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Suzuki Avenis vs 2022 Suzuki Swish 125: Photo Comparison

Modified On Feb 24, 2022 08:56 AM By Team Bikedekho for Suzuki Avenis

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Let's find out how the Peregrine Falcon-inspired 2022 Swish 125 fares against its Indian cousin in images 

Suzuki has just updated the Swish 125 for 2022 in the Taiwanese market that now gets the iconic Hayabusa-inspired paint scheme and a new engine. Meanwhile, here in India, the brand offers the Avenis. So let's see how both these 125cc sporty scooters fare against each other, via images. 

Starting with the design, both scooters feature a sharp and sporty look, thanks to their edgy body panels. The fascia of the Avenis mounts an LED headlight with DRLs and handlebar-mounted bulb turn indicators. Meanwhile, the Swish 125 gets a faux air intake vent for a sportier look and an apron-mounted LED headlight with DRLs and bulb indicators. 

Moving to the side, both scooters look almost the same as they feature a 'Suzuki' sticker below the floorboard. They come with a single-piece step-up seat, sharp rear grab handles, a stubby exhaust and an 'Avenis' and 'Swish' badge at the rear fenders, respectively. 

Both scooters also get a lean tail section. The Avenis mounts twin triangular-shaped LED taillight with halogen indicators, while the Swish 125 features three horizontal LED stripes for the taillight and bulbs for the indicators. 

On the features front, the Avenis comes equipped with a side stand engine cut off, idle stop-start system, an engine kill switch, and apron-mounted USB charging port. There are two cubby holes with a capacity of one litre (left) and 1.6-litres (right), and a 21.8-litre underseat storage. The scooter comes with a fully digital Bluetooth-enabled instrument cluster that also features turn-by-turn navigation. 

The Swish 125, on the other hand, is offered with an anti-skid footboard, apron-mounted storage space with a USB charging port, and a fully digital instrument cluster that displays speed, mileage, fuel level, time, and oil change alert. This console misses out on smartphone connectivity and turn-by-turn navigation.

Both scooters are powered by a 124cc single-cylinder air-cooled engine. The Avenis delivers 8.7PS and 10Nm. Meanwhile, the Swish puts out 8.8PS and 9.6Nm. The motor on the 2022 Swish 125 is a new unit developed in Japan.

The ride of the Avenis is taken care of by a telescopic fork at the front and a monoshock at the rear, while the Swish employs a telescopic fork and dual-shock absorber setup. For braking, both scooters use a disc/drum setup.

The Suzuki Avenis is offered in four colours: Green, White, Red and Black. The Swish 125 is available in eight paint schemes: Black/Gold, Silver/Red, Blue/Silver, Red/Black, Black, Blue/Silver (phase 6), Grey/White, and Blue. 

The Avenis is priced at Rs 86,700 and Rs 87,000 (ex-showroom Delhi) for the Standard variant and the Race Edition respectively. Meanwhile, the Swish 125 is available in two variants that cost NTW 82,800 (around Rs 2.22 lakh) and NTW 78,800 (around Rs 2.11 lakh) respectively. Summing up, though we do not have the Swish 125 here, the Avenis is still a great proposition for those who are looking for a practical yet sporty 125cc scooter.

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