The TVS Scooty Pep is very popular and a sensation amongst girls and now upgraded as Scooty Pep Plus. Currently, there are two models in the Scooty line-up viz. the Pep Plus and the Zest. Both the Scooty Pep Plus and the Zest offer a best-in-class mileage of 65kmpl. The Scooty Pep Plus houses an 87.8cc, single-cylinder, 4-stroke, air-cooled engine.
The Scooty Pep is a TVS entry-level scooter geared for young Indian ladies that was released in 2003. The Scooty Pep Plus was rebadged after the scooter had a thorough makeover. It has small dimensions and is light in weight, making it easy to handle and maneuver. It is powered by an 87.8cc BS6 engine that produces 5.36 horsepower and 6.5 Nm of torque. The TVS Scooty has both front and rear drum brakes, resulting in a combined stopping system for both wheels. The fuel tank capacity of this scooter is 4.2 gallons and it weighs 93 kg.
It has an air-cooled single-cylinder engine that was converted to BS6 with fuel injection. Surprisingly, despite the lower emissions, it produces more power and torque, with 5.3bhp and 6.5Nm, respectively, than the BS4 variant. The scooter is suspended in the front by telescopic forks and rear by a mono-shock, with drum brakes on both ends and Synchronized Braking Technology (SBT). The Scooty Pep Plus is equipped with a mobile charger plug, side stand alarm, under-seat storage hooks, DRLs, an open glove box, and TVS’s unique ‘Eazy’ Stand technology, which decreases the effort necessary to put the vehicle on the center stand by 30%. A 3D emblem, jazzier set of images, and premium textured seat finish are included in the matte finish edition.
The mileage scooter is available at a starting price of Rs. 56,730 in India. It comes in 3 variants and 8 colors with the top variant price/- starting from Rs. 59,992. (EX showroom).
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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