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The Suzuki Burgman Street's design is carried over from the bigger European Maxi scooter, the Burgman 650. The Maxi scooter design of the Suzuki Burgman Street is something seen mostly in European countries. That said, here are the top features of the Suzuki Burgman Street, India's first Maxi scooter:
Suzuki Burgman Street Design Features
The Suzuki Burgman Street features a unique design, as told earlier. The ‘Maxi Scooter' design is inspired from the bigger Suzuki Burgman 650, which was also showcased at the Auto Expo 2018. The front apron of the Burgman Street features an LED headlamp unit, and also a pair of turn signals on either side. Chrome elements give more elegance to the front.
The Suzuki Burgman Street also features an unusual handlebar design, moving independently with the main body. The Burgman Street has a windscreen attached to the front apron itself, which is a characteristic design element in Maxi scooters. The digital instrument console is the same unit as in other Suzuki models, such as the Gixxer.
The tail section of the new Suzuki Burgman Street is complete with a rather sleek LED lighting cluster and a single-piece grab handle. In short, the Suzuki Burgman Street's design is something not that familiar to Indians (But at least some of you would remember the big Kinetic Blaze which was sold in India over almost 10 years ago).
Suzuki Burgman Street Comfort Features
The Suzuki Burgman Street will offer the rider a comfortable ride, thanks to its wide seating layout and an ergonomically-placed handlebar. The Burgman Street comes with telescopic front forks, a rear monoshock, and tubeless tyres, which would give it a decent ride quality.
Suzuki Burgman Street Practicality Features
The Burgman Street features two storage areas on the front apron, an open and a closed one. The closed one houses a 12V DC charging port in a position to conveniently place your smartphone. A multi-function key slot helps with the opening of various compartments.
Under the seat, the Suzuki Burgman Street can carry a full-size helmet and some other stuff, if you are good at packing. There's also a convenient pocket for keeping all the important documents of the scooter.
Suzuki Burgman Street Safety Features
The Suzuki Burgman Street features a front disc brake. The 90/90 R12 and 90/100 R10, front and rear tyres offer plenty of grip too.
Thoughts On The Suzuki Burgman Street Features
The Suzuki Burgman Street is a premium scooter offering from the Japanese two wheeler brand. Coming to features, it doesn't tick a lot of boxes to be honest. But the unique design and the character which comes along with it is enough to make it a worthy option.
For more about the engine, expected launch and pricing, read our First Look Review Of The Suzuki Burgman Street.