5 hp along with 10.2 Nm of torque via a mated CVT.

The prominent cycle parts such as suspension setup and included brakes are telescopic front forks along with single shock rear absorber; front disc and rear drum brake.