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Suzuki Heat was an impressive two-wheeler motorcycle in the commuter segment. Aesthetically, the model was an impressive one as the features signified the name. Heat was among the most popular Suzuki bike models and comes with two variants – Suzuki Heat Spoke and Suzuki Heat Alloy. Suzuki Heat has everything that a young bike lover would hope for. The simple and sober front view along with multi-reflector headlamp helps the fascia to look bold. Multi-reflector type headlamp provides clear vision even in the dark, and it does not house any front cowl as seen on the bikes today. The instrument panel in Suzuki Heat comprises of a speedometer, fuel gauge and trip meter. This model comes with a well-designed petrol tank which has a fuel tank capacity of 12-litres.
Having seen the overview, let us move towards the comprehensive Suzuki Heat review:
Exterior: The Suzuki Heat is an attractive looking bike thanks to an ergonomically designed side profile. The graphic paint on the tank and the contours make the colour stand out. The rounded headlamps at the front give it a Bullet-like feel. The seat is a single one which is quite comfortable both for the rider and the commuter sitting on the pillion. Two average size passengers can sit quite comfortably. This model boasts a stylish rear side view thanks to the cowl and bold tail lamp. The five-spoke alloy wheels give it a sporty look. The silencer of the model is blacked out to give it sports chrome heat cover. The seating arrangement of Suzuki Heat provides comfortable seating posture to passenger and the rider.
Specifications: Suzuki Heat is powered by a 125cc engine displacement which makes it a direct competitor of Bajaj Platina and other 125cc models. The engine is configured with 4 strokes, air cooled OHC engine which helps the model to deliver a power of 8.83 @7000rpm, and it generates a maximum torque of 10Nm @3500rpm. The engine is mated to a five-speed gearbox and follows one down and four up the pattern. The overall length of the bike is 2040mm, width is 770mm, and the height is 1085mm. The weight of the bike is 110kg which makes the model quite easy to control.
Price: Suzuki Heat on road price when it was available was between INR 42,414 to INR 44,000. The prices used to vary from region to region. If you are looking to buy a used Suzuki Heat, it might be valued between INR 12,000 to 25,000 depending upon the condition of the bike.
Competitors: Suzuki Heat price and specifications used to put the model in direct competition with other bikes such as Bajaj Platina, Honda Shine, TVS Flame and Honda Shine.