Updated Suzuki Access 125 and Burgman Street launched, features Bluetooth connectivity
Suzuki Motorcycles India has recently updated two of its popular scooters, the Access 125 and Burgman Street. These scooters are priced at Rs 77,700 and Rs. 84,600, ex-showroom respectively. In addition to the minor aesthetic tweaks in the form of LED position lamps on the Access 125 along with new colours, Suzuki has introduced Ride Connect on both these scooters.
With this, one can sync a smartphone seamlessly with the vehicle's console, that offers turn-by-turn navigation, call & SMS alert display, WhatsApp alert, estimated time of arrival alerts, missed call alert and caller id, over-speed warning and phone battery level display. One has to download the Suzuki Ride Connect application from Google play store of any Android phone. After connecting with the vehicle, Access 125 or Burgman Street, the user will get access to navigation assistance and features such as last parked location and trip report.
"We are pleased to introduce the All-New Access 125 and Burgman Street with Bluetooth enabled digital console capable of getting paired with your mobile phones. The technology has been developed keeping the requirements of today's young customer in mind, who always want to stay connected but doesn't want to compromise on his/ her safety by using a phone while riding a two-wheeler." commented Koichiro Hirao, Managing Director, Suzuki Motorcycle India.
The Suzuki Access 125 gets two new colours Metallic Royal Bronze, Matte Blue and is priced at Rs 77,700 for the drum brake variant and Rs. 78,600 for the disc brake variant. The more premium Suzuki Burgman Street gets Matte Blue as a new shade and is priced at Rs 84,600, ex-showroom.
Starts Rs 64,800
Starts Rs 77,900
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