Suzuki Access 125 review

Suzuki has launched Bluetooth-equipped variants of the Access 125 which feature a new fully-digital instrument cluster. These variants are based on the Access Special Edition and are more expensive by Rs 3,800. The price of the Suzuki Access 125 starts at Rs 68,800 and goes up to Rs 78,600. The Access is a popular family scooter catering to the 125cc segment. It is by far the best-selling 125cc scooter for years and Suzuki launched BS6-compliant.

Suzuki Access 125

The Suzuki Access 125 BS6 has a very conservative and gender-neutral design language. The Suzuki Access BS6 comes with a new LED headlamp. The rear gets a large single-piece grab rail and the external fuel filler cap is located right below it. The chromed-out exhaust heat shield adds to the premium quotient as well.


The Suzuki Access 125 BS6 comes with a 124cc single-cylinder air-cooled fuel-injected engine which churns out 8.7PS at 6750rpm and 10Nm at 5500rpm. Comparatively, the BS4-compliant Suzuki Access 125 generates the same amount of power but at 250rpm later and 0.2Nm more torque at 500rpm earlier. The engine is paired with a CVT unit. The Suzuki Access 125 BS6 comes with a telescopic front fork and a single shock absorber at the rear. Brakes include a drum brake or a disc up front and a drum unit at the rear, with CBS as standard across all the variants. The 12-inch front and 10-inch rear wheel come either in alloy and steel, depending on the variant. The wheels are wrapped with 90/90 – 12 and 90/100 – 10 front and rear tubeless tyres respectively.

Suzuki Access 125

The Suzuki Access 125 BS6 comes with an analogue speedometer with a digital inset to display the odometer readings and fuel level. There’s also an Eco Assist Illumination around the speedometer lettering which lights up as per the user’s riding style. This feature gives a fair idea about how one rides efficiently. Another notable feature is the LED headlamp, which is standard across all the variants in the BS6-compliant version. The scooter also comes with the Suzuki Easy Start System which ensures the engine cranks up at a touch of the starter button. For added practicality, there’s an apron-mounted cubby hole that can hold a half-litre water bottle, and an optional USB charger right next to it. The under-seat storage stands at 21.8 litres and for better convenience, it now comes with an external fuel filler instead of a conventional underseat fuel filler cap.

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