TVS launched ‘Commuter of the Year’ edition of the Radeon motorcycle in two variants

Chennai based automaker, TVS Motor Company, has launched a special edition of Radeon 110 which they call ‘Commuter of the Year’ edition. There are two variants on offer – Drum and Disc. The base drum brake variant of TVS Radeon is priced at Rs 52,720 while disc brake equipped bike is priced at Rs 54,820. The prices mentioned are ex-showroom, Delhi.


Speaking about the added features, the limited edition Radeon gets headlamp chrome finish and striking new graphics which added to the visual appeal. There is a new robust fuel tank cushion with chrome accents. The thigh pad, on the other hand, gets a new ‘R’ emblem, the brake and clutch levels are now metallic, rear view mirrors are also chrome plated as well as chrome carburetor cover. This special edition also made disc brake’s addition into the Radeon commuter bike.

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Aniruddha Haldar, Vice President (Marketing) – Commuter Motorcycles and Scooters, TVS Motor Company, said that TVS Radeon has generated unprecedented love from the automobile experts and customers alike. Within a year of its launch, Radeon garnered sales of over 2 lakh units in the Indian market. TVS Radeon also became the most awarded commuter motorcycle of the year. The special edition is here to celebrate the spirit of Radeon’s Buland DNA.

Powering the TVS Radeon is an air-cooled 110cc Dura-Life engine. This powerplant produces 8.2bhp at 7000rpm and 8.7Nm of twisting force peaking at 5000rpm. The engine is mated to a 4-speed constant mesh gearbox. The motorcycle features a 10-liter fuel tank and with an economy of 69.3 kmpl (ARAI tested) it can deliver a ‘real world’ range of more than 600 km.

Special edition of TVS Radeon comes in two distinct color options – Chrome-Black and Chrome-Brown. We expect that the Radeon will sell this festive season owing to its commuter prowess.

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