The well-received Avenis 125 scooter will now be available in a Standard Edition, according to Suzuki Motorcycle India. In recent months, the model has consistently appeared in the top ten monthly scooter sales charts, and it was previously introduced with the Ride Connect Edition and Race Edition.
Suzuki Avenis 125 Price
In just the third month of deliveries across the country, the Avenis 125 has become a high-demand product, according to the Japanese maker. To meet rising customer demands, Suzuki has introduced a new Standard Edition model, which is priced at Rs. 86,500 (ex-showroom) – roughly Rs. 3,000 less than the other variants.
Suzuki Avenis 125 Features
The Avenis 125 Standard Edition features an exterior hinge style gasoline cap for easy refueling, a big under-seat storage area, motorcycle-inspired rear turn indicators, body-mounted LED headlamp and LED tail lamp, and more. A single-cylinder 125 cc fuel-injected air-cooled engine is used with no performance changes.
Suzuki Avenis 125 Engine And Powertrain
The engine produces 8.7 PS at 6,750 rpm and 10 Nm of peak torque at 5,500 rpm, and is mated to a CVT automatic transmission. The kerb weight of the Avenis 125 is 106 kilos. Satoshi Uchida, Managing Director of Suzuki Motorcycle India Pvt. Ltd., said on the launch:
“It turned out to be true as we got phenomenal response from the customers for Avenis. In fact, today Avenis has become one of the high selling products from the house of Suzuki Motorcycle India. The introduction of the Standard Edition of Avenis is an effort from the company to provide Gen Z customers with more options to choose from.”
Metallic Matte Fibroin Grey / Metallic Lush Green, Pearl Blaze Orange / Glass Sparkle Black, Metallic Matte Black / Glass Sparkle Black, and Pearl Mirage White / Metallic Matte Fibroin Grey are some of the colours available for the Suzuki Avenis 125 Standard Edition without the race-inspired MotoGP graphics and connect features.
Suzuki Avenis 125 Rivals
The TVS Ntorq 125, the more expensive Aprilia SR 125, the Honda Grazia 125, and the Yamaha RayZR are all competitors for the Suzuki Avenis 125. It has a split grab rail inspired by motorcycles, a stylish muffler cover and body graphics, fast-looking alloy wheels, Suzuki logo on the floorboard, and so on.