Suzuki’s Bold Move at Makina Motoshow

Suzuki made a bold move at Makina Motoshow unveiling its latest motorcycle models and promos that fit your need and lifestyle.

Suzuki Philippines has made the bold move at the Makina Motoshow as the Japanese giant unveiled its latest motorcycles held at the S.M.X. Convention Center, Pasay City. More than 50,000 motorcycle enthusiasts trooped to the venue to see the vast array of motorcycle displays and accessories. Encouraging everyone to make their bold move by riding with passion; Suzuki introduced its brand new, muscular, sporty scooter and grand tourer big bike that was sure to captivate every rider’s attention with their design, technology, and value for money. 


The Suzuki Avenis

Dubbed as the country’s “first and only muscular sporty scooter,” the first motorcycle unveiled was the Suzuki Avenis. It is powered by 125cc Suzuki Eco Performance engine with a tough, bold, and aerodynamic design. With its average fuel-efficiency record of 54km/L, it is the perfect mode of transportation, especially now that we all need to be more economical. It is made with comfort and convenience in mind, with many practical features, especially the external hinge fuel cap that makes gassing up a breeze. 


With the current trend in the Philippines of developing one’s passion into a side hustle, such as a small business or a means to earn additional income, the Avenis has become a practical mode of commerce to transport people and commodities. It is made for people who want to do more and achieve more in life, a scooter meant for those who want to follow their passion. The Avenis is priced at an S.R.P. of 79,400 and is available in three color variants – Metallic Matte Black, Pearl Orange Blaze, and Pearl Mirage White.


The Suzuki GSX-S1000GT

The next motorcycle launched was the Suzuki GSX-S1000GT – a big bike that offers comfort, control, connectivity, and eye-catching style combined with a commanding large displacement that promises a sports touring experience. It is equipped with Suzuki’s high-performance 999cm D.O.H.C. liquid-cooled inline-four engine –a common D.N.A. of the GSX-R1000 bike.


It has a Suzuki Intelligent Ride System (S.I.R.S.), a collection of advanced electronic systems that lets you optimize your riding experience to best suit your style and level of riding. It is designed to visually express what you expect of a grand tourer, from superbike performance potential to the sophistication of aerodynamic efficiency, advanced control systems, and smartphone connectivity. A Smart Sports Tourer that makes your destination just secondary to the fun of riding the bike itself! The GSX-S1000GT is available at an S.R.P. of Php 815,000 and comes in
three colors – Metallic Triton Blue, Metallic Reflective Blue, and Glass Sparkle Black.

Hosted by Sanya Smith, Suzuki’s booth attracted attention from motorcycle enthusiasts who received freebies, including t-shirts, caps, and bags, and enjoyed trying their luck in the “Spin A Win,” roulette and the Suzuki Aveni’s Hour game where contestants were asked features of the Avenis in a “frequently asked question” format.

Suzuki also displayed its other models: the Burgman Street, Skydrive Crossover, and Skydrive Sport. Also seen were the Raider R150 Fi, Raider J Crossover, Smash from the underbone line with V-Strom 1050XT, and Katana for the big bike’s display. Present during the event were Suzuki executives led by General Manager for Motorcycle Sales and Marketing- Jun Bulot, Assistant to the General Manager- Daigo Morikawa, National Sales Manager- Erick Fernandez, Marketing Manager- Nenuka Guba, Regional Sales Managers- Roland Raymundo and Allan Sarmiento as well as Big Bikes Supervisor- Mary Ann Garcia.  

Our new normal call: Oras na Para MagMotor, provides various rides to fit your needs and lifestyles, Check out the latest Suzuki motorcycles at your nearest Suzuki dealers nationwide. You may also make an online purchase on our website or Facebook at

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