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TVS Radeon BS6 Launched In India – Know Details

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TVS Motor Company has introduced the BS6 compliant Radeon 110 commuter motorcycle in India. The new TVS Radeon BS6 is priced from Rs. 58,992, going all the way up to Rs. 64,992 (all prices, ex-showroom Delhi). The updated model to meet the new emission norms witnesses a price hike of Rs. 8600, along with a host of changes. TVS has updated its complete two-wheeler range to meet the new emission regulations right from the XL Super Duty to the flagship Apache RR 310. This makes it one of the few companies to do so in the two-wheeler space. More recently, the TVS Sport also made the transition to the BS6 norms powered bythe larger 110cc engine.

With the TVS Radeon BS6, the company has updated the 109.7cc single-cylinder, air-cooled motor with fuel-injection that replaces the carburettor. The motor now belts out about 8.19PS at 7350rpm and 8.7Nm of peak torque at 4500rpm. The engine is paired to a 4-speed gearbox. Compared to the BS4 version, the Radeon BS6 has seen a marginal reduction in power output, while peak torque remains the same. TVS says the commuter motorcycle has also improved in refinement, engine life, maintenance, ride-ability and stability. The company claims that the bike now 15 per cent more fuel efficient than the older model with a claimed figure of 69.3kmpl.

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TVS Radeon BS6

The TVS Radeon BS6 remains unchanged visually and gets the same styling and cycle parts. However, the updated version is now 4kg heavier. The disc brake variant has a kerb weight of 118kg, while the entry-level drum brake version is lighter at 116kg. The fuel tank capacity stands at 10 litres, while the range is expected to be around 650km on a full tank.

TVS Radeon BS6 is offered in six colour options along with the special edition version that brings a dual-tone brown and black paint scheme. Other features continue to remain standard including the chrome bezel headlamp with LED daytime running lights, ribbed thigh pads on the fuel tank, dual pod Instrument console, elongated seat 18-inch alloy wheels, USB charging, side stand indicator with beeper, and a high ground clearance of 180 mm. The bike uses telescopic forks up front and dual shock absorbers at the rear. A pillion grab rail with carrier makes it easy to carry extra loads, which is commonly used in rural areas.

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