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Top 5 two-wheeler launches in November 2021: Suzuki Avenis 125, Yamaha R15S V3.0 and more!

01 December 2021, 01:13 PM Anuj Mishra
Top 5 two-wheeler launches in November 2021: Suzuki Avenis 125, Yamaha R15S V3.0 and more!

This year’s festive season showed signs of the market recovering from the COVID-19-struck slowdown. A lot of manufacturers introduced new products in different segments. The month of November, in particular, was an interesting one with a host of new entrants in India. In case you missed them, here’s the list of the top five two-wheeler launches in the last month. 

Suzuki Avenis 125 Right Side View

Suzuki Avenis 125 

Suzuki entered the 125cc sport scooter genre with the launch of the all-new Avenis 125. And this scooter not only competes against the TVS Ntorq 125 but also looks somewhat similar to it. The overall styling is futuristic and aggressive, in line with the preference of its targeted customer base – Gen Z. It also gets a bunch of modern features like a Bluetooth-enabled display. The hardware package, meanwhile, is nearly identical to the existing Access 125. The prices of the Suzuki Avenis 125 start from Rs 86,700.

Suzuki Avenis 125 Right Side View

Aprilia SR 125 and SR 160 facelift

Piaggio gave its SR models a much-needed makeover that has had been due for a long time. The SR 125 and the SR 160 get a re-designed front fascia with a more aggressive-looking front apron. The headlamp and tail lamp design are also new, besides the inclusion of LED lighting. On the feature front, there’s a new fully-digital LCD console as well. These changes have brought along a price hike of around Rs 12,000 and Rs 11,000 for SR 125 and SR 160, respectively.

Suzuki Avenis 125 Right Side View

Yamaha YZF R15S V3.0

After launching the new YZF R15 V4 in September, Yamaha brought back the previous model of the motorcycle as an S variant. With a price tag of Rs 1,57,600, it is considerably cheaper than the V4. While it’s identical to the previous V3 on all fronts, the only difference is the inclusion of a single-piece seat that should be more spacious and comfortable than the split-seat unit. It’s likely to be available only till stocks last. 

Suzuki Avenis 125 Right Side View

2022 TVS Apache RTR 200 4V

Keeping with its tradition of consistently refreshing its products, TVS launched the 2022 edition of the Apache RTR 200 4V. The only update it has received is in the form of a new LED headlight set up with an integrated Daytime Running Lamp (DRL). The motorcycle remains unchanged in all other aspects and we aren’t complaining at all. The Apache RTR 200 4V is already a desirable offering in terms of engine, hardware, styling, and features. 

Suzuki Avenis 125 Right Side View

Ducati Panigale V4 SP 

In the high-end premium motorcycle segment, we saw the entry of the top-spec SP variant of the Ducati Panigale V4 in India. It gets a new ‘Winter Test’ livery along with a host of top-notch cycle parts. For instance, there are Marchesini forged aluminium wheels with Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa SP tyres. It also sports carbon fibre wings, Ohlins suspension, and Brembo brakes. What’s more, it’s also 1.3kg lighter than the standard variant. Pegged at Rs 36.07 lakh, the Panigale V4 SP is around Rs 8 lakh dearer than the base model. 

(All prices are ex-showroom)

               

Suzuki Avenis 125

Suzuki Avenis 125

  • Displacement124 cc
  • Max Power(bhp)8.58 bhp
  • Kerb Weight106 kg
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Avg. Ex-showroom price

₹ 88,800

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