TVS launches 2015 Edition of Phoenix 125
- by Team Zigwheels
- Apr 30, 2015
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The 2015 edition of the TVS Phoenix 125 gets new features like a fully digital speedometer with rev indicator, service reminder and low battery indicator, stylish tank scoops and gas charged shocks. The Phoenix 125 promises good rideability and decent fuel economy
TVS Motor Company has launched the 2015 edition of the TVS Phoenix 125 at Rs 51,990 for the drum-brake version and Rs 55,899 for the disc brake version (Both ex-showroom Delhi prices).
The 2015 edition TVS Phoenix 125 comes with new stylish tank scoops, a premium 3D logo, and bold body-coloured front visor & pillion grab rails. Additional features include a first time comprehensive white backlit, fully digital speedometer which includes a rev indicator, a service reminder and low battery indicator.
The motorcycle is equipped with Roto-Petal Disc Brakes and tubeless tyres are available in the drum brake version as well. Another interesting feature is the introduction of ‘Vehicle Location Assist’ which enables the rider to easily locate his motorcycle in a parking lot by pressing a button on his vehicle key.
“We have taken TVS Phoenix 125 to the next level, infusing an element of excitement into the product. The 2015 edition now comes with a whole range of class leading exciting features and added new styling elements give it even more flair. This launch underlines our commitment to customers in terms of bringing out products that are superior to others in their class and that are high in quality and customer appeal,” said K N Radhakrishnan, President and CEO, TVS Motor Company.
Powering the 2015 edition TVS Phoenix 125 is a 125cc EcoThrust Engine which delivers 11PS of power and TVS claims will deliver fuel consumption figures of 67 kmpl. With a flat torque curve and effective power delivery, the 2015 TVS Phoenix 125 comes with first-in-class Monotube Inverted Gas (MIG) filled canister shocks with Series Spring.
The 2015 TVS Phoenix 125 will be available in six coloirs, including Black Magic, Crimson Black, Midnight Black, Red Hot, Cherry White and White Night.