The Suzuki Burgman Street unquestionably catches the eye and knocks some people’s socks off in the city. All things considered, there’s nothing very like it accessible in the market at this moment, and that is its greatest USP. It looks huge, and its sensibly enormous extents make it engaging. The enormous front cover with the little flyscreen gives the face an instructing nearness, and only a look at the Burgman Street is sufficient to make it stick out, regardless of whether stopped or out in the city. The Suzuki Burgman Street accompanies plenty of highlights, for example, coordinated LED headlamps, a genuinely huge windscreen and the Suzuki Gixxer’s computerized instrument bunch. The bike likewise gets a 12V charging attachment, stockpiling containers behind the front cover, tubeless tires and multi-work keyspace.
Suzuki Burgman Street Price In Nepal- Rs. 2,29,900
#Full Specifications Of Suzuki Burgman Street In Nepal
|Engine Displacement||124 cc|
|Engine Type||4-Stroke, 1 Cylinder, Air Cooled|
|Max Power||8.7 ps @7000 rpm|
|Max Torque||10.2N – m @ 5000 rpm|
|Braking System||Front Disc and Rear Drum|
|Start||Kick and Electric|
|Fuel Tank Capacity||5 Liters|
Outfitted with 12-inch front and 10-inch back composite wheels, the Suzuki Burgman Street gloats of ground freedom of 160mm. The 780mm seat tallness should make it open for most riders. The fuel tank limit is appraised at 5.6 liters. Tipping the scale at 110kg, Burgman Street doesn’t look as overwhelming as it looks. The Suzuki Burgman Street contends with the Honda Grazia, the TVS NTorq, Vespa LX 125 and the Aprilia SR 125. This 124.3cc, single-chamber, air-cooled motor produces 8.7PS of intensity and 10.2Nm of torque. Suspension obligations are taken care of by adjustable forks at the front and a side-mounted single stun at the back. Braking is taken care of by a circle brake at the front and a drum brakes at the back, with CBS (a combi-slowing mechanism) offered as standard.