People go to tailoring shops to have a Barong Tagalog or a suit custom made for that great feel and to achieve an exact fit. The Suzuki Skydrive 125 is a mass produced scooter and has a tailor fit ride. Tackling turns on long and winding roads or simply do a lane splitting move and it does exactly that, with no hesitation. After twisting the throttle down, running at maximum toll ways speed limit, it feels like it is slicing through the head wind and would certainly go further into extra-legal speeds. During bumper to bumper traffic running at relatively walking speed, just keep your cool, maintain proper riding stance to keep the balance and your feet can stay on the floor board. The lengths of the handle bar is just right for easy manoeuvrability and for low speed turns with the rider’s body weight counter the turn, it would do just that, smoothly. The front cross-drilled ventilated brakes and rear drum brakes, when applied together puts the Suzuki Skydrive 125 to a quick halt.
When seated, the easy to read, well lit instrument cluster provides basic information except for the right time. Below the handle bar a thoughtful gesture from the Suzuki designers and engineers, you will find left and right bottle holders or for whatever you would want to place in, as long as it would fit and not to disrupt the handle bar swing from side to side. The controls from both ends of the handle bar are easy to flick and the headlight control switch is now extinct, it has an ON light mode, after starting the engine although the high and low beam control switch is there for the riders preference. The multi-reflector wide angle V-design headlamp provides good headlight density and beams the road ahead for safety. Under the seat you will find the fuel tank with a 3.9 liter capacity and a utility box for small items. The seat itself is comfortable, even for two.
The long wait to test ride a Suzuki Skydrive 125 was worth it and riding it, the pleasure is all mine. SRP PHP 69,900.00