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TVS Star City Plus

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The TVS Star City+ is the latest member of the Chennai-based automobile major’s signature series of bikes. It was first showcased at the 2014 Delhi Auto Expo. The Star City+, a city rider, was launched in the Indian domestic market to bolster the company’s sagging portfolio which was under intense competition from Bajaj and Hero Honda. It’s a premium member of the Star range which is essentially targeted at young urban bikers. The bike packs in some pretty nice features, premium looks, reliabi....

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TVS Star City Plus Price

The least priced variant is  TVS Star City Plus Electric Start Mag  priced at Rs. 61,104 and the most priced variant is TVS Star City Plus Kargil Edition  priced at Rs. 64,749.

TVS Star City Plus Price List

VariantSpecsPrice
Electric Start Mag 109.7 cc,Rs61,104
Electric Start Mag SBT 109.7 cc,Rs62,011
Dual Tone 109.7 cc,Rs62,219
Special Edition 109.7 cc,Rs62,372
Dual Tone SBT 109.7 cc,Rs63,668
Kargil Edition 109.7 cc,Rs64,749
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The TVS Star City+ is the latest member of the Chennai-based automobile major’s signature series of bikes. It was first showcased at the 2014 Delhi Auto Expo. The Star City+, a city rider, was launched in the Indian domestic market to bolster the company’s sagging portfolio which was under intense competition from Bajaj and Hero Honda. It’s a premium member of the Star range which is essentially targeted at young urban bikers. The bike packs in some pretty nice features, premium looks, reliability, and mileage. Indian bikers are spoilt for choice in the city commuting two-wheeler category, and the Star City+ aims to draw attention to premium city biking with an urban look and feel, and at the same time helping the 40-year old company in expanding its market presence.  The bike is available in the Electric Start Mag, Kickstart Mag, and the Electric Start Mag Gold versions.

The new TVS Star City+ sports a revamped design. The styling is refreshing but pretty subtle to be missed at first glance. TVS has focused its attention on improving the quality of the vehicle, something which was not always the company’s priority. The result is the Star City+, which boasts of an improved fit and finish, better quality switches and plastics, and a good paint job. The design upgrades are inspired by the TVS Phoenix.

 The TVS Star City+ comes in five colour options. It offers a mileage of 86kmpl, which is superb by city standards.  It has competition from the Mahindra Centuro and Hero Passion X Pro. The Star City+ is priced at ?45,991 (ex-showroom). 

The Star City+ follows the ‘modern flow motion style’ which TVS intends to incorporate in all its future commuting bikes. The chrome-finished handlebars, new instrument panel, and stylish alloy wheels make the bike look premium. A closer inspection will reveal the noticeable sharper and upgraded looks that comprise a better-sculpted design, bolder creases on the 10-litre petrol tank with graphics and the TV branding, and other aesthetical changes. The front end of the bike has a stylish headlamp with a muscular cowl along with a small windscreen. The two-tone front mudguard ups the look of the bike. From the side, the vehicle gets black panels and a chrome cover on the exhaust outlet. The large garb rail at the back houses a stylish tail light. The Star City+ is a major design upgrade from its peers in the TVS repertoire.
The new TVS Star City+ is powered by a 4-stroke 109cc EcoThrust air-cooled motor. The engine has been tweaked to extend improved fuel efficiency, while at the same time not compromising on the power output and performance. The engine delivers a maximum power of 8.3bhp at 7000rpm. The torque peaks out at 8.7Nm at 5000rpm. Transmission is derived from a 4-speed gearbox. The result is an admirable fuel efficient bike perfectly suited for start-and-stop city traffic.
The TVS Star City+ is fitted with telescopic forks in the front while hydraulic five-step shock absorbers handle duties at the rear. The braking system comprises of 130mm and 110mm drum brakes in the front and rear respectively. At a kerb weight of 109kg, the bike can be easily negotiated on the typically chaotic Indian city roads. It offers good riding dynamics particularly at low speeds, making the vehicle a good heavy traffic handler. While the engine is refined and outputs decent power, it lacks acceleration but is responsive over the mid-range. The gearshift is not particularly smooth. Nonetheless, the bike serves the purpose of a comfortable and effortless ride, with good handling on sharp bends.

The new rearview mirrors and the chrome exhaust muffler guard add to the safety quotient of the bike. Built on the single cradle frame type chassis, the TVS Star City+ offers nice stability at higher speeds. The downside, of course, is the unavailability of disc brakes even in the top Electric Start Mag Gold variant. The bike also lacks ABS, slipper clutch, and the handle damper. But that doesn’t compromise on its safety on city roads where cruising is a rarity. The 17-inch alloy wheels ensure a good on-road grip. Overall, the TVS Star City+ is an economically priced, fuel efficient bike for the urban rider.

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