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Suzuki Let’s launched in Chennai at Rs 46,925

06 May 2014 / 0

Suzuki  has launched its Let’s scooter in Chennai today with a price tag of  Rs 46,925 (ex-showroom). The Let’s is the company’s entry in the 110cc scooter segment.

Suzuki Lets

Power is obtained from a single cylinder, four stroke, air-cooled engine

Suzuki will be launching their 110cc contender across the country in a phased manner. Powering the Let’s is a single cylinder, four stroke, air-cooled engine displacing 112.8cc and generating 8.7PS of max power with a torque output of 9Nm. Power is delivered to the rear wheels via a CVT transmission. The scooter rides on 90/100-10 tubeless tyres at both the front and rear with the stopping power provided by 120mm drum brakes at both ends. Mileage is a claimed 63kmpl which Suzuki says has been achieved through its in-house developed Suzuki Eco performance (SEP) technology without sacrificing power. Suspension duties are handled by telescopic coil springs at the front and swing arm coil springs at the rear.

Suzuki Lets (1)

Mileage is a claimed 63kmpl

The scooter also gets many features such as a dual colour meter console, central locking with safety shutter, DC socket for charging mobile and other portable devices as well as a large convenient hook for securely carrying luggage on the footboard.

The Let’s is available in five colours: white, blue, black, red and silver. Suzuki’s contender in the 110cc segment will be up against stiff competition with the likes of Hero Pleasure, TVS Wego, Yamaha Ray and Honda Activa-i.



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