Tvs Raider 125 is a new entry from the house of TVS Motors in premium Commuter segment. The bike has an attractive design coupled with muscular fuel tank, split seat, belly pan and grasshopper like headlamp.
TVS Radeon is the latest offering from the company and the bike is powered by 4-stroke Dura-Life engine, which is a 110 cc air cooled motor. It produces a power of 8.2 PS @7000 RPM and 8.7 NM @5000 RPM. The bike’s engine as the company claims is a long-lasting motor which will run for years down the line, without...
The 2016 TVS Victor is featured with 110cc air cooled Ecothrust engine and it has 3-Valve setup, company claims fuel efficiency of 76 Kmpl. The bike has long and comfortable seat and also featured with best in class 60W High Intensity headlamp. The Victor comes in two variants; Drum and front disc brake option.
The updated 2015 Phoenix 125 is equipped with 125cc 4-stroke engine with Ecothrust technology for better fuel economy and smooth power delivery. The new Phoenix is loaded with lots of features like all digital meter console, tubeless tyres, gas charged shock-ups and Vehicle locator key.
The tvs star city plus is a cool looking 110cc offering from TVS stable with loads of goodies like stylish analog plus digital console unit, black alloy wheels and handle bar weight balancer etc. The only missing element is lack of front disc brake option.
TVS MAX 4R is a multi utility motorcycle with 110cc 4-stroke torquey engine. The bike has unique four rear shock absorbers setup for more efficient load bearing, it also has split dual seats with rear detachable seat for convenient goods carrying. The MAX 4R also has optional mobile charger feature for charging the mobiles on the run.
Phoenix 125 is the only offering from TVS in 125cc premium executive class. The bike has many such features which stands it out as a premium 125cc category bike. The Phoenix 125 has fully digital console, 240mm roto-petal disc brakes, tubeless tyres, rear "series spring suspensions" and above all 125cc Eco- Thrust Engine, which is very capable and at the...
TVS Jive was the second ever two-wheeler and first ever motorcycle in India launched with "Auto-Clutch" technology. Previously Hero Honda had introduced a two-wheeler named- "Street" with such kind of technology.
Flame DS125 was another effort of TVS towards its futuristic approach. The Flame DS125 had controversial 125cc 3-valves CC-VTi (controlled combustion variable timing intelligent) engine. The only engine of the country having 3-valves and twin spark plugs, developed with the aid of Austrian company- AVL.
TVS Centra was the bike having 100cc 4-stroke engine, developed by TVS indigenously with VT-i technology at its early stage. The bike was said to be the fuel efficient one with descent performance figure, which was also called the best in its class at that time.
It is the battle of the century. The fight which will make or break empires. These are the two Titans which will carry their kings to the true heights of glory. I mean kidding aside, it’s these type of motorcycles which actually bring in the sales for the company. The whole cycle of R&D depends upon these bikes, more on that some other time. Today let’s compare the TVS Radeon and Hero Splendor. But since performance isn’t the forte of these motorcycles, we will compare them on the basis of "For they will be bought". Let’s begin.
The new product from the leading automotive makers has a lot of expectations. With 30% increased front faring the new Victor has slight visible changes compared Star city. The new Victor be that as it may, not only a face lift or a "transformed" and overhauled rendition of the old model.
TVS Motor has revived their once very popular brand “Victor” by re-launching the 110cc Victor along with very promising TVS Apache RTR 200 4V. The 2016 Victor carries the baton of TVS and it has been placed right between TVS Star City and TVS Phoenix.
TVS has silently launched the updated version of its 125cc premium executive class Phoenix. When TVS launched the Phoenix 125 back in 2012 it carried features which was seen on bigger bikes like fully digital console, 240mm roto-petal disc brakes, tubeless tyres and it had 125cc Eco- Thrust Engine, which is very capable and frugal engine but TVS decided to update the bike in 2015 so lets see what the bike has got?
With the launch of new Honda Dream CD 110, Honda has generated a buzz amongst 110cc commuter segment market, however Honda has pitched the new Dream CD 110 against the Hero HF Deluxe by keeping it almost exactly same priced. But we put it other way round and decided to compare other potential competitors of Dream CD 110 in 110cc segment.