We recently informed about the hike in the price of TVS NTorq, and here we come again with another information about an increase in the price of TVS 2021 products. 

TVS Motor Company has increased the prices of the commuter motorcycles: the Radeon and Sport. 

With a marginal hike of Rs 30, the TVS Sport and the two variants come priced at Rs 56,130 for Kick Start and Rs 62,980 for the Electric Start


Similarly, with an increase of Rs 1280, the variants of Radeon are priced at Rs 61242 for the Radeon Drum version, whereas the previous cost was Rs 59962. 

The Radeon is available with a unique edition model that has an option of drum and disc. The price for the variants is Rs 65,567 and Rs 68,567 each.

Scooter prices

Moreover, TVS has also exaggerated its scooters’ values- the Ntorq 125, Jupiter, and Scooty. Even the Apache series have received a hike in pricing

TVS has recently increased the costs of its premium 110cc commuter offering, the Star town, and, in India. 

It’s accessible in a very drum and a disk brake variant, each of that has received a price hike of Rs 1,000

The Star town and hydraulic brakes trim costs Rs 66,865, whereas the front disc version sets you back by Rs 69,465 (both prices are ex-showroom, Delhi). 

TVS has presented the Star town Plus with refined yet multiple updates over the last year. With the BS6 transition, it received minor styling and have updates, besides the necessary engine revisions.

And it was followed by adding a front disk brake and a replacement Pearl Blue-Silver colour choice last month. 

Features accessible within the Star town embody a full-LED headlamp, a semi-digital instrument cluster, and a USB mobile charger.

Last year, TVS additionally incorporated a five-step adjustable shock absorber. Powering the bike is a 109.7cc excellent engine that creates 8.08bhp of power and 8.7Nm of peak torque. It comes mated to a four-speed gearbox. 

Considering displacement and purpose, TVS 2021 Star City Plus’s main competitors are the Honda Livo, Hero Splendor iSmart 110, and the Bajaj Platina 110 H-Gear.


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