Updated Suzuki Swish 125 Launched In India At Rs 61,493 On-road Mumbai - Overdrive
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Updated Suzuki Swish 125 launched in India at Rs 61,493 on-road Mumbai

29 Jan 2015 / 0

Since its launch in 2012, the Suzuki Swish just about received a mild refresh last year. But the Japanese two-wheeler manufacturer have now given the scooter a much needed update.

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The updates include a new digital meter which now gets a service reminder indicator, a dual trip meter, oil changer indicator and a digital clock. Apart from the refreshed body graphics, the visual changes is the headlamp flanked by blue lens position lamps. Four colour options are now available – Metallic Sonic Silver, Pearl Mirage White, Candy Dark Cherry Red and Glass Sparkle Black. The mechanicals remain unchanged though – the same 8.5PS/9.8Nm 125cc engine comes mated with a CVT transmission.

Atul Gupta, executive vice president, Suzuki Motorcycle India Private Limited (SMIPL), said, “We believe that the Suzuki Swish, with its new features, is in tune with changing market demands. We expect the smart, youthful look to appeal to young urban riders. The new features will enhance ownership experience through easier user interface, better riding comfort and additional maintenance features, ensuring that the new Swish is a perfect ride for all age groups. We are confident that the new Suzuki Swish will be a scooter to reckon with, in the 125 cc segment.”

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SUZUKI TWO WHEELERS PRESENTS ITS HEAD TURNER – THE NEW SWISH 125

New Delhi, January 29, 2015: Suzuki Motorcycle India Private Limited (SMIPL), a subsidiary of one of the world’s leading two-wheeler manufacturers Suzuki Motor Corporation, Japan, is proud to present the all new Suzuki Swish 125 for its customers. Packed with new features to appeal to the urban youth, this power-packed product is bound become an instant runway hit for those who live life in the fast lane.

The all new Swish 125 is a loaded with smart features such as a New Digital Meter with Service Reminder, Dual Trip Meter and Digital Clock making life more convenient for riders. The new Swish also boasts of a Maintenance Free Battery, Tubeless Tyres, and Steel Fender which makes it very practical for every day commuting. The Swish 125 comes with a large under seat storage capacity of 20 litres and a fuel tank of 6 litres for everyday convenience. The ever reliable-powerful 125cc engine coupled with a CVT transmission & Telescopic Front Fork Suspension takes the rider around in a ‘Swish’ with comfort!

The new Stylish Blue Lens Position Lamps & Multi-reflector Lights ensure improved visibility and also increase the ‘cool quotient’ of the scooter, with the attractive, blue-tinted headlamps. The Swish 125 also boasts of new body graphics. The scooter is available in four attractive colors – Metallic Sonic Silver/Glass Sparkle Black (APT), Pearl Mirage White (YPA), Glass Sparkle Black (YYB), and Candy Dark Cherry Red/ Glass Sparkle Black (ACC). Riding the new Swish with its attractive color scheme and stylish new features will make one stand out in the city crowd.
Mr. Atul Gupta, Executive Vice President, Suzuki Motorcycle India Private Limited (SMIPL), said “We believe that the Suzuki Swish, with its new features, is in tune with changing market demands. We expect the smart, youthful look to appeal to young urban riders. The new features will enhance ownership experience through easier user interface, better riding comfort and additional maintenance features, ensuring that the new Swish is a perfect ride for all age groups. We are confident that the new Suzuki Swish will be a scooter to reckon with, in the 125 cc segment.”


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