TVS Radeon celebratory edition launched at Rs 52,720 - now gets an option of disc brake
The celebratory edition of the TVS Radeon has been launched in India. The special celebratory edition gets cosmetic as well as mechanical changes. Speaking of the mechanical changes, the TVS Radeon now comes with a disc brake option that is priced at Rs 54,820 ex-showroom Delhi. While the drum brake variant gets a price tag of Rs 52,720 ex-showroom Delhi. The special edition asks for a premium of Rs 1,900 over the equivalent specced standard model which retails at Rs 50,820 ex-showroom Delhi.
The changes in the exterior include the option of two new colours - Chrome black and chrome brown. As the name suggests, the motorcycle gets chrome finishing on the levers, rearview mirrors and the carburettor cover. Also, the tank pad gets 'R' embossing in it.
TVS Radeon celebratory edition in Black and Chrome scheme
Other than the addition of a disc brake, the motorcycle mechanically remains the same. The motorcycle gets a 110cc engine churning out 8.7PS and 8.4Nm mated to a four-speed gearbox. For suspension, the motorcycle gets telescopic forks set up in the front and a dual shock absorber in the rear.
Picture of the standard TVS Radeon for reference
Commenting on the launch, Aniruddha Haldar, vice president (Marketing) - Commuter Motorcycles, Scooters and Corporate Brand, TVS Motor Company, said, "TVS Radeon has generated unprecedented love from experts and consumers alike. Within its first year of launch over 2 lakh proud consumers are overjoyed with their Buland choice. The trust and love of such consumers only reaffirms our commitment to them. TVS Radeon, having won the appreciation of experts, became the most awarded motorcycle of the year. The special edition stays true to the TVS Radeon Buland DNA and celebrates its spirit."
Starts Rs 58,992
Starts Rs 51,750
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