TVS Ntorq 125 cc scooter launched at Rs. 58,750


TVS has launched the Ntorq 125 cc scooter in the Indian market. It is priced at Rs. 58,750 (ex-showroom, Delhi).

The Ntorq 125 is based around an under bone type frame. It measures 1,865 mm in length; 710 mm in width and its height is 1,160 mm. The wheelbase is 1,285 mm and its weighs 116.1 kg (kerb weight). It has 22 litres of under seat storage and a 5-litre fuel tank. The ground clearance of the scooter is 155 mm.

The new scooter features angular styling with a V-shaped headlamp and integrated DRLs positioned on the front cowl. It has a dual-tone front fender while the front cowl and handlebar housing have contrasting black trim. Small, rectangular turn indicators have been placed on the handle bar. The tail light is shaped like a shield and has a T-shaped LED light. The tail light is flanked by vent-like trim pieces with indicators placed below it. It has split rear grab handle and gets external fuel filler. 

The scooter comes with a digital instrument cluster, which can be paired with a mobile phone using Bluetooth. It has features like SMS alert with auto reply, missed call alert, navigation assist, last parked location assist, phone signal and battery strength display and a rider's app with rider stats, lap timer, top-speed recorder and average speed indicator. The rider can configure it using three pre-sets - Street, Sport and Ride Stats.

The TVS Ntorq 125 is powered by a 124.79 cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine that produces 9.25 BHP @ 7,500 rpm and peak torque of 10.5 Nm @ 5,500 rpm. The claimed top speed of the Ntorq 125 is 95 km/h, while the acceleration from 0-60 km/h takes 9 seconds. It uses twin telescopic front suspension and a single rear shock absorber. Brakes come in the form of a 220-mm petal type front disc and a 130-mm drum at the rear. The scooter rides on 12-inch, diamond cut alloy wheels shod with 100/80 and 110/80 section tyres in the front and rear respectively.

The TVS Ntorq 125 is available in four colour options - Matte Yellow, Matte White, Matte Green and Matte Red.

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