2016 Suzuki Access vs Mahindra Gusto 125 vs Honda Activa 125 – Comparo

Posted on: Mar 18, 2016 - 6:46pm IST

New Access if the most powerful scooter in the comparison.

Here is a brief technical specifications comparison of the new Suzuki Access, Mahindra Gusto 125 and Honda Activa 125.

New Suzuki Access 125 vs Mahindra Gusto 125 vs Honda Activa 125 Comparo

The 2016 Suzuki Access is based on a new chassis that has made it bigger than the first generation model. The Access is the longest and narrowest scooter in this comparison and has an average height, wheelbase, ground clearance, seat height and fuel tank size. Its dimensions are 1,870 mm in length, 655 mm in width, 1,160 mm in height, 1,265 mm in wheelbase, 160 mm in ground clearance, 780 mm in seat height and 5.6 litres of fuel tank capacity. At 102 kg, the Access is likely the lightest vehicle in its class.

The Mahindra Gusto 125 is the widest and tallest 125 scooter and it has the longest wheelbase. It has the highest ground clearance and it comes with first of its kind height-adjustable seat. It also has the largest fuel tank that can store six litres. The Gusto 125 is the only scooter that comes with a 12-inch rear wheel.

New Suzuki Access 125 headlamp at Auto Expo 2016
The new Access is the lightest scooter in the segment given its kerb weight of 102 kg.

All the scooters here have engine displacements of around 124 cc which produce more or less the same power and torque. The Access 125 is the most powerful, though by a margin, with 8.7 PS at 7,000 rpm and 10.2 Nm at 5,000 rpm.

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The new Suzuki Access is priced between the Mahindra Gusto 125 and the Honda Activa 125 at INR 57,947 (ex-showroom, Delhi).

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