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Jun 06

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Suzuki 'Address' commuters with 125cc bike

Suzuki announced the UK introduction of the Address 125 commuter bike last week. The step-through style machine has a four-stroke 125cc engine with a semi-automatic four-speed gearbox and disc brakes. It costs £1699 on the road, and comes with a two year warranty, one year’s breakdown cover, and is available on a two-year finance plan with £48.76 monthly payments. See your local...

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  • Posted 8 years ago (11 June 2007 17:24)

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Aug 02

Posts: 18

flip says:

Why don't they address the rest of our needs and make bikes with decent build quality. My current bike is my third Suzuki and probably my last. I'm sick to death of flaking paint and furry fasteners (which is a shame as I really fancied a gixer 750)

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Jan 05

Posts: 92

coliwobble says:


Looks awful like a Honda Innova 125 to me!

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May 05

Posts: 4

nigglenoo says:

Might look like the Honda to western eyes but if you went to the Far East you would find all the big four Jap brands make step thru models like this, also known as underbones, or in Malaysia they are called kapcais. Yes Yamaha and even Kawasaki make 'em and so do other Far Eastern brands like Kymco, Hyosung and Modenas.

What I don't get is why we have to put up with low spec versions with horrible rust prone spoked steel and chrome wheels when over there there are many models with cast wheels, including the Honda Wave which is very closely related to the Innova??? Also some slightly higher performance versions with a few cc's more than 125.

Modenas with Kawasaki motor here:

Sporty Yamaha Y135LC here:

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