all about tvs’s new ntorq 125 cc - plastic panels
As young people demand faster and more exciting scooters, manufacturers are stepping up their games.
The latest is the TV, it has the new Ntorq cc scooter, the first cc product on the TV, we spent the day riding it on the test track at the TV factoryDesign-
The shape is inspired by a stealth aircraft that can be seen on the tip and angular lines of the scooter, WiseThe said. The raked-
Out apron with V-
LED DRLs head lamp.
Tail with T-LED tail
The light with diffusion effect looks unique. The faux-afterburner-
When the indicator is neatly integrated, the rear vent of the style looks cool.
The fiber finish on the plastic board looks good and a bit overused, but the slight creases on the panel look great.
Short and fat points ~
Not only does the track look good, but it's easy to keep, it's also practical because there's a slot to go through the bungee line.
Other interesting details are bulky exhaust silencers and beautiful many
Spoke alloy wheels, finished glossy black-
But they don't have diamonds-
As the TV claims, the cut is done.
The handlebar is a bulky unit, silver. finish bar-
The end is just cosmetics.
It also has a big, full
Digital console, but more later.
Ntorq 125 is the first local
Built-in scooter with enginekill switch.
You will get other functions, such as the optical switch, under
Seat lights, spare fuel lamps, power supplies and eco-
Mode indicator, USB charger and parking brake.
New Scooters also have external fuel
Fill the cover and it would be great if it could be unlocked through the traditional key slot.
Despite a generous 22-litre under-
Seating storage space, it can't accommodate extra fullface helmet.
Like any other scooter.
TV claims that a total of more than 30 parameters can be in 5-inch console.
What's interesting is a lap timer, a 0-
60kph acceleration recorder at the top
Speed Recorder, engine temperature, average speed and service reminder.
The Ntorq 125 also has a "smart hard connection" that uses Bluetooth to sync the instrument console with the smartphone.
Through the TVS Ntorq app, riders can view various details such as call alerts, SMS alerts, missed call alerts, high-speed alerts, cell phone batteries and signal strength, trip reports, and last parking location.
Riders can also customize the app to send an automatic reply message when you ride, and you can also choose "don't disturb ".
The TV works with MapmyIndia to provide navigation assistance to deliver directions on the console.
The first thing you will notice is its improvement.
We ride at about 70. 80kph (
Maximum speed is 95 kilometers)
There is almost no vibration.
Only when you cross the 90kph do you feel the slight hum from the foot board --
Compared to the power unit of Jupiter, Ntorq's motor takes a big step forward.
In addition, the engine gets 3-
Valve technology for two air outlets and one air outlet.
One of the intake valves is a whirlpool-
Type, the other is rolling-type.
According to TVS, this helps to improve combustion efficiency and thus increase mileage.
However, we would like to make a breakthrough in acceleration, as Ntorq's initial throttle response lacks the sense of urgency you expect from your motion intentions. Buying in?
Despite the use of plastic plates, Ntorq weighs 116 kg, much higher than its competitors (
Grazia-107 kg, access to 102 kg).
So will the extra quality make the corner dull? Not at all!
The bike is very cute and feels like it's in the corner.
It's not too Athletic like Aprilia SR 150, but it's a fussfree manner.
The quality of the ride is only in stock-
Not hard, not too soft.
The foam density of the TV is similar to that of the saddle.
Ntorq is also the only scooter to install petal disc brakes on the front, and then drum brakes on the rear.
The disc brake provides a good bite and I was able to reduce the speed without any effort.
Sometimes, however, under hard braking, the rear does go out.
Ntorq 125 TV makes a fussfree and well-
Rounded up, an interesting product that should attract a lot of buyers.
What makes the deal sweeter is its incredible value: £ 750 (ex-Exhibition Hall in Delhi).