Ntorq-rivalling Suzuki Avenis launched at Rs 86,700

By Divyank Kushagra Bansal | on November 18, 2021

Featuring dynamic styling and top-shelf features, the Suzuki Avenis has arrived to take its 125cc rivals head-on.

Suzuki has expanded its scooter line-up in India by launching the new Avenis. The 125cc scooter is priced at ₹86,700 for all colour options, but those looking for a more visually appealing version can opt for the Avenis Race Edition, which is priced at ₹87,000 (all price figures are ex-showroom, Delhi). The latter comes draped in Suzuki's signature Metallic Triton Blue and MotoGP-inspired race livery.

The third 125cc offering from Suzuki in India, the Avenis is essentially based on the same platform as the Access 125. As a result, the former offers the same chassis and powertrain set up – it's powered by a single-cylinder SOHC air-cooled motor, which develops 8.6bhp and 10Nm of torque. These figures are the same as the Access. The CVT gearbox and the kick/electric starter system also remain unchanged. However, the Avenis is slightly longer and wider than its sibling and also offers a slightly larger fuel tank (5.2 litres).

On the visual front, the Avenis has been designed while keeping younger buyers in mind, and therefore it rivals the likes of the TVS Ntorq and Yamaha Ray-ZR 125 – scooters with a very sporty design and attractive paint schemes. Speaking of colour options, the Avenis, apart from the Race Edition, is also available in Metallic Matte Fibroin Grey/Metallic Lush Green, Pearl Blaze Orange/Glass Sparkle Black, Metallic Matte Black/Glass Sparkle Black, and Pearl Mirage White/Metallic Matte Fibroin Grey colour options.

In terms of features, the Avenis offers pretty much the same kit as its sibling – alloy wheels, LED lighting, an external fuel filler cap, USB charging socket, a front disc brake, etc. Right now, Suzuki has launched the Avenis only in its Ride Connect variant (Standard Edition to arrive soon), so the scooter offers Suzuki's Ride Connect features as standard, which can be accessed via a Bluetooth-enabled digital console.

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