New variants of the Suzuki Access 125 and Burgman Street 125 have been launched with new digital consoles that feature Bluetooth connectivity.
These variants cost Rs 3,800 more
Functions include turn-by-turn navigation and WhatsApp alerts
Only works with Android devices
While we originally thought that Suzuki would be launching a new product, it turned out to be an additional variant for the Suzuki Access 125 and the Burgman Street 125. The Bluetooth-enabled Access 125 is priced at Rs 77,700 (drum brake) and Rs 78,600 (disc brake), making it cost Rs 3,800 more than the corresponding special-edition variants.
As for the Burgman Street, its Bluetooth-enabled variant is priced at Rs 84,600. This makes it cost Rs 3,500 more than the variant with the standard digital display. For reference, the TVS Ntorq 125 with its Bluetooth-enabled console is priced between Rs 68,885 and Rs 75,365, depending on the variant.
The digital display provides features such as turn-by-turn navigation, call and SMS alert display, WhatsApp alert, estimated time of arrival alerts, missed call alert and caller ID, overspeed warning and phone battery level display.
Users will be required to download the ‘Suzuki Ride Connect’ application from the Google Play Store to enable these functions. The company has said that it will be evaluating iOS compatibility.
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