2016 TVS Victor launched in Maharashtra at Rs 49,188

Rishabh Bhaskar  /
22 Mar 2016 09:47:28 IST

TVS has launched the new Victor at Rs 49,188. The variant with the front disc brake is priced at Rs 51,188, both prices ex-Maharashtra.

The new TVS Victorfeatures a revampeddesign as well as a new tubular frame.The new TVS Victor has a 110cc , three-valve, air cooled, engine (from the Ecothrust family) that develops 9.6PS at 8,000 rpm and 9.4Nm at 6,000rpm.

TVS Victor 2

On the first ride, we discovered that the engine's unique oil cooled combustion chamber, spring loaded rocker arms and a silent cam chain endow the motor with impressive refinement.

Fuel tank capacity of the new TVS Victor is eightlitres ( including a two litre reserve). Upfront there are telescopic forks and a two, five step adjustable hydraulic shocks at the rear. The instrument cluster is all new and features an analogue tachometer and digital readout for speed, fuel, odo and trip. TVS says the 60Wheadlight is the brightest in its segment. The Victor also gets a, first in segment, hazard lights, which is a thoughtful addition.

The first generation Victor was launched in 2002 and hadgarnered quite a lot of market share for TVS. (Clocking about 40,000 units every month).Subsequently, the company had launched the Victor 125 with alloys and a disc brake.

The new TVS Victor will be available in showrooms across Maharashtra soon. While we've ridden the Victor at TVS' test track, we will road test it soon. Watch this space to discover how it turns out in the real world.

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TVS Victor launched in Maharashtra

TVS Motor Company, one of India's largest two wheeler manufacturers, rolled out its much awaited motorcycle, TVS Victor in Pune today. The versatile and visually exciting motorcycle will be positioned in the executive segment. Poised to be game changer in the segment, this product set the benchmark even higher with emphatic design language, class leading technology and an arresting interplay of attractive graphics. With this launch, the company now has the widest product portfolio. Mr. Arun Siddharth, Head of Marketing - Motorcycles, TVS Motor Company, said, "The success of TVS Victor first launched in 2002 laid the foundation for TVS Motor in India. We are constantly evolving our products to offer technologically superior and stylish products to our customers. We believe that TVS Victor is world-class product as it takes a big step forward in terms of performance with ride and handling so as to deliver complete rider control and comfort. It complements our existing product portfolio and has a strong potential in its respective segment. We have no doubt that this motorcycle will be well accepted by our customers and will further spur the sales momentum that we have accrued over the last year." TVS Victor First launched in 2002, TVS Victor had a glorious run. Among the top-selling commuter segments bikes in the country, TVS Victor was the first product indigenously developed by TVS Motor. It received excellent reception from buyers and took the market by storm clocking over 40,000 units each month way back in 2002. The TVS Victor, now comes in an all-new avatar. It is an ideal combination of modern styling, superior engine performance and class leading comfort. It houses an advanced and refined 3-valve Ecothrust engine, which is tuned to deliver the optimum combination of power and fuel economy. An electric start fires up the 4 speed powertrain to churn out 9.6 PS of power@ 8000 rpm with a torque of 9.4 Nm @6000 rpm. Designed to suit customers looking for comfort, safety and handling, the new TVS Victor delivers an excellent mileage of 76 km/l under standard TVS test conditions. It carries an 8 liter fuel tank (including 2 liter reserve). The motorcycle has a wheelbase of 1260 mm with a ground clearance of 175 mm. TVS Victor comes in both disc and drum brake versions and is built on single cradle tubular frame. Telescopic oil damped front suspension and 5 step adjustable hydraulic series spring suspension at the rear ensure smooth ride and handling. A broad seat adds to the comfort of the motorcycle. TVS Victor comes with new mirrors and instrument panel. The new 55 watt headlight is brightest in the segment. TVS Victor will be available with both Disc and Drum options and in six impressive colours with attractive contrasting graphics including Red, Black Red, Black Silver, Grey, Silver and Blue.

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