TVS NTORQ is the leader in the scooter segment of TVS by all means. This one has got the performance, premium looks, truckloads of features etc in its arsenal. With smart connect technology in possession it is way ahead in the game when compared with competitors. Styling and colour options will surely be a cynosure for current youth for sure.
The TVS Ntorq 125 is the company’s first entry into the premium scooter industry. And it goes to great lengths to ensure that a Ntorq customer has the most bragging rights of them all. It comes with a feature list that far exceeds those of its competitors, as well as a powerful engine and sporty handling.
The scooter is powered by a 124.8cc BS6 engine that produces 9.25 horsepower and 10.5 Nm of torque. Ntorq 125 has both front and rear drum brakes, resulting in a combined braking system for both wheels. The gasoline tank capacity of this scooter is 5.8 gallons and it weighs 118 kg.
In addition to the fundamental features, it also comes with a data-loaded digital console that displays the clock, average speed, top speed recorder, lap timer, and service and helmet reminders. But it’s the Bluetooth connectivity for smartphone pairing that really makes it stand out. A charging socket in the boot, a boot lamp, and an engine shutdown switch are among the other convenience features.
The Ntorq is also one of the few scooters to feature a three-valve head engine. It features a reported top speed of roughly 95kph and a BS6-compliant 124cc fuel-injected motor that produces 9.3bhp and 10.5Nm. The scooter comes with two different types of braking systems: drum and disc. The front brake on the former is a 130mm drum brake, while the rear brake on the latter is a 220mm disc brake. Both systems are equipped with SBS (Synchronised Braking System).
TVS now offers a Race Edition and a SuperSquad version of the Ntorq for individuals who want more from their scooter. The former gets more aggressive decals, as well as other equipment like an LED headlamp and danger lighting. The Super Squad is available in three different paint schemes,and each with designs inspired by three different Marvel Avengers characters.
TVS also sells the Ntorq 125 in the Race XP edition, which has more than just a strong three-tone color scheme. It also produces marginally more power and torque than other models, with 10bhp and 10.5Nm. What’s more, the SmartXonnect system includes two riding modes – Street and Race – as well as voice-assisted functions.
In India, the TVS Ntorq 125 scooter has a starting price of Rs. 77,388. It comes in five models and 12 colors, with the top variant starting at Rs. 90,105.
TVS NTORQ VERDICT
Gets a GPS location.
Provides excellent performance
a variety of colour options are available
The mileage is quite low.
The quality of the plastic could have been better.
Battery Capacity – 2.25kWh
Range – 75km/charge
Max Power – 4,400W
Top Speed – 78km/h Price – Rs 100777 Onwards
About TVS Bikes
TV Sundaram Iyengar established T.V.Sundaram Iyengar and Sons Limited way back in 1911. After his demise, his sons made entry into motorcycle manufacturing and other automobile sectors and Suzuki later offered technical assistance in the complete manufacturing process. This tie-up lasted for 19 years and in 2001 they began to manufacture motorcycles on their own. Beyond rich legacy, they have several landmark achievements in the technological department too. They introduced first 2-seater moped – TVS 50, first indigenous scooterette – Scooty, First Digital Ignition – Champ, First fully indigenous motorcycle – Victor, First Indian company to launch ABS – Apache RTR Series and first scooter with Body-Balance Technology – Wego.
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