Suzuki has entered the sporty 125cc segment with the new Avenis. It is aimed directly at the TVS NTorq 125, and even looks part of it. But is it a capable scooter in itself or just a skin-deep imitation? We took the scooter out for rotation, and here’s everything you need to know before putting this check down.
Suzuki Avenis was launched in November 2021. It sits midway between the family-friendly Suzuki Access 125 and the maxi-style offering, the Suzuki Burgman Street. You can view our launch report here.
Likes and Dislikes
We took the Suzuki Avenis through its pace and here’s what we like and dislike about the sporty scooter. You can also check out our review in detailed images here.
Photo Comparison Gallery
Compared to the rest of Suzuki’s scooter lineup, the Avenis is a fair looker. We compared it with its primary rival, TVS NTorq 125. You can also see how it stacks up against another rival, the Yamaha RayZR 125 FI, in our image comparison gallery. In February, the Taiwanese arm of Suzuki launched the 2022 Swish 125 with several updates. Know how it stacks up against its homegrown cousin, the Avenis in the images here.
Suzuki offers the Avenis in five different options. Here’s a rundown of each color scheme.
Real World Performance Explained
Wondering how the Suzuki Avenis performs in the real world? How is its acceleration and braking figures? What about real world mileage? Find all answers here.
Overall, the Suzuki Avenis strikes the perfect balance between being a sporty scooter for twisty weekends and a no-nonsense commuter for your office commute on weekdays. It offers good performance, is fuel efficient and practical too. Sure, it has some flaws in its armor, but none of them are serious enough to be a dealbreaker. If you are looking for a well rounded 125cc scooter that looks stylish as well, then the Avenis is a great option.