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TVS Bikes

3.8 is average rating of TVS bikes by 15083 users
TVS bike price starts from Rs. 59,925 for Radeon and goes upto Rs. 2.65 Lakh for Apache RR 310. TVS manufactures ten bikes which are Petrol powered. TVS also manufactures two wheelers in scooters category. TVS Raider is one of the top Sports bikes in India and TVS Sport is one of the top Commuter bikes in Indian auto market . The company has also plans to launch several upcoming bikes such as ADV and Apache RTR 310, Fiero 125. Choose a TVS bike to know all the details, including the latest price & bike offers at dealer showrooms in your city. You can also check out the specifications, images, bike mileage, user reviews from fellow TVS bike owners and unbiased reviews by our auto experts.
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TVS Bikes Price List - January 2023

ModelsEx-showroom Price
TVS RaiderRs. 85,973 - 99,990
TVS Apache RTR 160Rs. 1.13 - 1.24 Lakh
TVS RoninRs. 1.49 - 1.70 Lakh
TVS SportRs. 63,990 - 68,093
TVS Apache RTR 180Rs. 1.20 - 1.30 Lakh
TVS RadeonRs. 59,925 - 78,414
TVS Apache RTR 160 4VRs. 1.21 - 1.45 Lakh
TVS Star City PlusRs. 74,990 - 78,140
TVS Apache RR 310Rs. 2.65 Lakh
TVS Apache RTR 200 4VRs. 1.39 - 1.44 Lakh

About TVS

dir="ltr">History of TVS Motors

Many might not know this, but the origins of TVS go all the way back to 1911, when its founder T.V. Sundaram Iyengar (where TVS gets its name from) started a bus service company in Delhi called Sundaram Iyengar and Sons Limited. After he passed away, his sons took over, and in 1962, joined hands with a UK based company to form Sundaram Clayton in a bid to produce automotive components such as motorcycle brakes, compressors, etc. It was much later in 1978 that the company would venture into producing mopeds out of their plant in Hosur, Tamil Nadu, and in 1980, they produced India’s first 2-seat moped, the TVS 50.

In 1982, Sundaram Clayton tied up Suzuki from Japan to start producing two -stroke motorcycles, most of which, like the Supra, Samurai, Shogun, and Shaolin found quite some acclaim in the Indian market. In this time, the company also took to the nascent motorcycle racing scene in India with a hopped up version of the TVS 50 which was capable of hitting 105kmph. Many of the two-strokes that TVS-Suzuki produced also saw a lot of success in motocross racing. When this collaboration came to an end in 2001, all the TVS Suzuki bikes would come under the umbrella of TVS Motors. 

Thanks to an extensive interest in and history with racing, TVS was able to infuse a lot of technological firsts in the bikes they built in the proceeding years. They gave us India’s first fully indigenously made gearless scooter in the form of the Scooty, India’s first bike with digital ignition - the Champ and of course the Apache RTR - the first Indian-made bike with ABS. In recent years, TVS has collaborated with BMW Motorrad to develop and produce the BMW G 310 R and G 310 GS, and the same platform also spawned TVS’ current flagship motorcycle, the Apache RR 310. On the motorsport front, they also tied up with France-based Sherco to form the TVS Sherco Rally team to take on the Dakar Rally. And very recently, TVS Motors also launched their first electric scooter - the iQube.

Coming from a racing background and filled with a desire to push the boundaries, TVS has been at the forefront of innovating new technologies for two-wheelers, and will likely continue to do so in the future as well.

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TVS Bike User Reviews

  • Raider
    2.6
    737 reviews
    Simply superb bike for middle 

    Simply superb bike for middle class guys and best grip and stylish and best mileage

    0
    Naveen 2 days ago
  • Apache RTR 160
    3.8
    5461 reviews
    Average mileage 

    The best in 125cc segment bike it gives average mileage upto 40-45 two persons can set comfortably

    0
    Veeresh 3 days ago
  • Apache RTR 160 4V
    3.9
    2815 reviews
    All good all good all good 

    All good all good all good all good all good all good all good all good all good all good all good all good all good all good all good

    0
    Gagan 1 day ago
  • Star City Plus
    3.8
    765 reviews
    I run my bike 1,76000 in 

    I run my bike 1, 76000 in 3 year and run my bike 200 km per day and not found any kind of engine problem till now tvs star city plus is superb for me very low maintenance

    1
    Abdul 3 days ago
  • Raider
    2.6
    737 reviews
    Best bike ever. Mileage around 

    Best bike ever.Mileage around 50 to 55 km.According to its rate it is the best bike.

    0
    R 2 days ago
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TVS Bikes News Updates

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Honda Activa H-Smart vs TVS Jupiter ZX: Features Explained
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Honda just rolled out the next update for the Activa, and no, it isn’t calling it Activa 7G. Called the new Activa H-Smart, this is the top-of-the-line variant of the... read more

Top 5 Two-wheeler Concepts That Made It To Production
Top 5 Two-wheeler Concepts That Made It To Production
29 Dec, 2022
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Two-wheeler concepts have always been a source of excitement and innovation in the automotive industry. Some of these concepts not only captured the imagination of the public... read more

Here Are All The Scooters And Bikes To Look Forward To in 2023 From TVS
Here Are All The Scooters And Bikes To Look Forward To in 2023 From TVS
28 Dec, 2022
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TVS has been fairly active this year with multiple launches of scooters and bikes and updates of pre-existing models to maintain relevance with appropriate features. 2023... read more
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TVS Bikes Question and Answers

  • Dilip
    Dilip 2 days ago

    As of now there is no official update from the brands end. So, we would request you to wait for official announcement.

  • Dilip
    Dilip 3 days ago

    Both TVS Raider and Hero Splendor Plus are good commuters and offer a lot to the riders. TVS’ has certainly come back to the 125cc segment with a bang with the Raider. It’s fun to ride, feature-packed, feels rather premium and is well priced too. It is definitely one of the most well-rounded offerings in the 125cc space. On the other hand, the Splendor is one of the most iconic motorcycles in India and also one of the best-selling. It has proved itself as a dependable workhorse and is backed by a massive sales and service network. However, it remains to be seen whether the Splendor Plus BS6’s sales success will survive the sizable price hike. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride before making the final decision. Follow the link and select your city and brand accordingly for dealership details.

  • Dilip
    Dilip 3 days ago

    The RTR 180 now gets a new full digital instrument cluster which has voice assist as standard, along with three riding modes: Sport, Urban and Rain (both segment-first features). In typical TVS fashion, the bike gets a ton of features like bluetooth connectivity, turn-by-turn navigation, ride stats and more. The bike now also gets a new LED headlight as well as an LED taillamp. Its Glide Through Technology is a low-speed assist feature that lets the bike crawl in city traffic by just clutch modulation. As far as safety is concerned, the bike gets single-channel ABS and integrated frame sliders as standard.

  • Dilip
    Dilip 3 days ago

    The TVS Radeon uses a telescopic front fork and twin rear shock absorbers. Its braking hardware is handled by a 130mm front drum (base variant)/240mm front petal disc paired with a 110mm rear drum with CBS as standard. The 18-inch alloy wheels are wrapped with tubeless tyres.

  • Dilip
    Dilip 5 days ago

    For the availability, we would suggest you to please connect with the nearest authorized dealer in your city as it depends on their stock book. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details.

TVS Bikes Expert Reviews

TVS Raider 125 3,000km Long-term Review - 4 Likes & 3 Dislikes
TVS Raider 125 3,000km Long-term Review - 4 Likes & 3 Dislikes
24 Dec, 2022
12642 views
Some bikes manage to leave a lasting impression the first time you ride it. One such rare motorcycle is the TVS Raider. I remember having an animated conversation with... read more

Pulsar P150 vs Apache RTR 160 2V - Comparison Review
Pulsar P150 vs Apache RTR 160 2V - Comparison Review
23 Dec, 2022
2693 views
Pulsar vs Apache - they’ve been locked in battle for the hearts and minds of young riders for over a decade and a half. And it continues today as well, with the latest... read more

TVS Apache RTR 160 2V Road Test Review: It Just Wants To Have Fun
TVS Apache RTR 160 2V Road Test Review: It Just Wants To Have Fun
17 Dec, 2022
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Recently we were out testing both the new TVS Apache RTR 160 2V and the Bajaj Pulsar P150. After several hours on the saddle, I turned to Manaal and said, “I think,... read more
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TVS Bikes FAQs

Which is the cheapest TVS bikes in India?

The cheapest TVS bike in India is Radeon, which is priced at Rs. 59,925.

Which are the best TVS bikes under 50000?

The popular bikes offered by TVS in this segment are TVS XL100

What is the price range of TVS ?

TVS bikes in India comes in the price range of Rs. 59,925 to Rs. 2.65 Lakh.

Is there any Electric Bikes offered by TVS?

is the TVS electric bike available in India with a price of To Be Announced.

What are the upcoming models of TVS?
Which is the best mileage bike in TVS?

Star City Plus is the most mileage efficient model in TVS with a mileage of 83 kmpl.

Which are the most popular bikes of TVS in India 2023?

Top most popular bikes of TVS in india are Raider, Apache RTR 160 and Ronin available in India with starting price Rs 85,973

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