Suzuki Motorcycle drives in new 125 cc scooter Avenis at Rs 86,700

NEW DELHI: Suzuki Motorcycles India expanded its product range in the country on Thursday with the launch of a new 125cc scooter, Suzuki Aveni, starting at Rs 86,700 (ex-showroom Delhi). The company plans to start retail of the model after mid-December.

"With the launch of Suzuki Avenis, our existing product range will be further enhanced. The model will connect the brand with young, tech-savvy customers. Our teams have worked hard to make this new product have the most advanced features catering to the needs of young consumers. " Suzuki Motorcycle India Managing Director Satoshi Uchida, told reporters during the online launch event.

He added that the company remains committed to introducing innovative and futuristic products that add value to the customer's overall driving experience.

Suzuki Motorcycles India

The Suzuki Avenis comes with a complete sporty design with details like a motorcycle-inspired split grab rail, muffler cover, alloy wheels, and graphics.

Considering the demands of savvy Gen Z customers in today's tech world, the scooter console can be connected to both Android and iOS phones. The Race version of the scooter is priced at Rs 87,000.

Commenting on the business outlook, Suzuki Motorcycles Vice President Devashish Handa said the company is likely to achieve a little better in terms of sales this year if there is any improvement in supply chain problems.

"If the situation stays the same with the chip shortage, we should at least be able to match last year's sales numbers," he said.

The company sold 5.9 lakh units in 2020.

Also Read: Ducati's flagship superbike, Panigale V4 SP launched in India at over ₹36 lakh

previous POST
Yamaha launches YZF-R15S V3 bike trim at Rs 1.57 l...
Bounce to launch its first consumer electric scoot...

Related Posts

BMW R 1300 GS launched in India at Rs. 20.95 lakh
Toyota Urban Cruiser Taisor: 3 Reasons To Buy And ...
Skoda Kushaq Onyx edition AT: Top 5 highlights
EV sales soar 40.31% in FY24, two-wheelers lead th...