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Suzuki Avenis Vs TVS NTorq 125 Vs Others: Price, Specifications, And Features Comparison

If you are in the market for a 125cc scooter, there are tons of offerings available including the Suzuki Avenis. But does this newly arrived Japanese scooter really have those traits that can turn buyers away from the trusty old 125cc sporty scooters like TVS NTorq, Yamaha RayZR Hybrid and Honda Grazia? Let’s find out: – 

suzuki avenis vs tvs ntorq 125

Engine Specifications 

Specifications Suzuki Avenis TVS NTorq 125 Honda Grazia Yamaha RayZR Hybrid
Engine Displacement 124.3cc 124.8cc  124cc 125cc
Cooling System Air-cooled Air-cooled Fan-cooled Air-cooled
No of Valves 2 3 2 2
Peak power 8.7PS at 6750rpm

9.25PS at 7000rpm

10.2PS at 7,000rpm (Race XP variant)

8.25PS at 6000rpm 8.2PS at 6500rpm
Maximum torque 10Nm at 5500rpm

10.5Nm at 5500rpm

10.3Nm at 5000rpm 10.3Nm at 5000rpm
Top Speed TBU 95 kmph TBU TBU

The all-new Suzuki Avenis is the second most powerful offering among all, followed by TVS NTorq 125. In fact, the NTorq is the quickest scooter in its segment that can sprint from 0-60 in 9 seconds before attaining a top speed of 95kmph. However, the Yamaha RayZR has an advantage as it gets a segment-first mild-hybrid technology that provides torque-assist, resulting in better in-line acceleration. 


  Suzuki Avenis TVS NTorq 125  Honda Grazia Yamaha RayZR Hybrid
Front suspension Telescopic Telescopic with Hydraulic dampers Telescopic Telescopic
Rear suspension Single-sided Shock with Swingarm Coil Spring with Hydraulic dampers 3-Step Adjustable Spring Loaded Hydraulic Type Single-sided Coil Spring
Front brake Disc 220mm disc / 130mm drum  190mm disc / 130mm Drum 190mm disc / 190mm drum
Rear brake Drum 130mm drum  130mm drum 190mm drum
Front tyre size 90/90-12 100/80-12 90/90-12 90/90-12
Rear tyre size 90/100-12 110/80-12 90/100-10 110/90-10

The TVS NTorq 125 offers better underpinnings and gets a bigger 220mm front disc with higher variants. Besides, all features mandatory Combined Braking System (CBS) as standard. 


  Suzuki Avenis TVS NTorq 125  Honda Grazia Yamaha RayZR Hybrid
LxBxH (mm) 1895x710x1175 1861x710x1164 1829x707x1167 1880x685x1190
Wheelbase (mm) 1265  1285 1260 1280
Ground Clearance (mm) 160  155  171 145mm (minimum)
Fuel Tank Capacity (L) 5.2  5.8  5.3 5.2
Underseat Storage (L) 21.8  22 18 21
Kerb Weight (KG) 106  118  108 98

The TVS NTorq has the longest wheelbase followed by RayZR, which will result in better stability at higher speeds. Also, the TVS scooter has the highest fuel tank and under storage capacity. However, the RayZR is the lightest scooter of the lot, which will help in smooth manoeuvring, especially in city traffic conditions.  

Key Features 

tvs ntorq 125 race edition

Key Features Suzuki Avenis TVS NTorq 125 Honda Grazia Yamaha RayZR Hybrid
Headlamp  LED LED (only Race Edition) LED  LED
Visor Tinted Tinted Tinted
Instrument Cluster Fully-Digital Fully-Digital Fully-Digital Fully-Digital
Bluetooth Connectivity Yes Yes Yes
Turn-by-turn navigation Yes Yes
Call/SMS alert Yes Yes
Parking Location Assist Yes Yes
USB Charging Port Yes
External Fuel Filling Cap Yes Yes Yes
Front Glovebox Yes Yes
Engine Kill Switch Yes  Yes
Silent Start Motor Yes  Yes Yes
Side Stand Engine Cut-Off Yes Yes Yes
Idle Start/Stop Function Yes Yes
Riding Modes Street and Race (Race XP only)
Tubeless Tyres Yes  Yes  Yes  Yes 


The Suzuki Avenis is one of the most features-loaded scooters in its segment. However, the most-powerful Race XP trim of the TVS NTorq offers segment-first ride modes. But surprisingly, it misses out on the kill switch and side stand engine cut-off function. However, if you're more concerned about fuel economy then there are the Honda Grazia and RayZR Hybrid that come with an idle start/stop function that automatically turns off the engine in idling conditions (like a long wait at traffic signals) to eliminate the unwanted fuel burning, resulting in optimum mileage. Also, it re-starts the engine by twisting the accelerator.


Price Ex-Showroom Delhi
Suzuki Avenis Rs 86,700 – Rs 87,000*
TVS NTorq 125 Rs 73,270 – Rs 85,025
Honda Grazia Rs 77,389 – Rs 86,714
Yamaha RayZR Hybrid Rs 73,330 – Rs 83,830

*Suzuki will soon introduce a standard variant of the Avenis at a more affordable price tag. However, the Bluetooth connectivity features will not be provided in it.

tvs ntorq 125 vs yamaha ray zr


In our opinion, the TVS NTorq 125 offers the best value for money. Its top-spec Race XP trim not only offers the highest engine output but also costs Rs 1,675 less than the Suzuki Avenis. On the other hand, the Yamaha RayZR is the most affordable 125cc scooter among all that also gets a segment-first mild-hybrid technology.