TVS Ntorq 125 is currently one of the most advanced sporty scooters in India. Since its launch in 2019, it has become a favorite of many. This scooter is very popular especially among the young generation But Ntorq failed to protect itself from the onslaught of rising prices in India in May. With the exception of the Ntorq XT variant launched last month,
TVS has announced an increase in the price of each of Ntorq’s models. However, it is safe to say that the price hike has gone above Rs 1,461 crore. Let’s find out what is the added value per model.
TVS Ntorq 125 New Price
The Ntorq drum brake will now cost Rs 8,106 to buy. The price of the disc brake model has increased to Rs 61,561. The price of Race Edition has been increased to Rs 85,161. If you want to buy Super Squad Edition, you have to pay 7,81 rupees. In the end, it will cost Rs 69,211 to buy Race XP. Note that these are ex-showroom price 7
Incidentally, this month TVS has increased the price of commuter motorcycles like Apache Range, Raider, Radeon, Star City Plus and Sport, and Jupiter lineup. Meanwhile the newly launched TVS Ntorq XT TFT display comes with a split type instrument cluster, new SmartXtalk and SmartXtracks with updated SmartXonnect system and IntelliGO start / stop technology. The price has been kept at Rs 1,02,623.
Despite the price increase, however, the design, specifications, or features of the TVS Ntorq 125 have not changed. As before, it will run on 124.6 cc, air-cooled engine. Which will yield 9.25 bhp of power and 10.5 Nm of torque. It has 12 inch alloy wheels. The scooter weighs 118 kg with telescopic fork and monoshock suspension. It has a 5.8 liter fuel tank.