Rs. 39,900 - 49,491
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TVS Sport Latest Updates

TVS has a host of offers for the Sport. These include a low down payment of Rs 5,555 and no processing fee. TVS is also offering a cashback of Rs 6,000 if you buy the bike via PayTM. Also on offer are a one-year personal insurance package for Rs 750.

TVS Sport Price

TVS Sport prices start at Rs. 39,900 (Ex-Showroom) and the top end variant TVS Sport Electric Start Long Seat is priced at Rs. 49,491 (Ex-Showroom). TVS Sport is available in 5 variants and 8 colours.

Sport Variants Price List

Sport Drum Kick and Spoke
99 cc | 95 kmpl
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Sport Drum Kick and Alloy
99 cc | 95 kmpl
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Sport Kick Start Long Seat
99 cc
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Editor's View of TVS Sport

  • Upside

    Frugal motor, electric starter, good looks

  • Downside

    No disc brake option, lacks low-end torque, needs better tyres

  • Our Verdict

    Stylish 100cc motorcycle from TVS Motors, the TVS Sport comes loaded with oodles of features and now has been tuned for more mileage, the company claiming 95kmpl from the new Star Sport.

TVS Sport Colours

  • Dazzling White
  • Volcano Red
  • Blazed Red
  • Indigo Streak
  • Mercury Grey
  • Electric Green
  • Team Blue
  • Black Silver

TVS Sport Highlights


The TVS Sport gets a 99.7cc motor that makes 7.8PS of power and 7.5Nm of torque. It gets a four-speed gearbox. Suspension consists of telescopic forks and twin shock absorbers. Braking is via 130mm and 110mm drum brakes.

Design and Features

The TVS Sport has been around for a while and as such, the design hasn't changed much. To keep it looking fresh, it gets 5-spoke alloy wheels and an electric starter to keep it looking fresh. The instrument console is basic and gets a speedometer, odometer, fuel gauge and economy indicator. Fuel tank capacity is 10 litres. At 108.5kg, this is a lightweight bike.


Honda CD100 Dream DX: The CD100 Dream DX sits on a tried and trusted frame. Advantages include a smooth and frugal motor, tubeless tyres, electric starter, higher ground clearance and a longer seat. Honda’s legendary quality and reliability are a given.

Bajaj CT100: The CT100 is a good value for money proposition as it offers all the features of the competition at a lower price. It gets a frugal 102cc motor and also sports a unique spring in spring rear shock absorbers for better pillion comfort.

Hero HF Deluxe: The HF Deluxe’s engine has been around for decades but it now gets i3S technology. It gets features like alloy wheels, combined braking and electric starter, but overall looks dated. Compared to Bajaj and TVS, the Hero HF Deluxe is an expensive proposition.


The TVS Sport, like the name, offers a sporty 100cc alternative to commuter bikes, in terms of sporty looks at least. It gets similar features as the competition, a refined and frugal motor, all at a price lower than most of the competition.

TVS Sport User Reviews

3.8 /5
157 Rating & 79 reviews
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Preferred For : Daily Commute

40% of users have given a rating of 4.5 and above

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Praveen Kumar
Praveen Kumar 3.0 13 May 2019

Cheapest indian bike.Comparing to this quality is ok. Service cost and maintenance is good.I never worried about mileage while using this bike. My height is 5"8 for this, this bike too short, it may suit for person height lesser than 5"5.This bike give shoulder pain and back pain for riding just 10km itself. This bike has very low power comparing to other 100cc bike.

Uses this bike for : Daily Commute | Occasional Commute
Gets mileage of : 65 kmpl
Aayush Trivedi
Aayush Trivedi 2.6 15 May 2019

it is a good bike but in terms of comfort it is not really fulfill my expectations... i cannot conclude about mileage right now as i just purchased it few days ago.... exact performance will be calculated after using this for more than 1000 kms or more

Uses this bike for : Daily Commute
Science Tech
Science Tech 4.6 17 Nov 2018

After mileage setting by my mechanic i am getting a mileage of 80kmpl . I filled 3 litres of petrol at 7324 odometer reading and got exhausted at a reading of 7566. Which means a mileage of 80+. Fully satisfied with my bike. Go sport, get sport.

Uses this bike for : Daily Commute
Gets mileage of : 80 kmpl
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TVS Sport Mileage

The claimed ARAI mileage for the TVS Sport petrol is 95 kmpl.

TVS Sport News

The 2015 TVS Sport commuter motorcycle claims a fuel economy of 95kmpl and the base variant is priced at Rs 36,880 ex-showroom Delhi.

Sep 21, 2015  | By Team ZigWheels