Suzuki announced the new retro scooter, Saluto 125. The base used for this scooter is SWISH. Since the base is SWISH, there are more chances that it arrives in Japan.
Saluto 125 is unveiled in Taiwan at Motor Show. Let’s take a closer look at the information on its release date, specs, and more.
Specs and Release Date
- February 2020 release
- SWISH base
- Horsepower: 9.4PS / 7,000rpm
- Torque: 10Nm / 6,000rpm
- Fuel consumption: 51.1km / L
- Italian design
- Smart key equipment
- 5V2A USB power supply
The new Saluto 125 is similar to a new retro scooter in terms of design and looks. Front brakes are disk and rear are drum. Similar to what SWISH has.
Suzuki Saluto 125 doesn’t have an official page. But Suzuki says we should wait until mid- February 2020, so we can see more information.
Design is Italian. It comes with LED headlamp and LED blinkers. When it comes to LED Blinkers, they are rare in Suzuki.
The operating button for meter is on the steering wheel and not somewhere near the meter. Speedo is digital and has an LCD to display the information.
Overall the design is seamless, and it does come close to Piaggio’s Vespa. The base is SWISH (GSR125 series), so it’s reliable.
Saluto 125 also comes with the box at the front. When you look at Saluto, the ground clearance is proper. The Price tag is still under the warp.
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