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Old 4th December 2006, 15:14   #1
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Default New 125cc scooter from Suzuki...

Just came back from Suzuki showroom...

Suzuki is going to launch a new scooter by fehruary... The allowed me to take pics of it... But.. had only my phone can...

The scooter is displayed for publis response before launch... Their is also questionare they ask you to fill.. And you can give your feedbacks to the company...





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I bet it has the Heat's engine! Looks good.

bloody hell!!! disk brakes???
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yeah looks good for sure.
specs :
DIMENSION & DRY MASS:

Overall length..........................1772mm
Overall width............................ 682mm
overall height...........................1112mm
Wheel base..............................1255mm
Ground Clearance..................... 120mm
Dry mass................................... 111kg
Load weight (rider included)..... 130kg

ENGINE:
Type............................................Fo ur Stroke
Bore............................................52 .0 mm
Stroke.........................................58. 6 mm
Displacement..............................124 ml
Compression ratio.......................10.2:1
Carburetor...................................Anero id diaphragm - type
Air cleaner....................................Sponge & paper core
Starter......................................... electric/ kick


TRANSMISSION:

Clutch.......................................... Dry, automatic centrifugal type
Transmission...............................Automat ic, progessive type
Kind of drive................................ V-stype belt drive

MAIN PERFORMANCE:

Economic speed fuel consuption...........<2.3L /100km

Maximun speed....................................85km/h
Brake distance.....................................6m(V= 30 km / h


CHASSIS:
Turning Radius...................................... 2.0 m
Front tyre size.......................................3.50-10(no inner tube)
Rear.............................................. .........3.50-10 (no onner tube)

ELECTRIC SYSTEM

Ignition type.....................................DC -CDI
Spark plug........................................NGK CR6E
Storage Battery...............................12 V

Capacity........................................7. 8l

Engine oil: replacement................700ml
Gear oil.........................................80 ml

Grade of Oil:..................................API SG SAE 10W 40

Gear Box oil...................................SAE 80W 90

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I bet it has the Heat's engine! Looks good.

bloody hell!!! disk brakes???
no, both the engine r diff
the heat/zeus' engine has a bore n stroke of 53.5 n 55.2 respectively where as this scooter (sold as the an125 abroad) has a bore n stroke of 52 and 58.6mm respectively
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So finally we have one more choice coming up in the scooter segment.. But i thought wider / bigger tyres were better . These tyres look skinny.

But pricing will be an important factor to consider. If this is spot on, the the TVS/ BAJAJ/HONDA TRIO have a serious competitor

The more the merrier
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and bhp would be?

and that carb....
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Compression ratio of 10.2???
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The sheet they asked to fill... Had the question.. what price would you look to pay??? on road...

There was 30k, 40k, 50k... and one 46k... If they price it for 43k, the on- road would be 46k, right??? Not bad considering activa costs 39k on road
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very happy to hear that suzukiz launchin itz 3rd vehicle.it looks good i like those disc break.i own zeus itz a good bike it has got good pickup(good enough to cruse) and gives 60 -70 kmpl
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Good strategy by Suzuki. Bike market is hard to crack with established players like Bajaj, HH and TVS. Not many good options for scooters.

Comp does seem little high. Maybe its European spec and will be lowered for India....and thats why they havent mentioned bhp. Same for F disc..will either be an option or disappear completely.
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reminds me of yo byke . but i really think that the scooter is really small in size will be good for kids and ladies
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Looks like scooter segment is heating up, even Bajaj is thinking of entering it once again
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SUZUKI coming out with a scooter .. thats good. looks like quiet a lotta of scooters are entering in the market.
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Saw this one yesterday, at ARAI. It was being loaded into an enclosed Mahindra pickup. Couldnt get pics as there were a few officials standing by.
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Disc brakes? It has to be 1st of its kind na??
Bajaj and Honda will too launch discs now...

Also..Is the Fit and Finish nice??
From the pics its looking too plastic..Like those China toys!!

And what is that big stand for Helmet??
Hope this one has place for a Full face helmet inside the seat like the Krystal!!
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