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Suzuki launch Avenis 125 Scooter

January 2023 will see the arrival of Suzuki’s latest scooter the Avenis 125. The sharply styled Avenis 125 will take its place alongside the Address 110 in Suzuki’s spec-rich urban scooter line-up.

The Avenis 125 will be powered by a single-cylinder, two-valve, air-cooled engine (6.4kW/10Nm) which meets Euro 5 emissions; mated to a twist-and-go CVT transmission.

Comfortable, fun and well-appointed, the Avenis’ platform speaks of sharp lines, distinctive graphics, aerodynamic efficiency and a sporty edge.

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The machine also blends the latest technology and features such as Bluetooth connectivity, LED headlights and combined braking with comfort, versatility and the utilitarian traits which are the hallmark of the scooter genre.

The engine is based on a powerplant with a proven track record for both performance and reliability, already powering well over five million Suzuki scooters in Asian and Latin American markets since 2007.

A major factor in that bulletproof engineering is Suzuki’s ‘Eco Performance’ technology which optimises all aspects of engine efficiency and combines powerful acceleration – more than enough to ride tandem – with low fuel consumption.

2023 Suzuki Avenis 125 Scooter
2023 Suzuki Avenis 125 Scooter

The compact and light-weight low-friction engine has excellent duarabiity, a long service life, low running costs and is easy to maintain.

The front fairing features vertically stacked LED headlights which are bright, compact and power efficient, while the highly visible front indicators are integrated into the handlebar cowl accompanied by a sleek smoked screen which enhances the sporty styling.

Cast aluminum wheels are light and add a stylish flair, and Suzuki’s Combined Brake System distributes appropriate force to both the front and rear wheels when the left brake lever is operated.

The scooter’s slim design contributes to nimble handling on city streets, combined with ample ground clearance and a roomy floorboard with a unique cut-away design which makes it easier to plant both feet firmly on the ground when stationary.

Comfort is also a priority. The Avenis 125’s double-stitched two-tone seat is spacious, and the independent right and left aluminum grab handles add a level of assurance for pillions.

The Avenis 125 has wide-ranging utility benefits, including 21.5 litres of underseat storage, a pair of handy front compartments with closable lids, a USB outlet for charging smartphones, and the Suzuki Easy Start System.

2023 Suzuki Avenis 125 Scooter
2023 Suzuki Avenis 125 Scooter

There’s a compact LCD screen, illuminated to maximise visibility both day and night. There is comprehensive suite of information for the rider as well, including a  Suzuki Eco Drive Indicator that lights up when the scooter is being ridden in a fuel-efficient manner.

The shutter concealing the ignition key hole can be opened quickly, even when wearing gloves, using a magnet mechanism coded to the owner’s key. Not only does this system help deter theft and tampering.

The Avenis 125 is on sale online now for $4890 ride away and is supported supported by Suzuki’s three-year factory-warranty program (two standard and one bonus).

The Avenis 125 will be available in two liveries: Pearl Mirage White/Metallic Matt Fibroin Grey or Metallic Matt Fibroin Grey/Metallic Lush Green.

Owners can customise their Avenis 125 by selecting Suzuki Genuine accessories available for this model via the Build Your Bike online tool on Suzuki Motorcycles Australia website.

Items include colour coded decals and floormats, bike cover, hand guards, a two-tone seat cover, and accessory bars. Customers that pre order online will receive a bonus bike cover and hand guards with their bike delivery.

For further information please contact your local Suzuki dealer.

2023 Suzuki Avenis 125 Scooter
2023 Suzuki Avenis 125 Scooter
Andrew Jenkin
Andrew Jenkinhttp://twowheeladdicts.com.au
Andrew Jenkin is the founding editor of Two Wheel Addicts, ride editor at Exhaust Notes Australia, a contributor to BikeReview and Drivetribe as well as being a panel judge of Harley Davidson's Breakout Boss competition. Andrew has a love for anything on two wheels whether that be sports, naked or adventure bikes, with a guilty pleasure for cruisers.

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