Key Specs of Access 125
Suzuki Access 125 Highlights
Suzuki has hiked the prices of the BS6 Access 125 Bluetooth variant by up to Rs 1,414. Check our story for its new ex-showroom prices. The scooter is available in seven variants, including the two recently launched models with Bluetooth connectivity.
Suzuki Access 125 Price:
Suzuki offers the Access 125 in seven variants. The price of the BS6 Suzuki Access starts from Rs 70,500 for the drum brakes/steel wheels option. The one with drum brakes and alloy wheels costs Rs 72,200 while the Access 125 disc brake and alloy wheels version is priced at Rs 73,100. The latter two variants get ‘Special Edition’ trims comprising fancy colours, coming in at a price premium of Rs 1,700 over their regular counterparts. Apart from these variants, Suzuki recently launched two more versions with the Suzuki Ride Connect. They are priced at Rs Rs 78,200 for drum brake with alloy wheels and Rs 80,200 for the front disc brake-equipped variant.
Suzuki Access 125 Features:
Suzuki has given the Access 125 a couple of new features with the BS6 update. Firstly, the LED headlight gets a chrome bezel. The semi-digital information panel gets an eco-assist indicator, which is basically a bar that turns from blue to green when you ride the scooter economically. You finally get an external fuel filler cap on the Access 125, which should make filling fuel a convenient affair. Suzuki recently introduced new variants with the Suzuki Ride Connect feature. This Bluetooth-enabled smartphone-compatible instrument cluster allows you to access features such as turn-by-turn navigation, call/SMS/ WhatsApp alerts, overspeeding alerts, trip sharing and last parked location. All these features enhance the Access 125’s practicality considerably.
Suzuki Access 125 Engine:
The 124cc single-cylinder engine of the Suzuki Access 125 is now fuel-injected, making the motor even smoother than before. With the BS6 updates, engine performance is now rated at 8.7PS and 10Nm -- same power but torque is down by 0.2Nm.
Suzuki Access 125 Suspension & Brakes:
The mechanical foundations of the BS6 Suzuki Access 125 are identical to its predecessor. A front telescopic fork and single shock suspend the underbone frame. Depending on the variant, you either get a disc or a drum brake on the front wheel but a rear drum unit is common on all trims, and so is CBS.
Suzuki Access 125 Rivals:
The Suzuki Access 125 has been our pick of the lot in the 125cc family scooter segment for a long time now. Now, thanks to the little changes made to the scooter, the BS6 product raises the bar even further. Competition for the Suzuki Access 125 comes from the Hero Maestro Edge 125, Honda Activa 125, TVS Jupiter and Yamaha Fascino 125. In terms of pricing, the Suzuki Access 125 also competes with the Bajaj Pulsar 125, Suzuki Burgman Street 125 and Hero Super Splendor.
Suzuki Access 125 Price
The price of Suzuki Access 125 starts at Rs. 74,400 and goes upto Rs. 83,600. Suzuki Access 125 is offered in 7 variants - Access 125 Drum CBS, Access 125 Drum Cast and the top variant Access 125 Disc Alloy Bluetooth which comes at a price tag of Rs. 83,600.
Access 125 Price List (Variants)
|Access 125 Drum CBS124 cc||Rs.74,400|
|Access 125 Drum Cast124 cc||Rs.76,100|
|Access 125 Drum Brake CBS Special Edition124 cc||Rs.76,800|
|Access 125 Disc CBS124 cc||Rs.78,100|
|Access 125 Disc Brake CBS Special Edition124 cc||Rs.79,800|
|Access 125 Drum Alloy Bluetooth124 cc||Rs.81,600|
|Access 125 Disc Alloy Bluetooth124 cc||Rs.83,600|
Suzuki Access 125 Pros and Cons
Things We Like in Access 125
- Manages to put out the same power as before despite being BS6-compliant.
- Still one of the most refined scooters in India.
- Superb ride quality - soaks up bumps really well.
Things We Don't Like in Access 125
- The external fuel-filler cap isn’t exactly convenient. It still requires you to get off the scooter in order to unlock it.
- Brakes are not as sharp as some of its competition.
- The design is starting to feel dated.
Access 125 Competitors
Suzuki Scooter Showrooms in Delhi
- FeaturedRDB Suzuki Pahladpur
C-198,199, Pul Prahaladpur, M B Road, Badarpur, Delhi, Delhi, 110044
- FeaturedUmang Motors Pvt. Ltd.
B-300, outer ring road, Saraswati Vihar, North West Delhi, Delhi, Delhi, Delhi, 110034
- FeaturedRDB Suzuki Khanpur
A-6, Deoli Road, Khanpur Extension, Delhi, Delhi, 110080
- FeaturedSHRISHAKTI SUZUKI
B-14 , East krishnaNagar, Near khandelwal Hospital Delhi, Delhi, Delhi, 110051
- FeaturedSagar Suzuki
59, Rani Jhansi Road, New Delhi, Delhi, Delhi, 110055
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Access 125 Expert Review
The Suzuki Access 125 has been a dominant contender in the 125cc space ever since it entered the India market way back in 2007. Being the only 125cc scooter in the market for quite some time, its reign remained unquestioned for almost a decade. Then came along the updated Access 125 which went on to become an absolute dominant force in the 125cc scooter space, outdoing many 110cc scooters in the process.
What worked in favour of the Access is the fact that it was the first 125 automatic scooter in the Indian market, plugging the gap between 100cc offerings (now 110cc) and 150cc geared scooters. The significant performance improvement over smaller scooters without much of a drop in efficiency or practicality had customers hooked, and how! So much so that the Access 125 didn't have a worthy adversary for a long, long time.
But now, a decade later, the market has transitioned from simple utilitarian scooters to more modern, powerful and tech-laden ones thanks to the introduction of new safety and emission standards. It all boils down to who offers more for the money’s worth. Yes, the Access 125 still sits at the top of the food chain, but can it hold onto the position with its most recent update?
Design and Features
We’ve always had mixed feelings about the scooter’s design. I personally feel Suzuki could have given the Access a complete makeover for 2020. Something on the lines of say.. the Suzuki Saluto 125cc that was recently unveiled in Taiwan would surely do the trick! But for now, we have to make do with what we have, which isn’t all that bad. The scooter looks identical to the previous-gen model, with a curvy design language, a handlebar-mounted headlamp, apron-mounted turn indicators, contrasting seat, chrome trims to accentuate its premiumness and an exhaust with a slightly odd-looking, tapered chrome heat shield.
In the same vein, it maintains its build quality, which is among the best in the segment, with consistent panel gaps and solid feeling plastics.
Engine and Performance
Suzuki Access 125 BS6
Suzuki Access 125 BS4
124cc single-cylinder, SOHC, fuel-injected engine
124cc single-cylinder, SOHC, carbureted engine
8.7PS @ 6750rpm
8.7PS @ 7000rpm
10Nm @ 5500rpm
10.2Nm @ 5000rpm
Coming to the meat of the matter. Like most BS6 two-wheelers, you’d probably expect the BS6 Access 125 to lose out on performance, but that isn’t the case here. The folks at Suzuki have managed to eke out just as much power as before from the 124cc engine. It produces the same 8.7PS but loses out on a bit of torque -- 0.2Nm to be precise. Thankfully this drop is small enough not to make any noticeable difference in real-world conditions.
Interestingly, even though the scooter gained 2kg during the transition from BS4 to BS6, it still manages to dart off the line rather eagerly and has enough grunt quick overtakes. In fact, the BS6 Access is one of the quickest 125cc scooters we’ve tested so far, quicker than even the Hero Maestro Edge 125.
Furthermore, the addition of fuel injection means the engine feels smoother than before and responds almost instantaneously to the smallest of throttle inputs. The engineers have also managed to overcome any lag from the CVT gearbox. What you get in return is a crip and precise throttle and a frugal motor that delivers better fuel efficiency than the previous iteration. Thanks to the new setup, the motor can cruise comfortably between 70-80kmph on highways.
Braking and Handling
Suzuki Access 125 BS6
Suzuki Access 125 BS4
The updated Suzuki Access 125's suspension setup is one of the best in the market. Be it potholes or huge speed breakers, the setup is configured to soak them up with ease, consequently offering excellent ride quality. The Access SE we tested came equipped with a front disc brake and a rear drum brake which offer good progression and feedback. And though it works better than the previous-gen model while shedding speed, it still lacks bite compared to other front disc brake-equipped scooters.
Despite the weight gain, the Access 125 still feels nimble on its feet and manages to weave through traffic with utmost ease. Factor in the 12-inch front wheel and you have a scooter that’s as steady as a rock, be it in corners or simply gunning it in a straight line.
Safety and Features
So what’s new in the tech and features department? To keep in line with the BS6 emission norms, the Access gets a tweaked 125cc motor with fuel injection. Besides this, the scooter features a full LED headlight compared to the conventional halogen unit on the BS4 model. While it has good throw and spread which is fine within city limits, it lacks intensity and which becomes quite evident on pitch dark roads.
Next up is the new Eco assist illumination which, unlike conventional eco indicators, forms an arch around the speedometer. It stays green when you’re easy on the throttle but gradually turns blue when you begin to accelerate harder. However, we’d like to point out that the Eco assist is merely an indicator and doesn’t really guide the rider with throttle inputs. Another stumbling block is the analogue-digital instrument console with conventional readouts like a fuel gauge, odometer and two trip meters. Sure, it’s legible and easy to read even in the dark, but a full-digital console would surely give the scooter a couple of extra brownie points.
Other creature comforts come in the form of a USB charging socket placed on the front apron right beside a nifty cubby hole which could be used to store knick-knacks like your phone or wallet. However, we’d advise you to be careful in such situations as it's quite easy for your phone or wallet to fall out of the open storage when you go through crater-sized potholes or over large speed breakers.
For ease of use, Suzuki has equipped the BS6 Access with an external fuel filler cap placed at the back. But unlike other scooters which have the facility to remotely open the lid, the one on the Access requires you to get off the scooter and physically open the cover with a key. An unlock switch right next to the ignition fob, like the Activa 125 BS6, would have been ideal here.
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Suzuki Access 125 Specifications
|Mileage (City)||52.45 kmpl|
|Engine Type||4- Stroke, 1-Cylinder, Air Cooled|
|No. of Cylinders||1|
|Max Power||8.7 PS @ 6750 rpm|
|Max Torque||10 Nm @ 5500 rpm|
|Fuel Capacity||5 L|
Suzuki Access 125 Features
|Braking Type||Combi Brake System|
|External Fuel Filling||Yes|
|LED Tail Light||Yes|
Access 125 Videos
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- Suzuki Access 125 BS6 Road Test Review | Mileage, Price, Features & MoreFeb 11, 2020
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Access 125 Price In India
|Hyderabad||Rs. 73,292 - 86,444|
|Delhi||Rs. 72,600 - 83,600|
|Kolkata||Rs. 75,062 - 85,063|
|Chennai||Rs. 77,568 - 86,767|
|Mumbai||Rs. 75,270 - 84,472|
|Pune||Rs. 76,070 - 85,272|
|Bangalore||Rs. 77,018 - 86,218|