The 2013 Suzuki Let's - 110cc Daily Commuter Scooter

The Suzuki Let's, a new 110cc class scooter from Suzuki Thailand. The first impression of the Suzuki Let's is that it shows Suzuki still has what it needs to build a quality useful scooter, with the ability to be comfortable and powerful enough to be useful.

The Suzuki Let's is powered by a single-cylinder, air-cooled, 4-stroke SOHC, 112.7cc engine, equipped with a modern fuel-injection system. Engine and performance technical the Suzuki scooter is not much different than a modern Yamaha or a Honda with comparable engine size. The Suzuki Let's is one of the first scooters that official is able to use E20 gasohol fuel (20% ethanol and 80% benzine).

The Suzuki Let's is build by following the LEaP Technology concept, which basically stands for Light, Efficient and Powerful. With 91kg overall weight the Suzuki Let's is surely light, and with the help of the modern fuel injection system and optimized combustion chamber of the 112.7cc engine it's surely fuel efficient. We can also say that the engine is powerful considering it's only an 112.7cc.
Suzuki uses a steel, underbone-type chassis, which provides strength and stability and can rival with any other scooter available. The front suspension is by telescopic forks and for the rear Suzuki is using a standard single-shock absorber, with the engine a stressed member of the frame as we find on most Thai scooters.

The upright riding posture feels comfortable and right for a commuter, and although the Suzuki Let's floorboard is not the biggest, it doesn't hamper riding pleasure. The Suzuki Let's offers light handling and precise steering. Even for longer rides the 14” wheels guaranty stability, while still able to go around corners as well as any scooter we have tested. The Suzuki Let's is remarkable stable at all speeds.
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Tuesday, 26 February 2013 @ 07:05 PM ICT
The ability to drink "E20" will attract many customers. I believe Honda & Yamaha will try to follow in the future.


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