Suzuki Burgman Street 2020 Review - Prices, Specs, Variants, Features and Mileage

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By Saurav Kumar - Senior Editor Jan 22 2020 Share this blog

Suzuki Burgman street lures lots of Indian scooter buyers with its grand new maxi-scooter look. It is obviously a new class of scooter that India has never seen before. The scooter is based on popular Suzuki Access 125, but the design is completely distinguished. On another note, the Access 125 comes with a retro look. Suzuki has installed hefty features on the Suzuki Burgman Street. The scooter is best for daily commuters looking for a utility vehicle. 

The Burgman street offers huge underseat storage along with wide legroom, making your ride comfortable and enjoyable. The Burgman  Street competes with TVS Ntorq 125 and Honda Grazia in the 125 cc scooter segment. 


  • Refined 125 cc engine with good performance

  • Fully digital instrument console

  • Maxi-scooter styling

  • Gorgeous LEd headlight

  • Chunky and upmarket seat

  • Loads of space available


  • Small 10-inch tyre in the rear

  • No Pass light

  • No parking brake

  • Front disc brakes lack feel

  • Rear profile does not appeal much

  • Uncomfortable for tall riders

What are the various variants and colours available in Suzuki Burgman Street?

The Burgman Street scooter comes in a single standard variant priced at Rs. 71,002 (ex-showroom, Delhi). It is available in four colour options: Metallic Matte Black, Metallic Matte Fibroin Gray, Glass Sparkle Black, and Pearl Mirage White. 



Ex-Showroom Price(Delhi)



21.5 Under seat storage

LED headlights and position lights

Multi-function full digital meter

Standard body mount windscreen

DC socket in glove box for easy charging

Suzuki Easy start system

Shutter key with central seat lock 

The Burgman Street gets a fully digital instrument cluster. The company has added lots of utility features on the Burgman Street. 

What is the power source of this Suzuki Burgman Street?

Suzuki has used a refined and torquey engine with the Burgman Street. The Suzuki Access comes with a BS-6 compliant engine while the Burgman street still comes with a BS-4 124.7cc 2-valve engine that pumps out 8.7 hp of power and 10.2 Nm of torque. The torque remains the same in Burgman street and Access 125. 


Suzuki Burgman Street

TVS Ntorq 125

Honda Grazia

Ex-Showroom Price (Delhi)

Rs. 71,002

Rs. 59,462

Rs. 62,025


124cc, 2-valve

124.7cc, 3-valve

124.9cc, 2-valve


[email protected] RPM

9.4hp @ 7500 RPM

[email protected] 6500 RPM


10.2 [email protected] 5000 RPM

10.5Nm @ 5500 RPM

10.5 [email protected] RPM

Fuel System




ARAI Mileage figure(kmpl)




Fuel tank capacity(Litres)




 The mileage is best in class. The Burgman returns around 50 kmpl in the city. The scooter keeps itself moving in traffic. Overtaking slow vehicles smoothly. While cruising at 80 kmph, the Burgmna street returns around 45 kmpl. Compared to Ntorq 125, this is a good mileage figure. 

 How quick is the Suzuki Burgman Street for your daily commuting needs?

The engine is so smooth and silent that you can barely hear its roar while cruising on the streets. Even going to the 70 to 80 kmph mark, the scooter doesn’t feel strained and returns a strange outcome. The CVT is very smooth and doesn't reveal any sign of lag in both city or highway ride conditions. 


Suzuki Burgman Street

TVS Ntorq 125

Honda Grazia





0-60 kmph

8.69 s

9 s

9.03 s

Top Speed(kmph)




Acceleration is quick with Burgman street and the rivals lag behind by slight margin. The top speed is claimed at 93 kmph.  While riding, you’ll never hear a single noise coming out of any part. The parts are assembled in a very well-designed manner. 

 How sure-footed are the brakes?

The 10-inch rear-wheel wheels appear to be discouraging to lots of buyers at first sight. The brake response is good all together with front disc brakes and rear drum brakes. But, still, the brake bite from the front disc brakes could be better. 


Suzuki Burgman Street

TVS Ntorq 125

Honda Grazia

Front / Rear


Drum or Disc/Drum


Front Rotor Size(mm)




Rear Rotor Size(mm)




80-0 kmph(m)




ABS (Single or Dual Channel)




 The competitors, in fact, offer better braking dynamics. The Ntorq is good at both braking and ride balance. 

How comfortably are you seated while traversing the roads?

Burgman Street is a practical, refined and stylish scooter in its segment. The ample legroom makes you spread legs with good command. The scooter also gets two hooks for utility.  Also, with a pillion rider, the scooter returns balanced ride quality. The only disappointing factor is the small rear wheels size. The rear wheel should have a bigger size so that it could absorb small bumps on uneven roads.  


Suzuki Burgman Street

TVS Ntorq 125

Honda Grazia





Tyre-Wheel Size(Front)

90/90-12 54J Tubeless

100/80-12 Tubeless


Tyre-Wheel Size(Rear)

90/100-10 54J Tubeless

110/80-12 Tubeless


Front Suspension

Telescopic forks

Telescopic forks

Telescopic forks

Rear Suspension

Hydraulic Type

Hydraulic Type Coil Spring Shock Absorber

3-Step adjustable spring-loaded Hydraulic

Seat height(mm)




Ground Clearance (mm)




Kerb Weight(kg)




Starting System




The left apron for storage should have been lockable so that you could lock your belongings like wallet or phone while commuting to work. Keeping valuable things in the open area is prone to any damage anytime. 

How subtle looking is the 2020 Suzuki Burgman Street?

The Burgman Street styling is completely out of the box.No scooter in this segment offers such aggressive styling. The body quality is far better than rivals like Honda Grazia and TVS Ntorq. The front gets LED headlamps along with luxurious position lights, giving the front fascia a unique texture. The rear too gets LEd combination lights that take up a wide area to lighten up the rear part. 

Aesthetic Features

  • Luxurious LED Headlights and position lights

  • Standard Body mount windscreen

  • Flexible foot position for rider

  • LED Rear Combination light

  • Aluminum Pillion footrest

  • Convenient Dual Luggage hooks

  • Premium Chrome Garnish


Suzuki Burgman Street

TVS Ntorq 125

Honda Grazia

Length (mm)




Width (mm)












 The rear 10-inch wheels look small, but at the same time liberated more space for storage under the seat. The maxi-scooter like styling is pleasing to eyes adding more convenient features that can be used in daily life. From the side, the Burgman looks sporty all because of silver and black panels with sharp creases. It might not be the coolest scooter, but it does turn heads on the street. The only thing that we dislike about the Burgman is its big body and small wheels. This totally disrupts its proportions. 

 What are the various safety and class-leading features?

The Burgman Street features a windshield in the front along with a fully digital instrument console. The front disc brakes work smoothly in conjunction with the combined braking system. It gets LED headlamps in the front that deliver good light in dark. 


Suzuki Burgman Street 

TVS Ntorq 125

Honda Grazia

Ex-Showroom Price (Delhi)

Rs. 71,002

Rs. 59,462

Rs. 62,025


Front disc and Combined braking System

USB charging port

Disc brakes

2L Glove box and rack for storage

High speed alert

Telescopic Front Suspension

Shutter key with central seat lock

Disc brakes 

3-step rear adjustable suspension

21.5L underseat storage

22L underseat storage

Split grab rail 

The front pockets offer 12V DC chargers and small storage options. The underseat space is 21.5 L, which is slightly lesser than what Ntorq 125 offers. 

How does the competition stack up against Suzuki Burgman Street?

Suzuki Burgman Street VS TVS Ntorq 125

Both the Burgman Street and Ntorq 125 scooters offer the best features to lure masses. The Ntorq is more advanced in features with the Bluetooth-enabled connectivity while the Burgman is best in the utility section. However, if going towards the best value for money proposition, the Ntorq 125 is a clear winner here and it is around Rs. 8000 cheaper than the Suzuki Burgman Street. 

Suzuki Burgman Street  VS Honda Grazia


The Grazia comes with bold colours and turns out to be reasonably aggressive in looks. The scooter looks more like a facelifted Dio and that’s not a bad thing. The LED headlight is designed with sharp edges, giving it a sleek look. The Grazia also features a fully digital instrument cluster with an rpm gauge. Honda Grazia is the only scooter to offer rpm gauge. With such an offering, the Grazia surely offers a modern design and offers good mileage as well. The Grazia missies on some basic utility features. Suzuki Burgman Street can be a better deal to get in. 

Does the Suzuki Burgman Street stand a chance against the segment leaders?

Suzuki Burgman Street is not a bad deal to catch in when you have heavily tech loaded 125 cc scooters like TVS Ntorq 125. The Ntorq appears to be a compromised scooter with limited legroom and plastic quality while the Burgman Street turns out to be a game-changer. With a refined and fuel-efficient engine, Burgman Street is definitely worth every penny.