Suzuki Motorcycle India has loaded its Swish 125, in competition to Mahindra Duro, Piaggio Vespa, Honda Activa and Dio, in an all new package which arrives at an estimated price of Rs 56,482. Packed with smart features to attract the youth, this product is expected to be an instant hit among the scooter-maniacs.
The new Swish doesn't seem to be so new as the scooter seems to be almost unchanged, except for the addition of a new blue-lens position lamps and multi-reflector lights, which are integrated into the headlamps console, to ensure improved visibility. Moreover, there has been a slight addition of functions in its digital instrument cluster, like the service reminder, dual trip meters and digital clock. Adding to its novel features is a new maintenance free battery for an easy and effortless self-start, additional central locking system with key shutter, 90/100 front and rear tubeless tyres, oil changing warning controls and a solid steel fender with an easy-repair quality.
As aptly stated by its tagline, to make its rider to "think in a swish", this scooter features a 124.5cc single cylinder OHC engine, which gives about 8.58 bhp at 7000 rpm and 9.8 Nm of torque at 5000 rpm. The engine is mated to a CVT gearbox which assures great efficiency and performance, along with telescopic front fork suspension. The scooter also provides a pair of 120 mm drum brakes, for both front and back tyres. However, it lacks a front disk brake. For storage options, the new Swish comes with 20 litres of underseat storage with a 6 litre fuel tank capacity. It offers a mileage of approximately 50 kmpl on highway and 40-42 kmpl on daily commute roads.
The new Swish is adorned with impressive body graphics that adds to the elegance and fresh look of this scooter. It is available in four enchanting colour variants- Metallic Sonic Silver / Glass Sparkle Black, Pearl Mirage White, Glass Sparkle Black and Candy Dark Cherry Red / Glass Sparkle Black. It is available along with a set of accessories such as rear view mirrors, floor mats and footrest.
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