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Suzuki has started takings bookings for all-new Let's scooter

Suzuki has started takings bookings for all-new Let's scooter

Snapshot: Suzuki has started taking bookings for its new 112cc Let's scooter with an initial amount of Rs. 1000 only

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Suzuki has started taking bookings for the new Let's scooter in India, hinting its launch is around the corner. The Japanese moto maker unveiled the new 112cc scooter at 2014 Auto Expo India and claimed it to be the most fuel efficient scooter in its segment on the Indian roads. The Let's weighs only 98 kgs that makes the ride and parking in urban areas a breeze for young female riders- company's targeted audience for this new scooter.

Powered by a 112cc engine, the Let's gets 8.7 PS of power at 7500 RPM and a peak torque rating at 9 Nm at 5500 RPM while delivering 63 kmpl mileage. Transmission duty gets done by traditional CVT transmission. Suzuki has employed impressive telescopic suspension at front along with 10-inch wheels to make the ride comfortable on our roads.

The bookings for the Let's are open across all Suzuki dealerships and one can book the new scooter with an initial amount of Rs. 1000 only. The company has also started dispatching the Let's to the dealers and the new 112cc scooter is likely to get launched in first week of May. The let's is expected to be priced around Rs. 45000/- in India.

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