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Suzuki Avenis vs TVS NTORQ

Suzuki Avenis vs TVS NTORQ Summary

Suzuki Avenis Price starts at Rs. 86,500 which is Rs. 9,394 costlier than base model of TVS NTORQ 125 priced at Rs. 77,106. The claimed mileage . In technical specifications, Suzuki Avenis is powered by 124.3 cc engine , while TVS NTORQ 125 is powered by 124.8 cc engine. Suzuki Avenis is available in 5 different colours while TVS NTORQ 125 comes with 12 colours. The Comparison Suzuki Avenis vs TVS NTORQ 125 can be described on the basis of price and specifications.
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Basic Info Avenis Standard EditionNTORQ 125 Drum
Brand Name Suzuki TVS
Ex-Showroom Price Rs. 86,500 View On Road Price Rs. 77,106 View On Road Price
Rating
5.0
(11 Ratings)
4.1
(2745 Ratings)
Engine Type 4- Stroke, 1-Cylinder, Air Cooled Single Cylinder, 4 - Stroke, SI, Air Cooled, Fuel Injected
Max Power 8.7 PS @ 6750 rpm 9.38 PS @ 7000 rpm
Fuel Type Petrol Petrol
Colors
Avenis Colors
NTORQ 125 Colors
Brakes Front Disc Drum
Brakes Rear Drum Drum
Braking Type ... Synchronized Braking System
Wheel Size Front :-304.8 mm Rear :-254 mm inch Front :-304.8 mm, Rear :-304.8 mm
Wheels Type (Pressed Steel/ Alloy) Alloy Alloy
Starting Kick and Self Start Kick and Self Start
Speedometer Digital Digital
Insurance Rs. 6,279 Avenis Insurance Rs. 6,079 NTORQ 125 Insurance

Engine Type
4- Stroke, 1-Cylinder, Air Cooled
Single Cylinder, 4 - Stroke, SI, Air Cooled, Fuel Injected
Engine Displacement
124.3 cc
124.8 cc
Max Power
8.7 PS @ 6750 rpm
9.38 PS @ 7000 rpm
Max Torque
10 Nm @ 5500 rpm
10.5 Nm @ 5500 rpm
Emission Type
bs6
bs6
Bore
52.5 mm
...
Stroke
57.4 mm
...
No Of Cylinders
...
1
Drive Type
...
Belt Drive
Valve Per Cylinder
2
3
Fuel Type
Petrol
Petrol

Brakes Front
Disc
Drum
Brakes Rear
Drum
Drum
Braking Type
...
Synchronized Braking System

Mileage (City)
...
47 kmpl
Mileage (Highway)
...
53.4 kmpl

Tyre Size
Front :-90/90-12 Rear :-90/100-10
Front :-100/80-12, Rear :- 110/80-12
Wheel Size
Front :-304.8 mm Rear :-254 mm inch
Front :-304.8 mm, Rear :-304.8 mm
Tyre Type
Tubeless
Tubeless
Radial Tyre
...
Wheels Type (Pressed Steel/ Alloy)
Alloy
Alloy
Optimum Tyre pressure (Rider)
...
24 psi

Seat height
780 mm
...
Length*Width*Height
1895*710*1175 mm3
1861*710*1164 mm3
Wheelbase
1265 mm
1285 mm
Length
1895 mm
1861 mm
Ground Clearance
160 mm
155 mm
Width
710 mm
710 mm
Fuel Capacity
5.2 Liters
5.8 Liters
Kerb Weight
106 Kg
118 Kg
Tail Light
LED
LED
Front Brake Diameter
...
130 mm
Rear Brake Diameter
...
130 mm

Battery Type
Maintenance Free
MF
Additional Features
FRONT BOX WITH USB SOCKET, SPORTY MUFFLER COVER, LONG FLOORBOARD, SIDE STAND INTERLOCK, FRONT RACK FOR STORAGE, Phone alert, ETA Update
Multi-Mode Display-Street, Sport, Ride Stats, Incoming Call/Message/Missed Call Alerts, Navigation Assist, Last Parked Location Assist, Auto Reply SMS, Rider App
Battery Capacity
12 V/ Ah
12 V/4 Ah
LED tail lights
...
Turn Signal Lamp
Bulb
LED

Body Graphics
Starting
Kick and Self Start
Kick and Self Start
Seat Type
Single
Single
Pass Switch
Speedometer
Digital
Digital
Trip Meter
Digital
Digital
Charging Point
Low Fuel Warning Lamp
...
External Fuel Filling
Clock
...
Passenger Footrest
Carry hook
Front & Rear
Underseat storage
21.8 L
22 L
Cooling System
Air Cooled
Air Cooled
Shutter Lock
Odometer
Digital
Digital
Navigation
Service Due Indicator
...
DRLs
...

Pros and Cons

  • Positives
  • Negatives

Suzuki Avenis

  • Peppy performance; Frugal and smooth motor; Brilliant ride quality

TVS NTORQ 125

  • Gets a powerful refined motor
  • Digital display offers Bluetooth connectivity and a host of information
  • Well-balanced suspension setup.

Suzuki Avenis

  • Derivative looks; Stopping power could be better; Asking price is a bit too high

TVS NTORQ 125

  • The seat is on the softer side and isn't meant for long hauls
  • Brakes lack bite and feel.

Is TVS NTORQ Better Than Suzuki Avenis?

57% users have chosen TVS NTORQ over Suzuki Avenis in a survey being conducted on zigwheels.com.
Apart from this survey a total of 3503 users have also rated TVS NTORQ and Suzuki Avenis on some really important factors like Mileage , performance, comfort, safety etc. and have given their personal opinions about these bikes.
Suzuki Avenis has out rated TVS NTORQ on all the rating factors.

Before making your decision you should also consider the unbiased and thorough analysis of these bikes on every aspect by our auto experts who have summarised the analysis in pros, cons and final conclusion..

Ratings Factor Avenis NTORQ 125
Mileage 3.4 5.0
Performance 4.5 5.0
Comfort 4.2 4.8
Maintenance 3.8 5.0
Features 4.6 5.0
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Avenis and NTORQ 125 Competitors

Recently Asked User Questions

Q. Which is best scooter, between NTORQ 125 or Avenis?
  • Selecting between the Suzuki Avenis and TVS NTORQ 125 would depend on certain factors such as your budget, preference of the brand, service availability, features required, performance, etc. If you're looking for a fast, fun to ride and feature-rich scooter, the TVS Ntorq 125 is the right choice for you. The fuel-injected 124.8cc single-cylinder engine produces 9.38PS and 10.5Nm. It still remains the benchmark for performance in its class and the sporty styling adds to its appeal. Our only grouse is the premium pricing post the BS6 update. On the other hand, the Avenis is an all-new scooter designed to appeal to younger audiences. The sharp-looking apron gets several creases, and it houses an all-LED headlamp. The bulb indicators are housed in a sporty-looking handlebar cowl with an integrated flyscreen. The side panels also get cuts and slashes for an added dose of sportiness. The tail section is reminiscent of the TVS NTorq 125 and comes with split triangular LED tail lamps. Interestingly, the stubby exhaust looks similar to the one in Burgman Street. The scooter is equipped with a full LCD instrument cluster, the same as the one in Burgman Street. It comes with smartphone connectivity with turn-by-turn navigation, call/SMS alert, battery level, over-speed alert, among others. Moreover, we would suggest you take a test ride for a better understanding of performance and comfort. Click on the link and select your desired city for dealership..Read more:- Suzuki Avenis vs TVS NTorq 125: Specs Compared
Q. Which is best 125cc scooter in terms of style and mileage?
  • Go for ntorq... Race edition.... It's a performance scooter... Honestly speaking... Mileage is not that good around 40 kmpl but if I consider it on my car... It saves lot of money.... Even in terms of petrol..... Planning for a long trip on it soon.... 971****331... If need more honest review
  • Sahi bolu toh bhai Nikhil... sabse sahi mileage - TVS Heavy duty deti hai... 67 kmpl ka claim hai company ki taraf se... 🤣🤣🤣. Waise TVS ki scooty Streak ka claim - 68 kmpl ka hai toh woh bhi consider kari jaa sakti hai... Simple calculation hai yaar... jis bhi gaadi ka weight kamm ho aur engine ka power kamm ho woh utna hi zyada milege degi..
  • I am planning to buy a scooty, i am not aware about scooties as i normally drive car. Please put you valuable suggestion of best scooty interms of longlast + mileage+look
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Q. I am married women with kid. Is NTorq good for ladies or Dio for daily basis.
  • Well Actually I Have TVS Ntorq.And In My Opinion you Should Go For Dio.Because: 1.Mileage of Ntorq is much Less than dio.2.Dio has Larger seat in comparison to Ntorq.Ntorq Can't accomodate more Than 2 persons.
  • Dear Namratha NTORQ is very good scooter with high reliability and with lots of space. you can easily ride with great comfort.
  • Try Vespa or Facsino instead of Ntorque. It's very heavy and less mileage. Comfort is average for pillion rider.
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Avenis Vs NTORQ 125 Comparison FAQs

Which bike is best between Avenis vs NTORQ 125?

Suzuki Avenis has out rated TVS NTORQ 125 on all the rating factors.

Which bike is cheaper Avenis vs NTORQ 125?

The TVS NTORQ 125 is cheaper than Suzuki Avenis by Rs. 9,394.

Which bike offers better performance Avenis vs NTORQ 125?

For the Standard Edition version, 124.3 cc Petrol engine of Avenis produces 8.7 PS @ 6750 rpm of power and 10 Nm @ 5500 rpm of torque. Whereas for the Drum version, 124.8 cc Petrol engine of NTORQ 125 produces 9.38 PS @ 7000 rpm of power and 10.5 Nm @ 5500 rpm of torque
As per the users experiences the Suzuki Avenis has better performance.

User Reviews of Comparison

  • Suzuki Avenis
  • TVS NTORQ 125
  • Suzuki avenis is targeted at the genz customer.The model gets a sporty look with the muscular front apron, Trapezoidal headlamp that come flanked with air intakes.The handlebar cowl accommodates turn indicators and also a small fly screen.The side panels look sharp and the rear sports the twin led taillights with motorcycle-inspired turn indicators.Suzuki avenis will be offered in four colours - grey, Orange, White, And blue.

    Farhaan few weeks ago
  • Suzuki avenis features a sporty design.It has a sharp-looking front apron, Faux vents, Split-type taillamp and a single-piece headlamp.The avenis include an external fuel filler cap, A usb charging socket, Side stand interlock and a 12-inch front and 10-inch rear wheel setup.The scooter also has a fully digital instrument cluster with bluetooth connectivity that offers turn-by-turn navigation, Call and sms alerts.

    Hemant Kumar1 few weeks ago
  • Suzuki avenis gets sporty design elements that will attract the youths.The new suzuki avenis will be available in five colour shades, Including the metallic triton blue colour introduced as the race edition version.It gets an all-digital instrument cluster with bluetooth connectivity.It also shows missed call alerts, Sms alerts, Whatsapp alerts and more.Over-all this is a superb scooter for youngsters.

    Mohd Raza few weeks ago
  • Suzuki has launched the new avenis 125 gearless scooter in the country.Earlier it was expected that suzuki might finally kickstart its green journey in india with the launch of the burgman electric scooter.It will be available in five colours.This scooter has been introduced to target gen z customers and it will directly rival the likes of tvs ntorq 125, Hero maestro edge 125, Yamaha rayzr 125, Etc.

    Mayank few weeks ago
  • Suzuki avenis goes big on the feature front and gets a fully-digital instrument cluster with bluetooth connectivity via suzuki ride connect.The unit connects with the owner's smartphone and offers turn-by-turn navigation, Messages and call alerts.There's also an external fuel filler cap, Larger under-seat storage capacity, A usb charger and side-stand interlock.

    Ayank Tatawat few weeks ago
Avenis User Reviews
  • I am 6.2 height from Bangalore, For TVS Ntorq( I'll refer this as bike hereafter), I have altered bike seat to match my height, bike balance is really good after seat alteration, Mileage in city for my rough ride (30-100kmph speeds)used to get around 35kmpl. when I travel to my hometown, I got mileage around (30kmpl) when I ride @105 kmph, 42 kmpl mileage with average speed of 75 kmph & when I ride in economy like 55 kmph, i got 55 kmpl mileage. So, Mileage depends on how much speed I ride. My ride is for 200 KMS for my home town, went around 4 times to my hometown town, I never stopped my bike until I reached home, I usually fill shell power petrol when I ride long distances, I'll suggest it to everyone otherwise bike will be heated up with normal petrol.I bought my bike in EMI without knowing which financier to choose, simply went through the Showroom peoples choice & didn't knew who is financing my bike until my bike got delivered to me ,though it is not a bad choice, I believe we must be knowing that minimum information to compare if we had any better choices in financing our bike.TVS Service is really good, costed me around 1100 rupees for first 4 free services with oil change 2 times, this is best compared to other Brands.Bike not punctured even once.my daily commute is for 10 KMS a day with up and down to office usually takes 10 minutes to reach.Accessories I have bought guards for 2000 rupees, which I regret,I think there's no need of them, it really spoils the bike look. If you want to buy, then buy black color one, don't go for steel color.I have bought a new bolt & nut, cost 10 rupees for exhaust/ silencer when I missed them while riding due to bike rubbling except that I never spent any other money other than petrol.Bike is awesome for it's Torque & power, I felt like no bike can compete with this NTorq.Instrument cluster is also very useful & is not available with others in this range.So, go for itIn a year, ride is 7500 KMS and it is great that this bike is up to my expectations

    Dilip Kumar few weeks ago
  • I think the NTorq is the best 125cc scooter in the Indian market. It's a perfect balance between the conventional 'going to buy sth' scooter experience and performance-oriented motoscooter segment. It can do jobs of both worlds. I'm getting a decent mileage of 40-45 kmpl which is not bad and is compensated by it's unique design n look. The performance is great, churns out 9.4 PS of power and can easily reach speeds of 90kmph. It can touch the magic 100 too. The torque provided by the motor is amazing. Overtakes are pretty easy. Rider comfort is great. The suspension is stiffer than the Activa or Access but it's not as stiff as Aprilia. It handles the roughness of Indian roads with ease. The pillion experience is better than any other scooter in the market. It's a fun scooter, easy to maneuver and park. Don't get me started on the first in segment bluetooth connectivity. It's really helpful (atleast to boast about). The navigation works like a charm. It shows the last parked location making it easier to search your ntorq among the crowd. Talking about the underseat storage, it has 22 ltrs of boot space but it's design makes it difficult to fit a full-faced helmet. You can fit a modular helmet just fine. The 12 inch tyres provide a great grip, even in the rain. The front disc provides a good bite but the rear drum doesn't do the job well. You get performance and comfort in a single package. Lastly, the quality of the switches is top notch (just TVS things). Now the maintenance and service center efficiency varies from place to place. In Bhubaneswar, it's time taking but satisfactory service.

    Ravindra Nag few weeks ago
  • It's just an amazing scooter in the 125cc segment. It has got all you need. A GPS Navigation when your lost. A Caller ID. Good Performance. For me the Bike races from 0-60 in under 7 secs. The Top speed I've been on this is 109km/hr. Even at height speeds the bike is stable without any vibration (if proper time to time service of the vehicle is done). Spares are a bit costly but that's ok as compared to it's performance 😉. The only advice I would give you for this bike is, when you go out for service go only to the authorized service centers cause the bike is complex and maybe new to some mechanics so maybe they can need it up. The fibre parts gets loose at times which are fixed during service at free of cost. Overall I would give 9/10 for this scooter.

    Vedang Deshmukh few weeks ago
  • It's true you got far more performance and pickup than other scooters in the market.It got better styling better features better fuel economy and better comfort.There's a rumor out there that it gives less mileage than other scooters, Which remains a rumor.Of course you'll get low mileage than expect but for only few days after 2nd service it gave me better mileage than i was expecting.So if you are planning for getting the best scooter for everyone in your family then go for it☺️☺️.

    Mickey Stark few weeks ago
  • If your focus is more on performance (which is totally unheard of in Indian scootering scene) and less on mileage, if you enjoy riding your scooter at 90+ kmph on the open highway without stressing the engine at all, get TVS Ntorq 125. There's another one in the market with comparable performance (from a rival brand), but as far as space and comfort is concerned, Ntorq is miles ahead of that particular brand.

    Kausik Ghosh few weeks ago
NTORQ User Reviews

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