Suzuki Swish 125 Now Available In Showrooms

The latest product from the house of Suzuki Motorcycle India Pvt Ltd (SMIPL), the Suzuki Swish 125 has finally hit the showrooms. It is certainly great news for the fans and admirers of the Suzuki brand. The company has not come up with any specific showroom to launch the bike. But in fact, they have started making the deliveries to their dealers all over the county.

The Swish 125 is the second scooter from Suzuki. They had first launched the Access 125 and it received a very warm response from the Indian customers. However, the Swish 125 is aimed at getting more urban youngsters and adult customers as well.

There are a lot of technical similarities between the Access 125 and the Swish 125. In fact, the similarities are due to the fact that a lot of them have been drawn from the Access 125 itself. The engine of the Swish 125 is 124cc four stroke engine – much like the Access 125.

The Swish comes with air cooled OHC engine. The vehicle can generate a high torque of 9.8 Nm and can reach a top power of 8.5 Bhp.  The only difference is that the new bike is more spacious as against the Access 125. Apart from this, the Swish 125 looks more stylish than the Access 125. So, the female class will certainly love this new product from Suzuki.

The Swish is aerodynamically designed, so lesser air resistance means smooth ride. It also means that the fuel consumption of the Swish will also help automatically. These are good signs for the customers who are eyeing a scooter that is trendy as well as gives good millage.

The under seat storage space is enough to carry your essentials. Aluminum grab rail, silencer cover are some of the features that are new to the Swish as against the Access 125. This scooter was showcased in the recently concluded Auto Expo in New Delhi.

According to the company reports, the vehicle will be on hand for the customers from the next month. The vehicle is likely to cost about Rs. 45,431 in the Delhi showrooms. The price is likely to increase by around a couple of thousand rupees in the state of Gujarat.

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