The latest contender in the 125cc scooter market in India – Suzuki Burgman 125 is pitted against the crowd favorite TVS Ntorq 125. Here we have compared the specs of TVS Ntorq vs Suzuki Burgman. We also compare certain key points of both the scooters.
Both the scooters have great looks. The TVS Ntorq follows a more traditional design approach. The overall design is minimalistic with sharp lines all over. It has a sportier design. The dual tone color finish with bold color choices screams sporty and looks great too. The 12-inch alloys have a unique design too. The split pillion grab-rails are borrowed from the TVS Apache series. The tail lamp design is unique and adds to the sportiness design theme.
Suzuki Burgman 125 follows the maxi-scooter styling. This is the first scooter in India to follow the maxi scooter design theme. It is modeled on the bigger Suzuki Burgman scooters. This is a one of a kind design in this segment right now in India. This scooter will definitely stand out from the crowd of similar looking scooters. The wider body, bigger seats, and bigger footboard make this the more comfortable scooter. The body mounted windscreen and big headlamp complement the design well. Suzuki has also taken care of smaller details like chrome finishing and a well design exhaust cover.
Looks are entirely subjective and it is the buyer’s choice at the end.
Features and Build
Both the scooters are feature packed making them attractive over other competition. TVS Ntorq comes equipped with a fully digital console called ‘smartxonnect’ that has a ton of features. This console offers Bluetooth connectivity, caller ID, last parked location, ride stats, lap timer along with other normal information like speedometer, tachometer, dual trip meter etc. All this information can be also be accessed on a smartphone via the TVS Ntorq application. The Ntorq also comes with an engine kill switch, kudos TVS! Ntorq has a traditional halogen headlamp with DRL and a normal tail lamp setup. It also gets USB charging and a bigger under seat storage of 22l.
Suzuki Burgman also has a few impressive features. It gets full LED headlamp and tail lamp. It comes with a fully digital console but doesn’t have as many features as the Ntorq. Burgman has a 21.5l under seat storage. Suzuki has also added an additional 2l glove box. USB charger is also present here. Both Ntorq and Burgman have adjustable pillion footrest.
Engine and Performance
Both the scooters have a 125cc engine. Ntorq produces the higher power of 9.4ps at 7500rpm and a higher torq of 10.5Nm at 5500rpm. It is a single cylinder 125cc air-cooled 3-valve engine. TVS has added a front disc and rear drum brake to handle the stopping power.
Suzuki Burgman outputs 8.7ps at 7000rpm and 10.2Nm at 5000rpm. It runs a 125cc single cylinder air-cooled 2-valve engine. It also gets a front disc and rear drum brake setup.
Further information on TVS Ntorq is available here.
You can read about the Suzuki Burgman launch here.
Spec Sheet, TVS Ntorq vs Suzuki Burgman
Chassis, Brakes, and Wheels:
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