Suzuki Avenis 125 is finally available in Nepal.
VG Suzuki, the authorized distributor of Suzuki scooters in Nepal, has launched its newest scooter.
Suzuki Avenis 125 is a new product that further expands its current portfolio. It will be something very different than the past Suzuki scooters.
As for the pricing, the Suzuki Avenis 125 price in Nepal is Rs. 2.99 Lakhs.
The introductory price makes it the most expensive scooter in the Suzuki portfolio. Nonetheless, it is the most advanced scooter, boasting with exciting features and brand-new styling.
It should be noted that the Suzuki Avenis comes only in the Standard Edition for the Nepali market. Hence, it misses out on the new Ride Connect Bluetooth connectivity.
With that said, let’s take a quick look at the Suzuki Avenis 125 in Nepal along with its key specifications.
Suzuki Avenis 125 Specifications
- Engine Type: Single-Cylinder, 4-stroke, SOHC, FI
- Emission Standard: BS6
- Displacement: 124.3 cc
- Cooling System: Air-Cooled
- Starting Mechanism: Electric Starter & Kick Starter
- Max Power: 8.7 PS @ 6750 rpm
- Max Torque: 10.2 Nm @ 5500 rpm
- Top Speed: 91 Kmph
- Fuel Tank Capacity: 5.2 liters
- Mileage: 45-50 kmpl
- Front Tyre: 90/90-12 – Disc
- Rear Tyre: 90/100-10 – Drum
- Tubeless Tyres: Yes
- Braking System: Combi Braking System (CBS)
- Suspension Setup: Telescopic Front and Mono Shock Swing Arm
- Seat Height: 780mm
- Ground Clearance: 160 mm
- Under Seat Storage Capacity: 22 liters
- Kerb Weight: 106 Kg
- Colors: Green, Orange, White, and Black
Suzuki Avenis 125 Price in Nepal: Rs. 2,99,900
Suzuki Avenis 125 Overview
Suzuki Avenis 125 features a drastically different styling. In contrast to the existing Suzuki scooters, it has a more sporty appearance.
Both the front and the rear sections get an aggressive design, also dubbed the “Advanced Sporty Styling”.
The front comes with a body-mounted LED headlamp. Moreover, it gets handlebar integrated indicators along with a sporty meter visor.
Interestingly enough, the side profile feels the most familiar. It carries that muscular appeal with its aggressive claddings and sharp lines.
However, the design strongly resembles a TVS NTorq scooter.
Unfortunately, that familiarity continues at the rear section as well. Whether it’s the twin-LED lamp or the sport grab bar, it just does not feel unique enough from its popular competition.
Suzuki Avenis 125 comes in four colors: Green, Orange, White, and Black.
Suzuki Avenis 125 BS6 is powered by a 124.3cc, Single-Cylinder, 2-valve, air-cooled, SOHC, FI engine. It can generate a max power of 8.7PS at 6750rpm and a max torque of 10Nm at 5500rpm.
Moreover, it is mated to a CVT transmission with a 5.2-liter fuel tank capacity.
It is not only that, rather there are a few part-sharing going on.
Avenis borrows tyres sizes, suspension setup, and ground clearance from its siblings as well.
The dimensions are 1895mm in length, 710mm in width, and 1175mm in height.
Suzuki Avenis 125 comes with a 160mm ground clearance. And, the kerb weight stands at 106kg.
Unlike its siblings, Avenis 125 sports a 22–liter massive under-seat storage.
Here is a quick list of features in the upcoming Suzuki Avenis 125.
Suzuki Avenis 125 Features Highlight
- BS6-compliant FI Engine
- Advanced Sporty Styling
- Body Mounted LED Headlamp with Twin LED Tail Lamp
- Digital Meter
- Integrated Engine Kill Switch
- Suzuki Easy Start System
- Sporty Meter Visor
- Dual Luggage Hooks
- Front Storage Box with USB Charging
- External Fuel Cap
- 22-liter Under Seat Storage
Suzuki Avenis 125 Price in Nepal and Availability
As for the costs, the Suzuki Avenis 125 price in Nepal is Rs. 2.99 Lakhs. It will be available in a single variant without the RideConnect option.
The price does sit along with other premium 125cc scooters in the segment.
|Suzuki Avenis 125||Price in Nepal|
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Avenis 125 brings in the sporty character of the NTorq 125 and matches refinement levels of the Grazia 125. And, it is far more practical and feature rich than the Aprilia SR 125.
Unfortunately, Suzuki Nepal has decided to go for the Standard Edition of the Suzuki Avenis.
If it would have included the RideConnect feature, it would have gotten a competitive edge over TVS, Yamaha, and Honda. Although a bit disappointing, it should not take away from the punchy experience of the Avenis.
Nevertheless, it will be interesting to see how everything pans out!
Also, don’t forget to watch our Suzuki Burgman Street 125 review!
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