Suzuki Burgman 125 Street Walkaround Video by MotoBlizzard

Suzuki Burgman 125 Street is the next big thing those scooter buyers of India have been waiting for a long time. Were you also stuck with an idea of buying Honda Grazia but could not help yourself after getting through some dose of Burgman spy shots? YouTube user MotoBlizzard can help you lock your decision in an even wise manner.

The channel posted a video that can officially be called the first walkaround video for this moto-scooter. Seen here is a pure white Burgman 125 Street with no accessory added to its body, looking mind boggling awesome from the front and top view.

The scooter may look out of balance with an excessively large front body panels and sharper rear end. A factor that makes Burgman 125 unusually magnificent is its independent handlebar design that feels free from the console and headlight duties.

Burgman 125 Street Walkaround Video

The fixed position of the instrument console may alter its readability up to some extent but, something unique sometimes brings unwanted issues with itself. MotoBlizzard can be seen sitting on the seat, deriving estimates of leg space during casual and attentive sitting position. The instrument console is comparable to other scooters, giving four standard values at one time.

The video shows how productive spaces are present at the most convenient places on Burgman 125 Street. The front features an LED headlight, telescopic forks and larger than life windscreen that sits over the instrument console. Suzuki uses a sporty exhaust design, aerodynamically efficient side design lines and LED tail light on their upcoming scooter.

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Suzuki Burgman Street is expected to use the same 125cc, single cylinder engine as the Access 125, producing 8.58 BHP and 10.2 Nm of torque. The long foot-board on this scooter helps the rider get a cruiser-inspired sitting position and more space for long rides.

Suzuki Burgman 125 Street Walkaround Video by MotoBlizzard
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