Suzuki India launched the Avenis 125 sometime last year and it was done in a bid to offer a slightly more youthful offering than the Access 125 while being different from the Burgman 125. Now, the Avenis is mechanically similar to its aforementioned siblings but differs on other fronts. Let’s take a close look at all its essential aspects.
What are the specifications and fuel economy of the Suzuki Avenis 125?
Suzuki has used the same engine as the Access 125 for the Avenis. It’s a 124.3cc single-cylinder mill that makes 8.58bhp and 10Nm. The motor is linked to a CVT gearbox and offers commendable performance. We conducted a fuel efficiency test for the Avenis and it returned 49.61kmpl. If you multiply this number by its fuel tank capacity of 5.2-litre, the Avenis is good for 260km at once. But the range could vary as per your riding style and conditions.
What are the colour options available for the Suzuki Avenis 125?
Suzuki offers the Avenis 125 in four paint schemes: Metallic Lush Green, Pearl Blaze Orange, Pearl Mirage White and Metallic Matte Black. Suzuki offers another option of Metallic Triton Blue as a separate variant and calls it the Racing Edition. It takes inspiration from Suzuki’s then-MotoGP racing colours and livery.
What are the variants, prices, and rivals of the Suzuki Avenis 125?
There are three variants of the Suzuki Avenis on sale - standard, Race Edition and Ride Connect Edition. The third option comes with smartphone connectivity to enhance the user experience. The asking price for the base model is Rs. 87,800 while the Race and Ride Connect trims cost Rs. 92,300 and Rs. 92,000 (all ex-showroom, Delhi), respectively.