Suzuki Avenis Standard Edition scooter is now available in India for Rs 86,500
Suzuki Motorcycle India Pvt. Ltd. (SMIPL), the two-wheeler affiliate of Suzuki Motor Corporation, Japan, has unveiled the Suzuki Avenis Standard Edition.
The new scooter costs Rs. 86,500. (ex. Showroom). It should be remembered that the business previously released the Avenis Ride Connect Edition and Race Edition.
Suzuki Avenis has a sporty appearance that is enhanced by elements such as a motorcycle-inspired split grab rail, stylish muffler cover, alloy wheels, graphics with prominent SUZUKI logo on the floorboard, and so on, giving this scooter a sporty feel and making it a fantastic choice for the customer.
It comes in a variety of colours, including Metallic Matte Fibroin Grey, Metallic Lush Green, Pearl Blaze Orange, Glass Sparkle Black, Metallic Matte Black, Pearl Mirage White, and Metallic Matte Fibroin Grey.
The Suzuki Avenis is equipped with a 125cc engine with FI technology and a 106 kilogramme body to produce 8.7 PS @ 6750rpm and 10Nm of torque.
The Standard Edition will continue to be fitted with an exterior hinge style fuel cap for simplicity of fueling and features of under-seat room for the comfort of the riders. The scooter is outfitted with motorcycle-inspired rear indicators, body mounts, an LED headlight, and an LED tail light.
Suzuki Motorcycle India Pvt. Ltd. Managing Director Satoshi Uchida, ," We are thankful to our customers for the response that Avenis has received in the Indian market. The scooter was launched with the thought process that a product with a trusted engine and advanced sporty design has the ability to disrupt the market. It turned out to be true as we got a phenomenal response from the customers for Avenis. In fact, today Avenis has become one of the high selling products from the house of Suzuki Motorcycle India. The introduction of the Standard Edition of Avenis is an effort from the company to provide Gen Z customers with more options to choose from.”
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