Are you the kinda person who is fed up with Road-drive? Here are more chances to come the next scooter from Suzuki – The Skydrive 125 to India. The name sounds very sexy and to a certain extent, the scooter too.
Suzuki Access set a benchmark for the scooters in the Indian market with its frugal and powerful 125cc engine. There is a considerable shift in people moving from using bikes from commuting to these scooters. The comfort you get from these scooters and the freedom from gears are the main reason for this considerable shift.
Now let’s get to know more about the Suzuki Skydrive 125.
• Super CVT 125cc Engine
• Mag Wheels
• Convenient Flat Floor Board
• Multi Reflector Headlamp
• Die-Cast Rear Footrest
Acceleration is brisk, the development of the Suzuki Skydrive 125’s body Suzuki designers looked clearly for ways to make the Skydrive more aerodynamic.
The rear suspension is a treat to ride, it provides a really accurate and sure-footed ride at all times, making the Suzuki Skydrive 125 great fun around twisty roads.
With such a good job having been made in all areas of the scooter, it is hard to single out one particular, outstanding feature, that is, until it is time to stop. One of the real stars of the show are the Skydrive’s brakes, the brakes on the Suzuki Skydrive 125 are superb.
The Suzuki Skydrive with its advance electronic fuel injection certainly marks a quantum leap for Suzuki, the art engine technology as DCP-FI (Discharge Pump Fuel Injection) and ultra modern ECM (Engine Control Module) makes the Suzuki Skydrive 125 the CVT leader in performance and fuel economics.
Suzuki SkyDrive 125 Specifications
Engine Type : 4-stroke, 1cylinder, Air-cooled, SOHC DCP-FI
Transmission : Automatic
No of Cylinders : 1
Front Brakes : Hydraulic Disc
Rear Brakes : Drum
Weight : 106kg
Carburettor : MIKUNI BS26
Displacement : 124.0 cc
Bore X Stroke : 53.5mm x 55.2mm
Compression Ratio : 9.6:1
Fuel Tank Capacity : 4 litres
Starter : Electric / Kick
Transmission Type : Automatic / V Belt
Dimensions (LxWxH) : 1,885mm x 655mm x 1,040mm
Tyre Size Front : 70/90-14M/C 34p
Tyre Size Rear : 80/90-14M/C 40p
Wheel : Alloy with 14 inches rims
Fuel Capacity : 4 litres
To get to know more about its performance, we’ll be left with no other option but to test drive one after it is launched. But all that we know as of now is that Skydrive 125 is capable of touching 60kmph from a stagnant 0 in somewhere around 9 seconds.
We expect this scooter to provide decent fuel efficiency in the range of 45-50 kmpl and the scooter to be priced around INR 45000 (Ex Showroom Price). This scooter in available in 4 colours namely Black, Silver, Red and White in other countries and we are pretty sure that we’ll get all these colours out here as well.
Author – BikeAdvice.in