12th Feb 2020 4:14 pm
The price hike ranges from Rs 6,513 to Rs 9,980, depending on the variant.
TVS has finally revealed prices for its BS6-compliant Ntorq 125. The sporty scooter now costs Rs 65,975 (drum), Rs 69,975 (disc) and Rs 72,455 (Race Edition), which is an increase that ranges from Rs 6,513 to Rs 9,980, depending on the variant.
While the two-wheeler maker hasn’t given out the details yet, the new BS6-compliant TVS Ntorq 125 has most certainly shifted from a carburettor to a fuel-injection system. Like every other BS6 offering, we also expect there to be changes to the exhaust system. What remains to be seen is how these changes have affected the power and torque figures.
What’s also not known is whether there are any other changes on the new model, in terms of cosmetics and its features list. Honda has been heavily updating all of its BS6-compliant models with a host of features. We do expect the LED headlight that made its debut on the Race Edition to make it to the standard versions of the Ntorq.
When compared to other BS6-compliant 125cc scooter in India, the Ntorq isn’t the most affordable, but it isn’t the most expensive either. It has a starting price of Rs 65,975, which is slightly higher than that of the BS6 Suzuki Access 125 (Rs 64,800). The Yamaha Ray ZR 125, meanwhile, has been priced at Rs 66,730, while prices for the Honda Activa 125 FI begin at Rs 67,490.
All prices, ex-showroom, Delhi.