Suzuki Burgman Street EX launched at Rs 1.12 lakh

    The new Burgman Street variant is equipped with a larger 12-inch rear wheel.

    Published On Dec 07, 2022 12:24:00 PM


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    After releasing a teaser on its social media, Suzuki has launched the new Burgman Street EX at Rs 1,12,300 (ex-showroom, Delhi). This new variant joins the standard version and the Ride Connect version in the Burgman Street line-up.

    Suzuki Burgman Street EX: what’s new?

    Compared to the existing Burgman Street variants, the EX gets a larger 12-inch rear wheel (in place of a 10-incher) with a wider 100/80-12 tyre, a silent starter system and an auto start/stop function. Suzuki has also equipped it with its new Suzuki Eco Performance Alpha (SEP-α), tech that's said to be an advanced version of Suzuki’s fuel-saving Eco Performance Technology.

    There are also some minor differences in the dimensions and weight. The EX weighs 1kg more (at 111kg) and has a 25mm longer wheelbase but is 5mm narrower than the standard Burgman. 

    The EX is continued to be powered by the same 124cc, 2-valve, single-cylinder engine that does duty in the rest of the Burgman Street range. However, the EX puts out 0.1hp less (8.6hp) at a slightly lower rpm while the torque is the same at 10Nm. 

    In terms of features, the Burgman Street EX gets an LED headlight, a Bluetooth-enabled LCD and a USB charging socket. The new Burgman Street EX can be had in three colours – Platinum Silver, Bronze and Black.  

    Suzuki Burgman Street EX: pricing and rivals

    In terms of pricing, the new Burgman Street EX costs Rs 22,400 more than the standard Burgman and Rs 19,000 more than the Ride Connect version. As for rivals, the Burgman Street directly competes with the only other maxi-style scooter, the Aprilia SXR 125.

    Would you go for the new Burgman Street EX over other 125cc scooters? Let us know in the comments.


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    dharmendra rawat - 383 days ago

    Burgmen ex price is much higher than expected.

    srinivas cv - 446 days ago

    The price is very high , the design is worst. We expect new design.

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