Japanese bike manufacturer Suzuki has globally revealed an updated version of their 125cc automatic scooter 'Swish' at the Tokyo Motor Show. The older Suzuki Swish was sold in India until it was discontinued in April 2017 due to the strict BS4 emission norms. The latest model is equipped with EuroIV emission norms and expected to hit the Indian shores by next year.
The new Suzuki Swish gets some comprehensive design and styling features inspired from the Gixxer motorcycles. It directly targets young urban commuters who are looking for a stylish and youth-oriented and scooter. The new model gets a completely redesigned bodywork and decals, which includes Gixxer/GSX inspired headlight and sharp-edgy body panels. The makers have employed Gixxer/GSX inspired headlight, integrated LED turn indicators and LED taillight as notable changes.
The makers are yet to reveal its mechanical specifications and we have to wait till upcoming Auto Expo 2018 for further details. However, it is expected to use the same mill from the Suzuki's flagship scooter Access 125. In that case, it could deliver a maximum power of 8.5 bhp and 10.2 Nm of peak torque. The suspension system consists of telescopic front forks and single shock absorber at the rear side. A front disc brake and rear drum brake are expected to provide the stopping power of the scooter.
Suzuki may definitely bring this new-aged scooter to India as Honda is setting their foots in the same segment with the new 125cc Grazia.