Suzuki Avenis 125: Design & Styling
The Avenis is the latest scooter from the Japanese brand. It is positioned as an urban scooter that people from all walks of life will use. That is why it gets a modern and sporty styling, thanks to dual-tone panels that feature a trapezoidal headlamp. The handlebar cowl accommodates turn indicators with a tiny fly screen. The sleek tail features a dual-stripe LED tail lamp at the back, making the scooter look aspirational.
Suzuki Avenis 125: Features
The brand has given it a fully-digital instrument cluster with Bluetooth connectivity to keep the scooter competitive. As a result of this feature, turn-by-turn navigation, along with message and call alerts, are standard. Furthermore, there’s a USB charger, external fuel filler, and side stand interlock.
Suzuki Avenis 125: Engine & Performance
Powering the new Suzuki Avenis is the same engine that does duty on the Access 125 and the Burgman Street 125. This 125cc, fuel-injected engine churns out 8.5bhp of power and 10Nm of peak torque. It tips the scales at 106kgs which the company says helps make it zippy. However, it’s worth noting that Burgman Street weighs around 2kg lesser than the Avenis.
Suzuki Avenis 125: Colours & Rivals
The Suzuki Avenis 125 will be sold in multiple colours in Japan. In India, the scooter is sold in grey, orange, white, and blue and in the MotoGP edition, which is the most expensive variant. The Avenis competes with the TVS Ntorq in the Indian market and is known for its reliability and refinement.