There's Xerox and photocopying. There's Bisleri and packaged water. And then there's the Activa and the gearless scooter. But, there's also the Access and the 125cc scooter. But now, with the Grazia and the Ntorq, the 125cc gearless scooter field has been thrown wide open. These are both more stylish, better equipped, and promise equally potent – if not better – twist-and-go performance as the Access.
Honda has jumped into the 125ccc scooter market with the Grazia and has seen success as well, as a successor to the Dio, but TVS has also taken note that everyone who can’t deal with the impracticality of an Aprilia SR doesn’t have an option other than the Grazia. Enter the Ntorq 125, the first 125cc scooter from TVS. It has a host of features and tech that promise the owner a fun experience.Read full review
The title of this review might mislead you, but this scooter, the TVS NTorq 125 has nothing to do with a track. It has to do with the selfie generation who love to share cool content amongst friends and family. The NTorq 125 has been developed keeping these buyers in mind. It is TVS’ first ever 125cc scooter that doesn’t merely promise to be a style icon, but also offers first-in class features.