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|72 Kmpl||90 kmph||109.7 cc View All Specs||RsCheck now|
With demand for commuter bikes witnessing steady rise, TVS has relaunched the Victor brand in the Indian market. The TVS Star range of bikes have been positioned as entry-level commuter bikes while ...
The least priced variant is TVS Victor Drum priced at Rs. 60,291 and the most priced variant is TVS Victor Premium Edition priced at Rs. 63,592.
|Drum||109.7 cc, 72 Kmpl||Rs60,291|
|Disc||109.7 cc, 72 Kmpl||Rs62,442|
|Premium Edition||109.7 cc, 72 Kmpl||Rs|
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With demand for commuter bikes witnessing steady rise, TVS has relaunched the Victor brand in the Indian market. The TVS Star range of bikes have been positioned as entry-level commuter bikes while the Victor will be a premium offering competing against the Hero Splendor iSmart110, Honda Livo and the new Yamaha Saluto RX. Talking about mileage, TVS claims a fuel efficiency figure of 67kmpl for the Victor in real word condition which is impressive. The styling of the new 110cc bike is similar to the Star City+ but it does get few elements to distinguish itself. It gets equipped with a semi-digital instrument console that houses an analogue tachometer alongwith power and eco mode indicators. The new Victor is also the first bike in its segment to get hazard lights. The base version has been priced at Rs 51, 215 ex-showroom Delhi.
The styling of the TVS Victor is similar to the Star City+ and this can be a turnoff for many buyers as the Star City+ is positioned below it. But there are some design distinctions like larger dimensions, beefier exhaust muffler, redesigned tail lamp and contrast stitching on the saddle.
The new Victor features a semi-digital instrument console with an analogue tachometer alongwith power and eco mode indicator.
The fuel tank has been carried forward from the Star City+ but it now gets an aircraft style fuel cap.
It also has the brightest headlamp in the segment 55W, and also the first motorcycle in the segment to get hazard lights.
The new TVS Victor is the same 110cc, air-cooled motor as seen on the Star City+. But the engine gets benefit of 3 valves technology and has been tuned to produce 9.6PS of power and 9.4Nm of peak torque. The motor is mated to a 4-speed gearbox. TVS claims that the 2016 Victor will deliver a real world fuel efficiency of 76kmpl if ridden sedately.
|Others||Rs 1,743 |
|On Road||Rs 60,291|
|Others||Rs 1,743 |
|On Road||Rs 62,442|
|Others||Rs 1,839 |
|On Road||Rs 63,592|