There is a long range of scooters in the two wheeler sector ranging from budget scooters with mileage to premium designs and hi-tech features. One of the existing scooter range is the Suzuki Burgman Street.
The starting price of the Bluetooth variant of this Suzuki Burgman Street scooter is Rs 90,800 which when on road goes up to Rs 1,11,860. If you want to buy this scooter but do not have such a big budget, then know here the complete details of easy finance plan to buy it.
According to the online down payment and EMI calculator, if you buy this scooter, then the bank will give a loan of Rs 1,00,860 for it. After this loan, you will have to pay a minimum down payment of Rs 11,000 and then pay a monthly EMI of Rs 3,240 every month.
To repay this loan on Suzuki Burgman Street Bluetooth variant, a time limit of 3 years has been set by the bank with which the bank will charge interest at the rate of 9.7 percent per annum on this loan amount.
Talking about the engine and power of the scooter, the company has given a 124 cc single cylinder engine in it. This engine generates 8.7 PS of power and 10 Nm of peak torque.
Talking about the braking system of the scooter, the company has given a combination of disc brake in the front wheel and drum brake in the rear wheel. With which alloy wheels and tubeless tires have been added.
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Talking about the features of this scooter, the company has given features like Suzuki Ride Connect, turn by turn navigation, phone call, SMS, WhatsApp alert, trip sharing function, Bluetooth connectivity in it.
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Regarding mileage, the company claims that this scooter gives a mileage of 55.89 kmpl. This mileage has been certified by ARAI.
Important notice: The loan amount, down payment and interest rate plan available on this Suzuki Burgman Street depends on your banking and CIBIL score.
If a negative report comes out in your banking or CIBIL score, then the bank can make changes in the down payment, loan amount and interest rates accordingly.