Suzuki Burgman Street vs. Honda Grazia vs. TVS Ntorq 125 - Spec comparison
Ajinkya Lad, A motorcyclist at heart, I love going on long rides; especially the Himalayas.
Suzuki Motorcycle India will launch the upcoming Burgman Street in India on 19 July. The maxi-scooter debuted in the domestic market at the 2018 Auto Expo. Let’s see how the Suzuki Burgman Street stacks up against its chief rivals – the TVS Ntorq 125 and Honda Grazia.
The Suzuki Burgman Street is the only maxi-scooter in this comparison, while the Honda Grazia and TVS Ntorq 125 are sporty scooters aimed at performance. All three models differ in the aspect of features. Both the Burgman Street and Grazia features LED headlamps while the Ntorq 125 gets halogen headlights with LED daytime running lights.
The TVS Ntorq 125 is the most powerful of the lot with 9.40 PS of power, while the Suzuki Burgman Street and Honda Grazia generate 8.70 PS and 8.63 PS respectively. However, the torque figures are in the same ballpark of around 10.5 Nm. That said, the Ntorq 125 is also the heaviest of the lot at 116.1 kg, while the Burgman and Grazia tip the scales at 110 kg and 107 kg, respectively.
|Specifications||Suzuki Burgman Street||TVS Ntorq 125||Honda Grazia|
|Engine||124.3 cc single cylinder SOHC engine||124.79 cc, 3-valve CVTi-Revv OHC engine||124.9cc single cylinder HET engine|
|Maximum Power||8.7 PS at 7,000 rpm||9.4 PS at 7,500 rpm||8.63 PS at 6,500 rpm|
|Peak Torque||10.2 Nm at 5,000 rpm||10.5 Nm at 5,500 rpm||10.54 Nm at 5,000 rpm|
|Front Suspension||Telescopic fork||Telescopic fork||Telescopic fork|
|Rear Suspension||Mono-shock||Gas-filled single shock absorber||Single hydraulic shock absorber|
|Front Brake||Disc brake with CBS||220 mm petal disc with CBS||190 mm disc with CBS|
|Rear Brake||Drum brake with CBS||130 mm drum with CBS||130 mm drum with CBS|
|Front Wheel||Tubeless 90/90 R12||Tubeless 100/80 R12||Tubeless 90/90 R12|
|Rear Wheel||Tubeless 90/100 R10||Tubeless 110/80 R12||Tubeless 90/100 R10|
|Kerb Weight||110 kg||116.1 kg||107 kg (Dlx variant)|
|Fuel tank capacity||5.6 litres||5 litres||5.3 litres|
|Under-seat Storage Capacity||21.5 litres||22 Litres||18 Litres|
|Price||INR 76,000 (expected, on the road)||INR 59,687 (ex-showroom Delhi)||INR 63,994 (ex-showroom Delhi)|
Key features on the Ntorq 125 include an advanced all-digital instrument cluster with Bluetooth Smartphone connectivity and navigation. The panel gets lap-timer, 0-60 kph recorder, three trip meters and Power Eco-mode indicator. The Honda Grazia features a digital instrument cluster that receives an Eco-mode indicator and service due indicator. The Burgman Street, on the hand, comes with a Gixxer-like digital instrument cluster that displays the tell-tale rider information.
All three scooters feature USB mobile charger, but the Grazia gets it as an official accessory. The Burgman and Ntorq 125 also get a boot light. The Ntorq 125 features the highest luggage space of 22 litres, while the Burgman and Grazia receive 21.5 litres and 18 litres respectively. The Honda Grazia returns a fuel efficiency of 50 Kmpl, while the ARAI efficiency of the TVS Ntorq 125 is 48 Kmpl. Suzuki is yet to reveal the fuel economy figure of the Burgman Street.