Get Up Close And Personal With TVS’ newest Offering!

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  • Sep 17, 2021
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Have a closer look at one of the coolest 125cc bikes in the market via detailed images


TVS just entered one of the most competitive markets in the motorcycle segment with the Raider -- a powerful, feature-packed 125cc motorcycle that’s pegged to give big guns like the Honda SP 125 a run for its money. It looks pretty cool as well, especially in those bright colours. So if you’re curious, here’s a closer look at TVS’ newest entrant via detailed images. 

First up is the way it looks. The muscular tank extensions, engine cowl, and split seat setup look sharp and sleek.

Not to mention, the bug-shaped LED DRL that's sure to stand out from the crowd. The tail light's LED too with bulb-type indicators.

The wide single-piece handlebar, and rear-set footpegs, offer an upright yet slightly forward-biased riding stance. 

Nifty bits include an underseat storage compartment under the pillion seat, and a side-stand engine cut-off feature as well. 

For added convenience TVS offers an optional USB charging port positioned under the handlebar. 

It also gets a full-digital instrument console that's packed to the teeth with features. You have the conventional readouts apart from a gear position and shift indicator, helmet reminder, top speed and average speed recorder, range and mileage indicators, Eco and Power modes, and a clock. 

TVS will soon roll out another variant with a smartphone-compatible full-colour TFT console with turn-by-turn navigation, call and messages access function, and more. 

At the heart lies an all-new air/oil-cooled 124.8cc single-cylinder air-cooled, fuel-injected, motor making 11.38PS at 7500rpm and 11.2Nm at 6000rpm. It comes mated to a 5-speed transmission, and segment-first riding modes: Eco and Power. How do these modes affect the motor's tune? Head here to find out. The idling stop-start system ensures the motor sips on fuel more sparingly. 

In terms of hardware, the TVS Raider gets a 30mm telescopic front fork and a five-step preload-adjustable gas-charged monoshock. Its 17-inch alloys come wrapped with 80-section front and 100-section rear Remora tyres. Braking duties are handled by a single 240mm front petal disc and a 130mm rear drum, with CBS. 

Alternatively, you could opt for the cheaper front drum brake variant too. At 780mm, the seat is fairly accessible, with a kerb weight of just 123kg -- the lightest in its segment. The fuel tank capacity stands at 10 litres.

The TVS Raider is available in two variants: drum and disc priced at Rs 77,500 and Rs 85,469 ex-showroom, Delhi. At this price point, it primarily competes against the Honda SP 125 and the Hero Glamour Xtec.

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