Drum brake equipped variant of TVS Ntorq is priced at Rs 58,252 ex-showroom

When TVS Ntorq 125 was launched in 2018, it quickly became India’s best selling 125cc scooter. The main reason behind its success was the engine, style, and features. Backed by TVS’ good quality after sales service, Ntorq became favorite among college goers and youngsters.

TVS Ntorq 125 motorcyclediaries
TVS Ntorq 125

Ntorq 125 was available in disc brake variant only, and now the company has launched drum brake variant with CBS. CBS is an acronym for Combined Braking System which helps rider during emergency braking situations by avoiding wheel locks and reducing braking distance.

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The price of Drum Brake equipped Ntorq 125 is Rs 58,252 ex-showroom, Delhi. It is Rs 1648 cheaper than the disc brake variant which carries a price tag of Rs 59,990.

TVS Ntorq 125 motorcyclediaries
TVS Ntorq 125

It is also speculated that this base variant of Ntorq will lose some features like engine kill switch, USB charger, and under-seat storage light. Other than these changes the scooter will remain the same mechanically as well as aethistically.

Powering TVS Ntorq 125 is a 124.8cc 3-valve engine. This powerplant makes 9.4 bhp and 10.5 Nm torque. Transmission is automatic CVT system which propels the 116 kg scooter to 60 kmph in 9 seconds. The top speed of Ntorq 125 is impressive at 95 kmph.

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Honda Grazia which is the main rival of Ntorq which is priced at Rs 60,700 for Drum variant, nearly Rs 2400 more. Another variant of Grazia is priced at Rs 62,650 for Drum brake with Alloy Wheels and Rs 65,095 for Disc brake variant. Drum brake on Ntorq is launched to allow customers to choose more than just one option. This might increase the number of units to move out of the showroom.

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