- TVS Ntorq 125 gets a new top-spec variant named ‘Race Edition’
- Has an LED headlamp, hazard lamp switch
- Gets a three-tone colour scheme
- No changes to engine or chassis over the regular Ntorq
- Priced at Rs 3000 over the current disc brake variant, at Rs 63,000
TVS has launched a new variant of the popular Ntorq 125, called the ‘Race Edition’. It is mechanically identical to the regular Ntorq 125, but offers a three-tone paint scheme, all-LED headlamp, and a hazard lamp indicator.
The TVS Ntorq 125 Race Edition offers three things over the regular disc brake-equipped Ntorq. An all-LED headlamp with LED DRLs in the shape of a ‘T’ that mirror the tail lamp design, a hazard lamp switch that enables it to turn all the indicators on at the same time, and triple tone paint scheme with chequered flag graphics. The LED headlamp is one of the few areas where the Ntorq 125 didn’t measure up to the competition like the Honda Grazia. The hazard lamp is a popular feature with a young audience, since it is a feature that is usually available on large-capacity two wheelers (but it is also available on smaller TVS products like the Victor), and the ‘Race Edition’ with multiple colours has worked well for the likes of the Aprilia SR150.
Mechanically, the Ntorq 125 still runs the same three valve 125cc air cooled engine that generates 9.1 bhp and 10.5 Nm. It has 12 inch rims and a front disc brake that measures 220mm in diameter. It has sold well on the back of good looks and an excellent features list which includes an all-digital instrument cluster with Bluetooth connectivity.
The TVS Ntorq 125 is priced at Rs 62,995, ex-showroom Delhi, which is a Rs 3000 increase over the disc brake equipped Ntorq 125. It competes with the likes of the Honda Grazia and the Aprilia SR125.