Selecting between the Suzuki Avenis and TVS NTORQ 125 would depend on certain factors such as your budget, preference of the brand, service availability, features required, performance, etc. If you're looking for a fast, fun to ride and feature-rich scooter, the TVS Ntorq 125 is the right choice for you. The fuel-injected 124.8cc single-cylinder engine produces 9.38PS and 10.5Nm. It still remains the benchmark for performance in its class and the sporty styling adds to its appeal. Our only grouse is the premium pricing post the BS6 update. On the other hand, the Avenis is an all-new scooter designed to appeal to younger audiences. The sharp-looking apron gets several creases, and it houses an all-LED headlamp. The bulb indicators are housed in a sporty-looking handlebar cowl with an integrated flyscreen. The side panels also get cuts and slashes for an added dose of sportiness. The tail section is reminiscent of the TVS NTorq 125 and comes with split triangular LED tail lamps. Interestingly, the stubby exhaust looks similar to the one in Burgman Street. The scooter is equipped with a full LCD instrument cluster, the same as the one in Burgman Street. It comes with smartphone connectivity with turn-by-turn navigation, call/SMS alert, battery level, over-speed alert, among others. Moreover, we would suggest you take a test ride for a better understanding of performance and comfort. Click on the link and select your desired city for dealership..Read more:- Suzuki Avenis vs TVS NTorq 125: Specs Compared
The TVS NTorq is powered by a 124.8cc single-cylinder fuel-injected engine putting out 9.38PS and 10.5Nm. However, if you opt for the Race XP variant, the same motor is tweaked to deliver 10.2PS and 10.8Nm, making it the most powerful 125cc scooter in India. Suspension duties on the TVS NTorq 125 are handled by a telescopic fork and a monoshock at the rear. The 220mm front disc brake is optional, however, the CBS remains standard regardless of the variant. For more details, you may click on the following link: TVS NTORQ 125 Specifications
TVS is offering a standard warranty of 5 years or 50,000 km on the NTORQ 125. Moreover, we would suggest you to get in touch with the nearest authorized service center for more details regarding the warranty of parts. Also, you may refer to the user manual of your vehicle for more details.
TVS TRU4 SKUUTA OIL 10w-30 is for normal use. there are expensive oils available in the market, which can give better protection for sporty users. Oil performance also depends on individual usage parameters - climate conditions, traffic conditions, load on engine etc. we can look for 10w-30 variants and stick to one which gives better service for the individual user. There is nothing called best oil.
If you are a Ntorq scooty holder you must have a service book. Read the service book very carefully the answer of your question has written on the page where they have discussed about ENGINE OIL. Normal oil is sufficient for 2&4 wheelers and synthetic oil has been mostly used on too much cold places. So many companies have India they're manufacturing this type of normal oil.
I personally prefer Motul 10W40 or 10W50 Synthetic engine oil with Castrol 85W90 Gear oil. It runs smoothly and the instant pickup feels in hand.
Good to do long rides. if you are cruizing around 70kmph, then maybe you can stop at any of the Tea Joint or Petrol Stations after every 65kms, for a 15 mins break. Check you engine & Gear oil quality & level, Drive Belt condition, Clutch Condition (basically a general checkup) and then embark on your ride. Please ensure you use TVS recommended Grade of Engine Oil (10w-30). Have been seeing in TVS Ntorq Groups in Facebook etc, guys mentioning premium brand oils of 10w-40, 20w-40 for engine and 80w-90 for gear. Using these wrong spec oils can adversly affect the engine parts.
Yes you can ride with the Maximum comfort...You have stop once the engine temperature gets too hot needs a Break ....Apart from this you can ride for approximately 150kms to 200kms without a break....It is safe and advisable to follow the engine temperature 🌡️ and follow the rest stops in your journey.
You have to stop only for refueling. Rest it depends on you how far you can drive it. It also depends on when you got you ntorq service and engine oil changed. Plus ntorq Has engine temperature indicater so when you ntorq getts really hot you will know.300 km are nothing for any scooter.
If you are under warranty nothing pay. But when you change engine oil under warranty only pay for price of engine oil. My NTorq is 1yr. 24 days old, I have already completed 4th service. Believe me only I have paid for engine oils. Without engine oil I have not paid for others.
Actually what type of engine oil will be use. The price of engine oil depends on quality ex. Rs.280/-, Rs. 550/-, Rs.800/- and more. In warranty period I have not paid anything with out engine oil.
In banglore whitefield tvs showroom kadugudi junction for 5th service 13kilm they chatfing 2400
Hi guys, I own a tvs NTORQ, I HAVE BOUGHT THE SCOOTER ON AUGUST 4 THIS YEAR SO FAR I HAVE GONE ON 4 LONG RIDES RANGING FROM 250 TO 300 KMS PER DAY THT IS BOTH UP AND DOWN I HAD NO ISSUES WITH THE BIKE.. PROVIDED U KEEP RIDING INSIDE THE ECONOMY LEVEL AND TYMS REVV THE ENGINE UPTO 70KMPH.. THE BIKE IS GIVING 185 KMS FOR 4.5 LITRES OF PETROL AND THE HEATING INDICATOR SHOWS ONLY 3 BARS AT THE END OF THE WHOLE RIDE.. SO LONG DRIVES IS A OK FROM MY SIDE PROVIDED U GIVE IT A 15 MINS BRAKE EVERY 70 KMS U TRAVEL. THANK YOU.
Yes. I took for 630kms ride performed so well mileage 48-52kmpl on the highway. Firstly took my ntorq to the service center and asked can it do a long ride. They said yes. And I changed the oil from mineral to semi-synthetic. It took 14hrs with 130mins of break. Carried engine oils and some spanners for safety. Suggest for day ride
Hi, I bought my ntorq on July 15 this year BS6, and thinking to go for a ride for about 600 kms one way after my first servicing end of this month. What are the things which I need to a keep in mind and service of my scooty before I take the ride? Could you please suggest ?
Oil change needs to be done when the oil becpmes sticky (less viscous) u can check that by yourself. there should be a oil check stick in ntorq its towards right before the exhaust take the stick and press ur thumb and finger against it if it forms a thread that remains thick for some seconds then u need a change. As u do miles ur oil color and viscosity changes. keep a notr of that and u dont need anyone to determine for you
I understand that we need to change engine oil buy my concern is regarding intervel. Usually for bikes it is mentioned that 2500-3000 but for ntorq it is 6000kms and that is why i am wondering. Any way i got the answer. We need to change it within 6 months of 6000kms as tvs use synthetic engine oil for ntorq and also people go for service make sure that service guys are using the same grade engine oil. They may use mineral oils which we cant use it more than 3000kms.thanks for the reply guys.
User manual never says engine oil change every 5000kms. If you use normal engine oil then change every 150****700 kms. If you use synthetic engine oil then you can change engine oil every 3000-3500 kms. I use normal engine oil for Ntorq. Age of my scooty is above 1yr 10 months.