- Engine: 112 - 112.8 Cc
- Mileage: 63 Kmpl
- Power: 8.5 - 8.7 bhp
- Weight: 98 Kg
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- Dynamic Dual Tone Styling
- 7 Telescopic Suspension
- Cut Away Floorboard
- Central locking and Safety Shutter
- Extra Storage Space, Mobile Charger
- Central Locking
- Space for Mobile Charger
- Maintenance Free Battery
- Trendy Graphics
- Lightweight and nimble
- Efficient engine
- Graphics options
- Uninspiring looks
- Strong competition
Suzuki Let's Overview
Suzuki latest Let's is packed with ultimate features and an innovative SEP technology that stands for Suzuki Eco performance. This scooter features basic body design but covered up by appealing colour shades and attractive graphics options. These vinyls bring a spectacular feel to buyers and grows interest towards this vehicle. That gets paired with a robust suspension setup and frugal engine makes it an ideal buy for everyday college or office use.
Suzuki Let's Engine & Transmission
Powered by 110cc SEP engine, Suzuki Let's delivers 8.7bhp of maximum power at 7,500rpm with 9.0Nm peak torque at 5,500rpm. The engine performs strongly with any stress. The engine is accompanied by automatic CVT transmission that extracts the best possible fuel efficiency figures from this runabout. A kerb weight of 98kg is one of the lightest around and makes handling as easy as possible. Power delivery is smooth and is predictable. There is slight noticeable lag in the mid-range when the power flattens, but really is not much of a concern.
Suzuki Let's Mileage
That low body weight also helps with better efficiency figures. Suzuki promises it returns 63kmpl under their test conditions. The scooter in real world conditions though hovers around the 52kmpl mark.
Suzuki Let's Performance and Handling
With special attention to handling characteristics of the Let's, Suzuki has lightened it with plastic panels around. This gives dividends as the scooter is very easy to flick about.Rough roads are handled with ease and the scooter does not loose its footing through bumpy rides. The suspension is setup stiff at the rear which aids cornering maneuvers. Also the braking could have been better, especially at the rear. You really have to rely on using both the brakes strongly to get a confident stop.
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Suzuki Let's Users Reviews (27 reviews)
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