Suzuki Motorcycle India Private Limited (SMIPL), a subsidiary of Suzuki Motor Corporation (SMC), Japan, is targeting annual sales of 10 lakh two-wheelers in the country by 2020. Bullish on the two-wheeler market of India, Suzuki said the company would focus on the new launches in the premium scooter and bike segments in coming years.
"India is one of the most important markets for Suzuki's two-wheeler business. We are looking to sell one million units annually by 2020," the Press Trust of India quoted Suzuki Motorcycle India incumbent Managing Director Masayoshi as saying.
In the coming years, Suzuki will also have launches in the 125cc-scooter and 150cc-and-above bike segments in India to achieve the new target of 10 lakh by 2020. Suzuki hopes to sell 3.2 lakh units in India in the current fiscal as against 3.45 lakh units in the previous fiscal.
Suzuki launched Tuesday, March 16, the new Access 125 in the country with prices starting at Rs 53,887 (ex-showroom Delhi). Powered by the same 124cc four-stroke single-cylinder air-cooled engine, which can pump out a power of 8.58bhp at 7,000rpm and a peak torque of 10.2Nm at 5,000 rpm, the new Access 125 features 3D emblem logo and optional front disc brake.
It comes in five colour options — grey, black, red, white and vlue — and measures 1,870mm in length, 655mm in width, and 1,160mm in height. The Access 125 gets a wheelbase of 1,265mm and features SEP (Suzuki ECO Performance) and Suzuki Easy Start System.