Suzuki unveiled its Burgman Street EX 125cc scooter at The INTERMOT 2022, the leading international business and event-packed trade fair for the world of motorized two-wheelers. The Burgman Street EX 125 is identical to the Burgman Street sold in India. The Suzuki Bergman Street EX is the third scooter to be imported from India after the Access 125 which is called the Access 125 and Avenis in India.
The Burgman Street EX 125 is powered by Suzuki’s 8.48hp, 124cc air-cooled, single-cylinder engine. In comparison, the Bergman Street sold in India has the same engine and produces 8.7hp at 6750rpm in India. Apart from this, both the international scooter and the Indian scooter are quite similar in that both the scooters have the Suzuki Easy Start system and a glove box with USB charging port. Both the designs are also similar, the only difference that can be seen is the new grab rail on the International scooter comes with a luggage rack.
In India, the Bergman Street 125 is priced at Rs 95,000 ex-showroom. The Bluetooth variant comes at Rs 96,000 and is available in five colors – red, white, grey, white and black. The Suzuki Burgman Street 125 is powered by a 124cc BS6 engine that produces 8.58 bhp of power and 10 Nm of torque. With front disc and rear drum brakes, the Suzuki Bergman Street 125 comes with a combined braking system for both the wheels. This Bergman Street 125 scooter weighs 110 kg and has a fuel tank capacity of 5.5 liters. Burgman Street competes with Aprilia SXR 125, Honda Activa 125, and TVS Ntorq 125.
The Bergman Street features full LED lighting and a Bluetooth-enabled digital instrument cluster. It connects to the rider’s smartphone via the Suzuki Ride Connect application and provides access to turn-by-turn navigation, estimated time of arrival, incoming calls, WhatsApp and SMS, missed call alerts, caller ID, phone Message notifications including battery level. and speed warning. Owners can also find the last park location and share trip information using the app. Bergman also features a footrest on the footboard. It allows the rider to swing their feet out in front and relax like a cruiser motorcycle.