TVS has started launching its BS-6 models, including the BS-6 Apache RTR 160 4V, RTR 200 4V and Jupiter Classic. The manufacturer confirmed that it will launch BS-6 models in a phased manner and the next in line, might be the Ntorq 125.
Now, Team-BHP has leaked the on-road price details of BS-6 TVS scooters and motorcycles. Most of the motorcycles and scooters have cleared the norms, unlike other manufacturers who have discontinued many models of theirs.
As per the document, the Apache RR310 gets the costliest price hike of Rs 38,000. Its BS-6 version will cost around Rs 2.95 Lakhs, on-road. Followed by that, is the RTR 200, which now costs Rs 1.56 Lakhs on-road. The BS-6 RTR 200 has been launched recently.
Other popular models like Jupiter, Grande Edition, Ntorq and Radeon have also received considerable hikes. The regular variant of Jupiter gets costlier by Rs 9670. The BS-6 Jupiter Grande will be costlier by Rs 11,288. The Ntorq range will demand Rs 10,500-11,400 more soon. Lastly, even a commuter motorcycle, like Radeon will demand Rs 9,400 extra for BS-6.
The good thing is that the old-generation Apache RTR 160 2V and RTR 180 have also cleared the norms. Both these motorcycles were launched back in 2012 and the latter already came with ABS as an option. TVS motorcycles have always remained advanced in terms of features.
As stated earlier, TVS recently launched the BS-6 Apache RTR 160 4V and RTR 200 4V. The engine has been upgraded to offer a better mileage figure but loses out on power and torque. Additionally, both of them get new features like LED headlamps and Fuel Injection.
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For the 2020 Auto Expo, TVS is most likely to showcase its EV concepts. We are expecting to see the TVS Zepellin cruiser and the earlier showcased, Creon scooter concept to be seen in a production form.