BS6-compliant TVS Radeon and Sport motorcycles become costlier in India

Harshita Malik
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BS6-compliant TVS Radeon and Sport motorcycles become costlier in India
BS6-compliant TVS Radeon and Sport motorcycles become costlier in India

14 Apr 2021: BS6-compliant TVS Radeon and Sport motorcycles become costlier in India

TVS Motor Company has increased the prices of its Radeon and Sport commuter bikes in India.

Following the price-revision, the bikes have become marginally dearer by Rs. 1,280 and Rs. 30, respectively, and now start at Rs. 56,130.

As for the highlights, they have a minimalist look, an analog instrument cluster, and run on a BS6-compliant 109.7cc engine.

Here's our roundup.

Design: The bikes ride on blacked-out alloy wheels

The TVS Radeon and Sport sit on a single-cradle tubular frame and feature a sloping fuel tank, a flat-type long seat, a silvered grab rail, high-set handlebars, and an elongated exhaust.

They house an analog instrument panel, a halogen headlamp, a LED taillight, and ride on blacked-out alloy wheels. The vehicles pack a 10-liter fuel tank.

Fact: They run on an 8hp, 110cc engine

The TVS Radeon and Sport draw power from a BS6-compliant 109.7cc engine that produces 8hp of maximum power at 7,350rpm and 8.7Nm of peak torque at 4,500rpm. The mill is linked to a 4-speed manual gearbox.

Safety: Synchronized braking system avoids skidding on the roads

For the safety of the rider, the TVS Radeon is equipped with disc/drum brakes on the front wheel and drum brakes on the rear, while the Sport has drum brakes on both sides, along with a synchronized braking system.

Suspension duties on the bikes are handled by telescopic forks on the front side and a 5-step adjustable hydraulic shock absorber on the rear.

Fact: TVS Radeon and Sport: Pricing

The TVS Radeon costs Rs. 61,242 for the drum brake variant, while the Special Edition drum and disc brake models are priced at Rs. 65,567 and Rs. 68,567, respectively. Meanwhile, the Sport costs Rs. 56,130 and Rs. 62,980 for the kick-start and electric-start models, respectively.