• Q. How to improve mileage in TVS NTORQ?

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    Ranjan | 7 months ago

    First check air filter because air filter is nose of a bike, scooter or a car. It breathes like a man. Sufficient air intake is essential for carburettor or fuel injection system to burn petrol. If you see it is dirty clean first or it is damage then replace immediately. Second tuning the carburettor by experience technician.Third run the vehicle 45-50 km/hr. More speed less mileage ~ This verdict is applicable for all types of vehicles. Less brake also.

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    Kausik | 1 year ago

    Don't rev the engine hard, ride at a steady speed between 45 and 55 kmph. Avoid randomly applying your brakes, try to guess the behaviour of other road users so that you can use the brakes judiciously. That should give you at least 46-47 kmpl. As an aside, I am 52+ years, and I rarely follow the above rules. I get around 37-38 kmpl.

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    Anil | 2 years ago

    @ Saurabh | How you are calculating mileage? The idea to calculate mileage is to refuel the tank when scooter says FUEL IS IN RESERVE. Put 1L fuel and reset the tripmeter. Run the scooter and when the scooter is in reserve again you can see the trip done..

    It is always better to check the mileage by filling the tank full write down the meter reading and fill it again after driving for 50 -60 km, fill it again to full tank and then divide with the number of liter you have filled, you will get the exact mileage

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TVS NTORQ User Reviews

  • 4.6

    Performance is really so good.And if you say mileage yes it's ofcourse depends on the rider.Am using ntorq disc since july 2018 daily for office and i get 43kmpl.

  • 5.0

    Fairly best in 125cc segment only drawback is the stock tyres from tvs is not ideal for off-roading.Mine was damaged after 3 months and i respect the engine because it is very powerful and satisfying too:d.

  • 4.6

    Hello avreybudy i really love this bike, This is awesome mileage is nice and performance is also or tsv is great place for bikes.

  • 3.0

    All is well.Fuel empty problem every hundred kilometer after fuel reffeling.All is well.Fuel empty problem every hundred kilometer after fuel reffeling.

  • 4.6

    good best in segment engine performance well and also good quality

  • 4.2

    nice comfortable and worth the expense

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