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  • Q. How is the bike and mileage?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 11 months ago

    The bike 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. 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 delivers a claimed mileage of 69.3 kmpl. Rest depends on one's riding style and how it is maintained. 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.

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    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 8 months ago

    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.

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  • Q. Which is best between TVS Radeon and Bajaj Platina Comfortec for daily commute?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 5 months ago

    The best daily commuter that can suggest between the two would be TVS Radeon due to its features and the comfort of the vehicle. But to know more about this we suggest you take a test ride of the vehicle and then decide. click the given link and read more https://www.zigwheels.com/bike-comparison/bajaj-platina-100-vs-tvs-radeon

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    Abhiraj
    Abhiraj | 1 month ago

    Radeon is 110cc if you go for power & decent milege go for TVS

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  • Q. How it is for long drive up to 300 KM or more - Radeon?
    Dr
    Dr | 4 months ago

    I dont advice it for long drive.I have found the brakes not reliable when you drive on highway over the speed of 55 km.The engine gets too hot with gradual decrease in pick up with continuous and long drive.

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    Dr
    Dr | 4 months ago

    Not suitable for riding above 250 kms.Engine gets too hot and then the bike gets it pick up down when you drive for longer distance.

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  • Q. Breaking kesi hai aur mileage kitna deti hai - Radeon?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 2 months ago

    The bike has been offered with 130mm drum brakes up front and a 110mm drum at the rear. The brakes have decent feel but could have been better on the turf. The braking performance counter from 60kmph to zero, the braking distance stands at 23.74m. If the mileage of the bike is taken into account, the bike provides an ARAI certified mileage of 69 Kmpl.

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    Soumya
    Soumya | 2 months ago

    Breaking ok hai mileage 60 ka deti hai.

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  • Q. Is this Engine heats up a lot - Radeon?
    Dr
    Dr | 3 months ago

    Yes engine of TVS Radeon heats up too much lowering its pick up and performance when heats up too high.I went to service station twice and reported my concern and ask for solutions but they didn't found any solution yet.

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    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 4 months ago

    As of now, there are no complaints about the engine getting overheated. Although you can read more about the TVS Radeon in the below link.Read More: TVS Radeon: Road Test Review https://www.zigwheels.com/reviews-advice/reviews/tvs-radeon-road-test-review/32662/

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  • Q. Is TVS Eedeon a long life bike - Radeon?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 4 months ago

    TVS has provided Radeon with a 5 years warranty. The life of the bike depends on the proper maintenance of the bike.

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    Dr
    Dr | 4 months ago

    Company has provided Duralife engine so we should hope for its longer life.

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  • Q. Radeon bike केसी है चलाने Mein.?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 10 months ago

    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 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. Read More - 4 Facts About The TVS Radeon: https://www.zigwheels.com/news-features/news/4-facts-about-the-tvs-radeon/31744

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    Upendra
    Upendra | 9 months ago

    Sir please suggest me that tvs radeon bike trip meter provides, yes or no

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  • Q. I want a bike with comfortable seat, good looks and manageable average plus less than 60k. Is Radeon good to buy?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 month ago

    There are a number of options available in the market for a good mileage bike such as Bajaj Platina 110, Bajaj CT 100, TVS Star City Plus,Hero Passion Pro, Hero HF Dawn, Yamaha Saluto RX, etc. Selecting a bike would depend on the individual preference for engine displacement, styling, features, etc. TVS Radeon is a good bike with plush ride quality and comfortable seating. It is offered with a 109.7 cc engine that generates 8.4 PS of power and has the claimed fuel efficiency of 69.3 km/l. Click here to explore the available options in the market and take a test ride of the bike for a better understanding of performance. Click on the link for New Bike Showrooms.

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    Debashis
    Debashis | 3 weeks ago

    Tvs Redeon is best with duralife engine.. You can also try Bajaj CT 110.

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  • Q. Planning to buy TVS Radeon, I use travel nearly 80kms a day is it available to go with TVS, any back pain issues with these bike?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 4 months ago

    The TVS Radeon has been enriched with the single cradle tubular frame give work to the telescopic forks up front and a 5-step preload adjustable shock absorber at the rear. The damping offered on the TVS Radeon is well steady to face the bad and bumpy roads, and the soft and wide flat seat makes life on the saddle even more comfortable. The seat is quite comfy for the pillion too, and can even accommodate people with large frames. Moreover, we would suggest you take a test ride of the bike so that you may evaluate the bike on the basis of your outlook toward the ride quality, features and comfort individually.Read more: TVS Radeon: Road Test Review: https://www.zigwheels.com/reviews-advice/reviews/tvs-radeon-road-test-review/32662/ Click here for Dealership: https://www.zigwheels.com/bikes/dealers/TVS

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    Dr
    Dr | 4 months ago

    It's a good city commuter and I have experienced poor braking and hard shock absorbers with my Radeon.I suggest you to buy any Yamaha or Honda bikes from same category of your need and budget for better safety and comfort.

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  • Q. How is the TVs Radeon in terms of comfort,mileage, speed and breaking system.
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 5 months ago

    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. It's 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.

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    Abhiraj
    Abhiraj | 1 month ago

    Radeon is 110cc if you go for power & decent milege go for TVS. SPEED UPTO 95KMBraking average

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