A sure head-tuner, the Suzukiis expected to bring the scooter field to the next level with aesthetics and fuel economy.
Japanese compact car and motorcycle manufacturerInc. (SPH) will change the game in the field of scooters as it introduces the – the sporty, economical and convenient scooter for students, new motorcycle riders and those interested to own their first scooters.
The Suzukiis packed with the roller-type rocker arm – the first in Asean scooter, which enables the scooter to have a solid intake and exhaust of gasoline. Featuring a BS type carburetor with Throttle Position Sensor (TPS) that helps to reduce fuel consumption as it prevents over supply of gasoline fro the carburetor, newly designed CVT that are both lightweight and compact which also help fuel economy without lowering acceleration and performance and compact and lightweight Magneto that has smaller and lighter internal components – all which also helps reduce fuel consumption.
Designed with comfort in mind, the Suzuki NEX115 also comes with a low 735mm seat height for easier handling and bike controls especially for new motorcycle riders, a spacious 4.5 liter under seat compartment, adequate foot board, and a newly designed frame that gives riders a more stable ride.
The Suzuki NEX115 likewise features impressive, head-turning aesthetics with it sleek headlight, easy to read and highly visible speedometer that is highly visible on any riding condition.
“The launch of our second product this year – the NEX115, will strengthen our current line up, and will further reinforce our campaign, “Bakit Di Ka Pa Nakamotor”, Mr. Eiji Kobayashi, general manager of motorcycle sales and marketing said. “The Suzuki NEX115 will surely take the field of scooter to the NEX level,”Kobayashi added.
The Suzuki NEX115 retails at a suggested retail price of Php60,900.00 and comes in Pearl Flash Green, Pear Sakura Pink and Brilliant White color.
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