1982 | Gemma 125

Fashionable four-stroke model riding the wave of the scooter boom

Gemma 125

Responding to the scooter boom of the early 1980s, this is the highest grade of the Gemma series, which originally debuted as a 50 cm³ model. Its 125 cm³ air-cooled 4-stroke 1-cylinder engine was the largest Japanese-manufactured scooter engine of the time, and the only 4-stroke model in the Gemma series. The unique Suzuki Twin Dome Combustion Chamber (STDCC) helped this engine generate a high maximum power of 8.0 PS, stable torque, impressively low fuel consumption, and superb quietness. Matching the fashionable styling, the Gemma 125 was offered with either a 2-person double seat or a pillion seat for commercial applications.

Dimensions and weight Dimensions Overall length 1,770 mm
Overall width 675 mm
Overall height 1,070 mm
Wheelbase 1,250 mm
Weight 92 kg (Dry)
Engine Engine type 4-stroke, 1-cylinder, air-cooled, SOHC
Engine displacement 124 cm³
Bore x stroke 57.0 mm × 48.8 mm
Maximum power 5.9kW(8.0PS) / 7,500rpm
Maximum torque 8.9N-m / 4,000rpm
Transmission 3-speed constant mesh
Front tire size 3.50-10-4PR
Rear tire size 3.50-10-4PR