Suzuki Avenis, the brand new 125cc scooter from the Japanese two-wheeler manufacturer, has been launched in the country. The scooter comes in two variations and four color options: orange, black, white and fluorescent green. The MotoGP-inspired special color edition is available in Metallic Triton Blue. While the Standard variant is priced at Rs 86,700, the Avenis Race Edition costs Rs 87,000 (all, excluding showroom). At this price, the new Suzuki 125cc scooter takes over directly from the Yamaha RayZR and TVS Ntorq.
After Access and Burgman Street, this is Suzuki’s third 125cc offering in India. The template features sporty design elements and new technological features. Visually, the new Suzuki Avenis looks sportier than the Access 125. Its front fascia features trapezoidal LED headlamps with integrated daytime running lights, a small windshield, black mirrors, colorful upholstery and protruding pleats. .
Similar to the SR 125 and SR 160, it has turn signals integrated into the handlebar cover. Some of its other highlights include bold side pleats, sidestand locking, dual luggage hooks, sporty graphics, long floor, front dashboard for storage, alloy rims, cargo cover. sporty muffler, split grab bars and split triangular LED taillights.
Functionally, the Suzuki Avenis offers a fully digital instrument cluster similar to Burgman Street and Access. The unit supports Bluetooth connectivity for features such as turn-by-turn navigation and call / message alerts, powered by the Suzuki Ride Connect app. It also has a USB charger, a built-in engine start and stop switch, and an external fuel filler cap.
The new Suzuki scooter gets its power from an air-cooled 124cc single-cylinder engine, borrowed from Burgman Street. The engine develops maximum power of 8.5 hp at 6,750 rpm and torque of 10 Nm at 5,500 rpm. A CVT (continuously variable transmission) gearbox supplies power to the rear wheel.