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TVS bikes and scooters: Nepal price list for August 2021. Plus, 4 bikes to watch

The popularity of TVS two-wheelers is growing these days in Nepal. The TVS two-wheelers now look more aggressive and are more powerful than they once used to be.

The Apache and Ntorq series are the most popular two-wheelers of TVS in Nepal. The gradual development in engineering and technology of TVS two-wheelers can be seen in each of their recent launches.

Today, we bring you an updated price list of TVS two-wheelers in Nepal as of August 2021 and also discuss some key features of some popular bikes and scooters from the brand.

Price list

ModelPrice (Rs)
TVS Wego-SBS-BSIV 110207,900
TVS Jupiter classic 110211,900
TVS Wego FI215,900
TVS Ntorq-125 Drum221,900
TVS Ntorq-125 Disc249,900
TVS Ntorq-125 Race edition265,900
TVS Ntorq-125 Super squad270,900
TVS Ntorq-125 Race edition FI277,900
XL-100-I-Touch moped128,900
Radeon 110186,900
Stryker refresh208,900
Max-125 (Semi trial bike)241,900
Apache RTR 160 2V FD269,900
Apache RTR 160 4V FD refresh287,900
Apache RTR 160 4V RD refresh304,900
Apache RTR 160 4V RD ABS324,900
Apache RTR 200 4V324,900
Apache RTR 200 4V ABS355,900
TVS RR 310799,900

Four key bikes and scooters to watch

1. Radeon 110

Photo: tvsmotors

TVS Radeon is a near-perfect commuter bike that is powered by a 109.7cc BS6 engine that generates a power of 8 bhp and a torque of 8.7 Nm. While alloy wheels and electric start are standard, the front disc is offered only with the celebratory special edition. The bike comes with 15 per cent more mileage and improved stability that makes it start in all conditions. Enhanced engine performance, smoother ride, low maintenance, and malfunction indicator are other notable features. The bike also has an improved engine life with a super-strong box iron chassis.

2. Ntorq

Photo: Honda

TVS Ntorq is one of the most popular scooters in Nepal of late. The stealth aircraft-inspired design, powerful engine, and smooth handling make the scooter popular in no time among the youth.

Ntorq is Nepal’s first Bluetooth-connected scooter. It is also powerful as it goes from 0-60 kilometres in just nine seconds. It is also the first scooter with a three-valve technology and a SmartXonnect system. With SmartXconnect, users will get navigation assist, last parked location, and caller id. Some notable features of this vehicle are a USB charging port with boot light, gaming console-inspired instrument cluster, and sport stubby muffler. Ntorq has varieties of scooters within the series.

3. Apache RTR 160

Photo: tvsmotors

One of the best bikes in the under-Rs300,000 category, TVS Apache RTR 160 4V generates a max power of 16.62PS at 8000 rpm and a max torque of 14.8 Nm at 6500 rpm. It uses a combination of oil-cooling and air-assist cooling. Apache RTR 160 features a race-theme refined engine, excellent comfort, and best-in-segment performance. The bike gets its outlook and most of its features from its older sibling, Apache RTR 200. The bike is pretty fast and can go from 0-60 km in just 4.2 seconds. Along with the speed, the handling of the bike is also pretty comfortable and the bike has very good suspensions that make riding comfortable in every pitch condition.

4. Apache RR 310

Photo: tvsmotors

Apache RR310 is the fastest bike from the brand in Nepal. Specially designed for a solo rider, you might have to be extra careful if you are riding with a pillion rider. The RR 310 comes with a total of four riding modes – rain, urban, sport, and track. These modes offer different setups, based on the engine power/response and ABS.

If you are a speed freak, this is the bike for you. It reaches a top speed of 160 kmph and can go 0-60kmph in just 2.93 seconds. It also has SmartX connect system that displays race telemetry, ride planning, navigation assist, telephony and auxiliary dashboard.

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Subba is a tech and auto writer at Onlinekhabar.

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