TVS Ntorq 125 is a scooter available at a price range of Rs. 78,091 - Rs. 91,420 in India. It is available in 5 variants and 10 colours. It is powered by a 124.8 cc BS-VI engine and has a user reported mileage of 42 kmpl. It comes with both front and rear disc brakes.
Owner Reported Mileage: BikeWale collects mileage information from bike owners to provide you with the actual mileage that you might get.
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USB Charging Port
About Ntorq 125
TVS Ntorq 125 is a scooter available at a starting price of Rs. 78,091 in India. It is available in 5 variants and 10 colours with top variant price starting from Rs. 91,420. The TVS Ntorq 125 is powered by 124.8cc BS6 engine which develops a power of 9.25 bhp and a torque of 10.5 Nm. With both front and rear drum brakes, TVS Ntorq 125 comes up with combined braking system of both wheels. This Ntorq 125 scooter weighs 118 kg and has a fuel tank capacity of 5.8 liters.
The TVS Ntorq 125 is the firm’s first upmarket offering in the scooter segment. It pulls out all the stops to ensure that a Ntorq customer has the maximum bragging rights of them all. It gets a feature list that outdoes its competitions to a huge extent while offering a peppy motor and sporty handling dynamics.
The Ntorq 125 gets a data-loaded digital console which shows the clock, average speed, top speed recorder, lap timer, and service and helmet reminders, besides the basic info. But what helps it truly stand out is the Bluetooth-connectivity for smartphone pairing. Other features which enhance convenience include a charging socket in the boot, a boot lamp, and an engine kill switch.
The Ntorq is also one of the few scooters which get an engine with a three-valve head. Its BS6-compliant, 124cc, fuel-injected motor generates 9.3bhp and 10.5Nm and has a claimed top speed of around 95kph. In terms of braking hardware, the scooter is available in two variants - drum and disc. The former features a 130mm drum brake at the front while the latter sports a 220mm disc brake. Both systems are equipped with SBS (Synchronised Braking System).
For those who want more from their Ntorq, TVS also has a Race Edition and a SuperSquad iteration of the scooter. The former gets racier decals with additional features such as an LED headlamp and hazard lamp. As for the Super Squad, it has been introduced in three paint schemes, each adorned with graphics inspired by three different characters of Marvel’s Avengers.
That’s not all, TVS also retails the Ntorq 125 in Race XP edition that offers more than just a bold three-tone colour option. At 10bhp and 10.5Nnm, it delivers marginally higher power and torque output than other variants. What’s truly interesting is that it gets two riding modes – Street and Race along with voice-assisted features in its SmartXonnect system.
The TVS Ntorq 125 is available in four matte colours consisting of Matte Yellow, Matte White, Matte Silver, and Matte Red apart from three metallic colour shades including Metallic Blue, Metallic Grey, and Metallic Red. The Race Edition is offered in a three-tone colour scheme of matte black, metallic black, and red. Meanwhile, the Super Squad can be had in one of the three available paint schemes including Stealth Black, Invincible Red, and Combat Blue.
Competition wise, the NTorq 125 rivals against the Honda Grazia, Suzuki Burgman Street 125, Hero Maestro Edge 125, Yamaha Ray ZR 125, and the Aprilia SR 125.
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TVS Ntorq 125 Expert Opinion
Known for its bluetooth-enabled instrument cluster
Gets GPS navigaition
Offers great performance
Could be Better
Mileage is quite poor
Plastic quality could have been better
The Ntorq 125 is one of the most value for money scooters in the market. The scooter offers some outstanding features, and performance for a price that makes it an enticing scooter
TVS Ntorq 125 Review
TVS Motor Company has announced the launch of the 2021 Ntorq 125 Race XP which is by far the most powerful variant of the 125cc scooter. We tested the scooter in various riding conditions to bring you a detailed road test review.
TVS Motor Company has been putting its products on steroids to push out more horsepower than their respective 2020 iterations. Previously, we saw the 2021 Apache RTR get a performance boost of nearly 2bhp and 0.6Nm over the 2020 model. Now, the company has announced the launch of the 2021 Ntorq 125 Race XP which is by far the most powerful variant of the 125cc scooter. Apart from the added power and torque, the XP badge brings along a whole host of features to the Ntorq series, albeit at a slightly higher price tag than the rest of the portfolio. We tested the scooter in various riding conditions to bring you a detailed road test review.
The Race XP carries forward the commendable build quality of the Ntorq series. The colour may look similar to the Race (non-XP) edition, the XP variant, however, gets a separate set of graphics, slightly different paint theme, and red-coloured alloy wheels that further enhance the sporty look of the scooter. The three-tone paint scheme comprises a combination of red, black, and silver. The addition of carbon fibre texture across various body panels and the red stitching on the saddle further enhance the aesthetics of the scooter.
The fit-and-finish is pretty solid, and we did not hear any unpleasant rattling noises from the scooter during our test ride. The switchgear, too, feels properly put together, and if you exclude the turn indicator controller, all buttons operated with assuring clicks. What we would have liked, however, is the addition of a multifunction keyhole to operate the under-seat storage lock and fuel lid, but then, we are nitpicking here. While we were pleasantly content with the build quality, we had a mixed reaction in the comfort department.
The Ntorq 125 Race XP carries forward the design and dimensions of the standard scooter. Thus, the ergonomics are comfortable. The design of the apron provides ample knee room. Moreover, the handlebar placement ensures that it does not hit your knee when making tight U-turns. However, the footboard on the Ntorq 125 Race XP, similar to the rest of the series, is very compact. Thus, there isn’t a lot of room to move your feet. Moreover, the compact dimensions of the footboard mean that you cannot carry a bag without further compromising the comfort levels, and your feet would remain on the edges.
The ride quality, too, isn’t very plush. The sporty suspension setup, which is tuned for enthusiastic riding, aids the handling department. However, it makes the ride quality very stiff. Thus, you would notice most of the undulations on the roads, and it may cause discomfort after a few kilometres.
On the upside, the low seat height would be ideal for most riders. At 5’10” tall, I could place both my feet flat on the ground with more than sufficient bend on the knees. Add to that, a low kerb weight of 116kg and a remarkably short turning radius, and the Ntorq 125 Race XP is almost effortless to move around in tight parking spaces. The short turning radius also comes in handy while filtering through bumper-to-bumper traffic as the Ntorq 125 Race XP makes its way between vehicles like a hot knife through butter.
One of the biggest USPs of the new Ntorq 125 Race XP over the standard variants and its competition is its engine performance. The company has made revisions to the motor to churn out more power than other variants of the Ntorq 125 family. The 124cc, single-cylinder motor on the Race XP variant produces 10.05bhp of power at 7,000rpm and 10.8Nm of peak torque at 5,500rpm as against 9.25bhp at 7,000rpm and 10.5Nm at 5,500rpm on the rest of the Ntorq 125 line-up. Thus, the XP edition feels noticeably sportier than the other Ntorq 125 models.
TVS Motor Company has also added two riding modes – Street and Sport – to the XP edition. These riding modes alter the throttle response. The Street mode, which makes slightly less power and torque than the Sport mode, feels mellower and it is tuned to deliver better fuel economy. More on that in the latter part of the review. The Sport mode, on the other hand, provides a sharper throttle response and quicker acceleration. Check out the claimed power, torque, acceleration, and top speed numbers claimed by the company below:
The Race mode gives access to full power and torque output while the numbers are restricted to 9bhp and 10Nm in the Street mode. The power and torque output numbers in the Street mode are lower than the standard Ntorq 125 variants too, and it reflects in the fuel economy figures.
In the Race mode, the acceleration until 60kmph is strong, and it continues to build momentum well until 90kmph. It starts to lose steam post that, but keep the throttle pinned and the Ntorq 125 Race XP will climb into three digits on the speedometer.
The rider can toggle between the two modes on the fly, either through the multifunction electric starter button or the mode button near the LCD screen. Apart from the engine character, the riding modes alter the instrument cluster display as well. The difference is visible on the top of the display that shows trip meters and an odometer in Street mode and a lap-timer in the Race mode. That said, the riding modes aren’t the only technology upgrades that the Race XP gets.
The Ntorq 125 Race XP edition is the first scooter in its segment to receive a Voice Assist function that works through the switchgear and offers quick access to various functions. The Voice Assist function packs over 20 commands which comprise location services, call notifications, and information about the ride-related data. You would, however, either have to use a pair of wired earphones or get a Bluetooth set for your helmet to operate the system on the fly.
The smartphone app, which works with Bluetooth connectivity, gives access to more data than you would ever need. This includes ride-related data such as ride duration, top rpm, best 0-60kmph acceleration, fuel level, time spent in Race and Street mode, average speed, service information, your last parked location, and a lot more. You can also set the screen brightness, high-speed alert, automatic SMS reply, and DND, and even store documents digitally.
The colour theme of the app changes depending on the mode selected. The smartphone app worked smoothly during the test ride, although it crashed once when it wasn’t connected to the scooter via Bluetooth.
The Street mode, as mentioned above, makes less power and torque than the Race mode. In fact, it makes lesser power than the standardNtorq 125 variants. The scooter returned 48.5kmpl (tested in Street Mode only) in Bikewale’s test runs. In comparison, the standard Ntorq 125 range delivered an economy of 45.3kmpl during our tests. With a tank capacity of 5.8-litre, the Ntorq 125 Race XP should cover a distance of approximately 280km between fuel stops.
Fitness of Purpose
The peppy engine character, bold graphics, and sporty design will grab the attention of the young buyers, and they would definitely find the Race XP edition more appealing than most scooters in the 125cc segment. Despite its sporty persona, the Ntorq 125 Race XP is a fairly practical scooter. The 22-litre under-seat storage provides ample space to store a backpack. Features like a boot light and a USB-charger further enhance the utility value of the scooter.
The new TVS Ntorq 125 Race XP is one of the most appealing and fun-to-ride scooters in its segment. The peppy performance, tech-laden feature list, build quality, and bold styling make it stand out from the crowd of 125cc scooters in the Indian market. This isn’t, however, a scooter for the family man as it is too bold and sporty. Moreover, the stiff suspension setup may leave you sore after a long day’s ride which can be a deal-breaker for some buyers. But if you can live with that, there should be nothing stopping you from writing a cheque for the TVS Motor Company.
Maximum distance a petrol bike can travel on a full fuel tank and an electric bike can travel on a full charge243.6 Km
Mileage - ARAI
Mileage - Owner Reported
BikeWale collects mileage information from bike owners to provide you with the actual mileage that you might get.42 kmpl
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Brakes, Wheels & Suspension
CBS, IBS, SBT, UBS, HBS - Combined braking of both front and rear wheel | ABS - Anti-lock braking system which can be just for front wheel (single channel) or both wheels (dual channel) or can be switched off (switchable) | E-ABS - Electronic assisted braking system | Standard - Cable operatedSBT
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Front Tyre Pressure (Rider & Pillion)
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Telescopic Suspension with Hydraulic Dampers
Coil spring with Hydraulic Dampers
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Dimensions & Chassis
High Rigidity Under Bone Rectangular Tube Type
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Standard Warranty (Year)
Standard Warranty (Kilometers)
Standard Warranty (Kilometers)50000 Kilometers
DRLs (Daytime running lights)
Mobile App Connectivity
GPS & Navigation
USB charging port
Front storage box
Under seat storage
AHO (Automatic Headlight On)
No. of Tripmeters
Low Fuel Indicator
Low Oil Indicator
Low Battery Indicator
Digital Fuel GuageYes
Start TypeElectric Start
Electric System12V DC
Battery12v, 4Ah MF
Headlight Bulb Type35/35 W HS1
Brake/Tail LightLED Taillamp
Turn SignalConventional bulb
Additional featuresRT-Fi, Last parked location assist
A: There are multiple factors on which exchange value depends. Model year, kms driven, looks, insurances claimed and many such other factors contribute in deciding upon an exchange amount. Hence, to get the best exchange value or offer, we would advise you to get in touch with your nearest TVS showroom. You can find the nearest showroom using this link - https://www.bikewale.com/dealer-showrooms/
A: Exact minimum down payment amount depends on multiple factors.
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2nd factor is your financial eligibility which depends mainly on your income. And if you have taken loan or have credit card, then your credit score can also be a deciding factor here.
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Good looking and perfect colours especially for the youth. I really want to buy this bike, because I love everything about this bike and I think it is still number one scooter in India. I watch a lot of videos about ntorq and I became more and more obsessed with this sc
Nice looking, smooth riding on street roads, fast riding on highways. Nice tyres with grip. It has largest fuel capacity tank in scooters, front disc braking system was nice, riding mode was very nice for highways. Bluetooth connectivity was excellent ,GRPS tracking sys
4Overall its a good scooty 1 week ago by Harshal, Panvel
1. Buying experience was good 2. Riding is pretty awesome,
3. Look wise its an awesome scooty, performance is best in class
4. Service centers aren't so helpful in my area
5. Pros. High mileage , eco and sports mode, bluetooth connectivity
Cons. Side fairing stickers ar
1TVS Ntorq 125 review 1 week ago by Abdul Rahim, Mumbai
In 3 years my tvs Ntorq started getting problem every time plug is not working and its getting shut down not starting. Tvs service centre was saying there is a issue with valve need to replace valve, just after 3 years the problem started, it is a worst experience after
5Superb and stylish scooter ntorq 125 3 weeks ago by Suvajit Chakraborty, Barasat
Tvs Ntorq 125 bs vi best scooter till now in the market. Maximum speed of 80 to 85 km per hour. The looks of the bike is classy and standard. This scooter is not better for travel in a bad road. Overall this scooter is very comfortable to carry with 2 person excluding d
5Best in class 1 month ago by Shashank Chandra Pandey, Ranchi
It is a excellent on looks, and on ride, you can perform any type of journey from this. It's for marketing, its for daily job to and fro, its for joy riding and so many other things. It's looking so good that's all it's range is beyond this ,also it's performance is nic
A: According to the user reported data, TVS Ntorq 125 gives an average mileage of 42 kmpl.
Q: Which is better TVS Ntorq 125 or Suzuki Avenis 125?
A: TVS Ntorq 125 is priced at Rs. 78,091, has a 124.8 cc engine, and weighs 118 kg, whereas, the price of Suzuki Avenis 125 is Rs. 88,942 with a 124.3 cc Automaticengine, and weighing 106 kg. You can compare TVS Ntorq 125 vs Suzuki Avenis 125 based on their detailed specifications, features, prices and reviews.
Q: What are the colour options of TVS Ntorq 125?
A: TVS Ntorq 125 is available in 10 colours which are Matte Red, Metallic Blue, Metallic Grey, Metallic Red, Matte Black/Metallic Black/Metallic Red, Yellow & Black, Combat Blue, Invincible Red, Stealth Black and Tri Tone Colour. You can check all the colour images of TVS Ntorq 125.
Q: What are the key specifications of TVS Ntorq 125?
A: TVS Ntorq 125 is a Scooter that weighs 118 kg, has a 124.8 cc BS-VI engine and a fuel capacity of 5.8 litres. You can check the full specifications and features.
TVS Motor Company has launched the Ntorq 125 Race XP in the Indian market that makes more power, packs more features, and retails at the premium price tag than the standard model. In this article, we bring you some of the best images from the TVS Ntorq 125 Race XP review.