Suzuki Avenis 125 vs TVS Ntorq 125: Specifications Comparison – EV & Moto

Suzuki Avenis 125 vs TVS Ntorq 125: Specifications Comparison – EV & Moto

Suzuki Avenis 125 vs TVS Ntorq 125: Specifications Comparison

The 125cc sports segment is heating up with passing years. First there was only the Ntorq 125 from TVS Motor which ruled the segment and then came the Aprilia, Ray ZR and now Suzuki launched the sporty scooter called the Avenis 125. It is here to stir up the 125cc sports scooter and will provide more options for the customers in this price and performance segment.

The 125cc sports scooter segment is targeted at the young riders who are looking to have some fun and also flaunt his/her style on the go as well. With passing times, the manufacturers are ramping up the design quotient of the scooters especially in the sports segment because it is the main aspect of the scooter in the premium price range.

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In this post, we will be seeing the Suzuki Avenis 125 vs TVS Ntorq 125 Race XP specification comparison on who both these scooters counter each other in engine, mileage, performance, chassis and the features department. So, let’s start this comparison with a brief overview of the scooters.

Suzuki Avenis 125 vs TVS Ntorq 125: Overview

The main reason Suzuki launched the Avenis 125 in India is to expand its market share in the sports scooter segment which is growing at a faster pace. More and more youngsters are getting into college and for their personal transportation solutions, they are choosing the stylish scooters because of easy to ride aspect, peppy performance and a design to flaunt among the friends and other road users. Suzuki Avenis is a great looking scooter and also the most striking 125cc scooter from the house of Suzuki.

However, it will be difficult for the new Avenis to capture the market of TVS Ntorq 125 as it is well known among the masses and people consider it the best 125cc sports scooter. It is a perfect package of practicality, performance, ride quality as well as sporty handling and no other scooter come near to it by any means. Ntorq 125 has a sporty design which is few years old now but it doesn’t feel old or out-dated by any means and will remain fresh for years to come.

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It will be interesting to note how these two scooters will fare well with each other and we will also understand which scooter is offering better value for its price and which is a better deal for you to go with. When it comes to looking from far, both the machines are best efforts from their respective manufacturers. Let’s find out.

Suzuki Avenis 125 vs TVS Ntorq 125: Variants and Price

Speaking about the price, the all-new Suzuki Avenis 125 has been priced from Rs 86,700 ex-showroom New Delhi and it is available in two variants with a total of five colour options to choose from. There are four colours in the base ride connect variant and a single MotoGP paint scheme is present on the Race edition of the Avenis 125. The Race edition is priced at Rs 87,000 ex-showroom New Delhi and will provide better road presence with Suzuki’s MotoGP livery.

Suzuki Avenis 125 TVS Ntorq 125 Race XP
Ex-Showroom Price ₹ 86,700 ₹ 85,125

Coming to the price of TVS Ntorq 125, the first sports scooter of India gets a starting price of Rs 73,370 ex-showroom New Delhi for the drum brake variant which is much lower than the Avenis 125. However, there are many features which are not present in the base model but it is still value for money option for someone who want a sporty ride without caring about the shiny and techy features.

Suzuki Avenis 125 Variant Ex-Showroom Price
Ride Connect Edition ₹ 86,700
Race Edition ₹ 87,000

The next four variants of the Ntorq 125 are Disc variant, Race Edition, Super Squad Edition and Race XP. The difference in these variants is, the disc variant is the second base version and comes with almost everything that a regular Ntorq 125 will offer with a front disc brake. The Race Edition gets better graphics and full LED headlight with LED DRLs.

Further, the super squad edition has striking graphics schemes without any changes to the features list. The most expensive of them is the Race XP, which gets single sporty paint scheme with enhance engine performance and red alloy wheels. It is the most powerful Ntorq 125 available on sale in India.

Ntorq 125 Race XP Variant Ex-Showroom Price
Drum Brake ₹ 73,370
Disc Brake ₹ 78,920
Race Edition ₹ 80,925
Super Squad Edition ₹ 84,725
Race XP ₹ 85,125

Speaking on the pricing, the Avenis 125 is priced on the higher side of the Ntorq 125. Ntorq has a number of variants to choose from which allows the riders to get what they want without shelling out money of features they don’t want. Let’s get to the engine and performance segment and understand which is the real deal breaker.

Suzuki Avenis 125 vs TVS Ntorq 125: Engine and Performance

At the heart of the Suzuki Avenis 125 is the same 124.3 cc engine which is also used on the Suzuki Access 12 and the Burgman Street 125 scooters. The power output and rest of the powertrain is similar in every aspect apart from the fact that this is plonked on the Avenis and may have slight CVT tuning for sportier performance.

Powering the Avenis 125 is an air-cooled, four-stroke, 124.3cc, singe-cylinder, fuel-injected, 2-valve engine. This mill develops 8.6 bhp of max power at 6750 rpm and 10 Nm of peak torque at 5500 rpm. There is a CVT transmission that sends power to the rear wheel via centrifugal clutch.

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On the other hand, the TVS Ntorq 125 Race XP is powered by a 124.8cc, air-cooled, four-stroke, single-cylinder, fuel-injected motor with 3-valve SOHC head. This motor cranks out 10.05 bhp of maximum power and 10.8 Nm of torque at 5500 rpm. It also gets a CVT transmission with centrifugal clutch for dealing with the power transmission. The lower variants of the Ntorq 125 produces 1 bhp less and around 0.5 lower torque thus providing slower acceleration and lower top speed.

You can clearly see the power and torque produced by the Ntorq 125 is greater than the Suzuki Avenis 125 especially the power which is 1.4 bhp more than what you get on the Japanese scooter. The difference in torque is also significant at 0.8 Nm on both these scooters. These numbers make the TVS Ntorq 125 Race XP, the most powerful 125cc scooter available in the Indian market.

Suzuki Avenis 125 TVS Ntorq 125 Race XP
Engine 124.3 cc 124.8 cc
Cooling Air-Cooled Air-Cooled
Valve Train 2 valves 3 valves
Max Power 8.6 bhp @ 6,750 rpm 10.05 bhp @ 7,000 rpm
Max Torque 10 Nm @ 5,500 rpm 10.8 Nm @ 5,500 rpm
Gearbox V-Matic V-Matic
Power to Weight Ratio 81.13 bhp/ton 85.17 bhp/ton

The power figures might now look too much to brag about on the paper, but this same engine in the Suzuki Access 125 manages to hit 0 to 60 kmph in just 7.5 seconds which is just a nick slower than the Ntorq 125 Race XP. Hence, you won’t find the Avenis any slower than Ntorq.

Ntorq 125 Race XP goes from 0 to 60 kmph in 7.45 seconds it takes over 8.5 seconds for the lower variants of the Ntorq to hit the same speed. The top speed of the Ntorq 125 is claimed to be 98 kmph while Avenis 125 can manage 90 kmph plus speed.

The kerb weight of Ntorq 125 is 118 kg which is whole 12 kg heavier than the Avenis 125’s 106 kg kerb weight. Speaking about the power to weight ratio of the Ntorq 125 Race XP is 85.17 bhp per ton whereas the Avenis 125 offers 81.13 bhp per ton. Apart from this, the torque to weight ratio of the Ntorq is 91.52 Nm per ton while Avenis provides 94.33 Nm per ton.

Since Ntorq 125 Race XP has better Power to weight than the Avenis which has better torque to weight ratio. The real-world comparison will be a tough on as both the scooters are leaders of their league of 125cc sports scooters. It won’t be a surprise if Suzuki manages to offer better acceleration to the Avenis than the Ntorq 125.

Suzuki Avenis 125 TVS Ntorq 125 Race XP
Mileage 45 kmpl 42 kmpl
Fuel Tank 5.2 Ltr 5.8 Ltr
Range 234 km 243 km

In terms of fuel economy, the Suzuki Avenis could lead this section with around 45 to 48 kmpl of fuel mileage because the average mileage of Ntorq 125 Race XP is lower at around 40 to 42 kmpl. However, if you choose the lower variants of the Ntorq 125 that comes with lower performance, will offer better fuel efficiency of over 45 kmpl in mixed riding conditions.

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There is a 5.8-litre fuel tank on the Ntorq which can let you to cover a distance of up to 240 km on the Race XP and over 260 km on the lower variants. The Avenis 125 is installed with a 5.2-litre fuel tank which has the capacity to propel you to about 234 km in a single tankful.

Both the Suzuki Avenis 125 and the TVS Ntorq 125 Race XP are head-to-head in their performance segment while Race XP offering you a bit lower mileage but higher top speed. If you end up choosing lower variants of the Ntorq, you would get more kilometres per litre. Let’s move on to the chassis and suspension section to understand more about the ride quality and handling of the scooters.

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Suzuki Avenis 125 vs TVS Ntorq 125: Chassis, Suspension and Tyres

Like all the scooters on sale in India, the Avenis from Suzuki is also built on a steel tubular chassis which is sturdy enough to manage all the loads and stresses of the rides. Being a sports scooter, the Avenis has rigid ride quality which will be confidence inspiring especially around the corners.

The suspension system on the Suzuki Avenis is taken care of by telescopic forks at the front and at the rear, you get a shock absorber. We expect this suspension to be on balanced side so that it delivers comfortable ride quality on the broken patches of roads and keeps the scooter stable at higher speeds and around the corners.

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The tyres on the Avenis are 90/90-12 at the front and 90/100-10 at the rear. The front alloy wheel is larger at 12-inch while the rear continues to be a 10-inch unit. Suzuki should have taken this opportunity to fit a larger 12-inch rear wheel that would have offered better ride quality especially over the bad patches of roads.

Coming to the braking system, there is a disc brake unit at the front and drum brakes does the job pretty well at the rear. A combined braking system is available as standard for safer braking performance. The brakes on the Access 125 are worse and we hope that Avenis gets upgraded brakes for better safety.

Suzuki Avenis 125 TVS Ntorq 125 Race XP
Front Suspension Telescopic Forks Telescopic Forks
Rear Suspension Shock Absorber Shock Absorber
Front Tyre 90/90 – 12 100/80-12
Rear Tyre 90/100 – 10 110/80-12
Front Brake Disc – 220 mm Disc – 220 mm
Rear Brake Drum Drum
ABS CBS CBS
Weight 106 kg 118 kg
Seat Height 780 mm 770 mm
Ground Clearance 160 mm 155 mm
Wheelbase 1265 mm 1285 mm

Coming to the chassis and suspension of Ntorq 125, the company has tuned the suspension to ensure that the scooter is confident to ride on the twisty roads and hilly areas. The wider tyres provide sufficient grip even on the wet roads. Both the wheels of the Ntorq 125 are 12-inch alloy alloys which are painted in red on the Race XP variant and black in rest of the variants. Red alloys make Ntorq stand apart from other scooters.

A 100/80-12 section tyre is slapped on the front rim while a wider 110/80-12 section tyre does the job at the rear wheel. These tyres on the Ntorq offer more than decent grip for daily rides and has the potential to keep it stable and safer around the corners.

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To provide strong braking performance, the TVS equipped the Ntorq 125 with 220 mm front disc brake and a drum brake at the rear wheel. A combined braking system is present on all the variants of the Ntorq for safer braking performance.

The kerb weight of Suzuki Avenis is 106 kg which we already mentioned before while the Ntorq 125 is pretty heavy at 118 kg. The seat height of Avenis is higher at 780 mm while Ntorq’s 770 mm is more accessible for shorter riders. Since, both these scooters are developed to tempt the enthusiasts, the saddle height might not matter to be honest.

Suzuki Avenis 125 vs TVS Ntorq 125: Features

Let’s focus on the features on the Suzuki Avenis 125. The main feature that you see is the all-new sporty design language which means that is on-par with the competition. The full LED headlight is now placed on the front apron which is small and concise delivering a plain and sporty look. The side panels and design flow lines are impressive providing a silhouette of speed. There is a blacked-out visor on the handlebar cowl that also imparts sporty look to the Avenis 125.

The tail-light is also LED unit while the turn indicators are all halogen bulbs. At the rear, the turn indicators are not integrated rather they are stand-alone deriving inspiration from the motorcycles. On the dashboard, the Avenis gets a fully digital LCD type instrument cluster. This meter console provides a long list of features including speedometer, trip meters, odometer, fuel gauge and Bluetooth connectivity.

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The ride connect Bluetooth connectivity feature allows rider to connect their smartphone with the console and get mobile phone notifications, alerts, turn-by-turn navigation and much more. This feature is present on both the variants of the Avenis – the ride connects and race edition. You can get the features on your smartphone via a dedicated mobile application.

Speaking about the features available on the TVS Ntorq 125 Race XP, the first thing you will see that the Avenis has some design inspiration from the Ntorq 125. The way its body is designed and the way its headlight is structured and positions. The flow of the front apron is also like that you see on the Ntorq 125.

The lower variants of the Ntorq 125 have regular halogen bulb in the headlight cluster while from the Race edition, you get T-shaped LED headlight cluster with LED DRLs that keeps the Ntorq 125 stand out of the crowd. Turn indicators are halogen bulbs while the tail-light is also LED unit.

The instrument panel of the Ntorq 125 is also a fully digital LCD unit. It offers more features than the one you see on the Avenis’ cockpit such as race telemetry such as lap timer, 0-60 kmph recorder and top speed recorder. The smartXonnect technology on the Ntorq 125 let you connect your smartphone with the console and get turn-by-turn navigation right on the screen with mobile phone notifications and much more.

Ntorq 125 offers regular features such as mobile charger and boot lamp with external fuel filler cap for additional rider convenience. There are two ride modes on the Race XP – Race and Street. The Race mode provides maximum performance while Street mode is good for mileage while commuting.

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Suzuki Avenis get a lockable front glove box with mobile charging socket and an open glove compartment for placing small items. The boot space is sufficiently large and the fuel filler cap is placed externally at the rear for ease of refuelling.

Both the scooters have well-padded and wide seat with enough space for the pillion. There is Engine kill-switch present on both the sports scooters which comes handy in the city traffic.

Feature-wise, both Suzuki Avenis and TVS Ntorq 125 offer nearly similar set of modern features. However, it is depended on the buyer on which feature to focus on and what is actually required by them. At the lower end, the Ntorq 125 still getting most of the features is a value buy for those who are looking for better fuel efficiency from the 125cc premium scooter.

In Conclusion

Suzuki has a name in the scooter segment for its Access and Burgman Street scooters and so does TVS with its Jupiter and Ntorq brands of scooters. The Avenis is a not a completely new product as it is based on the Access 125 with only changes in the body style and thus anyone buying it will be very much familiar with the engine and the ride experience.

TVS Ntorq 125 lost its glory with the BS6 engine because the performance lowered but the fuel efficiency increased thanks to the RT-Fi fuel injection technology. However, to cope up the loss of glory, the Chennai-based manufacturer has introduced the most powerful Race XP version of the scooter for performance enthusiasts.

Finally, it is the choice of each and every rider out there to choose their ride according to their requirements that also includes the liking towards the style of a scooter.

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We hope that after reading this article, you can choose the right scooter from these two contenders according to your requirements and usage pattern. Which one will you choose and why? Do tell us in the comments section below.

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Suzuki Avenis 125 vs TVS Ntorq 125: Specifications at a Glance

Model Suzuki Avenis 125 TVS Ntorq 125 Race XP
Engine 124.3 cc 124.8 cc
Cooling Air-Cooled Air-Cooled
Power 8.6 bhp @ 6,750 rpm 10.05 bhp @ 7,000 rpm
Torque 10 Nm @ 5,500 rpm 10.8 Nm @ 5,500 rpm
Gearbox V-Matic V-Matic
Front Suspension Telescopic Forks Telescopic Forks
Rear Suspension Shock Absorber Shock Absorber
Front Tyre 90/90 – 12 100/80-12
Rear Tyre 90/100 – 10 110/80-12
Front Brake Disc – 220 mm Disc – 220 mm
Rear Brake Drum Drum
ABS CBS CBS
Weight 106 kg 118 kg
Fuel Tank 5.2 Ltr 5.8 Ltr
Mileage 45 kmpl 42 kmpl
Top Speed 90 kmph 98 kmph
Ex-Showroom Price ₹ 86,700 ₹ 85,125

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