Suzuki Motorcycle India has introduced the let’s scooter with new dual tone colors priced at Rs.48, 193 (Post GST, ex-showroom Delhi) ahead of the festive season. The 110-cc scooter is now available in 3 new options comprising Matte Black (BNU), Orange/Matte Black (GTW), Royal Blue, and Glass Sparkle Black (YVB), and are planned to provide a fresh new look to the scooter. The design though remains the same on the Suzuki’s entry-level offering, but you do get new graphics and black finished wheels keeping up with the sporty theme of the scooter. Under the fiber body though, the Suzuki Let’s does not get any mechanical changes. Power continues to come from the 112.8 cc BS-IV compliant engine tuned to create 8.2 bhp of power at 7500 rpm and 8.8 Nm of highest torque at 6500 rpm. The motor comes mated to a CVT unit and is equipped with the company’s SEP technology for improved fuel efficiency. The scooter uses 120-mm drum brakes at the front and back, while suspension burdens are performed by telescopic front forks and swing arm type, coil springs at the back. The little two wheeler comes with a decent fuel tank capacity of 5.2 liters. Unlike the Access 125, which Suzuki’s best-selling model in India, the let us has not been the volume builder it was intended to be.
The model competes with the more popular TVS Sooty Zest 110 and Honda Activa-i the segment. That said, the new options are probable infuse some new life into the model. Commenting on the launch, Suzuki Motorcycle India – Managing Director, Satoshi Uchida said “We constantly endeavour to bring in new variety to our products and offer the best features to our customers. We are confident that this new color proposition will be a popular choice amongst our discerning young customers.” Compared to the Suzuki Let’s dual tone shade that was currently available, the new dual tone option has seen a small price changed, which is likely a result of the new GST norms. Overall, prices of Suzuki two wheelers are down by 2 per cent as per the new GST regime, the bike maker announced earlier this week.