TVS has finally transitioned the brand’s most loved sporty scooter the Ntorq into the BS6 avatar. Here is are the 5 things you should know upcoming TVS Ntorq BS6.


The prices have been revealed of the upcoming BS6 version. The prices are hiked by Rs 6,513 to Rs 9,980, depending on the trim. It will start at Rs 65,975(ex-showroom) for drum variant and Rs 69,975(ex-showroom) for the disc variant. The Race Edition will now costs around Rs 72,455(ex-showroom).

The scooter is Rs 1,175 expensive than the Suzuki access but is certainly cheaper than other 125 cc scooters such as the Yamaha Ray ZR 125 (Rs 66,730) and Honda Activa 125(Rs 67,490).


The manufacturer hasn’t revealed the details and technical specifications about the scooter yet. The changes are mostly expected with the engine and the exhaust system. The engine will now posses the fuel injection system. The BS6 engine is likely to have a slight power drop compared to BS4 version. For reference, the BS4 model produces around 9.1 bhp at 7,500 rpm and 10.5 Nm peak torque at 5,500 rpm. The mileage, however, will have an increase of 10-15 % over the predecessor. Throttle response will be better due to the fuel injection system. Other features are expected to be same as BS4 version.

2019 TVS Ntorq 125 side


The TVS Ntorq BS6 will continue to get the LCD infotainment cluster, Bluetooth smart connectivity, LED DRLs, etc. The smart connectivity features include the navigation assist, caller id, last parked location, ride stats, etc. It is expected that the T-shaped LED of Race Edition can make a way to the standard models too. It will continue to get external fuel lid.


Hardware will be much or less similar to the BS4 version. It will continue to get 12-inch both front and rear tyres. Braking duty will be managed by 220 mm disc at the front and 130 mm drum at rear. Suspension duty will be managed by telescopic suspension at the front and single hydraulic spring suspension at the rear.

5. Rivals

The TVS Ntorq BS6 will compete against Suzuki Access 125, Honda Grazia, Suzuki Burgman Street and Yamaha Ray ZR 125.


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