After unveiling Suzuki Let's in India, the company now has upgraded its Swish 125 scooter in the country.
The latest cosmetic upgrade to Swish 125 came right after the launch of its rival Honda Activa 125 in the country. The upgrades include revamped instrument cluster and new body graphics. Under the hood, Swish 125 still draws its power from 24cc, four-stroke, single cylinder engine which is capable of generating peak power of 8.5 bhp and max torque of 9.8 Nm and the braking is handled by 120mm drum brakes at both the front and rear wheels.
The scooter features telescopic front forks and a single rear shock absorber. However, the company has not yet introduced disc brake for its scooter like in Honda Activa. Activa 125 packs a 125cc, single cylinder, four-stroke engine, which can churn out a power of 8.6bhp at 6500 rpm and a peak torque of 10.12 Nm at 5500 rpm and comes mated to a V-Matic CVT transmission. It promises a fuel efficiency of 60-65 kmpl and accommodates telescopic fork suspension at the front, hydraulic type at the rear and optional disc brake.
The updated Swish is priced at ₹52,671 (on-road, Delhi), which is cheaper than the Hond Activa 125. Activa 125 Standard carries a price tag of ₹56, 607 (ex-showroom, Mumbai) and the Deluxe Variant is priced at ₹62, 588 (ex-showroom, Mumbai).
The Swish 125 is available in five new colours - Glass Sparkle Black, Candy Antares Red, Metallic Sonic Silver, Pearl Glacier White and Metallic Triton Blue and comes with under seat storage capacity of 20 litres and a fuel tank of 6 litres.
Recently, Suzuki introduced its 110cc segment scooter Let's in India with a price tag of ₹46,925 (ex-showroom Chennai). Let's is powered by 112.8cc engine which can churn out 8.7 Bhp of peak power and 9 Nm of peak torque. The scooter takes on the likes Activa 110cc in the country.