TVS NTORQ 125 Spare Parts
TVS NTORQ 125Rs. 79,956 - 99,961 Ex-showroom Price, Delhi
TVS NTORQ 125 Spare Parts Price List
|TVS NTORQ 125 Parts||Authorised Dealer Price||Extra GST 28%||Total Price|
|Side View Mirror||217||60||277|
|Side Panel Set||1485||415||1900|
|Fuel Tank Cap||737||206||943|
*SGST (State GST) + CGST (Central GST) = GST
TVS NTORQ 125 User Reviews
Race edition is worth to buy only one negative issue i got is it's parts make quite noise but a quick service from the service center will do the best.If you ask me then from my 1.5 years of experience it is ome of the best you can get.It's look and sound is worth attractive, mileage is around 40km/liter.Over all if you are planning for a best in segment scooty then tvs ntorq 125 race edition is literally worth buying.
4.2Owner since 2020 September.
Owner since 2020 september.The bike is really amazing, Suspension setup is excellent, Headlights is good enough to illuminate the road, I get a mileage of around 48kmpl with a bit of spirited riding at times, Brakes are excellent although abs is missing, Bike is easy to maneuver in traffic, The lcd display looks cool although functions are limited.The build quality could have been better, Lots of vibrations, Throttle response in lower revs is quiet jerky.The boot has decent space and has a small light inside which is handy.My rating would be 8.5/10.Talking about the maintenance cost it is fairly cheap.
Driving experience is great.Small turning radius, High pickup make it great for street riding.Race mode give brief details about the last ride for e.G.Top speed, Avg.Speed.Mileage is nearly 35kmpl.Engine has great power, Provides high pickup.Build quality is okay and front suspension is not that good.Worst part is you have to drive very slow if driving on bumpy road otherwise you will feel so much vibrations.
I bought TVS Ntorq in April
I bought tvs ntorq in april 2019 and have ridden about 7000 kilometers since.The biggest con for me has always been the mileage.With the recommended tyre pressure per the manual, I've got 20-25 kmpl in the city and about 30 in on the highway.But with 40psi in the rear and 35 in the front(the default at fuel stations) which is way way more than prescribed by tvs i.E.28 and 24 respectively, I've been getting 40kmpl lately but not more than that which is okay now i guess.Rest everything is fine.The performance and the overall throttle response is good for the city but not too good in highways.I enjoyed flicking it through traffic very much on busy delhi roads but not on the wide roads of jalandhar where all the vehicles on the roads are bigass cars and you can't overtake any of them as the average speed on the roads is about 90 km/hr.Breaking could be better but is fine for a scooter i guess.Suspensions don't do a very good job at absorbing the shocks from potholes.Engine is smooth.Boot space is fairly good.Exhaust note is very good.And that's pretty much it.
And road trip.I am wondering why the not promoted widely.Very good for bangalore roads.This model is.Pros and cons: very good handling and road trip ⋅ self starter is also very bad ⋅ starting problem ⋅ view full list.
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Recently Asked User Questions and Answers
- For this, you may refer to the user manual of your scooter or visit the authorized service centre of TVS in your city as they may assist you better.
- 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
- The TVS NTORQ 125 has a Kerb Weight of 116 kg and a Height of 1164 mm.
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- Height 1164mm³ and weight 118kg