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TVS Ntorq Front Drum Brake Launched – Prices and Changes

TVS Ntorq is now available with a front drum brake, along with the option of a front disc brake. The new variant comes with CBS as standard.

TVS Ntorq 125 was earlier available only in the front disc – rear drum brake setup. Now, to make it even more accessible, the scooter is available with front drum brakes as an option.

The Ntorq Front Drum Brake Variant is priced at Rs 58,252, which makes it cheaper by Rs 1,600 than the front disc variant. The other variant goes for Rs 59,900 (ex-showroom Delhi).

The new variant of TVS Ntorq uses 130mm drum brakes at both the ends. Synchronized Braking System (SBS) comes in as standard fitment on both the variants.

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Other than that, there are no changes onboard the scooter. It continues with the same 124.6cc air-cooled motor that produces 9.4 BHP and 10.5 Nm of peak torque. The engine is mated to a CVT gearbox.

Ntorq is filled with features to the brim, including a Bluetooth-integrated speedometer, Turn-by-Turn navigation, LED DRLs, Diamond Cut Alloy wheels, Engine-Kill switch, Pass-by switch, external fuel filler cap and a dual-steering lock.

The instrument console displays information such as Riding modes, Best Lap stats, Top speed, Lap Timer, Incoming Call and Message Alert, Phone Battery and Network Display, Last Parked Location Assist, etc.

For suspension, TVS Ntorq 125 uses telescopic forks at the front and Gas filled Shock Absorber at the back. Along with the drum brake, it uses a 220mm Roto-Petal disc brake too.

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TVS offers six colour options on the scooter – Matte Yellow, Matte White, Matte Red, Metallic Blue, Metallic Red and Metallic Grey. All the colours have a thick Black racy strip at the front.

Ntorq 125 goes against the likes of Honda Grazia, Suzuki Burgman Street, Hero Destini 125 and Aprilia SR125. The drum brake is literally priced at par with TVS Jupiter.