TVS has propelled its much-anticipated bike, the Ntorq 125 at the price X showroom Rs 58,750. The fourth model in TVS’ armada – after the Scooty (Pep+ and Pizzazz 110), the Wego and the Jupiter – the Ntorq is pointed decisively at the youthful age, with an execution that guarantees to coordinate its energizing style. Its styling, according to TVS, has been propelled by stealth air ships and keeping in mind that it cuts a commonplace outline, it features some striking subtle elements.
Additionally making its introduction on the Ntorq is TVS’ elite innovation stage, SmartXonnect, and it’s the principal bike, over all fragments, to offer Bluetooth network. Its completely computerized instrument board likewise offers route help, guest ID and an (application based) stopping area help and additionally three show modes – Road, Game and Ride Details. The instrument show screen additionally includes a lap clock, a best speed recorder and normal speed marker, aside from showing the motor oil temperature. It additionally includes two trek meters, a clock, and computerized readouts for the speedo and the fuel measure.
The Ntorq has a wheelbase of 1,285mm and a kerb weight of 116.1kg. To run with its energetic purpose, the bike additionally includes an adjustable fork and gas-filled safeguard. For the time being, the Ntorq gets just a 220mm circle brake (with a 130mm drum at the back), and it wears a 100/80×12 tire at the front and a 110/80×12 tire at the back (tubeless at either end). The fuel tank, in the mean time, is a 5.0-liter unit. Fueling the Ntorq is another CVTi-REVV 124.8cc engine with a 3-valve head which produces 9.5hp and 10.5Nm of torque, making it the most capable bike to be offered by TVS yet. The Ntorq 125 has been estimated at Rs 58,750 (ex-showroom, Delhi), which is great for a bike this tech-stacked and execution arranged. The Ntorq 125 will principally contend with the Honda Grazia and the up and coming Aprilia SR125.