Suzuki Lets launch on May 6

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We reported in detail when it emerged that bookings for Suzuki Lets scooter are underway. (CLICK HERE for our earlier story). Now, it has emerged that Suzuki Lets launch will happen on May 6. This means that the Suzuki Lets launch will take place some three months after it was unveiled at the Delhi Auto Expo 2014 and the Lets will join the likes of the Access and the Swish in Suzuki Motorcycles India’s product portfolio.

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The Suzuki Let’s scooter is powered by a 112.8 cc single pot motor that has a max power of 8.7 hp @ 7,500 rpm and peak torque output of 9.0 Nm @ 5,500 rpm. The scooter has a fuel efficiency of 63 kmpl. The Let’s boasts of Suzuki’s fuel efficiency enhancing technology, the ‘Suzuki Eco Performance’ system. With its new Let’s scooter, Suzuki Motorcycle India Limited will be seen targeting the urban youth. Basically, the new Suzuki automatic scooter would appeal to prospective scooter buyers looking for styling, economy and practicality. The new Suzuki Let’s will go on sale in five colour options – red, blue, white, black and silver.

It is being expected that the Suzuki Lets Price in India would be pegged around the INR 43,000 mark.Stay tuned to Motoroids for more updates on Suzuki Lets launch.

What do you have to say about the Suzuki Let’s Scooter? Do you await the Suzuki Lets launch in India? Do you think it is sufficiently potent to become a worthy rival of the formidable Honda Activa variants? Do share your views with us by penning them down in the comments section below.

Suzuki Lets Specifications Sheet —

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Via Indian Autos Blog

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  • Amartya Ghosh says:

    Your report on the Let’s records the maximum torque as at 5500 rpm. However, as per the company-brochure it is at 6500 rpm. Which is the correct figure? Also, just what might the reason be for designing a 100cc engine with such a sky-high power-band?