Bluetooth connectivity systems are being added to many scooters in India. The most recent additions are the Suzuki Access 125 and Suzuki Burgman Street, released with Suzuki Ride Connect.
The smartphone is the 79th part of the human body, and according to others, it has become an important part due to the times we live in. You must perform rituals to maintain the relationship throughout the day while both ride the wheel. And in response to consumer expectations, several bike companies in India have developed various affordable scooters that are now smartphone connected.
Turn-by-turn navigation, call/message notification, last parking position, etc., are some of the key features of the capabilities provided by these smartphone connectivity platforms. Suzuki Motorcycle India has only two of them for now. TVS first introduced it with the NTorq 125. Following are the best scooters in India with bluetooth connectivity.
Best Scooters in India with Bluetooth For Navigation
1. Suzuki Burgman Street
The Suzuki Burgman Street is powered by a 124cc, four-stroke, single-cylinder engine that generates 8 horsepower and 10 Nm. The convenience features include a mobile phone charger in the glove box and an integrated engine start/kill switch. It now offers Suzuki Ride Connect, which Android users can access through a smartphone app. Priced at Rs 84,600, the Bluetooth-enabled Suzuki Burgman Street (ex-showroom, Delhi).
2. Suzuki Access 125
The Burgmann’s engine, which produces 8 horsepower and 10 Nm, powers the Access 125 as well. It also gets CBS (Combined Braking System) with Suzuki Ride Link. The Suzuki Access 125 price is Rs. 77,700 (ex-showroom, Delhi) and Rs. 78,600 for the drum brake variant (ex-showroom, Delhi).
3. TVS NTorq 125
The 124.8cc, air-cooled engine in the TVS Ntorq 125 produces 9 horsepower and 10.5 Nm of peak torque. It features an all-digital instrument cluster with Bluetooth, enabling you to pair your smartphone with the scooter. Its features include a charging port, engine kill button, and under-seat storage light. The NTorq 125 is already available for Rs 67,885 for the Drum model, Rs 71,885 for the Disc model, and Rs 74,365 for the Race Edition. The Jupiter Grand, the most reasonably priced scooter in the TVS lineup with smartphone connectivity but is currently out of the market, could be brought back by TVS Motors.
4. Ather 450
The three riding modes of the Ather 450 electric scooter are Eco, Ride, and Sport. The Ride and the Sport claim a range of 65 km and 55 km, respectively, while the Eeco offers a range of 75 km. It has a seven-inch display and Bluetooth. Consumers can also choose the 450X, which is faster and has more features than the 450. The price of an Ather 450 electric scooter is Rs. 1,13,715 (On-Road) – Rs. 1,33,658 (ex-showroom) minus Rs. 26,732 (fame subsidy) plus Rs. 5,778 plus Rs. 1,011 (smart card fee and RTO registration) (insurance).
5. Aprilia SR150 Race (Upcoming)
Bluetooth connectivity will be available for the SR 150 Race, enabling capabilities like car tracking, location, navigation, etc. Consumers can use the Aprilia Bikes Connect app to connect to Android or Apple smartphones via Bluetooth.