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In India, Suzuki has released the Avenis sporty scooter.

In India, Suzuki has released the Avenis sporty scooter.

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  • The new Suzuki Avenis rivals any semblance of the TVS NTorq and the Honda Dio lively bikes. 
  • The Suzuki Avensis has been dispatched in five shading choices. 

Suzuki Motorcycle India on Thursday declared the dispatch of the new Avenis lively bike. The new lively bike has been dispatched as an excellent adversary to the TVS NTorq and the Honda Dio. It has been estimated at ₹86,700 

The bike comes stacked with a large group of new elements, which according to the organization, appeal to the more youthful arrangement of the crowd the bike fundamentally targets. It likewise gets the Suzuki Smart Connect application that allows it to be matched with cell phones. 

At the core of the new Suzuki Avenis sits a 125cc motor with FI innovation. This motor has been evaluated to push out a most extreme power yield of 8.7 PS at 6750rpm and a force of 10Nm at 5500rpm. Moreover, the bike weighs only 106 kgs. 

A portion of the vital features of the bike incorporates its Suzuki Ride Connect with a large and striking Turn-By-Turn Navigation framework. It additionally gets a body-mounted LED headlamp and LED tail light that adds to the style remainder of the bike. 

The bike has been presented in five tones, including the Metallic Triton Blue shading, accessible as the Race Edition emphasis across India. Moreover, this Race Edition variation will be outfitted with Suzuki dashing designs interesting to the particular character of a cheerful rider. 

“The trust and faithfulness Suzuki bike clients have displayed towards Suzuki Access 125 and Burgman Street have consistently been overpowering. 

This conviction of our clients in our items urges us to work energetically to foster new models that can mix well with the necessities of our Gen Z clients. 

Therefore, our groups in Japan and India endeavoured to comprehend the necessities of the new age and foster another item that can satisfy the inert client assumptions,” says Satoshi Uchida, Managing Director, Suzuki Motorcycle India.

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