TVS Ntorq 125 Gets New Metallic Blue And Grey Colours In India

TVS Ntorq 125 Gets New Metallic Blue And Grey Colours In India

In order to increase the styling quotient of its latest 125 cc scooter, TVS has introduced two new metallic colours to attract more young buyers

TVS officially launched Ntorq 125 in India earlier this year. The scooter is targeted at youngsters who are looking for style and performance. Earlier, Ntorq was available only in the Matte colour range which include Yellow, White, Green and Red.

Now TVS has introduced two new colour options for Ntorq which is Metallic Blue and Metallic Grey. For Sporty looks, TVS has given black colour for headlight cowl and fenders. The Ntorq 125 get halogen headlamps with DRLs, the indicators are placed on the handlebar and they are bulb type while the rear tail lamp boasts LEDs.

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TVS Ntorq 125 Gets New Metallic Blue And Grey Colours In India 1One of the standout feature of Ntorq 125 is fully digital instrument cluster which can be connected with the NTORQ mobile application and it is currently available only in Google Playstore. The application comes with features like navigation assist, top speed recorder, phone battery strength display, last parked location assist, service reminder, top speed recorder, trip metre and more.

This application can be connected to Ntorq 125 via Bluetooth and this helps the rider to be alert with incoming calls or messages. TVS Ntorq is powered by 124.79 cc single cylinder engine producing 9.4 PS of power at 7,500 rpm and 10.5 Nm of torque at 5,500 rpm.

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This engine is mated to CVT automatic transmission and braking duties are carried out by 220 mm disc at front and 130 mm drum at rear. The Ntorq comes with 22L of under-seat storage with mobile phone charger also. TVS have given telescopic front suspension and twin-tube gas charged shock absorbers at rear. TVS Ntorq is priced at Rs. 58,750 (Ex-Showroom) and compete against Honda Grazia and Suzuki Access 125.