TVS has updated most of its models with BS6 engines. Now, BS6 TVS Ntorq has been silently launched and it has started reaching dealerships. The bookings for that have also commenced and our dealership sources suggest that the deliveries will commence before the end of this month.
The prices of BS6 TVS Ntorq have also been revealed. The scooter is available in three variants – Drum, Front Disc and Race Edition. Here are the updated ex-showroom prices:
Ntorq Drum Brakes – Rs 65,975
Front Disc Brake – Rs 69,975
Race Edition – Rs 72,455
In comparison to BS4 prices, the Drum brakes variant sees a price hike of Rs 6513, disc brake variants with a hike of Rs 9,980 and the Race Edition with Rs 7530 hike. The BS4 Ntorq was amongst the most affordable and value-for-money scooter in its segment.
To make the Ntorq BS6 compliant, TVS has added a fuel injection system as standard now. It continues with the same 125cc engine, producing 9.4 PS and 10.5 Nm of peak torque. Ntorq is still one of the fastest and most powerful scooters in its class.
Features onboard will include LED headlamps, LED DRLs, fully digital instrument console with Bluetooth connection, onboard navigation, external fuel filling cap, alloy wheels, engine kill switch and much more. Its instrument console displays information such as incoming call, message alert, lap timings, top speed and a lot more.
TVS Ntorq goes against the likes of Suzuki Burgman Street 125, Honda Grazia 125, Honda Activa 125, Aprilia Storm 125 and Hero Maestro Edge 125. In its class, Activa, Storm and Burgman Street are already BS6 compliant. The prices of Activa and Storm BS6 have been revealed and both are available for sale.