It depends on your viewpoint. To most people, its mileage is the only negative point. Mileage with a consciously relaxed riding is around 45 kmpl, I have seen it on highways. But once you are astride, it is very difficult not to ride this scooter in a spirited manner. I should not malign other scooters, but to put it otherwise , one should not expect that a KTM Duke 125 will get you the same mileage as a Honda Shine SP 125, even though both have 125 cc engine.On a dily basis, you should get a below 40 figure on Ntorq, if you pamper its sporty nature.
| 5 months ago
@ Sasanka | Worst mileage. A 250cc bike gives more mileage than this shit. Don't buy it. Go for access or activa blindly as those are more reliable,gives more mileage and better built quality. Don't listen to these fake reviews otherwise you will regret.I am telling this from my experience
Actually you don't know how to measure of milage of any scooty. Process of milage testing is only one that is milage test by the help measurement container filled with petrol, limited speed 40-45 p/h and limited distance say 8,10 or 12 kms. Another thing air filter will be clean because air filter is the nose of a vehicle as like as human. After 1500-1700 kms we are able to get perfect milage of a two-wheeler.
| 5 months ago
Worst mileage. A 250cc bike gives more mileage than this shit. Don't buy it. Go for access or activa blindly as those are more reliable,gives more mileage and better built quality. Don't listen to these fake reviews otherwise you will regret.I am telling this from my experience
Ntorq mileage, after just four months usage is 52 km /litre ( exact value. Noted down at the moment when engine shut down) This mileage reading is with an average min speed of 50km/hr, including peak speeds of 85+ km/hr.So in economy mode i can assure you a mileage of 45 + kms. This is absolutely possible, or else get a good service of your vehicle
| 5 months ago
Mileage its vary actually depends on many issues.but from my personal experience mileage is like range between 40 to 43 kmpl.and now coming to performance according to me its A straight.After 1.5 years riding this scooty on commuter basis i can say yeah it have some suspension issue no need to worry its a minor case.
| 5 months ago
@ Zishan | 45-47 km/l and also depends how you ride it.... performance wise the scooty is just fabulous..100 km /hr is nothing for Ntorq.
Who rides a scooter in high speed. For high speed bike is a better option. Don't buy a scooter for speed because a scooter is for practicality not for performance and speed. Burgman street is a better option as it is more comfortable, practical and gives you better mileage.
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.
| 4 months ago
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
| 1 year ago
It's good for long route .. You can easily go for 100 km with speed of not more than 60kmph ..I hv not seen any heating issues until 100km ..
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.
Zigwheels | 1 year ago
The TVS NTORQ 125 can be ridden for long distance as it is a performance scooter. It is advisable to take a stoppage after about 100-150 Kms which would help the engine to cool down and gradually perform well without any lags. The Scooter has smaller engines as compared to the bikes which are why they require a small time to revive back. Although there is no particular limit of distance quoted by the company we do recommend it. A 10-15 minutes pit stop can help your scooter to revive and perform better in the highway run.
| 7 months ago
It is not advisable to use scooters for such long-distance rides. Better also to allow the engine to cool every 80-100 kilometres before continuing. Also note that you will have to refuel once in between. So please do not take it to places where fuel will be hard to find.
The Aprilia SR 125 manages to balance the trademark Aprilia aggression while being more usable thanks to its new 125cc engine. However, it fails to justify its hefty price tag of Rs 65,210 (ex-showroom Delhi) as it doesn’t offer the suppleness or features that you get with the NTorq. While, the TVS NTorq ticks all the boxes when it comes to practicality and excitement. It offers an engaging ride experience, exceptional performance and a host of features never seen on an Indian scooter before. All this at an attractive price point of Rs 58,750 (ex-showroom Delhi). This helps it in undercutting its Honda and Aprilia rivals by a good margin, while almost matching its competition from Suzuki. It certainly gets a thumbs-up from our side. Click on the link to know more: https://bit.ly/2JMh4s9
| 8 months ago
I'll suggest you NTORQ. As because Aprilia SR125 has got less legroom. So I'm case you collide with any other vehicle your leg might get severely injured
| 5 months ago
Both are similar. Quite durable, both of them. In case of Ntorq, you get much more practicality, space and comfort. That's all.