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The name of this company is an acronym for the founder’s name: Mr TV Sundaram Iyengar founded his first venture in 1911. However, the first two-wheeler rolled out of its facility in Hosur only in 1980, via a collaboration with Clayton Dewandre Holdings from the UK. Sundaram Clayton formed a joint venture with Suzuki Motor Coporation in 1982 and motorcycles from this JV made it to market in 1984. It separated from Suzuki in 2001 and according to an agreement, couldn’t bring out competing products for 30 months after the split. However, TVS soon got into scooters with the Spectra, their take on the Bajaj Chetak and Honda Eterno. It then moved to the Scooty, a two-stroke gearless scooter that caught the imagination of the public. It now sells a range of value-for-money scooters that displace 90cc-110cc. 

TVS Scooters Price List (2020) in India

TVS Bike ModelEx-showroom price
TVS Ntorq 125₹ 73,716
TVS Jupiter₹ 65,880
TVS Scooty Pep Plus₹ 53,833
TVS XL100 Comfort₹ 49,054
TVS XL100 Heavy Duty₹ 47,116
TVS Scooty Zest 110₹ 61,591
TVS iQube₹ 1,31,077
Above mentioned prices are Average Ex-showroom

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TVS Ntorq 125 BS6 Race Edition | The Ideal Sporty Scooter? | BikeWale

16 March 2020 19 Views 1
In this video, Abhishek Nigam rides the new TVS Ntorq 125 BS6 to tell you all that you need to know about TVS’s performance scooter. Is it better than the other 125cc scooters in the market like the Suzuki Access 125, Honda Activa 125, Hero Maestro Edge 125 and Aprilia SR125? Watch this video to find out.
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  • TVS Radeon BS6: First Ride Review

    TVS Radeon BS6: First Ride Review

    To find out if the Radeon BS6 feels any different from the BS4 model, we spent some time with the Radeon BS6, riding it in the city and out on the highway.

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  • TVS XL 100 Comfort BS6: First Ride Review

    TVS XL 100 Comfort BS6: First Ride Review

    What we have here is the crème de la crème variant called the XL 100 Heavy Duty iTouchstart Comfort that is BS6-compliant like the rest of the range. So, in a bid to find out if the legends are true, we spent a couple of days with the XL 100, riding it in traffic, climbing hills with extreme load, and of course, taking it for grocery shopping.

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