Suzuki Motorcycles are a popular choice among the commuters and the joyriders. Moreover, the engines are super refined and extremely reliable, along with performance to match. But that’s the story of Suzuki Motorcycles. So, what the story behind Suzuki Scooters? Well, that’s what we’re going to find out in this list of Suzuki scooters price in Nepal!
Currently, compared to other brands, Suzuki scooters are limited in number. Maybe it’s more of a quality over quantity. Nevertheless, the addition of Suzuki Burgman Street that brings the total count to three Suzuki Scooters in Nepal. Here’s the complete list of Suzuki Scooters price in Nepal along with its key specifications
|Suzuki Scooters in Nepal||Price|
|Suzuki Lets (Dual Tone)||Rs. 195900|
|Suzuki Access 125 (Disc)||Rs. 225900|
|Suzuki Burgman Street 125||Rs. 237900|
Suzuki Scooters Price in Nepal
Suzuki Lets (Dual Tone)
Let’s kick off the list with Suzuki Lets. Before we even begin, let’s address the name “Suzuki Lets”. I don’t know what Suzuki’s intent was there, but the name seems outplaced and weird. Maybe Suzuki was going for a unique name like Gixxer or Intruder, but in this case, the naming is down-right fails to put its mark. Hell, even consider a real-world conversation, “Nice Scooter. What’s that called?” “Lets. Suzuki Lets”
Besides the weird name, everything else checks out. You get a stylish little scooter. Moreover, you can get your own Suzuki Lets in all these funky and attractive colors. Honestly, you can even consider its Dual-Tone color finish as the main selling point. Because it simply looks that good! Although, you might even mistake Suzuki Lets for a Hero Pleasure. Not that both share a lot of similarities, but the basic design resemble one another. Unlike other scooters, this one is mostly lightweight and easy to handle, dedicated to commuting for women.
Despite being a great scooter, you don’t see a Suzuki Lets on the streets of Nepal. With no faults of its own, Suzuki Lets falls under the “Unknown Scooter” category. Most of the people haven’t heard about it let alone seen it. Why is it so? Well, when you hear 110cc Scooter, Honda Dio might be the first thing to pop into your mind. Yes, dominated by the likes of TVS, Honda, and Yamaha Scooters, nobody tries to second guess the popular opinion. In the case of Suzuki Lets, they are kind of right.
Suzuki Lets Key Specifications
- Engine Displacement: 112cc
- Mileage: 60kmpl
- Max Power: 8.5BHP @ 7500rpm
- Max Torque: 9Nm @ 6500rpm
- Fuel tank: 5.2L
- Braking: Drum (Both)
- Kerb weight(kg): 98kg
Suzuki Lets Price in Nepal: Rs. 1,95,900
|Excellent dual-tone design and styling||Relatively unknown scooter|
|Affordable 110cc scooter||Looks generic with barebone features|
Suzuki Access 125 (Disc)
In the world of scooters, Suzuki Access 125 is the flagship commuter model. Suzuki Access 125 is something only other scooters can dream to be. Maybe the 110cc segment is dominated by the likes of Honda and Yamaha, but Suzuki owns the 125cc category. Even in the 125cc category, there is a decent competition from Aprilia SR 125, Honda Activa 125, and TVS NTorq. Moreover, Suzuki Access 125 is able to stand against the tides and constantly evolve. That’s what Suzuki does best. It continues to offers style, comfort, and performance which is unparallel to the rest.
Suzuki Access 125 isn’t like your standard scooter. You get a classy, stylish, yet powerful scooter with a hint with a retro design. Especially, with curvy body panels and chrome touches that make it feel a little more premium. Moreover, the level of awesomeness doesn’t end there. Suzuki Access 125 engine has been refined, giving it a peppier and smoother feel. Despite getting a tough competition against the likes of Honda Activa, Suzuki Access 125 is definitely worth a look.
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So, should you strongly consider buying the Suzuki Access 125? Of course! You get everything you ever want from a scooter. It’s stylish, good-looking, and powerful. It pretty much checks every box, you might need from a daily commuter. Although, the reports vary on its mileage, but doesn’t all that depends on your riding style?
Suzuki Access 125 Key Specifications
- Engine Displacement: 124cc
- Mileage: 50kmpl+
- Max Power: 8.4bhp @ 7,000rpm
- Max Torque: 10.2Nm @ 5,000rpm
- Fuel tank: 5.6L
- Braking: Disc
- Kerb weight(kg): 102kg
Suzuki Access Price in Nepal (Disc): Rs. 2,25,900
|Smoother and more refined engine||Could've offered more for the price|
|More practical than other 125cc Scooter|
Suzuki Burgman Street 125
What if? Wait for it. What if Suzuki Access 125 was a maxi-scooter? That’s when you get Suzuki Burgman Street 125. Looking at the specs sheet, you’ll probably be very pessimistic about this entire thing. You get the same engine as the Suzuki Access. Not different, same. So, what’s making you choose Burgman over Access? Design. Honestly, most scooters share a similar design. You can’t really differentiate one from the other. At this point, it is the aesthetics, design, and the larger frame is a nice change of pace.
Rest assured, it’s a unique scooter. Although I would have preferred to see a much stronger engine, that might just be me. As for Burgman Street 125, it is built for the long, tedious journey while being comfortable and fun to ride.
SEE ALSO: Hero Scooters Price in Nepal
How this will play out with the Nepali consumers? Well, that is still early to tell. Especially going against competition like TVS, Honda, Vespa and Suzuki’s very own Access 125 that each offer something unique. But in the case of Burgman Street 125, it offers excellent build over the rest.
Suzuki Burgman Street Key 125 Specifications
- Engine Displacement: 124 cc
- Maximum Power: 8.7PS @ 7000rpm
- Maximum Torque: 10.2Nm @ 5000rpm
- Mileage: 45kmpl+
- Brake: Front Disc, Rear Drum
- Fuel Tank: 6 liters
- Kerb Weight: 108Kg
Suzuki Burgman Price in Nepal: Rs. 2,37,900
|Smoother and more refined engine||Same engine as access 125!|
|Perfect for long rides||Slightly more expensive|
Which Suzuki Scooter Should I Buy?
So, you have decided to go for a Suzuki Scooter. Great Choice! But which one should you really buy? Well, unlike the other brands, the list of Suzuki Scooters are limited. You could literally count them in your hand; three. Rather than taking my advice, you could go for a test ride, see how each scooter feels, and make your choice. Given the limited line up of scooters, you shouldn’t have all that much of difficulties.
But if you really want my opinion, I’d say, go for Suzuki Access 125. It’s the far more popular Suzuki scooter among the rest. Moreover, both Suzuki Lets and Suzuki Burgman Street offer great design, but Access 125 comes with a great engine. That means a more refined and smooth engine.
“But isn’t Suzuki Burgman Street come with the same engine?”
Yes. But you have to pay more for that. Honestly, if you just want the performance, Access 125 will give you a great level of satisfaction. But you really want a “head-turning” scooter, Burgman Street is a strong contender. In my personal opinion, Suzuki Access 125 is a great scooter that offers everything you might ever need from a daily commuter. That’s just my opinion, but hey… yours might differ from mine.
So, what did you think about the Suzuki Scooters price in Nepal? Which scooter are you interested to buy? Does it offer everything you are looking for? Share your thoughts in the comments down below!
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