The Suzuki Burgman Street has just been launched. This is a 125cc scooter which shares its engine and chassis with the Suzuki Access 125. We pit it against the Honda Grazia which is also a 125cc scooter. The Suzuki Burgman Street will compete with the Honda Grazia, which has been steadily growing in sales. So which one do you think is better? We compare the two scooters to bring you their details in the Suzuki Burgman Street vs Honda Grazia Comparison. Keep reading further.

Suzuki Burgman Street vs Honda Grazia Price

ModelPrice (ex-showroom)
Suzuki Burgman Street ₹68,000
Honda Grazia Std (Alloy)₹61,000
Honda Grazia Dlx₹64,000

The Suzuki Burgman Street costs a little more than the Honda Grazia. It also is a little more stylish. It also has a higher torque rating than the Grazia.

Suzuki Burgman Street vs Honda Grazia Design

Suzuki Burgman India 125 2

The Suzuki Burgman India resembles a maxi-scooter and has a longish appearance. It will be approximately the same size as the Access 125. The front portion is attractive and it features a windscreen on top. It has a twin headlamp setup, on the front apron. There are telescopic front forks and it also gets larger 12-inch wheels. The tail is longish and gets a stylish taillamp. There is a lot of under seat space as well. The under seat storage is quite huge so it is good for utility and for carrying a lot of stuff.

Honda Grazia front stance

The design of the Honda Grazia is fresh and looks premium too. The headlamp is mounted much lower and it has LED headlamp too. It gets sharp styling. There are 12-inch tyres and alloys too. The side looks stylish and the paint quality is one of the strong points of this scooter. The tail lamp also looks different and has a lot of cool elements on it. Under seat storage is good enough and the seat is long as well.

Suzuki Burgman Street vs Honda Grazia Specifications

The Suzuki Burgman Street is powered by a 125cc engine. This is a single-cylinder, air-cooled engine which develops 8.5bhp of power and around 10.2 Nm of torque. This engine is shared with the Access 125. The Honda Grazia comes with a 124cc engine that churns about 8.5bhp of power and close to 9Nm of torque. It share its engine with the Honda Activa 125.

Suzuki Burgman Street vs Honda Grazia Features

The Suzuki Burgman Street gets a LED headlamp and position lights. It also gets a windscreen which adds to the appeal. There is a fully digital instrument cluster as well. The mirrors are chrome ones and the taillamp is also an LED one.

The Grazia gets some extra features. There is LED headlamp, first on a scooter in this segment. Then mobile charging is offered with a unique spot for mobile placement and convenient charging option. There are three modes on display. Each showing the mode that is active depending on the acceleration. The combi-brake system has seen more improvement and it brakes even more efficiently.

In terms of features, both are pretty evenly matched. Both are modern and trendy scooters   who are more luxurious than sporty. The Burgman has a little more panache to it with the windshield handlebar. It also looks quite unique.

Suzuki Burgman Street vs Honda Grazia Mileage

The Honda Grazia returns about 45km/l in the city and close to 48km/l on the highway. The Suzuki Burgman Street is also expect to return a similar mileage. Both these scooters are fuel efficiency and on this count they match up to each other. 

Suzuki Burgman Street vs Honda Grazia Suspension and Brakes

The suspension on the Grazia is telescopic at the front and the rear gets spring-loaded hydraulic type. The front tyre is 12-inch one while the rear has a 10-inch tyre. The front disc brake is 130mm, and the rear drum brake is also 130mm.

The Suzuki Burgman Street also gets a front telescopic suspension and the rear is a hydraulic one. This also gets a front 12-inch and rear 10-inch tyre. A front disc brake is standard on the Burgman Street and the rear gets a drum brake. Both these scooters come with combo brake system .


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