|Suzuki Swish 125||Automatic||
4 Stroke, Single Cylinder, OHC
|54 Kmpl||8.58 bhp @ 7000 rpm|
21st August, 2015: Suzuki Motorcycles gave new color scheme and graphics to Swish 125 back in January. A whole new instrument panel with analog speedometer and digital fuel gauge, dual trip meter, clock, oil change indicator, etc. comes aboard. Besides this, the scooter also gets unique blue lens position lamps that look quite impressive in the dark. The color options offered by the manufacturer are Metallic Sonic Silver/Glass Sparkle Black (APT), Pearl Mirage White (YPA), Glass Sparkle Black (YYB) and Candy Dark Cherry Red/ Glass. On the other hand, it is powered by the same engine with zero change in the output and performance.
Suzuki Motorcycle India Private Limited (SMIPL) enhances the appearance of Swish with bold graphics and pleasing color range. The manufacturer is now targeting young population with the new fancy model. A few new elements are also introduced with the machine that makes it more competitive. One of the new equipment is a whole new instrument cluster that sports analog speedometer, digital dual trip meter, service reminder, fuel level, time and oil change indicator.
Suzuki Swish 125 is the only scooter to flaunt a Blue lens position lamps & multi-reflector lights to charm the crowd. More comfort is organized with the longer and wider seat with a under seat storage capacity of 20 liter that can store a full size helmet plus a few more articles. Moreover, central locking with shutter key adds to the security of the scooter while maintenance free battery keeps an eye on the convenience of the rider.
Suzuki Swish 125 runs on the same 124cc, 4-stroke, single-cylinder, OHC engine with CVT transmission. Designed to perform ferociously, it is set to churn out a supreme power output of 8.58bhp at 7,000rpm with a top torque of 9.8Nm at 5,000rpm. With a motor to brag about, the fuel efficiency of the scooter is genuine, which is further aided with a 6 liter fuel tank capacity.
Suzuki Swish 125 is an enjoyable ride with telescopic front suspension and swing arm type spring loaded hydraulic damper rear suspension. The tyres that run it are 90/100-10 inch tubeless, which are further supported by 120mm drum brakes. Dimensions of the machine are 1,780mm x 650mm x 1,140mm (l x b x h) with a wheelbase of 1250mm. With a minimum ground clearance of 160mm, it offers a seat height of 780mm and a kerb weight of 110kg.
A lot of the big changes have been made in Suzuki Swish. First of all, it should not be mistaken as Access. Its front portion has been crafted with a great brilliance which aids aerodynamics. It has a differently treated design that does not show the same old monotonous design, however, its sharp and edgy lines bring out the overall character of this two-wheeler. It shows the sophisticated V shape when checking it out from the front. The front of the machine is wonderfully crafted and the eye-shaped front turn indicators add more to its beauty, however, the body panels colored in body hue, do not show unique shape. The rear view mirrors and rear alluminum grab rail look much trendy and gives this two-wheeler a ravishing look. All in all, the build quality of this scooter is up to Suzuki's usual high standard. This vehicle has a good quality headlamp with a stout and efficient bulb for better visibility at night and even in foggy conditions.
The appearance of Suzuki Swish is something that grabs the attention of the beholder quickly. The front portion of the bike is built with a great brilliance of craft-ship to lure the hearts of the youngsters. From large headlight to its front mud-guard and the handle, all are built to give it a ravishing look and also aids aerodynamics. Its rear view is wonderful as it has been carved very stylishly and offers a flamboyant look in return. The overall look of the scooter is fantastic and leaves a great impact on the beholders.
To ride this pack of fascinating looks, Suzuki Motors have employed an air-cooled, four-stroke engine which has the displacement of 124.6cc. The mono-cylinder and OHC engine scoops out the maximum power production of 8.58bhp available at 7000rpm whereas the peak torque this engine relieves is 9.8Nm comes at 6500rpm. The Swish engine features XTP (Extra Torque and Performance) that is very much alike to Suzuki Zeus.
As far as the mileage of the latest Suzuki Swish is concerned, it stands true on all the claims it made. Its mileage on the traffic-packed roads of cities is 40kmpl, on the other hand, its mileage on wider roads of highways is 50kmpl. Its fuel-consumption gives a big relief at the time when fuel-prices are at their peak.
In terms of braking system, Suzuki has left no stone unmoved to make this scooter solid. Both front and rear brakes are powered by 120 mm drum brakes, which help the riders to halt the scoot, whenever they need. It offers a responsive and stable ride. It is much capable of a tight turning circle to give the riders a tension free ride. The stopping distance is a little longer than is desirable, nevertheless, the two-wheelers larger wheelbase and wider tyres bring back some control to the scooty, which cut down the possibility of skidding.
On the grounds of comfort measures, Suzuki has really taken care of the needs and requirements of the bike-enthusiasts of the nation very well. The company has powered the front suspension with telescopic whereas the rear suspension of the scoot is swing-arm to offer the riders of the nation a ride full of luxury. Such suspension will allow you to go off road more often. In proceeding, the suspensions perform very well, irrespective of the road surfaces. On even terrain, the scoot is much capable in absorbing shocks and bumps and preventing undesirable feedback to the rider via the handlebars.
Suzuki Swish has a number of wonderful safety features to offer and one of the key features is, its special shutter mechanism revolving around one control point, intended to cut down the chances of theft. Its chock nob can also be ascertained easily. Its 120mm drum brakes also play a vital role in order to make your journey comfortable and smooth. In addition, the tyres which are used at the front and at the bottom are 90/100-10, a medium-sized tyres that is suitable for a bike of this type.
Appealing to youngsters
Oil change indicator
A bit expensive
Braking system can be better
Mileage and performance is ordinary
I am wiriting this review after 6 months of using it. Very average. Go for something else. No fuel economy. Not even sturdy. Thode din me sab anjar panjar dhila ho gaya he. ...
Last month I have purchased new swish.Milage is not bad.Pulling is good.It is better than Access 125....
Not satisfied with swish 125. No mileage. Not good in balance. ...
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