TVS has just launched the new Victor 110. And it looks nothing like the old motorcycle. Although it gets a more contemporary design, it won’t really stand out amongst its rivals. ButÂ it gets a front disc brake which isn’t quite common among motorcycles in this segment.
The new Victor’s 110cc engine is from TVSâ€™ Ecothrust series of engines. But it has received several changes to improve power and refinement. TVS claims that the engine makes 9.6PS and that the new Victor can hit 60kmph in 7.2 seconds – you can find out more from our ride report and upcoming road tests. Until then, hereÂ are some imagesÂ from our first ride ofÂ the new TVS Victor 110.
The Victor’s 110 engineÂ makes 9.6PS and TVS claims that theÂ bike can hit 60kmph in 7.2 seconds
The new TVS Victor is built on a new frame that uses the engine as a stressed member
The motorcycleÂ handles very well and is quick to turn into corners
The suspension set up is on the stiffer side whileÂ the ride quality over bumpy roads is a bit harsh
Like most of these commuters, even the ergonomics have been designed keeping in mind comfort as the primary prerequisite
The Victor now brings a more contemporary design philosophy to the table
It gets a front disc brake â€“something that isn’t very common in this segment
The engine has lots of low down torque and it pulls cleanly from under 20kmph in 3rd gear and from 20kmph in 4th
The rear twin shocks are 5-step adjustable
The seat is nice and roomy and comes with a red stitching
The TVS Victor 110 gets hazard lights too, much like the Star City+ and the Phoenix 125
Images by Anis Shaikh
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