This pricing makes it essentially the most inexpensive two-wheeler in India presently to supply a TFT show.
The range-topping variant of the TVS Raider 125 has been launched at Rs 99,990 (ex-showroom, Delhi). This variant will get a 5-inch TFT sprint versus the usual Raider 125 that makes do with a digital LCD show.
TVS Raider 125 up to date with TFT sprint
Equipping the Raider 125 with a 5-inch TFT sprint has introduced an entire bunch of options to the inexpensive finish of the bike spectrum. This TFT sprint might be paired along with your smartphone permitting you to obtain notification alerts, climate forecast in addition to turn-by-turn navigation. A neat characteristic that comes with this TFT sprint is when the low-fuel warning mild comes on, the bike will mechanically navigate to the closest petrol pump.
One other characteristic not seen on this house earlier than is voice recognition, enabling you to manage the parameters of your navigation or music by merely telling the bike to take action. You possibly can even modify the brightness of the TFT display screen.
Mechanically, the bike stays unchanged. The TVS Raider 125 continues to be powered by the oil-cooled, 124.8cc single-cylinder engine making 11.4hp at 7,5000rpm and 11.2 Nm of torque at 6,000rpm. This engine is mated to a 5-speed gearbox and it even has two energy modes: Energy and Eco. Suspension duties are taken care of by a telescopic fork and monoshock, and the Raider runs on 17-inch solid alloy wheels. The Raider 125 geared up with the TFT sprint can solely be had with a disc brake on the entrance.
TVS Raider 125: value and rivals
Priced at Rs 99,990 (ex-showroom, Delhi), this makes the up to date Raider 125 essentially the most inexpensive bike in India to have a TFT sprint. The TFT-equipped variant might be had in two colors, black and yellow. Its chief rival is the Hero Glamour XTEC, which is priced Rs 10,000 decrease than the TVS at Rs 89,438. The pricing for this top-spec Raider 125 is introductory, which implies it’s prone to go up sooner or later.