In terms of domestic sales, although the brand didn’t record a substantial growth as compared to last year, the figure was the highest ever reported by Suzuki. The company dispatched 63,382 units of two-wheelers last month, while in September 2018, it sold 63,140 units.
Following the festive discounts introduced by Bajaj auto and Yamaha Motor India, Hosur-based TVS Motor Company has also joined the list by introducing cash saving, lower down payment and zero processing schemes on its two-wheelers products comprising of the Radeon and Apache models.
With an aim to expand its dealership reach in the UAE, TVS Motor Company has entered into a distribution partnership with Al Yousuf MC, a subsidiary of Al Yusuf LLC group. As a part of this expansion plan, TVS will launch a range of new two-wheelers which will be sold through its newly-inaugurated dealership in Dubai.
TVS has introduced the Ntorq 125 Race Edition in the Indian market recently. It gets a few changes to set itself apart from the standard Ntorq 125. We tell you the four main differences between the two scooters.
TVS has pegged the Ntorq 125 Race Edition at Rs 62,995 (ex-showroom, Delhi). If you are looking for options in the same price bracket, there are four other 125cc scooters to consider. Here’s what the grid looks like-