TVS Ntorq 125 XT launched in India

TVS Motor Company has launched its new scooter–the Ntorq XT–in India. The newly launched scooter is the company’s most expensive model in its Ntorq-125 series. The XT is based on Ntorq’s disc brake variant, but comes loaded with new features and technology. The scooter has been launched in India at a starting price of INR 1.03 lakh.


Design and features 

The Ntorq XT gets the same overall sharp and sporty look of its predecessors, but does feature more race-oriented additions: for example, it gets a neon colour scheme and new black alloy wheels.

The XT gets a new set of instrument clusters. The new version comes with a hybrid split TFT and LCD digital instrument cluster, which is integrated with TVS SmartXonnect (first in-segment) technology. The TFT cluster displays information such as social media notifications, best lap alert, food delivery and e-commerce notifications, low fuel warning, weather forecast, and live sport scores; and the LCD monitor displays speed, fuel level, lap times, and 0-60kmph indicator.

Furthermore, the scooter boasts the SmartXtalk technology, which allows riders to interact with the scooter through voice command.

The new Ntorq model comes equipped with the company’s IntelliGo stop-start system, which features a start-stop feature with silent starter.


Engine

The XT model does not get any mechanical changes. The new model in the Ntorq series continues to come with a 124.8cc, air-cooled, 4-stroke, single-cylinder, BS-VI compliant, race-tuned fuel injection (RT-FI) engine that generates a power of 6.9 kW at 7000 rpm and a torque of 10.5 Nm at 5500 rpm. 


Specifications 

Engine typeAir-cooled, 4-stroke, single-cylinder, 
Displacement (cc)124.8
Max. power (kW) 6.9 at 7000 rpm
Max. torque (Nm)10.5 at 5500 rpm
Starting systemKick /self 
Fuel tank (L)5.8
Mileage (kmpl)45
Wheelbase (mm)1285
Ground clearance ( mm)155
Kerb weight (kg)110
Underseat storage (L)22

TVS Ntorq 125 XT price in India

The Ntorq 125 XT has been launched in India at INR 1.03 lakh. The new model is expected to arrive in Nepal within this year.

TVS modelPrice in India
Ntorq 125 XTINR 1.03 lakh

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