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TVS to launch Scooty Zest in India on August 20

TVS to launch Scooty Zest in India on August 20

Snapshot: Shown at Auto Expo for the first time, the Zest will be powered by the same engine as found in TVS Wego and Jupiter

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The Chennai based two-wheeler manufacturer, TVS, will launch its latest scooter Scooty Zest on August 20. Such was the success of Scooty in its glory days that it became synonymous with the automatic scooters.

Well, in order to revive the glorious past and to give a competition to Honda's Activa, TVS has decided to launch the new Scooty Zest soon. Last month only, it replaced Bajaj from the number three spot in terms of domestic sales. TVS is doing exceptionally well in the scooter segment which has helped it scale new heights in the recent times.

The new Scooty Zest looks fresh with its looks, but not distinctive. The scooter will be powered by the same engine that runs Wego and Jupiter. The 110cc engine churns out a maximum power of 7.88bhp at 7,500rpm and 8Nm of torque at 5,500rpm. Clubbed with a V-Matic CVT transmission, the scooter claims to deliver 62kmpl of fuel efficiency. 

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