Suzuki Motorcycle India has launched the Burgman Street Blue Edition at a starting price of Rs 79,700/- (ex-showroom Delhi) in the country. The newly introduced paint scheme is Pearl Suzuki Medium Blue No. 2. The BS6 compliant 125cc scooter is already on offer in four color choices: Metallic Mat Fibroin Gray, Pearl Mirage White, Metallic Matte Black No. 2 and Metallic Matte Bordeaux Red. Suzuki Burgman Street Blue Edition takes on the likes of TVS Ntorq, Honda Grazia and Aprilia SR125 in the Indian market.
The Blue Edition gets chrome accents on the front and rear body parts while other features include LED headlights, body-mounted windscreen, and upward muffler design. It also comes with a front glove box with DC socket and Combined Braking System (CBS) as standard features. The seat is longer and the foot position is flexible. Being powered by an all-aluminium BS6 compliant 124cc single cylinder four stroke engine, it has a maximum power output of 8.6bhp at 6750rpm and peak torque performance of 10Nm at 5500rpm. The engine boasts of Fuel Injection engine technology in sync with Integrated Engine start and Kill switch with Suzuki Easy Start System to boost engine start operation during traffic conditions.
Commenting on the launch of new blue colour edition, Mr. Koichiro Hirao, Managing Director, Suzuki Motorcycle India, said, “BURGMAN STREET is one of the premium flagship scooters from Suzuki Motorcycle India. It has been redefining luxury riding since its launch in 2018 in India. Backed by European scooter design language and advanced technology, BURGMAN STREET represents comfort and style. To further accentuate its bold and sporty look, we have introduced the Pearl Suzuki Medium Blue No. 2 colour edition of BURGMAN STREET. It is our constant endeavour to bring in new variants to our products and offer the best features to our young discerning customers. We are confident that this new colour will find appeal especially amongst the youth given the sporty look for enhanced road presence.”
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