Suzuki is set to launch the new moped second-class scooter Address 110 on March 19th. The price will be 205,200 yen. The company has also lined-up the Address V125. With the addition of the Address 110, the second-class moped models bearing the Address name have expanded to two; now, where does the advantage of each model lie?
The Address V125 has been established as a commuter express scooter. In addition to the average body size of the moped variety (50cc or less), its 124cc engine with a maximum output 9.9ps has a maneuverability which is at the top of its class. Its rich line-up is also attractive with the advanced grade Address V125S; the V125S Limited with its standard equipment grip heater and seat heater; and the V125SS which has an enhanced sporty image and equipped with an aluminum tandem step and spoiler.
The Address 110 on the other hand is equipped with the newly developed 112cc SEP (Suzuki Eco Performance) engine which has a maximum output of 9.1ps. It has also achieved a gas mileage efficiency of 51.2km in WTMC mode. Moreover, its 14 inch tires which achieves high performance, its storage capacity which includes a helmet housing space, its rear carrier which takes into account a top case installation and the like are its great features which were taken into consideration in terms of practicality which was taken from a global perspective.
At the press briefing held on January 21, Mitsuru Tachikawa, the Chief Engineer (CE) of the Address 110 explained, “The Address 110 is a balanced model when it comes to performance and fuel efficiency; affordable price and enhanced equipment; the optimization of the frames rigidity and its light weight; and style and storage.
Furthermore, “The existing Address can be useful to a lot of users as we have considered its practicality as a means of daily transportation. As a global model, we want it to become a model that will blend into the life of the users worldwide, starting with Japan in the ASEAN region, in Europe and the like”, according to CE Tachikawa as he explained his thought about the Address 110.
(Translated by Michael Sabaldan)