The 125 cc single-cylinder, air-cooled, fuel-injected engine that powers the Suzuki Avenis generates 8.6 horsepower at 6750 rpm and 10 Nm of maximum torque.
The engine of TVS Creon gets powered by the 40 Ah tubular battery giving 12kw of power. The scooter’s engine gives it a sleek, geometric design language and a perimeter frame that is segmented first.
Concerning features and usefulness, the Suzuki Avenis 125 makes up for its lack of handling abilities. Additionally, there is a USB charger and lots of storage space in a few glove boxes on the back of the apron and behind the seat.
The TVS Motor Company was responsible for creating the remarkable Creon electric scooter. The Creon is a scooter that focuses on performance and accelerates faster than many sports cars. From 0 to 62 mph, the scooter accelerates in 5.1 seconds. With a similar storage space as Suzuki Avenis, the Creon has a larger leg space.
The Suzuki Avenis costs between Rs 80,000 to Rs 95,000 whereas the TVS Creon costs between Rs 1,00,000 to Rs 1,20,000.
8.6 Ps power and 10 Nm of maximum torque are produced by the well-known 125cc single-cylinder, air-cooled, fuel-injected engine at 6750 rpm. With the motor, a CVT transmission is utilised.
On paper, the TVS Jupiter 125 looks like an engine rivalling the Access. Yes, compared to Avenis, it has less power, around 6500 rpm, but it has more torque. But it is also exerting a little bit more force. At city speeds, Jupiter does an excellent job of keeping up with the Avenis.
The Suzuki Avenis 125 makes up for its lack of handling abilities with its luxuries and usefulness. Besides offering a lot of storage space and a USB charger, several glove boxes are on the back of the apron and below the seat.
A trip metre, odometer, malfunction indicator, average fuel economy, instantaneous fuel economy, distance-to-empty, clock, helmet reminder, etc. are just a few good displays found on the LCD information cluster of the TVS Jupiter 125’s semi-digital instrument cluster.
The Suzuki Avenis costs between Rs 80,000 to Rs 95,000, whereas the TVS Jupiter 120 costs Rs 70,000 to Rs 85,000.
The Suzuki Avenis’ well-known 125 cc single-cylinder fuel-injected air-cooled engine generates 8.6 horsepower at 6750 rpm. Several glove boxes are on the back of the apron and below the seat; they all have a lot of storage space and a USB charger.
In terms of power, the 125 cc scooter is more powerful than Avenis, delivering 8000 rpm. The Honda Activa 125 also sports a semi-digital instrument panel, which includes an analogue speedometer and a digital display providing information on the odometer, trip metre, fuel gauge, fuel economy, and tank status, among other things.
The Honda Activa 125 costs Rs 75,000 to Rs 90,000, and the Suzuki Avenis costs Rs 80,000 to Rs 95,000.