With its thumping four-stroke 125cc engine, with continuously variable transmission (CVT) and fuel injection the Suzuki Skydrive 125 provides a cracking ride and is the second CVT scooter with fuel injection on the Thai domestic market.
Acceleration is brisk, feeling only a shade off the way a imported Suzuki Sixteen 150 takes off, while the chassis is more than capable of holding the whole plot in line. For the development of the Suzuki Skydrive 125's body Suzuki designers looked clearly for ways to make the Skydrive more aerodynamic. Top speed is impressive as the engine keeps on revving, developing its full power around 7500rpm mark, keeping you safely ahead of the traffic flow on all but the fastest of roads.
The rear suspension is a treat to ride, it provides a really accurate and sure-footed ride at all times, making the Suzuki Skydrive 125 great fun around twisty roads.
With such a good job having been made in all areas of the scoot, it is hard to single out one particular, outstanding feature, that is, until it is time to stop. One of the real stars of the show are the Skydrive's brakes, the brakes on the Suzuki Skydrive 125 are superb.
The Suzuki Skydrive with its advance electronic fuel injection certainly marks a quantum leap for Suzuki in Thailand and we should see the Suzuki Skydrive 125 showing up all over the place, not least in the best sellers' lists.
The 125cc engine with technology developed by international Suzuki racing teams, state of the art engine technology as DCP-FI (Discharge Pump Fuel Injection) and ultra modern ECM (Engine Control Module) make the Suzuki Skydrive 125 the CVT leader in performance and fuel economics.
Providing the scooting population can cope with the name, they will be rewarded with style, performance and outstanding fuel economics. Whatever test you apply to the Suzuki Skydrive 125, they pass with flying colors and exude confidence especially at speed and in bends. The Suzuki Skydrive 125 look good and ride superbly.