The design theme made the Burgman Street popular among youngsters, the company sold close to 10,000 units last month in India
Suzuki officially introduced the Burgman Street in July and the maxi-scooter quickly grabbed the attention of youngsters. The company managed to sell 9598 units in September 2018 compared to 7365 units in August 2018. The scooter is registering excellent growth each month and one of the reasons for the popularity of Burgman Street is its styling.
The design took inspirations from Suzuki Burgman 650 and the company has given LED headlamps and tail lamps along with fully digital cluster. The Burgman Street also gets a visor on the top of the headlamp. The maxi-scooter also comes with 21.5 litres of under seat storage.
The handlebar is positioned on the taller side and the wider seats give a comfortable riding position for the scooter. Some of the features on Burgman Street include a multi-function key slot and a 12V smartphone charging socket. The fuel tank capacity of the scooter is 5.6 litres and the kerb weight is 110 kg.
The Burgman Street is powered by 124.3 cc single cylinder engine producing 8.4 bhp of power at 6,500 rpm and 10.2 Nm of torque at 5,000 rpm. This engine is mated to CVT automatic gearbox and braking power comes from disc brakes at front and drum at the rear. The scooter comes with 12-inch wheels at the front and 10-inch wheels at the rear.
The company has given 90/90 section tyre at the front and 90/100 section tyre at the rear. The Burgman Street gets a telescopic front suspension and adjustable mono-shocks at the rear. Suzuki is offering three colour options with Burgman Street – Pearl Mirage White, Matte Fibroin Grey and Glass Sparkle Black.
The dimensions of Burgman Street are 1,880 mm, 675 mm width and 1,140 mm height. The wheelbase is 1,265 mm and ground clearance is 160 mm, while the seat height is 780 mm. Suzuki Burgman Street compete against TVS Ntorq 125, Honda Grazia, Aprilia SR 125 and Vespa SXL/VXL 125.