Access 125 from Suzuki Motorcycle India Pvt. Ltd., a subsidiary of Suzuki Motor Corporation Japan, is a brand that faces strong competition from manufacturers of similar two-wheelers. Yet, Access has been successful in capturing a substantial portion of the Indian market, especially because of its performance. Suzuki Access 125 comes in as many as seven variants and has now been upgraded to comply with BS-VI emission norms. Further, this scooter brand offers smartphone connectivity through its Ride Connect feature in two variants.


Suzuki Access: Specifications

Suzuki Access Variants

Drum CBS & Cast, Disc CBS,  Drum & Disc CBS Special Editions, Drum & Disc Alloy Bluetooth

Engine Description

4- Stroke, 1-Cylinder, Air Cooled

SOHC, 2-Valve

Engine Displacement

124 cc

Maximum Power

8.7 ps @ 6750 rpm

Maximum Torque

10 N-m @ 5500 rpm

Length x Width x  Height

1870 x 690 x 1160 mm


1165 mm

Fuel Type


Seating Capacity


Fuel Tank



Front: Telescopic & Rear: Swing Arm

Brake System

Front: Drum/Disc; Rear: Drum


Official Tagline

"Kam Peeta Hai"


Suzuki Access : Price

Ex-showroom(New Delhi):Price starts from Rs.70,500/= and goes up to 78,600/= depending on the variant. (Prices may varyat the time of buying).


Suzuki Access Insurance Coverage

Third-Party Insurance – The most basic and mandatory requirement as per the Motor Vehicle Act in India is third-party cover. The scope of this policy includes coverage for bodily injury/death or property damage suffered by another person.


Standalone Own-Damage Cover – This policy provides compensation if your Two Wheeler is damaged due to an accident/a mishap. It is not mandatory to buy a Standalone Own-Damage Cover.


Comprehensive Cover – Third-party coverage is built into this policy. In addition, itcompensates expenses incurred in repairing damages caused to your Access because of an unfortunate event or accident.


Suzuki Access Insurance: Add-On Covers

Zero Depreciation Cover: Normally, your insurer reduces the depreciation cost when settling your claims. If you do not want the depreciation cost to be reduced, then you add this cover to your policy.


Engine&GearProtection Cover:Astandard policydoes not cover damages caused to either theengine or gearbox. Toprotectyour scooter’s engine and gearbox, this add-on would be helpful.


Invoice Protection Cover: If your SuzukiAccessscooteris stolen or irreparably damaged, the insurance company covers the Insured Declared Value of the vehicleafter factoring indepreciation.Including this add-on in your Suzuki Access policy enables youto bridge the gap between the scooter’s invoice price and IDV.


RoadsideBreakdown Assistance Cover: There is always a possibility of you getting stuck on the road somewhere because of your scooter’s fuel tank going dry, lubricating oil leakage, mechanical breakdown, or a flat tyre. The roadside breakdown assistance cover protects you in such situations.


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Suzuki Access: Review

The BS-VI compliant Suzuki Access 125 offers smartphone connectivity through the Ride Connect feature in drum alloy and disc alloy wheels variants. When it comes to features, the updated Access 125 comes with a chrome bezel for the LED headlight, an eco-assist indicator for the semi-digital panel, and an external cap for filling fuel. This Bluetooth-enabled instrument cluster offers features like turn-by-turn navigation; call, SMS, WhatsApp alerts; overspeeding alerts; last parked location, and trip sharing. All these features are sure to enhance the value and practicality of Access 125.


Suzuki Access Insurance: FAQs

Q1: I have informed the insurer that my Suzuki Access 125 scooter has met with an accident. What should I do now?

You can take your vehicle to one of the cashless tie-up garages or an authorized workshop as specified by your insurer and leave it there for servicing/repair. The garage/workshop will do the needful.


Q2: When should I intimate my insurer about a claim?

You should intimate your insurance provider as soon as you can after an incident or accident happens. Of course, ensuring your safety andgetting medical attention, if required, should be your first priority. If you are filing a theft claim, you must intimate the insurer and police within 24hours. You may have to send a detailed letter to the insurance company if the claim registration is delayed beyond 48 hours. 


Q3:In Two Wheeler insurance, what does IDV mean?

IDV expands to Insured Declared Value and it represents the maximum sum assured.

Q4: What happens to my Access 125 insurance when I sell it?

You can either use it for another two-wheeler or transfer it to the buyer’s name.

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