TVS Victor is a commuter bike available in 3 variants in india. Its lowest version starts from a
price of ₹58,993 (ex-showroom) and the top
version from a price of ₹61,959 (ex-showroom). TVS Victor generates 9.4 bhp of power and 9.4 nm of torque from its 109.7cc engine. Single cylinder engine of Victor has a 4 speed manual gearbox. Both rear and front brakes of TVS Victor are drum brakes. This 112 kg bike is available in 9 colours.
TVS revived the Victor brand after a gap of more than eight years and has positioned the motorcycle above the Star City Plus in their line-up. The new Victor features a host of cosmetic and technological updates.
The front of the motorcycle gets a curvy headlamp and small visor to cover the instrument cluster. The seating position has been optimised for comfort and the soft single-piece seat also helps this cause over a short distance. The instrument cluster gets a neat analogue tachometer and a digital display, which integrates the speedometer, fuel gauge and the odometer. The motorcycle features minimalistic graphics which will likely appeal to people of all age groups.
Powering the Victor is a 110cc single-cylinder engine, which delivers 9bhp and 9Nm of torque through a four-speed transmission. The Victor returns a fuel efficiency figure of 59.8kmpl in average city conditions. The bike rides on telescopic forks at the front and adjustable dual springs in the rear. Braking is taken care of by drum brakes at both ends with an option of a disc for the front. Both variants are equipped with SBT (Synchronised Braking Technology).
The TVS Victor is available in six paint schemes – blue, red, silver, grey, black/red and black/grey. The motorcycle is available in three variants, drum, disc and Premium. In the 110cc commuter market, the Vector locks horns with the Hero Passion Pro 110, Mahindra Centuro, Bajaj Discover 110 and the Honda Livo and CB Shine models.