Less than a week after the launch of the Suzuki Avensis 125 in the Indian market. Due to the design and impressive equipment, the scooter is expected to get a good response from the younger generation. The Avensis 125 is much more sophisticated than the Access 125 and Burgman Street. Let’s take a look at the five main features of the two-wheeler.
Design and Styling
Avios comes with a very sporty and aggressive design. Compared to other scooters of the company, it is still far ahead in the race of sporty design. It has LED headlamps, a small visor with a handlebar cowl, and a sharp look turn indicator. There is also a large seat, split grab rail, sporty body panel, and an LED taillight cluster.
The Avios is built on the same platform as the Suzuki Access 125. As a result, prices have dropped slightly, but Suzuki has not compromised on quality. The chassis is built with special care, which keeps the driver in good balance while driving.
Powertrain and performance
The Suzuki Avinis 125 has a 124.3 cc air-cooled, single-cylinder engine. It has a maximum power of 7.8 PS and a maximum torque of 10 Nm. Due to its low carb weight (106 kg), it is easy to handle and has excellent performance while running.
Equipment and features
The Suzuki Avinis 125 comes with sophisticated features. Features include a fully digital LCD instrument cluster (Bluetooth-enabled smartphone connectivity), LED headlights, LED taillights, a USB charging port, external fuel filler caps, and more. Call alerts, text alerts (SMS WhatsApp), turn-by-turn navigation, etc. will also appear on the display if the smartphone is connected to the Suzuki Ride Connect app available in it.
Price and rivals
The Suzuki Avensis 125 comes in two variants – Ride Connect Edition and Race Edition. They are priced at Rs 7,800 and Rs 8,000 respectively (ex-showroom, Delhi). Its closest competitor in the Indian market is the TVS Ntorq 125.