Now a days, Motorcycle became a passion along with daily use. Motorcycle manufacturers continued to produce new models and upgraded versions. In Bangladesh, the demand of commuter motorcycle in too high. In this segment, Yamaha Saluto 125 is a strong competitor for a long time. But Suzuki didn’t have any motorcycle in this segment. Recently they have launched Suzuki GSX 125. This 125cc motorcycle from Suzuki gets the famous GSX DNA. On the other hand Yamaha Saluto 125 also have the Yamaha’s Blue Core engine. So, let’s see which one is ahead from another.
Yamaha Saluto 125 Vs Suzuki GSX 125
Yamaha Saluto 125
Suzuki GSX 125
|4-stroke, 1-cylinder, SOHC||Single Cylinder, 4-Stroke, 2-Valve|
|125 cc||124 cc|
|8.18 Bhp @ 7000 rpm||11.8 Bhp @ 9500 rpm|
|10.1 Nm @ 4500 rpm||8.3 NM @ 8500 rpm|
Bore x Stroke
|52.4 mm X 57.9 mm||57.0 mm x 48.8 mm|
|Air cooled||Air cooled|
|102 km/h||105 km/h|
|2 Valve||2 Valve|
Fuel Tank Capacity
|52 km/l||50 km/l|
|112 kg||126 kg|
|165 mm||167 mm|
|805 mm||750 mm|
No. of Gear
|Wet Multi-plate||Wet Multi-plate|
|Telescopic Forks||Hydraulic Telescopic Spring|
|Dual-shock||5-step dual-shock absorber|
|130mm Drum||130mm Drum|
|80/100-18||2.75 – 18 42P|
|80/100-18||90/90 – 18 42P|
|Yamaha Saluto 125||Suzuki GSX 125|
Yamaha Saluto 125 Features
- Standard commuter design.
- Decent color options.
- Front disc with Nissin caliper.
- Excellent balance and control.
- Yamaha Blue-Core engine.
Suzuki GSX 125 Features
- Equipped with Suzuki’s famous GSX DNA.
- Sporty clip-on handlebar first in its segment.
- Longer and wider seating position.
- Decent engine performance.
- Large and muscular fuel tank.