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  • Q. Which is best scooter, between NTORQ 125 or Avenis?

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    Zigwheels | 5 months ago

    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

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