TVS Ntorq 125 XP is officially launched in Nepal. It is a more advanced and feature-loaded model compared to its other variants.
Jagadamba Motors, the sole authorized distributor of TVS scooters has finally introduced an all-new Ntorq variant in the Nepalese market.
As for the cost, Ntorq XP price in Nepal is Rs. 3,15,900.
With this launch, it becomes Nepal's first 125cc scooter to offer more than 10 HP power. Additionally, Ntorq XP comes with multiple first-in-class features which we will talk about in detail later.
Now, let's take a closer look at TVS Ntorq 125 Race XP, as well as its features and specifications.
TVS Ntorq 125 XP Overview
TVS Ntorq 125 XP is the latest variant that gets an updated engine and many additional features. As per the company, it offers extra power and better mileage.
In terms of appearance, this scooter is specifically designed like a stealth aircraft. It features a sporty driving style.
LED headlights and taillights with DRLs are standard on this scooter. The race-inspired decals and tri-tone color scheme further add sportiness.
Moreover, it features sporty stubby mufflers and red-colored diamond-cut alloy wheels. Similarly, the back area features a 3D NTorq logo as well as afterburner vents.
Furthermore, this all-new NTorq 125 XP comes in a single variant color: Red-Black.
Ntorq 125 XP is powered by a 124.8 cc, air-cooled, 3-valve, SI engine that complies with BS6 standards. The fuel-injected motor can now produce 10.2 bhp of maximum power at 7000 rpm and 10.8 Nm of peak torque at 5500 rpm.
Both the output figures are slightly higher than the previous variant. Moreover, it became the first 125 cc scooter in Nepal to offer more than 10 PS power.
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This motor is combined with an automatic transmission, which assists in reaching the claimed top speed of 98 Kmph. The automated centrifugal clutch is utilized to start the scooter quickly.
In addition, Ntorq XP gets two different riding modes: Street and Race. As the name indicates, the Street mode offers better mileage, while the Race mode provides higher power delivery.
In terms of dimensions, NTorq 125 XP is 1861 mm long, 710 mm wide, and 1164 mm tall. The wheelbase of stands at 1285 mm.
This scooter has a kerb weight of 116 kg which is 2kg lesser than its predecessor.
Likewise, it comes with a ground clearance of 155 mm and 770mm of seat height. It also gets a fuel tank size of 5.8 liters and a 20-liter of under-seat storage.
The new BS6 NTorq 125 XP sits on high rigidity under bone tubular frame. It has a telescopic fork with a hydraulic shock up front and a coil spring-loaded with a hydraulic damper in the back.
The braking duties are handled by a 220m disc in the front and a drum with a diameter of 130 mm at the rear. A synchronized braking system also delivers higher stopping power.
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Furthermore, this scooter travels on 12-inch alloy wheels with 100/80 and 110/80 section tyres at the front and rear respectively. The tubeless tyres offer proper grip on dry and wet roads.
The all-new TVS NTorq 125 XP comes with lots of new and advanced attributes.
It gets a first-in-class voice assist feature which supports more than 20 commands. Furthermore, the scooter is powered by TVS SmartXonnect Bluetooth connectivity.
Looking into key highlights, there is a fully digital instrument cluster that has a low fuel indicator, clock, speedometer, and other metrics.
The other remaining highlight features are listed below:
TVS NTorq 125 XP Features
- BS6-compliant 124.8 cc Engine
- Fuel Injection Technology
- LED Headlamps and Kill switch
- LED Taillamps and DRLs
- Dual Riding Modes: Street & Race
- Front Telescopic Suspension
- Front Disc Brake
- Synchronized Braking System
- Lap Timer and Helmet Reminders
- GPS and Navigation
- USB Charging Port
- Last parked location assist
- 20L Under Seat Storage Space
- Sporty Split Grab Rail
- Split Tyre Rear Fender
- Aggressive Sports Styling
TVS NTorq 125 XP Specifications
Engine and Transmission
|ENGINE||3-valve, 4-stroke, SI|
|FUEL SUPPLY||Fuel Injection|
|PEAK POWER||10.2 bhp @ 7000 rpm|
|MAX TORQUE||10.8 Nm @ 5500 rpm|
|TOP SPEED||98 Kmph|
|STARTING METHOD||Kick and Self-start|
Build and Dimension
|GROUND CLEARANCE||155 mm|
|SEAT HEIGHT||770 mm|
|FUEL TANK CAPACITY||5.8 Ltr|
|UNDER-SEAT CAPACITY||20 Ltr|
Chassis and Suspension
|CHASSIS||High Rigidity Under Bone Tubular|
|FRONT SUSPENSION||Telescopic with Hydraulic Dampers|
|REAR SUSPENSION||Coil Spring with Hydraulic Damper|
Brakes and Tyres
|BRAKING SYSTEM||Synchronized Braking System|
|FRONT BRAKE||Disc 220mm|
|REAR BRAKE||Drum 130mm|
|FRONT TYRE||100/80 - 12|
|REAR TYRE||110/80 - 12|
|BATTERY||12V, 4Ah MF|
TVS Ntorq 125 XP Price in Nepal
The TVS Ntorq XP price in Nepal is Rs. 3,15,900. With this pricing, it also became the most expensive Ntorq.
This variant now costs an extra Rs. 20,000 more than RTFi model.
|Ntorq XP||Rs. 3,15,900|
Talking of competition, Ntorq 125 XP rivals recently launched Suzuki Avenis 125, Honda Grazia 125 BS6, and Aprilia SR 125. However, the better handling, extra power, and amazing features can make it stand out from competitors.
Meanwhile, it will be fascinating to watch how the market will react.
Additionally, TVS NTorq 125 Ride XP offers buyers reasonable value for their money by providing a smooth and sporty ride, a strong engine, a stylish look, and a variety of connected and other features.
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