TVS NTORQ 125 Race XP launched in Nepal

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Biznextindia : TVS Motor Company on Monday announced the launch of TVS NTORQ 125 Race XP in Nepal. The company has claimed that it is the most powerful 125 cc scooter in Nepal with 10.2 PS of power. It also includes two drive modes and the path-breaking TVS SMARTXONNECTTM connectivity tech.

TVS NTORQ 125 embodies a sharp, aggressive style with a signature headlamp and LED tail lamps. TVS NTORQ Race XP wears the badge of its racing pedigree with a race-inspired colour theme and graphics. The sporty red wheels of the scooter further add to its stylish appeal. The bike comes in a tri-tone colour theme and the introductory price at Rs.3,05,900.

The Scooter comes with Race Tuned Fuel Injection (RT-Fi) engine that churns out 10.8 Nm @ 5,500 rpm torque. Customers also have an option of choosing between two Riding modes, Race mode and Street mode, with a flick of a switch. The Race mode allows riders to experience the accentuated performance of the scooter on highways, with a top speed of 98 kmph and an excellent acceleration. The Street mode, on the other hand, is for ideal city commute and traffic conditions. When activated, it increases mileage and offers a smooth riding experience.

“Nepal has always been a key market for us, and it gives me the utmost pleasure to bring our offerings to the customers. We are extremely delighted to launch TVS NTORQ 125 Race XP in Nepal. Since its launch, TVS NTORQ has already accumulated all the positive reaction and response from Nepalese rider. The newly launched TVS NTORQ 125 Race XP comes armed with the highest power in the segment, first-in-segment dual ride modes, delivering higher top speed and superior acceleration. The scooter not just promises great performance but also comes packed with the array of best-in-class connectivity and vehicle features coupled with segment-first 10.2 PS power which will further add to our philosophy of customer delight in Nepal” Rahul Nayak, Vice President, International Business, TVS Motor Company, said.

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