Let's Ride a Stylish, Light-weight Scooter

With Let’s, Suzuki has now forayed into the 110 cc market dominated by Honda

Published: 12th May 2014 09:27 AM  |   Last Updated: 12th May 2014 09:32 AM   |  A+A-


Suzuki has stepped into the 110 cc scooter segment by unveiling its new Suzuki Let's. Indians fell in love with 110 cc scooters back when Honda came up with Activa.

With Let's, Suzuki has now forayed into the 110 cc market dominated by Honda. Suzuki started off with Swish and Access, which came under the 125 cc segment. Among the two Suzukis, Access received a phenomenal response.

The light-weight Suzuki Let's has a fibre body. It's just 98 kg. Not only is it light it is stylish and fast as well, claims the company.

The scooter is powered with a 112.8 cc ,single cylinder engine, with an output of 8.7HP at 7500 RPM and 9 Nm of torque at 5500 RPM. The scooter gets a telescopic forks for suspension and the rear gets a monoshock. It uses 120 mm drum brakes at both front and rear. Let's comes with 90/100 x 10 inch tubeless tyres at both the ends. Suzuki also introduces home-grown fuel efficiency system called Suzuki Eco Performance (SEP) and claims that this system enhances fuel economy, giving  Let's a mileage of 63 km/l.

The scooter measures 1810 mm, 660 mm and 1120 mm in length, width and height. It has a ground clearance of 160 mm, a wheelbase of 1250 mm and a seat height of 765 mm. The scooter has a tank capacity of 5.2lt. On comparing it with Yamaha Alpha, which is one of the latest in the segment, Let's produces 8.7 hp, whereas the Yamaha Alpha produces only 7.1hp, which is the least in its segment. When comparing fuel efficiency, Activa offers the least with 60m/l while the rest of the scooters in the segments stands between 62 and 63m/l. Let's comes in five colours, namely blue, black, silver, white and red. Priced at `46,925, ex-showroom, Chennai, the price alone can take away the limelight from Honda.

The scooter will be launched in Kerala on  May 13.


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