Special edition on a commuter bike is not the thing that we see very often. However, TVS is the manufacturer who always tries to do something unusual. TVS Victor is a bike from the brand that comes with a special edition. But what can be special on a commuter motorcycle? So, let’s check it out the details of the TVS Victor Premium Edition.
The first and most evident difference on the TVS Victor Premium Edition is the graphics on the bikes. The graphics on the premium edition are much cleaner and neat than the standard variant. It gives some sporty look to the bike.
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The most fundamental thing for any premium vehicle in India is to have many chrome elements. Therefore, the TVS Victor Premium Edition comes with chrome side cover and chrome crash guard.
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The Premium Edition comes with LED DRLs at the bottom of the headlight unit. Also, on the top of the headlamp unit, there is a faux DRL like strip which also helps to improve the aesthetic appeal of the bike.
Golden Clutch Cover
The golden clutch cover is pretty common on TVS bikes now. We have seen the golden clutch cover on the Radeon as well. Nevertheless, it looks good and specifically suits better on the Black Gold colour option of the bike.
The seat cover is also an important aesthetic element for a bike. The TVS Victor Premium Edition comes with a brown and beige coloured seat. It looks good and gives it a kind of leather feel.
The Premium Edition comes with three colour options – Matte Blue, Black Gold and Matte Silver. The Premium Edition is purely an aesthetic treat and mechanically everything remains the same as the Standard variant.
The bike shares the engine with TVS Star City Plus. So the BS6 TVS Victor will be having a 109.7 cc fuel-injected engine. It produces about 8 bhp max power and 8.7 Nm of peak torque. The braking is done by the 240 mm disc at the front and 130 mm disc at the rear. The suspension of the bike is done by the telescopic suspension at the front and dual 5-step adjustable hydraulic spring suspension at the rear.
The TVS Victor Premium Edition features a semi-digital instrument cluster, engine start-stop button, pass light switch and other much-needed features. It is priced at Rs 61,959 (ex-showroom). However, the BS6 TVS Victor Premium Edition is yet to be launched and is expected with a price hike of Rs 5,000-6,000. It competes against other 110 cc bikes in the segment such as Hero Passion Pro, Bajaj Platina 110 H-Gear and its sibling TVS Star City Plus.