Suzuki Motorcycle India Private Limited (SMIPL), a subsidiary of one of the world’s leading two-wheeler manufacturers, Suzuki Motor Corporation, Japan, has launched the stylish variant of their flagship scooter, the Access 125 Special Edition. The scooter has been crafted to make a unique, retro style statement with exclusive styling elements and will give riders a distinctive road presence.
Suzuki unveiled the Access 125 Special Edition at a fashion show, where models walked the ramp sporting Jack & Jones clothing, matching the trendy outlook of the Special Edition. Suzuki has formed a strategic business partnership with Jack & Jones, and the fashion show was a collaboration by both brands.
The Access 125 Special Edition is styled with a trendy, maroon coloured leatherette seat cover. It comes with a special edition logo, round shaped chrome mirrors and brown coloured floor board which give the scooter a retro look and make it stand out in a crowd. This retro style is guaranteed to appeal to trend conscious riders.
The Access 125 Special Edition is equipped with convenient everyday features such as an easy self-start, chrome styled headlamps, analog-digital display and a mobile charging socket as standard equipment. The scooter will also be available with an optional front disc brake. All these features make the Access 125 Special Edition pleasurable and easy to use as your daily vehicle!
The Access 125 Special Edition will be available exclusively in Pearl Mirage White colour and will cost Rs. 55,589 and 58,900 for the Drum Brake and Disc Brake respectively (Ex Showroom, Delhi).
According to Mr. Satoshi Uchida, Managing Director, SMIPL, “The Access 125 has been one of our most successful models. We have enhanced the fashion quotient and introduced the Access 125 Special Edition to diversify our presence in the segment and cater to the evolving needs of our customers. The Access 125 Special Edition is an indivisible combination of substance and style which gives it a retro feel and makes it stand out in the crowd.”