Suzuki Avenis performs during media MotoVloggers
We’re happy to have prepared this day for our media friends to test and to give an overall ride evaluation of the new Avenis.
As things get back to normal, more riders have been heeding the open road call to celebrate the post-pandemic days in full force. Leading the charge are Suzuki Philippines and its loyal customers, who have been raring to get back on the road to relax and enjoy scenic routes all over the country.
Several media and moto vlogger friends of Suzuki Philippines had fun rides on the all-new Suzuki Avenis, the Japanese company’s latest muscular sporty scooter. Two groups were able to ride the Avenis and experience its performance, comfort, agility, handling, and even fuel economy for the first time on two separate occasions — one headed East and another South of Manila.
Quality time with the Suzuki Avenis
Participants took the Suzuki Avenis from city roads to the outskirts of Rizal and Quezon. Traveling from one town to another, they rode through the network of concrete and rough trails typical of Philippine roads. What surprised them were their initial experiences on the Avenis on these long rides.
“Avenis is best for long rides because of its power at comfort, as well as its suspension side,” explained Joel Joya of Motorsikolo News/Sakay Pilipinas.
“Fuel use with Avenis is so economical, as well as its temperature. Usually, you can see these features in luxurious big bikes. But with Avenis, its standard feature,” Brando Rosales of MotoPinas said.
“I liked the muscular and chiseled design, just like humans that have cuts,” said Lucas Reyes also known as Tormots of Tropang TopBikers.
“It is a really stylish bike. It’s a head turner and it has road presence,” said Leandre Mari Grecia of Top Gear Philippines, while Alex Alo of Lifestyle of Wheels added “aside from its sporty features, from the front to back. Aesthetically beautiful!”
The Eastern route was a 133-kilometer ride from Bonifacio Global City to the Pinto Art Gallery in Antipolo City, then Bukid Café in Morong, Rizal, through the Marikina-Infanta Highway or more popularly known as Marilaque Road and back. Then the Southern route was a journey totaling 128 kilometers from the Suzuki Philippines plant in Calamba, Laguna, to the famed Villa Escudero Plantations and Resort in Tiaong, Quezon, via the Los Baños-Calauan-San Pablo-Tiaong route and back as well. On both challenges, the Avenis performed well, much to the delight of the participants.
“We’re happy to have prepared this day for our media friends to test and to give an overall ride evaluation of the new Avenis. We have designed routes that will provide interesting backdrops to the new product that we have just recently launched, knowing that these will add interest to the stories they will create,” said Nenuka Guba, Motorcycle Marketing Manager, Suzuki Philippine Inc.
The Avenis, not just hype and buzz
The Avenis, with its all-aluminum four-stroke, single-cylinder, and Suzuki Eco Performance 125cc fuel-injected engine scooter, was tested through traffic, twisties, and up and down roads. And even in such conditions, the Avenis had the riders feel safe and comfortable.
“The riding position of Avenis is great. Even if I’m 6’2’ in height, my back doesn’t ache,” recalled Fort Manahan of Carmudi/Zigwheels/Yahoo PH.
“It gave me the confidence to go through traffic. It’s a girl rider-friendly motorcycle,” Donna Alo of Lifestyle on Wheels, shared her pleasant experience.
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