Suzuki Swish 125

Suzuki Swish 125

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₹ 52,642
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Discontinued

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The Suzuki Swish 125 is a great scooter for those looking for a reliable and efficient ride. It offers great performance and good fuel economy with its 125cc engine. The Swish 125 comes equipped with a semi-automatic transmission for easy and smooth shifting. It has an impressive top speed of 85 km/h. The fuel tank capacity is 5.2 litres, giving it an approximate range of 280 km in one full tank. The Suzuki Swish 125 is available in five different colours and carries an ex-showroom price tag of Rs. 58,000. Overall, the Suzuki Swish 125 is a great, reliable and efficient ride at an affordable price.
Latest Updates
Monday, 23 January 2023 11:01 AM The Suzuki Swish 125's discontinuation was a sad moment for many bike enthusiasts who had grown fond of its quirky design and reliable performance. Though the Swish may have been short-lived, it still has a place in the hearts of many. Its low price, unique design, and hassle-free maintenance made it a popular choice among many. Its discontinuation may have been a smart move by Suzuki as the Access was able to gain more popularity due to its improved features and better performance. Despite its discontinuation, the Swish will always remain a part of Suzuki's legacy.
Colour Options and Price in India
Scooter Variant Suzuki Swish 125
Availability Status in India Discontinued
2-Wheeler Type Scooter
Latest Price in India Suzuki Swish 125 price was Rs 52,642 before being discontinued.
Fuel Type Petrol
Colour Options Metallic Sonic Silver/Glass Sparkle Black (APT), Pearl Mirage White (YPA), Glass Sparkle Black (YYB), and Candy Dark Cherry Red/ Glass Sparkle Black (ACC)
Official Tagline Think in a Swish
ENGINE AND GEARBOX
Engine Details 4 Stroke, Single Cylinder, OHC
Cooling Air Cooling
Engine cc (Displacement) 124 cc
Maximum Power 8.58 HP @ 7000 rpm
Maximum Torque 9.8 Nm @ 5000 rpm
Number of Cylinders 1
Number of Gears Automatic
MILEAGE AND TOP SPEED
Mileage 40-50 kmpl (approx.)
BRAKES AND TYRES
Front Brake 120mm Drum Brake
Rear Brake 120mm Drum Brake
Front Tyre 90/100-10 (Tubeless)
Rear Tyre 90/100-10 (Tubeless)
Tubeless Tyres
Alloy Wheels
PERFORMANCE FIGURES
0-60 kmph 8 secs
SUSPENSION AND CHASSIS
Front Suspension Telescopic, Coil Spring, Oil Damped
Rear Suspension Swing Arm Type, Coil Spring, Oil Damped
DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHT
Overall Length 1780 mm
Overall Width 650 mm
Overall Height 1140 mm
Ground Clearance 160 mm
Seat Height 780 mm
Wheelbase 1250 mm
Kerb Weight 110 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity 6 litres
Under-seat Storage 20 litres
INSTRUMENT CONSOLE FEATURES
Speedometer Analog
Trip Meter Dual (Digital)
Odometer Digital
Clock Digital
Fuel Gauge Digital
Service Reminder
BATTERY AND LIGHTING
Pass Light
Battery Type Maintenance Free
Capacity 3Ah
Voltage 12V
Head Light 12V 35/35W
Position Lamp Stylish Blue Lens Position Lamps
COMFORT FEATURES
Electric Start
Pillion Footrest
Step-up Seat/Split Seat

Latest Suzuki Swish News

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2018 Suzuki Swish 125 India Launch @ Auto Expo 2018
2018 Suzuki Swish 125 India Launch @ Auto Expo 2018
Friday, 24 November 2017 0:00 AM

Suzuki Swish 125 Review

03 Jan, 2022 04:01 PM

Quick Review by Maxabout Team

‘Swish’ is what Suzuki calls the restyled version of their current 125cc gear-less scooter Access. The Company has decided to offer both scooters simultaneously in our Indian bike market which is witnessing a new trend of gear-less scooters.

Suzuki Swish Design and Style

The biggest changes are made in this department. Swish can’t be mistaken as Access as it’s a big step ahead from Suzuki in terms of styling. Swish 125 looks much more aerodynamic than Access as it loses out the old school designing and its sharp and edgy lines improves the overall character of this scooter. It carries the prominent V shape when seen from the front which improves with new built in clear lens turn indicators. Side panels’ gets new graphics with black coloured silencer cover which doesn't look as cheap as the chrome cover used in Access. Rear profile has also improved significantly as it uses clear lens tail light which is very attractive and big in size and looks quite trendy along with its new aluminium grab rail. Swish is capable enough to stand in front of its biggest rival, Honda Activa which is ruling this segment ever since its launch.

Suzuki Swish Instrument Console

Suzuki Swish uses blue and black colour in its instrument console contrast to the black colour used in Access which neither looks cheap nor looks premium. It has an analogue speedometer and digital odometer, service reminder, trip-meter, clock and fuel gauge.

Suzuki Swish Engine and Gearbox

Suzuki Swish shares its 125cc, 4-stroke, air-cooled engine with its sibling Access. This mono cylinder, OHC engine churns out a maximum power of 8.58 bhp at 7000 rpm with a torque output of 9.8 Nm coming at 5000rpm. This gear-less scooter uses automatic transmission known CVT.

Suzuki Swish Acceleration and Top speed

Its 125cc engine is the biggest advantage of this scooter. Unlike, other 100cc scooters this engine works effortlessly when equipped in Swish 125. The light weight of 110kg allows Swish to be the fastest in its segment. It does 0-60km/hour in just over 8 seconds. The high capacity of this engine makes it powerful than its other competitors including Activa on papers as well as on road. It’s perfect for city conditions as it moves quickly through traffic. It pulls out torque early and throttle response is quite impressive. It’s a very refined engine with powerful mid and high range. It’s very silent at high rpms and may easily reach a top speed of 90-92km/hour without any signs of vibrations. It’s a nice option for day to day usage.

Suzuki Swish Mileage

Suzuki Swish is on the faster side which does affect its mileage but thanks to its light weight, it manages to get respectable figures. In city conditions it can return you a mileage of around 40km/ltr and if driven in the economy zone which is 40-50km/hour; expect its mileage to increase by 2-3km/ltr.

Comfort While Driving

Suzuki Swish has a wide and comfortable seat which works well for the driver as well for the pillion rider. The handle bar is quite short but grips well and allows you to use it conveniently. Rear view mirror gives you a clear view. We wish if it its floorboard would have been wider as you do feel it a bit cramped when compared to Activa. Instrument panel is easily readable with soft buttons on handle providing optimum comfort while driving.

Suzuki Swish Safety Features and Storage Space

There is an adequate amount of storage space in Swish including a 20 litre under seat space which is very efficient. It also has a bag hook near the floor board. Glove box is missing though but by paying more you can get it fixed for more storage space. You will also have to pay more for the rear foot pegs as unlike Access, it’s not a standard part of Swish. There is a safety shutter on the ignition key slot and from where you open the under seat storage space similar to Access 125.

Suzuki Swish Suspension and Brakes

Suzuki Swish is equipped with high quality of suspension to give you a comfy ride. It shares its suspension with its sibling Access and sports telescopic forks at its front with swing arm type mono shock absorber at the back. Though its suspension is on the soft side but it manages to hold this scooter well on our Indian roads. There is no optional disk brake or combi brake in Swish as we have seen in Honda’s scooters. Instead the wheels are fitted with 120mm drum brakes which halts this scooter in no time and gives you confidence while cruising at high speeds.

Ride and Handling

Riding posture is suitable for daily commuters as your knees and elbows are placed comfortably. Tall drivers may find their knees rubbing to the handle bar with a pillion rider which may irritate you. Otherwise it has no issues as with a high ground clearance of 160mm, it manages to pass most of the speed breakers and potholes with ease. Extended wheelbase of 1250mm keeps it stable at high speeds and sharp corners and it does feel better than others like Activa when driven on daily basis.

Tyres

It has R10 size of tubeless tyres with steel wheels which keeps it grounded and is perfectly mated with this scooter.

Suzuki Swish Colours

2015 Suzuki Swish 125 is available in 4 shades: Metallic Sonic Silver/Glass Sparkle Black (APT), Pearl Mirage White (YPA), Glass Sparkle Black (YYB), and Candy Dark Cherry Red/ Glass Sparkle Black (ACC).

Suzuki Swish Variants

Suzuki Swish 125 is available in one variant with kick and self-start option.

Verdict

Suzuki Swish is probably the cheapest 125cc scooter available right now. At this price, Suzuki is offering a well-built scooter with a refined and powerful engine. It has acceptable storage space, features and comfort which makes it better than most of its competitors. However, it’s poor resale value and after sales service is a matter of concern as at this price you can have the tested and trusted Honda’s Activa which is easy on pocket and has high resale value. Moreover, its fuel efficiency is less than many of its competitors. Had it been priced well it would have been a complete value for money scooter but for now; We doubt if people will shift from Activa to Swish.

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Suzuki Swish 125 - Think in a Swish
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Questions and Answers

Most Popular Answers for Suzuki Swish 125
Q : What are the problems with the Suzuki Swish 125 bike?
23 January 2023 10:25
The Suzuki Swish 125 is a popular commuter bike, however there are some common problems that owners should be aware of. One of the most common problems is poor fuel economy, with some owners reporting an average of only 36 kmpl. Additionally, the bike has been known to be noisy, and some owners have reported issues with the brakes. Finally, the suspension isn't particularly good, and can be harsh and uncomfortable, especially on longer rides.
Is parking light provided in Suzuki Swish 125?
23 January 2023 10:24
Yes, parking light is provided in the Suzuki Swish 125. It is located in the front right corner of the vehicle, near the headlight. It is a bright LED light that makes it easy to see in the dark.
Is Suzuki Swish 125 Facelift worth the money?
23 January 2023 10:23
The Suzuki Swish 125 Facelift is definitely worth the money. This model is a great choice for those looking for a reliable, stylish, and affordable scooter. It offers plenty of features, such as a comfortable seat, a fuel-efficient engine, and a stylish design. Additionally, it comes with a good warranty, so you can rest assured that your purchase is protected. All in all, the Swish 125 Facelift is a great choice for anyone looking for a reliable, stylish, and affordable scooter.
Why does my Suzuki Swish 125 makes much noise when I accelerate?
23 January 2023 10:22
The Suzuki Swish 125 makes noise when accelerating because of the way the engine works. The engine is designed to provide more power when accelerating, which leads to higher RPMs, or revolutions per minute. This increased speed causes more friction between the internal parts of the engine, resulting in a louder noise. Additionally, the exhaust system in the Suzuki Swish 125 may be slightly clogged, which can also increase the noise when accelerating. To reduce the noise, you should get the engine checked and serviced regularly and ensure that the exhaust system is in good condition.
What is the mileage of new 2015 Suzuki Swish 125?
29 December 2022 05:28
In cities, it provides a mileage of 40 kmpl. On the other side, on highways it delivers a mileage of 50 kmpl. is available in one variant with kick and self-start option. It shares its 125cc, 4-stroke, air-cooled engine with its sibling Access. This mono cylinder, OHC engine churns out a maximum power of 8.58 bhp at 7000 rpm with a torque output of 9.8 Nm coming at 5000rpm.

2015 Suzuki Swish 125 - Think in a Swish | INR 51,661


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Go for it and have a great time riding it!

Chandan Kumar Singh | One year ago
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The Suzuki Swish 125 is a great choice for those looking for a reliable and affordable bike. The bike has a good pick up, comfortable seats and a smooth ride even on rough roads. The mileage I get when riding in hill areas is quite good, at around 40-45 km/l, and it's definitely worth the price. I've owned the bike since 2014 and have ridden it for around 15000 km so far.In addition to the reliable performance, the Suzuki Swish 125 looks great. It comes in various colors, so you can pick the one that you like the most. Be sure not to modify the bike too much as it can impact the originality of the bike, and it's best to have it serviced regularly so that it continues to perform optimally.
Overall, if you're looking for a reliable and affordable bike, the Suzuki Swish 125 is definitely a great choice. It has good performance, looks great and is easy to maintain. Go for it and have a great time riding it!

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The back pain can be a real issue if you ride it for too long

Harish Kumar | One year ago
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The Suzuki Swish 125 is great for short rides, but it's not the best choice for long trips. The back pain can be a real issue if you ride it for too long. The bike looks great and the model is truly eye-catching. Unfortunately, the fuel efficiency isn't the best and it can be easily affected by the wind when you're going faster. The performance of the bike is quite interesting and it has a good grip on the road. All in all, the Suzuki Swish 125 is a great choice for short rides, but it may not be the best choice for long trips.

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The back pain can be a real issue if you ride it for too long

Pranshu Mishra | One year ago
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The Suzuki Swish 125 is great for short rides, but it's not the best choice for long trips. The back pain can be a real issue if you ride it for too long. The bike looks great and the model is truly eye-catching. Unfortunately, the fuel efficiency isn't the best and it can be easily affected by the wind when you're going faster. The performance of the bike is quite interesting and it has a good grip on the road. All in all, the Suzuki Swish 125 is a great choice for short rides, but it may not be the best choice for long trips.

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The riding experience is good, with good ickup.

Saket Jha | One year ago
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Buying experience with Suzuki Swish 125 was just ok. The riding experience is good, with good pickup. The looks could be much better, it looks like an older model scooter. The mileage falls short of expectations, being around 26 kmpl in city riding. During servicing, I noticed that they only changed the engine oil and nothing else, so the servicing experience is not great. The maintenance cost is high if you want to keep your scooter well maintained, you should be ready to spend around 1000 rupees per servicing.

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Good scooter with a good look, good pickup, and an effective price

Jyotsana Harit Gaur | One year ago
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Overall, the Suzuki Swish 125 is a good scooter with a good look, good pickup, and an effective price. Its mileage is also quite good, with a maximum average of 50km/l on highways. Unfortunately, it has some drawbacks, such as high maintenance costs. Every 3000 km you need to change the air filter, engine oil kit, and brake liner, which altogether can cost a minimum of 1000?. After 2 yrs, you’ll need to change the battery, which costs 1400?. The body parts are also not very durable, especially on the front side, which can easily break and cost around 2500?, particularly the dome of light and mudguard. The headlights are very weak and of no use. It is not advisable to drive in the rainy season since water gets clogged in the air filter box, which is common in the Access and Swish model. The shock absorbers are also weak, which means even small bumps can cause a jerk. The scooter also has a fuel capacity of 7l, which even the Suzuki personnel were not aware of.
In conclusion, the Suzuki Swish 125 is a good scooter for highway use and daily use, except in the rainy season. However, one should consider the low resale value of the scooter, compared to TVS and Honda scooters, before buying it.

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Suzuki Swish 125 Comments

User Comments
umesh B
8 years ago

I purchased the suzuki swish four year back. This scooter has great muscle and economy mileage. In city i am getting around 45 to 50. But in high way i got around 60KMPL. Really awesome scooter. But only thing is even at 40KM on joint road the Front suspension i hear duck sound. Suzuki need to work on this issue.

arun das
11 years ago

had starting problems in winter. in service centre rpm was increased to 1410 . Now mileage has decreased drastically. Service centre said petrol quality is not upto the mark but I have been using same petrol pump since so many years with good results. mileage is problematic. everything else is ggod.

roy Tauro
11 years ago

Terrible vehicle. gear box shattered after 260 km in the 2nd month. got it done under warranty but terrible service and just 2 service centers in mumbai. so far spent more money on towing then on fuel.

madhav gavale
11 years ago

very nice bike.

Harshal Pandit
11 years ago

This bike is awesome. Now the time has come for Suzuki Access to stop its production after all Swish itself is the new model of Access, nothing else.

pawan sharma
11 years ago

hey its going to give tough competition to activa and mahindra duro......its looks stylish and not to forgot its 125cc scotter ,so at this price its turely awesome..so go for it.......

allets yenloc
11 years ago

I absolutely love this scooter! I bought it on the 30th of April and it's awesome!!! I wonder why it's not as popular as other scooters like the Mahindra Rodeo though! :(

ABHINAV MITTAL
11 years ago

suzuki swish rocks. mahindra duro ab apki romba solid watt lagegi. The ride quality and engine sound is very goeed,but it lack awareness in the market.

mehul lale
11 years ago

Swish is very 's ride quality is just awesome.aviator and activa are just lazy and outdated in comp with is just awesome

amarnath surender
11 years ago

Please dont buy this vehicle, the 2day i bought i saw engine oil dripping on the floor my mother panic after spending 60k to see this was disheartening, then i took next day to service they worked on it for 20minutes, all this on 2nd day itself then the service guy said reluctantly with a faint smile we will see it in first service i did not get why he said or what it meant, then worst i took the vehicle back home on that day i saw smoke comming out of the vehichle i dunno from where then with my little knowledge i checked the vehiche and found the engine oil cap was loose and oil splashed all over thentyre dont know what to do, better to forget about the vehichle. !,,,,, no peace of mind please dont buy swiss

upkaran singh
12 years ago

nice scooter ,good pick up,good looking,with powerful 125cc engine it has good activa no more its time of swish.

Antony George
12 years ago

Access-Swish has Telescopic front shockabsrobers vs old-tech front shocks in Activa Access is 115kg and has 125cc engine. Swish is 110cc and has 125cc engine. Activa 115 kg, but only 110cc. Check this link


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