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Suzuki commences booking for Let’s scooter in India

24 Apr 2014 / 0

Suzuki unveiled the Let’s scooter in January this year and later displayed the 110cc scooter for the public at the Auto Expo in Delhi. The company has now started accepting bookings for the Let’s with Rs 1,000 as the booking amount. The price for the new scooter is expected to be around Rs 53,000 (on-road, Mumbai) with the launch and deliveries taking place in May.

Mr. Atul Gupta - Exec VP SMIL unveils 110cc scooter Let's with actress Parineeti Chopra

Suzuki Let’s unveiled by Parineeti Chopra

The Let’s is powered by a 112.8cc engine generating 8.7PS of max power and a max torque of 9Nm. Power is transmitted by means of a CVT transmission. The scooter claims a fuel efficiency figure of 63kmpl, which the company says is due to their new technology called Suzuki Eco Performance (SEP).

Suzuki Lets (1)

The Let’s is powered by a 112.8cc engine generating 8.8PS of max power and a max torque of 9Nm.

The scooter has telescopic coil springs at the front and swing arm type coil spring at the rear. The tyres are the tubeless type and stopping power is provided by 120mm drum brakes at both ends. The bike weighs just 98kgs which is perfect considering the feminine market this scooter is aimed at. The bike will be launched in five colour options blue, white, red, silver, and black.

The Let’s will be up against some stiff competition in this automatic scooter segment and will compete with the likes of Yamaha Ray, Hero Pleasure and Honda Activa-i.



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