TVS NTORQ 125 is powered by a 124.8cc engine that produces 9.4PS of power and 10.5Nm of peak torque that delivers a claimed mileage of 47 kmpl. The scooter is fairly capable of carrying two average adults with ease and does not feel underpowered. As for the engine oil, it requires 900ml of oil at the timed of change.
| 7 months ago
On regular use I'm getting around 45+ and if I'm driving aggressively then 39-42kmpl, 2 people with average buildup will be very comfortable
TVS NTORQ 125 Highlights TVS designers claim to have drawn inspiration for the NTorq from stealth fighter jets. The bikemaker has packed the scooter with attractive features like LED DRLs, a PSP-like digital console with TVS’ indigenous Smart-X-Connect with Bluetooth phone connection for checking calls and messages. Along with it, the console also displays navigation, last ride report, top speed, a lap timer and a whole lot more that can be accessed via the NTorq app available for Android phones only! Click on the link to know more: https://bit.ly/2sx6DhB The seat height on the NTorq is quite low so it's accessible to a lot more riders. But a short seat means that riders on the heavier side will have the edge of the seat pinching in. The seat height also feels lower in comparison to the Grazia’s, which is taller and wider. Really short riders might struggle here. For comfort, TVS has offered a soft padded seat that feels plush, without it being too soft like the one on Jupiter. It’s also a more comfortable place for the pillion, despite the seat being slightly smaller. It’s slightly raised and makes for a more natural pillion posture. But if the pillion is a bit generously sized, the edges of this smaller seat can feel a bit pokey. We have an article for you which will clear all your doubts comprehensively. TVS NTorq vs Suzuki Access vs Aprilia SR 125: Road Test Comparison Review - https://bit.ly/2JMh4s9 Do take a test ride before making any final decision. Click on the link to check dealership details: https://bit.ly/2rJrRu2
| 1 year ago
Consider specs section in zigwheels for tvs ntorq.