Suzuki Burgman Street vs Suzuki Access 125: Major Differences

Modified On Mar 20, 2019 By Niraj Kakade for Suzuki Burgman Street

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Can the Suzuki Burgman Street justify its Rs 9,000 premium over the Access 125? Let’s find out

Suzuki Burgman Street

Not to long ago Suzuki launched its second 125cc offering the Burgman Street. Priced at Rs 68,000 (ex-showroom Delhi), the scooter is heftier by Rs 9,000 than the Access 125, the scooter which it shares most of its mechanicals with. So what do you get for that additional moolah? Let's find out -

Design -

Suzuki Access

The Suzuki Burgman Street shares most of its internal with the Access 125, that's, however, is not the case with the design. The Suzuki Access sports a more conventional design, with more angular lines and a large handle mounted headlamp with chrome housing. Meanwhile, the Suzuki Burgman Street borrows inspiration from its elder sibling, the Burgman 650 Maxi scooter.

Suzuki Burgman Street

While the Burgman Street may not be an out and about Maxi scooter, it's the next closest thing. As opposed to the Access, the Burgman is a bit longer and lower, which helps it giving in a very distinctive stance. Of course, the Burgman 650 inspiration is seen everywhere, especially at the front with its protruding indicators and a fly screen. In short, it looks nothing like it's 125cc sibling.

Features -


Features

Access

Burgman Street

Windscreen

No

Yes

Instrument Cluster

Semi-digital

Fully-digital

LED headlights

No

Yes

LED tail lights

No

Yes

DC socket

Yes

Yes

USB Charger

Optional extra

Optional extra

Dual luggage hook

Yes

Yes

Front pocket storage

Yes

Glove box 1 Ltr bottle storage

4-in-lock

Yes

Yes

For the additional money, Suzuki offers couple of nifty features. This includes a fully-digital instrument console, which is borrowed straight from the Gixxer. Although, it being a scooter, the display only features essential readouts like fuel range, speed and time.

Suzuki Burgman Street

Then there are also the LED head and tail lamps, which provide decent performance during night time. In addition to this, the Burgman Street also gets a generous amount of storage (21.5-litres), both under the seat and at the front glove box (1-litre). However, we do think the underseat storage light should’ve been provided.

Engine -


Access

Burgman Street

Engine

124cc

124cc

Power

8.7PS

8.7PS

Torque

10.2Nm

10.2Nm

City F.E

51.3kmpl

52.7kmpl

Highway F.E

54.9kmpl

54.7kmpl

Let’s get the numbers out. Both the Access and the Burgman Street is powered by the same 124cc single-cylinder SOHC 2-valve motor, which generates 8.7PS at 7000rpm and 10.2Nm at 5000rpm. Although, surprisingly in our road test review we found the Burgman’s engine to be more refined.

Suzuki Access

The mid range grunt of the Access is missing here, as the Burgman delivers the power more linearly than its sibling. Also missing is the gruffness one associates with the Access. We found the Burgman offering a much smoother rider. Also, a big surprise were the efficiency figures. The Burgman Street is actually more practical than the Access, with a tested mileage of 54.9kmpl on the city and 52.7kmpl on the highway. In comparison, the Access offers a fuel efficency of 51.3kmpl and 52.7kmpl respectively.

Underpinnings -


Suzuki Access 125

Suzuki Burgman Street 125

Underseat Storage

21.8 litres

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Suzuki Burgman Street vs Suzuki Access 125: Major Differences

Modified On Mar 20, 2019 By Niraj Kakade for Suzuki Burgman Street

  • 11831 Views
  • Write a comment

Can the Suzuki Burgman Street justify its Rs 9,000 premium over the Access 125? Let’s find out

Suzuki Burgman Street

Not to long ago Suzuki launched its second 125cc offering the Burgman Street. Priced at Rs 68,000 (ex-showroom Delhi), the scooter is heftier by Rs 9,000 than the Access 125, the scooter which it shares most of its mechanicals with. So what do you get for that additional moolah? Let's find out -

Design -

Suzuki Access

The Suzuki Burgman Street shares most of its internal with the Access 125, that's, however, is not the case with the design. The Suzuki Access sports a more conventional design, with more angular lines and a large handle mounted headlamp with chrome housing. Meanwhile, the Suzuki Burgman Street borrows inspiration from its elder sibling, the Burgman 650 Maxi scooter.

Suzuki Burgman Street

While the Burgman Street may not be an out and about Maxi scooter, it's the next closest thing. As opposed to the Access, the Burgman is a bit longer and lower, which helps it giving in a very distinctive stance. Of course, the Burgman 650 inspiration is seen everywhere, especially at the front with its protruding indicators and a fly screen. In short, it looks nothing like it's 125cc sibling.

Features -


Features

Access

Burgman Street

Windscreen

No

Yes

Instrument Cluster

Semi-digital

Fully-digital

LED headlights

No

Yes

LED tail lights

No

Yes

DC socket

Yes

Yes

USB Charger

Optional extra

Optional extra

Dual luggage hook

Yes

Yes

Front pocket storage

Yes

Glove box 1 Ltr bottle storage

4-in-lock

Yes

Yes

For the additional money, Suzuki offers couple of nifty features. This includes a fully-digital instrument console, which is borrowed straight from the Gixxer. Although, it being a scooter, the display only features essential readouts like fuel range, speed and time.

Suzuki Burgman Street

Then there are also the LED head and tail lamps, which provide decent performance during night time. In addition to this, the Burgman Street also gets a generous amount of storage (21.5-litres), both under the seat and at the front glove box (1-litre). However, we do think the underseat storage light should’ve been provided.

Engine -


Access

Burgman Street

Engine

124cc

124cc

Power

8.7PS

8.7PS

Torque

10.2Nm

10.2Nm

City F.E

51.3kmpl

52.7kmpl

Highway F.E

54.9kmpl

54.7kmpl

Let’s get the numbers out. Both the Access and the Burgman Street is powered by the same 124cc single-cylinder SOHC 2-valve motor, which generates 8.7PS at 7000rpm and 10.2Nm at 5000rpm. Although, surprisingly in our road test review we found the Burgman’s engine to be more refined.

Suzuki Access

The mid range grunt of the Access is missing here, as the Burgman delivers the power more linearly than its sibling. Also missing is the gruffness one associates with the Access. We found the Burgman offering a much smoother rider. Also, a big surprise were the efficiency figures. The Burgman Street is actually more practical than the Access, with a tested mileage of 54.9kmpl on the city and 52.7kmpl on the highway. In comparison, the Access offers a fuel efficency of 51.3kmpl and 52.7kmpl respectively.

Underpinnings -


Suzuki Access 125

Suzuki Burgman Street 125

Underseat Storage

21.8 litres

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*Ex-showroom Price in Delhi
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