TVS Motor Company has finally rolled out an all-new Radeon commuter motorcycle in India. Priced at Rs 48,400 (ex-showroom, Delhi), the TVS Radeon has joined the 110cc bandwagon with the TVS Victor and the TVS Star City Plus. In the 110cc commuter segment, it will take on the Hero Passion XPro and the Honda Livo. TVS claims that the Radeon has “a unique combination of sturdy metal built, robust styling and plush comfort”.
At the heart of the TVS Radeon is a 109.7cc, single-cylinder engine pushing out a maximum power of 9.5bhp at 7,500rpm against a peak torque of 8.7Nm at 5,000rpm. It’s the same powertrain that does duty to the TVS Victor and the Star City Plus. The commuter delivers a claimed fuel economy of 69.3kmpl and accelerates 0-60kmph in 8.34 seconds. Read: TVS Zeppelin 220cc Cruiser – 5 Things We Know
Based on the steel tubular chassis, the TVS Radeon features premium body graphics than its 110cc siblings. It bike rides on 18-inch wheels combined with first-in-segment Sync braking technology. This braking system controls and minimizes skidding ensuring safety of the rider. There are thigh pads on fuel tank. Read About – TVS Apache RR 310 | TVS NTorq 125
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The bike also comes loaded with several goodies including an all digital instrument panel, dura grip tyres, 3D chrome logo, self start, a USB charging slot, side stand indicator with beeper, pillion grab rail and headlamp with chrome bezel and DRL. You will also notice the chrome finish on speedometer, silencer and shock absorber shroud. The TVS Radeon is available in four colour schemes – White, Black, Beige and Purple. Check Out – TVS CREON Performance Electric Scooter Pictures & Details
The TVS Radeon is claimed to offer the segment-leading ground clearance of 180mm and wheelbase of 1265mm. It also gets the largest seat (in length and width) with a low height in the 110cc scooter space. The bike offers a fuel tank capacity of 10-litre. For damping duties, the commuter gets telescopic oil damped front suspension with 5-step adjustable rear hydraulic shock absorber.
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