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Suzuki Access 125 and Burgman Street with Bluetooth connectivity

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  • Suzuki Access 125 and Burgman Street with Bluetooth connectivity

    Suzuki Motorcycle India has launched the new Access 125 and the new Burgman Street, both with Bluetooth-enabled digital console. The technology that lets you sync your mobile phone seamlessly with your vehicle’s console has been developed to provide features such as turn-by-turn navigation, call & SMS alert display, WhatsApp alert, estimated time of arrival alerts, missed call alert and caller id, over-speed warning and phone battery level display.

    Commenting on the launch Mr Koichiro Hirao, Managing Director, Suzuki Motorcycle India said, “We are pleased to introduce the all-new Access 125 and Burgman Street with Bluetooth-enabled digital console capable of getting paired with your mobile phones. The technology has been developed keeping the requirements of today’s young customer in mind, who always wants to stay connected but doesn’t want to compromise on his/ her safety by using a phone while riding a two-wheeler.”

    “We at Suzuki Motorcycle India are committed to introducing innovative next-generation technology to add value to the overall riding experience of the customer. Suzuki Access 125 and Burgman Street have been among the top-selling scooters in their respective segments, known for their performance and features. We are confident that the new models with Bluetooth enabled digital console will increase customers’ trust in the brand, as a result of getting additional useful and attractive functions.”

    The new Access 125 and Burgman Street will get new colours options apart from the existing ones to make it stand apart.

    It’s simple to connect your mobile phone to these Bluetooth-enabled digital console models:

    1) Download ‘Suzuki Ride Connect’ application from the Google play store of any Android phone.

    2) After installing the application, the user will be able to pair his Access 125 or Burgman Street with his phone, to use navigation assistance and features such as last parked location and trip report.

    In addition to all these exciting features, Suzuki Access 125 will now get LED position lights as an added feature across all variants.

    The new Suzuki Access is priced at INR 77,700/- for the drum brake variant and INR 78,600/- for the disc brake variant. The colours available are Metallic Royal Bronze (New Color), Matte Blue (New Color), Metallic Matte Black No.2, Pearl Mirage White.

    The new Burgman Street is priced at INR 84,600/- and the colours available are Matte Blue (New Color), Metallic Matte Fibroin Gray, Pearl Mirage White, Metallic Matte Black No. 2, and Metallic Matte Bordeaux Red.
    -All Prices Ex-Showroom, Delhi.

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    Re: Suzuki Access 125 and Burgman Street with Bluetooth connectivity


    Does anyone have an actual walkaround video or images for the new consoles on the Burgman and Access? All the material on the interwebs just shows the launch videos and images.

    Secondly, at the expense of being slightly off topic, any news on a Burgman Street 150?

    Thirdly, like manufacturers give a Disc/Drum and/or Steel Wheel/Alloy Wheel variants can they not give a regular tyre/wider tyre variant?? There are many of us who can compromise a little bit of mileage and sluggishness for the stability and the visual appeal of a thicker rear tyre!! Something like a 120 section rear tyre should look much better. The Burgman looks opulent and stunning only to be let down by those puny 10 inch/100 section rear tyres. 12 inch/120 section tyres on a Burgman would make it look awesome!!!

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