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Suzuki Avenis vs TVS NTorq 125: Photo Comparison

Modified On Nov 19, 2021 12:32 PM By Manaal Mahatme for Suzuki Avenis

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Can Suzuki’s sporty 125cc scooter steal the thunder from the TVS NTorq 125? We let the photos do the talking

The TVS NTorq 125 has been Gen Z’s favourite sporty 125cc scooter, and now Suzuki has entered the space with the new Avenis. But does the Japanese scooter have what it takes to woo the crowds away from the quickest 125cc scooter in India? Let’s find out:


The Suzuki Avenis bears an uncanny resemblance to the TVS NTorq 125. Given that both the scooters are meant to cater to the young audience, a sporty design was expected, but the Japanese bikemaker’s attempt comes out as a rip-off of the TVS NTorq. Right from the handlebar-mounted indicators, to the aggressive bodywork and even the split grab rails look eerily similar to the TVS scooter.



Both the scooters feature a trapezoidal headlight with LED DRLs. While the NTorq 125 allows you to opt between a halogen and LED headlight, depending on the variant, the Avenis comes with only LED headlight.

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For a generation that always stays connected, both these scooters come with Bluetooth-enabled instrument consoles with turn-by-turn navigation as standard. However, Suzuki has dialled things up a notch by offering WhatsApp call alerts.


To match the snazzy styling, the Suzuki Avenis and the TVS NTorq 125 come with peppy engines. The Japanese scooter’s 124.3cc is shared with the Suzuki Access and makes 8.7PS at 6750rpm and 10Nm at 5500rpm. Meanwhile, the NTorq 125’s 124.8cc mill churns 9.38PS at 7000rpm and 10.5NM at 5,500rpm. With this Race XP variant, the performance goes to 10.2PS and 10.8Nm. Heck, there’s even riding modes on the XP variant.


The Suzuki Avenis and the NTorq feature a similar suspension setup consisting of a telescopic fork and monoshock. Even the braking setup with a disc at the front and a drum unit at the rear is common in both scooters, but the NTorq features a petal disc. While the Suzuki runs on a 12-inch front wheel and a 10-inch rear wheel, the NTorq 125 flaunts 12-inch units at both ends.


Both the scooters feature an external, hinged fuel filler cap. While the Avenis gets a 5.2-litre tank, the NTorq flaunts a 5.5-litre unit.


The Suzuki Avenis scores high on practicality too, with an underseat storage capacity of 21.8 litres, and a apron-mounted storage pocket with USB charger to charge your phone. Meanwhile, the NTorq doesn’t offer a cubbyhole at the front but has a slightly bigger underseat storage of 22-litres and comes with a USB charger.

Suzuki is offering the Avenis in Ride Connect Edition and a Race Edition. On the other hand, the TVS NTorq 125 offers a Standard (drum and disc), Race Edition, Super Squad Edition and a more powerful Race XP Edition.

Suzuki Avenis

TVS NTorq 125

Ride Connect (Rs 86,700)

Drum: Rs 73,200

Rae Edition (Rs 87,000)

Disc: Rs77,725


Race Edition: Rs  81,225


Super Squad Edition: Rs 83,325


Race XP: Rs 85,025

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