TVS Motor Company has increased prices of the BS6-compliant Radeon 110cc commuter and Ntorq 125 scooter in the country. Both models have witness a marginal price of around Rs 910. Now, the BS6 TVS Radeon is available at starting price of Rs 59,742 (for the standard variant). The disc and drum variants of the motorcycles are priced at Rs 65,742.
After the price hike, the BS6 TVS Ntorq 125 Drum and Disc variants can be had at Rs 66,885 and Rs 70,885 respectively. The scooter’s premium Race Edition has been priced at Rs 73,365. All prices are ex-showroom.
Launched in 2018, the TVS Ntorq is India’s first connected scooter featuring a TVS SmartXonnect that connects vehicle to the phone via a Bluetooth enabled app. It also assists in parking, navigation and offers multiple information including top speed, service reminder, lap timer, trip meter and more. The Ntorq derives its power from a 124.8cc, single-cylinder engine that’s good enough for 9.4bhp and 10.5Nm. It offers a multi-ride mode Street and Sport. Read – TVS Ronin Name Registered; Could Be The Zeppelin Cruiser
The TVS Ntorq Race Edition looks slightly different than the standard model. It features a new LED headlamp with a T-shaped diffused LED DRLs, red-black and silver-coloured body panels, chequered-style decals on the front apron and side panels, hazard light and a unique colour scheme.
With the TVS Radeon, the company aimed to appeal small town and rural buyers. Powering the bike is a 109.7cc engine pushing out a peak power of 8.4bhp and 8.7Nm of torque. The commuter offers a fuel tank capacity of 10-litres and returns a claimed mileage of 69.3kmpl. It has a ground clearance of 180mm. The bikemaker has equipped it with TVS’ Synchronised Braking Technology, which is similar to Honda’s CBS (Combi braking system). Read: New TVS-BMW Motorcycle – What We Know So Far
The 110cc commuter motorcycle from TVS is available in four colours – Beige, White, Black and Purple. Features such as blacked out alloy wheels and analogue instrument console with Power and Eco mode indication are standard. The bike also features Victor-inspired headlamp and cowl, a flat and textured seat, light gold finish on engine and gearbox casing and lots of chrome on kick starter, exhaust, crash guard and rear shocks.