TVS Motor launched a special edition of TVS Sport on account of the ongoing festive season in India at a price of Rs.40,088 (Ex-showroom Delhi). It is available for sale in two variants with Kick start Alloy wheel and Electric start features respectively.
The new edition of this 100cc motorcycle gets long seat, wide pillion handle and decals as revisions on the standard model. Other updates include a premium 3D logo and stylized rear view mirrors.
TVS Sport Special edition is being offered in two decal combinations- Black with blue silver and Black with red silver decals. The special edition of this commuter is powered by the same 99.7cc air cooled single cylinder engine that makes 7.5bhp worth power and 7.8Nm of peak torque. The engine is mated to a four speed gearbox as seen on the standard version.
Another highlight is the Synchronised Braking Technology (SBT) that appears as an optional feature on the new TVS Sport Special edition. TVS Sport attains popularity as the first ever 100cc motorcycle to feature this technology that engages brake on both front and rear in times of panic situations thereby providing smoother halt.
TVS Sport Special edition claims a fuel efficiency of 95kmpl. Suspension duties are performed by telescopic forks at the front while twin spring shock absorbers are provided at the rear for the same. 130mm and 110 mm drum brakes at the front and rear respectively handle braking function.
The sporty instrument cluster on the TVS Sport displays eco and power mode for fuel consumption management. Other features include all-gear electric start on the electric start variant, aluminium grab handles for the pillion rider and chrome muffler guard. Both standard and special edition models of TVS Sport will be available at company dealerships across the country.
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Yamaha launched its latest offering in the FZ series named FZ 25 as a gentle step towards the booming 250cc bike segment. Comfortably placed between the YZF R15 version 2.0 and YZF R3, this motorcycle marks Yamaha’s entry into the performance bike segment which is being dominated by giants like Royal Enfield, KTM and Bajaj Auto. The bike was initially named as FZ 250, but later the company decided to dump the 0 and name it FZ 25.
Honda launched the first scooter in India, Activa 125cc with an engine that complies with BS-IV norms. The New Activa also becomes the first scooter to get an AHO (Automatic Headlamp On) feature, which is about to be mandatory on all vehicles in India from April 1st, 2017 as part of safety regulations. Not many cosmetic updates have been provided on this best seller. However, few prominent tweaks are seen like the new pair of LED positioning lamps that fit perfectly into the chrome apron on the front, a protuberant Honda badge and also a mobile charging socket.