Third largest two wheeler manufacturer in India, TVS Motor has unveiled two new motorcycles today. First of the two is for the commuter segment, while second is for the racing / sports segment. Speaking about the first launch, it is new TVS Victor, a nameplate which was discontinued by them a few years ago. The second launch of the day is their flagship two wheeler, Apache RTR 200 4V.
New TVS Victor, it is built on a modified platform, and powered by a new 110 cc engine. This engine generates peak power of 9.6 PS at 8,000 rpm and 9.4 Nm torque at 6,000 rpm via a four speed transmission. It will be available in two variants, with drum brake and with disc brake. The drum brake variant will cost you INR 49,490, while the disc brake variant will cost you INR 51,490. All prices are ex-showroom, New Delhi.
New TVS Victor is 1980 mm long, 1090 mm tall, and 750 mm wide. It has a ground clearance of 175 mm and a wheelbase of 1260 mm.
Positioned in the 110cc segment, the new TVS Victor is seen with LED tail lamp, alloy wheels and a host of new body graphics. It has a fuel tank capacity of 8 liters (including 2 liters reserve), while colour options on offer include Zestful Red, Generous Grey, Blissful Blue, Balanced Black Red, Serene Silver, and Beatific Black Silver. Other features include a 55 watt headlamp and front disc as option.
TVS Victor was initially launched by the company in 2001 but was discontinued with the introduction of newer models in the company lineup. It is also the first motorbike to be built by TVS on their own.
To be launched later in Feb 2016, new Victor is aimed at buyers who are family man and in the age group of 25-40 years. It will compete with the likes Honda Livo, Hero Passion, Bajaj Discover, and Suzuki Hayate.