Suzuki Avenis 125 is a scooter model that is “storming” in the Indian domestic market when continuously appearing in the top best-selling cars every month. To strengthen this position, the motorcycle manufacturer from Japan has continued to launch the latest version called Standard Edition for this sports scooter line.
Different from the two previous elder versions, Ride Connect Edition and Race Edition, the Standard Edition version has had some tweaks to reach a wider audience of more popular customers with a price tag of only about Rs 86,500 (about VND 26 million). ), which is Rs 3,000 cheaper than other variants.
Specifically in terms of design, the Avenis 125 Standard Edition does not have MotoGP graphics, but instead has a simpler but equally attractive texture scheme.
The car still has a sporty and modern design thanks to bold, angular cuts throughout from the front to the rear. (Source: Autocarindia)
The large LED headlights are prominently arranged in the middle of the overall front, while the turn signals are located separately at the top of the car.
The rear end is still a unique jet-style split LED taillight with two separate turn signals. (Source: Overdrive)
The overall dimensions of the Avenis 125 Standard Edition still maintain the length x width x height of 1,895 x 710 x 1,175 mm, seat height 780 mm and weight about 106 kg. (Source: Carandbike)
Outstanding equipment on the Avenis 125 Standard Edition will include a digital clock but will not integrate Bluetooth connectivity as on the Ride Connect Edition and Race Edition versions, USB charging port, storage compartment, front hook. , convenient external fuel cap, quite spacious storage compartment with a capacity of 12.8 liters, fuel tank capacity of 5.2 liters …
The clock cluster is modern and sharp. (Source: Carandbike)
Avenis 125 Standard Edition still uses telescopic fork suspension and front disc brakes, springs and rear drum brakes. The front wheel has a size of 90/90 12-inch rims and the rear wheel has a size of 90/100 10-inch rims.
Similarly, the operating power of the Avenis 125 Standard Edition remains unchanged with a 125cc, air-cooled engine combined with an electronic fuel injection system, producing a maximum capacity of 8.7 horsepower at 6,750 rpm and maximum torque of 10 Nm at 5,500 rpm. This engine block is combined with a CVT automatic transmission.
Currently, Suzuki Avenis 125 Standard Edition is distributed under 08 different color options including Metallic Matte Fibroin Grey, Metallic Lush Green, Pearl Blaze Orange, Glass Sparkle Black, Metallic Matte Black, Glass Sparkle Black, Pearl Mirage White and Metallic Matte Fibroin Gray.
In India, Suzuki Avenis 125 Standard Edition will compete with a series of other strong rivals such as TVS Ntorq 125, Aprilia SR 125, Honda Grazia 125 and Yamaha RayZR. However, thanks to its affordable price, sporty styling and no shortage of modern features, Suzuki Avenis 125 Standard Edition promises to continue to be the top choice for young customers in the 125 cc scooter segment. in India.
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