Suzuki reveals third new 125 scooter commuter

Cutting the cost of commuting, and enjoying the freedom of two wheels, is as easy as one-two-three with Suzuki revealing a third new learner-friendly scooter.

The new 125cc Address and Avenis are due to arrive in showrooms in early January. Suzuki has now revealed that the Address, in blue, red and white, will be priced £2,499 and the Avenis, in green and white, £2,699.

They will be joined by a new Burgman Street 125EX in spring but there has not yet been any hint of pricing.

All three are engineered to provide comfort, practicality and strong urban performance, economy and efficiency.

They share the proven Suzuki Eco Performance (SEP) air-cooled, single-cylinder engine but the Burgman uses the latest alpha version.

The Avenis and Address produce 8.7PS at 6,750rpm, the Burgman 8.6PS at 6,500rpm. Maximum torque is 10Nm at 5,500rpm. All three models are capable of 148.67mpg.

The curvy Address 125 boasts classic city style, the sharper-looking Avenis sporty city fun, while the newly-revealed Burgman is the smart city commuter, tailored to excel and bring a new level of elegant style and performance.

The Burgman features a long, well-padded seat and large floorboards so riders can move their feet and even extend their legs for comfortable cruising.

A clean LCD dash displays information while 21.5 litres of underseat storage, two helmet hooks, two carrying hooks and two front compartments, one with a USB charging port, make it extremely practical.

The front suspension is firmer and the chassis has been tuned for stability, agile handling and comfort. A combined brake system modulates braking force between front and rear wheels when using the left brake lever.

It also gets LED lighting and fuel-saving stop-start technology.

Dave Willis said: “These three new scooters will be big sellers for commuters.

“We are seeing more interest in smaller-capacity motorbikes which are ideal for commuting.”

All three scooters can be reserved with a £99 refundable deposit.

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