Suzuki just launched the new Avenis sporty scooter in the Indian market. The new scooter targets the young-generation audience, and the brand boasts that the Avenis will soon become popular among the college-going crowd. The Suzuki Avenis also features the latest-generation electronic features and a clean BS6 compliant engine. This enables the Avenis 125 to directly compete with the TVS Ntorq 125 in the Indian market. In this specification comparison, we pin the new Avenis with the already popular Ntorq so that you can make an informed buying decision.
Suzuki Avenis Vs. TVS Ntorq – Price
The Suzuki Avenis 125 made its debut in the Indian market at the price of INR 86,700 ex-showroom Delhi. The special edition Avenis with Metallic Triton Blue colour livery inspired by the MotoGP racing team comes with a price tag of INR 87,000 ex-showroom. On the other hand, the TVS Ntorq comes with a price tag starting at INR 73,270 ex-showroom, Delhi. The top-spec Race XP edition Ntorq comes with INR 85,025 ex-showroom.
Suzuki Avenis Vs. TVS Ntorq – Engine Specifications
Powering the Suzuki Avenis is a 125cc air-cooled single-cylinder four-stroke engine. The motor produces 8.6 Hp of power and 10 Nm of torque. The engine comes with a CVT automatic gearbox offering a combination of performance and efficiency. On the other hand, the TVS Ntorq comes with a 125cc single-cylinder air/fan-cooled motor. The engine produces 10.2 PS of power and 10.8 Nm of torque. The scooter comes with a Race Tuned Fuel Injection (RT-Fi) technology and a CVT automatic gearbox.
Suzuki Avenis Vs. TVS Ntorq – Running Gear
The Suzuki Avenis comes with a telescopic suspension on the front and a single shock-absorber on a swingarm rear. The Avenis measures 1,895 mm in length, 710 mm in width, 1,175 mm in height. The scooter comes with a 1,265 mm wheelbase. The Avenis comes with 160 mm of ground clearance and 780 mm of seat height. The scooter also tips the scales at 106 kg at the kerb. The TVS Ntorq, on the other hand, comes with telescopic front suspension and hydraulic rear suspension. The Ntorq measures 1861mm in length, 710mm in width, 1164mm in height and a wheelbase of 1285mm. The Ntorq comes with a ground clearance of 155mm and tips the scales at 118 kg at the kerb.
Suzuki Avenis Vs. TVS Ntorq – Features
The Suzuki Avenis comes with features such as Suzuki Smart Connect with a full-digital instruments cluster. The Avenis also comes with features such as sporty graphics, muffler cover, alloy wheels, front rack, long footboard etc. The TVS Ntorq comes with features such as TVS SMARTXONNECT, an AI-ready technology featuring Bluetooth connectivity. The scooter also gets ample space on the footboard and under-seat storage.