The TVS Ntorq 125 made entry into the Indian market as the first connected scooter of India. Apart from this and that it gets a punchy engine and amazing looks, the scooter was an instant hit with the Indian market. The scooter has really sporty looks and it really sets apart from the crowd. The vehicle has sharp design lines that make it look like origami of some sort. The front part looked a bit odd but now it has got its fix with all now race edition. The vehicle has its own app which connects with the smart connect system that showed turn by turn navigation, calls and lap times. The company claims that the vehicle’s styling has been inspired by aircraft. The rear design of the vehicle is very edgy and a statement maker. To start with there are afterburner kind shaped design elements. The tail lamp is a complete LED unit and it has a t-shaped design. The indicators are swept back and take the shape of the body. The grab rails are nice and bold with hanging spots on the. As for features, there is an external fuel filler cap.
The exhaust note has been made a bit strong and the shape also has been made like an upswept one. The cooling fan on the engine is red in color which provides good contrast and a sporty feeling. The wheels on this scooter are 12-inch alloys which have a really well though design. The front gets a disc brake and it is the roto petal design as on the Apache. The tyres are also chunkily providing good comfort and stability.
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About the engine of the vehicle, the 2020 model of the scooter will have a BS6 compliant 3 valve engine which is about 125cc. The exhaust now is very grunty and feels nice to have on a scooter but this will have seen some change with the BS6 compliance. The low emissions mean now the scooter will be much more silent and it might lose some of its grunt. Current its makes around 9.4 bhp of power. Although this is a scooter it gets a lap timer which shows how TVS racing DNA is seen even on a scooter. It also sports a lap timer. An eco mode light is also placed on the console. Now this updated version of the scooter will not lose any features but we might see a start-stop and silent start feature on it. The pricing structure will also change. Recently the race edition of this scooter has been launched. It gets a revised headlamp and new decals.
The current pricing of the TVS Ntorq 125 is Rs. 59,152 for the regular version and Rs. 63,475 for the race edition. These prices will see some hike as the BS6 versions of these scooters are launched. We expect an increase of Rs 5000 on this introduction. The vehicle also has some safety features which include an engine start-stop system
Now for the question that if you should buy this vehicle before BS6 comes in? Looking at the BS6 emissions this vehicle will either lose power or the exhaust note both of these features make this scooter a good buy right now. The vehicle will also become costlier which is not a good thing in any aspect. This means that it will be a good deal if you but this scooter right now.