Suzuki is keen to ride the rising wave of maxi-scooters in the country with the launch of their contender, the Burgman Street.
The newest and smallest member of the Burgman maxi-scooter family, the Burgman street, is designed with sophistication, comfort, and practicality in mind.
Being a maxi-scooter, the Burgman Street comes with more sophisticated features like an all-LED headlight, position lamps, and tail lamp behind.
It comes with a body-mounted windscreen inspired by European Maxi scooters, paired with an elevated seater for a better view of the road. It also comes with a fully-flat floorboard to make rides more comfortable whether riders are on sneakers or heels. Riders can also opt to rest their feet higher up, touring-style.
Like the larger Burgman, it also comes with an upward-angled muffler for sporty and premium look. Chrome accents are also fitted in the body panels.
For space, the Burgman Street features a 21-liter underseat compartment for storing personal belongings.
Over in the front shield, there’s a 2-liter glove box with lid on the left side and an open compartment on the right. It comes with a standard DC power outlet and can be fitted with an USB charger. For added utility, there are dual utility hooks; one on the front shield, and a foldable hook under the seat for added convenience.
Starting your journey is easy with the integrated engine start and kill switch. It also comes with one-push central locking.
Easily its most unique trait is the use of an all aluminum 4-stroke, fuel-injected, single cylinder, 125cc engine. This new-generation Suzuki Eco Performance (SEP) engine is designed to be powerful yet still fuel-efficient, capable of achieving 53.50km/L (based on the World Motorcycle Test Cycle). The Burgman street produces 8.7 PS at 6,750 rpm, while max torque is at 10 Nm at 5,500 rpm.
Bringing it to a stop is a combined brake system with controls both front and rear brakes with just one level for better performance and control.
All the important info can be seen in its fully-digital instrument panel. It integrates a digital clock, fuel gauge, as well as oil change indicator. There’s also a dual trip meter built-in.
The Burgman Street comes in Metallic Matte Fibroin Gray and Glass Sparkle Black. It’s priced at PhP 76,900 and will be available in showrooms this November.