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The TVS Radeon BS6 price list has been revealed. It costs Rs 58,992 for the standard drum variant, Rs 61,992 for the Commuter Bike Of The Year drum brake version and Rs 64,992 for the disc brake-equipped special edition version. All prices are ex-showroom Delhi. The TVS Radeon BS6 is costlier than the TVS Radeon BS4 by around Rs 6,600 to Rs 8,600, depending on the variant. Expect TVS to launch the bike in a few weeks.

The TVS Radeon BS6 will feature a fuel-injected engine. It is expected to make slightly less power and/ or torque compared to the carburetted, BS4-compliant 109.7cc motor, which produces 8.4PS and 8.7Nm. It is expected to come with an all-LED headlamp and refreshed graphics.

Other aspects of the bike including a telescopic front fork, twin rear shock absorbers, 130mm front and 110mm rear drum are expected to remain untouched. The TVS Radeon BS6’s primary rival will be the Hero Splendor iSmart 110 BS6.

TVS Radeon Price

The price of TVS Radeon starts at Rs. 52,360 and goes upto Rs. 65,067. TVS Radeon is offered in 6 variants - STD, Commuter Bike of the Year - Drum, Commuter Bike of the Year - Disc, Drum BS6, Drum ES Alloy BS6 and the top variant Radeon Disc BS6 which comes at a price tag of Rs. 65,067.

TVS Radeon Variants Price List

Radeon STD
109 cc | 69.3 kmpl
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Radeon Commuter Bike of the Year - Drum
109 cc | 69.3 kmpl
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Radeon Commuter Bike of the Year - Disc
109 cc | 69.3 kmpl
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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Radeon

Q. TV S Radeon main chain cover plastic ka hai ya metallic hai?
  • Bhai plastic ka hai
  • Metal
  • The TVS Radeon gets an ABS plastic chain cover.
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Q. I want height, suspension and average, do I get in this bike - Radeon?
  • TVS Radeon undercuts the rivals in this place, it offers a more robust and contemporary design with a sorted suspension package and a refined and fuel-efficient engine that delivers a tested fuel efficiency of 66.29kmpl. Offered with the height of 1070mm it has the ground clearance of 180mm. Built to appeal the younger generation from B-towns who need a dose of style, premiumness and ruggedness at an affordable price. Rest we would recommend you to take a test ride of the bike so that you can gain complete understanding regarding the ease of riding.
  • For height compare to platina is low but suspension and average is very good
  • Absolutely
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Q. I want to buy Radeon, if we ride for long distance what are the good and bad things with mileage? High speed experience,breaking, night lighting?
  • The TVS Radeon should be an ideal buy for customers looking for a no-nonsense, functional commuter that’s built to last. The large seat should make the motorcycle more comfortable on those traffic-laden urban streets as well as on pothole-ridden rural roads. The claimed ARAI mileage for the TVS Radeon petrol is 69 kmpl. Although, the actual mileage figure will according to your riding style and riding condition. According to TVS, the engine has been specially tuned to deliver better pick up and acceleration while ironing out vibrations. Furthermore, the engine casing gets a champagne coloured paint job. It uses a steel tubular frame with telescopic front suspensions up front and a twin five-step adjustable shock absorber setup at the rear. At 180mm, the TVS Radeon also boasts of the highest ground clearance in its class. Braking duties are handled by drum brakes at both ends aided by TVS' synchronized braking technology (SBT). It gets Halogen with LED DRLs headlamps which will get the job done at night. Do take a test ride in order to judge your riding comfort.
  • It's not meant for high speed, after 60 you will feel vibrations
  • Only bad thing is is sound is little bit high (but someone likes a lot)all other things are ok
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Q. Which one is better TVS Radeon or HF Deluxe BS6?
  • Both TVS Radeon and HF Deluxe BS6 are one of the best options available for the daily commute. As TVS is well known for its performance, Radeon churns out good power figures compared to HF Deluxe and as Hero is known for the durability and mileage, HF Deluxe will give a good mileage output with low maintenance cost. Moreover, we'd suggest taking the test ride so that you can get a better physical comparison among the option. You can click on the following link to see the details of the nearest dealership and selecting your city accordingly - Bike Showrooms
Q. I want to full details of TVS Radeon?
  • The TVS Radeon sources power from a 109.7cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled, Dura-Life engine which produces a maximum power of 8.4PS and peak torque of 8.7Nm. It comes mated to a 4-speed gearbox. The TVS Radeon has a 10-litre fuel tank and returns a company claimed fuel efficiency of 69.3kmpl. According to TVS, the engine has been specially tuned to deliver better pick up and acceleration while ironing out vibrations. Furthermore, the engine casing gets a champagne coloured paint job. For more information, follow the below link - TVS Radeon. Moreover, you can have a test drive of the bike for a better idea of comfort and drive quality by visiting the nearest dealer in your city. You can click on the following link to see the details of the nearest dealership and selecting your city accordingly - Dealers.
  • Pls go to official web site for more.. www******com
Q. Is TVS Radeon BS6-compliant?
  • Officially it is not declared but yes TVs soon to launch bs6 in its Radeon as it's mandatary
  • No. its BS4 till now
  • No, Still now BS4
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TVS Radeon User Reviews

4.1 /5
108 Rating & 50 reviews
  • Mileage
    4.1/5
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    4.1/5
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    4.1/5
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    4.2/5
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    4.2/5

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  • 3.4

    I bought this bike on 1 January 2019it complete 1 year and I can say much about this bikePROS:-1. Ride quality is good due to good positioning.2. Seat comfort is above the mark.3. The body material of bike is so premium rather then cheap like Splendor.CONS.:-1. Average is not so good for a 110 cc bike it only provide 55 kmpl.2. Gear shifting is not smooth , it is hard and release tak-tak sound while shifting the gear.3. It takes so much time to cross 80+ .and after that it feels that engine wil blast some how. as it provide so much sound and engine struggle a lot.

  • 5.0

    आरामदायक, चालवायला सोपी, तडफदार स्पीड व पिकअप, वजन(सामान पिशव्या) वाहून न्यायला उत्तम, लाईट छान, ब्रेक ठीकठाक पण त्वरित नाही,मेर्निंग स्टॅर्तींग त्रबल, बाकी ठीक.

  • 4.2

    I bought this bike yesterday 68K on-road price. Its simply nice in looks. Rode this bike 300km from Salem to Chennai maintained 60km/hr speed (this indicate as power mode for 60km/hr). Total 6hrs travel I got back pain need improvement in seating arrangement. Need for suspension improvement

  • 1.0

    Iselfstart problem..before 3 months,I purchased this bike..serious selfstart problem in this bike..in three times I visited TV's dealer for this isdue.. Still today my problem is not solved..I am utterly disappointed by this bike and TV's service..Don't buy TV's bikes

  • 5.0

    TVS Radeon इस बाइक की आवाज मुझे बहुत अच्छी लगती है तथा कंडीशन मेरे दिल को भा ती है इसका माइलेज भी अच्छा है

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  • 5.0

    i want this bike in Bihar Sharif area

  • 1.0

    Iselfstart problem..before 3 months,I purchased this bike..serious selfstart problem in this bike..in three times I visited TV's dealer for this isdue.. Still today my problem is not solved..I am utterly disappointed by this bike and TV's service..Don't buy TV's bikes

  • 3.4

    I bought this bike on 1 January 2019it complete 1 year and I can say much about this bikePROS:-1. Ride quality is good due to good positioning.2. Seat comfort is above the mark.3. The body material of bike is so premium rather then cheap like Splendor.CONS.:-1. Average is not so good for a 110 cc bike it only provide 55 kmpl.2. Gear shifting is not smooth , it is hard and release tak-tak sound while shifting the gear.3. It takes so much time to cross 80+ .and after that it feels that engine wil blast some how. as it provide so much sound and engine struggle a lot.

  • 5.0

    Good bike . mileage best Radeon is best

  • 4.6

    It is having tremendous mileage but the suspension is not good enough

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TVS Radeon Highlights

Design & Features: In a bid to refresh its ageing commuter portfolio, TVS launched the 110cc Radeon in India. The design is just like any other commuter (read Splendor), but the Radeon stands apart because of the LED DRLs placed below the headlamp, a plush seat and tank grips on the sides. It gets some premium touches too - the engine casing gets gold treatment, and the exhaust system is finished in chrome. TVS offers a USB port as an option, which is located just behind the headlight nacelle. The bike is available in four colours: white, beige, purple and black. Its black 18-inch alloy wheels are shod with Duragrip tubeless tyres for optimum grip on bad roads. Engine & Specifications: The Radeon gets the tried-and-tested 109.7cc Dura-Life engine from the Star City Plus, albeit it is tuned for better low-end torque, which would be ideal in city commutes. The motor produces 8.4PS at 7000rpm and 8.7Nm at 5000rpm while working in conjunction with a 4-speed transmission. TVS claims the engine returns a fuel efficiency of 69.3kmpl. This, coupled with a 10-litre fuel tank should easily result in over 500km of range. True to its positioning as a premium commuter for rural areas, it gets a ground clearance of 180mm. The tubular steel frame is suspended on telescopic front forks and twin rear shock absorbers with 5-step adjustability. Braking is managed by 130mm front and 110mm rear drum units, but it features Sync Braking Technology for newbies which comes in handy during emergency braking.

TVS Radeon Competitors

Bajaj Discover 110 :

The 2018 Discover 110 has a relatively fresh styling in the segment, thanks to the inverted horn-shaped LED DRL. The design of the motorcycle is in line with the Discover lineup. It not only has a bigger 115.5cc motor, but churns out slightly more power and torque as well (8.6PS & 9.81Nm). It retails for Rs 51,674 (ex-showroom Delhi).

Honda CD 110 Dream DX:

The CD 110 Dream DX is Honda’s most affordable commuter at Rs 48,641 (ex-showroom Delhi). Its styling is a bit subdued, to appeal to rural buyers. It also makes marginally more power and torque (8.42PS & 9.09Nm) than the TVS Radeon from its 109.19cc engine.

Hero Splendor iSmart 110:

The 110cc iSmart variant of the Splendor has a more contemporary design. It also enjoys the benefit of iSmart technology, which switches off the engine when it idles for too long, thus conserving fuel. This commuter also makes slightly more power and torque than the TVS Radeon - 9.5PS and 9Nm respectively.

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The TVS Radeon should be an ideal buy for customers looking for a no-nonsense, functional commuter that’s built to last. The large seat should make the motorcycle more comfortable on those traffic-laden urban streets as well as on pothole-ridden rural roads. Its competitive pricing should also appeal to price-conscious buyers who are looking for something new.

TVS Radeon Mileage

ARAI Claimed 69.3 kmpl
User Reported 69 kmpl