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April 1, 2016: Suzuki Motorcycles gave new color scheme and graphics to the Swish 125 in January of 2015. Along with it, the scooter got a whole new instrument panel housing analog speedometer, digital fuel gauge, dual trip meter, clock and an oil change indicator. It also features unique blue lens position lamps that look quite impressive in the dark. It is available in following colours - Metallic Sonic Silver/Glass Sparkle Black (APT), Pearl Mirage Whit Read more...
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I bought suzuki swish 125 on july 05 2015 just now and this scooter has excellent riding quality with no fatigue. Amazing pick up .just thrills you.....
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.....
Suzuki Swish 125 is the second offering by Suzuki Motorcycle India Private Limited (SMIPL), after Access 125. The company has enhanced the appearance of Swish with bold graphics and pleasing color range for targeting young population with a new fancy model. A few new elements are also introduced in the machine that make it more competitive. One of the changes from the previous model is a 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 lamp and multi-reflector lights that offer a better view at night. The seat on the scooter is longer and wider and is a comfortable seat for two people during the long rides. The under seat storage is 20 liters and can carry a full-size helmet. In terms of security, Swish gets central locking with shutter key.
Suzuki Swish 125 runs on the same 124cc, 4-stroke, single cylinder, OHC engine with CVT transmission, that was used in the previous model. The motor churns out a maximum power of 8.58 bhp at 7,000 rpm with a peak torque of 9.8 Nm at 5,000 rpm.
The 125cc scooter comes equipped with telescopic suspension at the front and swing arm type spring loaded hydraulic damper at the rear end. It runs on 90/100-10 tubeless tyres, which are supported by 120mm drum brakes for stopping power. The dimensions of Swish are 1,780mm x 650mm x 1,140mm (L x W x H) and has a wheelbase and minimum ground clearance of 1,250mm and 160mm respectively.
The new model of Swish 125 was launched with a lot of cosmetic changes. The sharp and edgy lines on the scooter bring out the overall character with a sophisticated V shape design at the front. The front of the machine is wonderfully designed and has eye-shaped turn indicators and headlamp unit housing a stout and efficient bulb for better visibility at night and foggy conditions. The rear view mirrors and rear aluminum grab rail look quite trendy and give the two-wheeler a ravishing look. As expected from Suzuki, the build quality of the scooter is up to the mark.
The 125cc scooter is 1,780mm long, 650mm wide, 1,140mm tall and has a wheelbase and minimum ground clearance of 1,250mm and 160mm respectively. Both the front and rear wheels come wrapped in 90/100-10 tubeless tyres.
Suzuki Motors have employed Swish 125 with an air-cooled, four-stroke engine which has the displacement of 124.6cc. The mono-cylinder engine generates a maximum power output of 8.58 bhp at 7,000 rpm along with a peak torque of 9.8 Nm at 6,500 rpm. The scooter returns a mileage of 40 kmpl in city riding and 50 kmpl on highways. The mileage offered by the scooter is impressive, keeping in mind its power of 125cc.
In terms of braking system, Suzuki has provided it 120 mm drum brakes at both the front and the rear wheel, that offer decent stopping power. The scooter is equipped with 90/100-10 tubeless tyres at both ends. It is a handy vehicle to maneuver through crowded areas and offers ample amount of power to ride fast on open roads. Its large wheelbase and long seat make it easy to seat two occupants comfortably. Swish has telescopic forks at the front and swing arm suspension at the rear to provide better riding.
Suzuki Swish has a number of wonderful safety features on offer. One of the key features is special shutter mechanism revolving around one control point, intended to reduce the chances of the vehicle getting stolen. The 120mm drum brakes also play a vital role of providing sudden stopping power.
Well thought out features for rider’s convenience
Braking system can be better
Mileage is ordinary
Cannot be classified as a value for money buy
April 1, 2016: Suzuki Motorcycles gave new color scheme and graphics to the Swish 125 in January of 2015. Along with it, the scooter got a whole new instrument panel housing analog speedometer, digital fuel gauge, dual trip meter, clock and an oil change indicator. It also features unique blue lens position lamps that look quite impressive in the dark. It is available in following colours - Metallic Sonic Silver/Glass Sparkle Black (APT), Pearl Mirage White (YPA), Glass Sparkle Black (YYB) and Candy Dark Cherry Red/ Glass. Apart from these cosmetic changes, the scooter remains the same. The Swish gives a tough competition to the other 125cc scooters in India like the Honda Activa 125 and the Mahindra Gusto 125.