Suzuki released the Address 125 scooter in 2014. Even though this scooter does not have the best-looking design, when it comes to performance and reliability, it stands out. As a commuter, it is a perfect choice, as it has lightweight, agile handling, compact size, and comes with 22 liters of storage space, so you can make sure you have all your essentials on hand.
If you want to know more about the Suzuki Address 125 top speed, specification, and fuel average, read the full article for a better understanding.
About Suzuki Address 125
Suzuki Address 125 has SOHC 124 cc with an air-cooled system that prevents the engine from overheating. It also has a fuel injection system, CVT transmission, and electronic ignition, along with an electric starter. Additionally, due to its agile handling, you’ll be able to move easily in tight spaces and traffic.
Moreover, it has an oil-damped coil spring Telescopic front suspension and an oil-damped coil spring swing arm-type rear shock. Lastly, you will get a 90 / 90 – 12 44J sized front tire and a 90 / 100 – 10 53J rear tire along with the 190 mm disc brake for the front side and a 120 mm drum brake for the rear side.
Top Speed of Suzuki Address 125
Suzuki Address 125 top speed is 60 – 65 mph, with a maximum power of 9 bhp and Max torque of 7.4 ft-lb. Even though this scooter doesn’t have a windshield, still the air resistance is manageable, and you can easily ride it in the city or highway. Interestingly you can reach a comfortable cruise speed of 60 mph on the highway with the Address, and it still remains stable.
Here is the specification of this economical scooter given below.
|Engine type||124 cm3 (7.6 cu. in.) 4-stroke, 1-cylinder, air-cooled, SOHC|
|Bore × Stroke||52.5 mm x 57.4 mm (2.1 in. x 2.3 in.)|
|Compression ratio||10.3 : 1|
|Fuel system||Fuel injection|
|Starter system||Electric + Kick|
|Ignition system||Electronic ignition (transistorized)|
|Rear Suspension||Telescopic, coil spring, oil damped|
|90 / 90 – 12 44J, tubeless||Swing arm type, coil spring, oil damped|
|Rake / Trail||26°30′ / 89 mm (3.5 in.)|
|Front brake||190 mm Disc|
|Rear brake||120 mm Drum|
|Front tire size||90 / 90 – 12 44J,tubeless|
|Rear tire size||90 / 100 – 10 53J, tubeless|
|Curb mass||105 kg (231.5 lbs.)|
|Overall length||1,825 mm (71.9 in.)|
|Overall width||690 mm (27.2 in.)|
|Overall height||1,160 mm (45.7 in.)|
|Wheelbase||1,265 mm (49.8 in.)|
|Ground clearance||160 mm (6.3 in.)|
|Seat height||770 mm (30.3 in.)|
|Fuel tank capacity||5.0 L (1.3 / 1.1 US / lmp gal)|
Suzuki Address 125 has a SOHC 124 cc 4-stroke engine with one cylinder. It also has air cooled system that keeps the engine temperature low even when the conditions are extreme. Its engine also has 52.5 mm x 57.4 mm (2.1 in. x 2.3 in.) Bore × Stroke ratio and 10.3:1 compression ratio.
Furthermore, it has an electronic ignition system that provides a spark to the engine so that it can start its operation. You will also get a fuel injection system and CVT transmission for better engine performance and quick response. Lastly, for the rider’s convenience, it has an electric starter system along with the kick starter.
Suspension & Handling
It has an oil-damped coil spring Telescopic front suspension and an oil-damped coil spring swing arm-type rear shock. These suspensions are hard, making speed bumps and potholes more noticeable. However, it does not affect the ride much since the plush seat absorbs most bumps and ruts.
Furthermore, its low-slung engine in the steel frame increases stability and enables quick direction changes by keeping the center of gravity near the ground. Furthermore, it is 232 pounds in weight, which is also a perk for the riders since they can easily control it even when accelerating.
Brakes & Tires
Address 125 utilizes a lever-controlled braking system, with the conventional right lever controlling the front 190 mm disc brake and the left lever controlling the rear 120 mm drum brake.
In spite of the fact that the front brake is adequate, if not completely impressive, the combined system provides a whole new level of braking performance. As a result, new riders will have peace of mind in damp conditions that the Address can stop safely and quickly if necessary. Under hard braking, the Address remained stable and predictable.
Coming on the tires, it has a 90 / 90 – 12 44J sized front tire and a 90 / 100 – 10 53J sized rear tire. Both of the tires are tubeless and provide a good grip on the road.
Suzuki Address 125 has a fuel average of 52.6 km in one liter, and with a fuel tank of 5 liters, it can go 263 km in one fuel tank. This shows that its fuel average is exceptional and will provide minimal movability cost.
What is the Price of Suzuki Address 125?
Address 125 is available in brand new condition for $4300, and for some reason, if you cannot buy it in new condition, you can get this bike in used condition for the price range of $1208 – $3360. It is an affordable scooter, and if you are looking for an economical ride in the town, then nothing can be better than this.
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Suzuki Address 125 is a compact-sized scooter that offers both aesthetics and practicality in its design. It was introduced to minimize the in-town movability expense, and it has proven to be a success. Even though it is a budget two-wheeler, it has an impressive engine that can deliver exceptional performance.
Furthermore, you may feel some jolts and bumps due to its small tire size and discomfort, as it does not have a windshield. However, it is a good scooter that is worth considering.
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