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2011 Suzuki Thunder 125

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Due to the combination of its powerful 125cc engine, convenient handling and stylish form, the new Suzuki Thunder 125 is perfect as an on-road street bike for leisure/club riding. It is targeted at experienced male riders between 30-40 years old, who have the riding maturity to handle the Suzuki Thunder 125’s relatively larger size, and is expected to appeal to solo riders who wish to upgrade from a standard underbone model.

The new Suzuki Thunder’s 125cc engine delivers a well-balanced combination of torque and power. Its PAIR (Pulsed Secondary Air Injection) System delivers environment-friendly and fuel-efficient performance. Its backbone set-up ensures a comfortable riding position as well as optimum handling stability and maneuverability. Other superlative features include lightweight aluminum mag wheels, integrated lower engine cowling, dependable front disc brake, dynamic speedometer with gear indicator, a sporty muffler, and an electric/kick starter.

With the increasing popularity of backbone recreation models and sporty street bikes in the Asian region, the new Suzuki Thunder 125 is slated to be a very strategic model which will help establish Suzuki as a class-leading brand. Its top-of-the-line features, high-torque 125cc engine, and sporty styling in a backbone chassis make the Suzuki Thunder 125 the perfect machine for city streets, where riding is an everyday adventure for motorcycle users in the urban setting.

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