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Suzuki Avenis: Real World Performance Explained

Modified On Feb 17, 2022 10:04 AM By Aamir Momin for Suzuki Avenis

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Here’s how Suzuki’s latest sporty 125cc scooter performs in the real world

Suzuki launched its sporty offering in the 125cc scooter segment, the Suzuki Avenis, in November last year. The scooter rivals the TVS NTorq 125. Let’s see how it performs in real world conditions.






Suzuki Avenis 




The Suzuki Avenis is powered by the same 124cc air-cooled engine as the Suzuki Burgman Street, dishing out 8.7PS and 10Nm. However, the light weight (106kg) of the scooter aids for a better acceleration even compared to its rival the NTorq. It offers brisk low-end grunt, and this coupled with the vibe-free engine makes it an effortless performer. The acceleration is great till 40kmph, post which the momentum slowly starts reducing. 

Roll-on Acceleration 


Roll-On Acceleration 20-50kmph

Suzuki Avenis 


The Avenis performs well in terms of roll-on acceleration, however, it does not offer the performance on tap that a sporty scooter would flaunt. It is quick, but it can be quicker. Rather than going right off the bat, the Avenis takes a slow and gradual progression to its speed. However, the light weight really helps the roll-on acceleration performance, making it perform almost the same as its rival, the NTorq.

Fuel Efficiency




Suzuki Avenis 



The Suzuki Avenis gets a 5.6-litre fuel tank, which is big for a scooter. The Avenis’ inherent lightness and the motor’s easy-going nature makes for a fuel efficient sporty scooter. It offers a respectable mileage on the highway, almost 1kmpl more than what the NTorq offers. However, the scooter offers more than 2kmpl less mileage than its sibling, the Burgman Street, and its rival, the NTorq, even after weighing less than the two scooters. That said, the overall efficiency figures in both city and on the highway are commendable for a 125cc scooter.  




Suzuki Avenis 


The Avenis comes equipped with a front disc and a rear drum brake setup, with combined braking system. On the braking front, the Avenis falls short as it takes more time than the NTorq to come to a standstill. However it is still quicker at stopping than most in the 125cc segment, but from a sporty scooter, you would expect better braking prowess, particularly a stronger bite and better feedback from the levers.

Even though it is on the more expensive side in its segment, the Suzuki Avenis makes for a balanced 125cc scooter between performance and conventional usability. It will be your daily commuter but with a feel of sportiness.

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