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Savings of up to Rs 19,000 is now available on the entire range of TVS bikes and scooters

The festive season has been started with the Navratri, all two-wheeler manufacturer is now showering offers on their products to attract customers. This time, TVS is offering a 5-year warranty on its motorcycles and scooters without any extra charge. Not only this but there is also savings available on the 5-year own damage (OD) insurance of up to Rs 8800. The downpayment of the two-wheelers is pegged at Rs 10,999 only.

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The TVS Apache range gets the highest benefits of Rs 19,000. All other bikes also come with a free 5-year warranty. Apache RR310, however, gets only 2-year warranty even in the festive offer.

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TVS Radeon, on the other hand, is being offered with a downpayment of just 5999 and there is no processing fee either to get the loan. The processing fee saved is somewhere worth Rs 1000-2000 depending on the financer’s cut. Radeon is sold as a commuter of the year edition which has an ex-showroom price of Rs 52,720 for drum brake variant and Rs 54,820 for the disc brake variant.

Also Read: Best scooters under Rs 60,000 in India

Speaking about the scooters, TVS Scooty, Jupiter and Wego are being offered with similar kind of offers in which you need to pay a low downpayment and cheaper loan interest rate. The warrant of the scooters is 5-year/50,000 km a bit less on the km front as bikes are being offered with 5-year/60,000 km warranty.

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The TVS XL100 Heavy Duty Moped gets a 3-year/36,000 km warranty in the festive season offer. TVS XL100 is the only Model one can buy in India. Prior to the 100cc 4-stroke engine, it used to come with an 80cc 2-stroke engine. And since the 2-strokers are completely banned from the country, TVS had to upgrade to a 100cc 4 stroke engine. The Moped also has an option for electric start. XL100 features an automatic single-speed transmission just like we see on the scooters.

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