TVS is a bike manufacturer in India and sells Scooters bikes in the price range Rs. 30,490 to Rs. 72,455 through its authorized dealer showrooms across India. TVS's and Jupiter are among the top selling bikes in India.
TVS Scooter PriceTVS scooters price starts at Rs. 30,490 for the cheapest scooter XL100 and goes up to Rs. 72,455 for the top model TVS NTORQ 125. TVS offers 7 new scooter models in India. Jupiter (Rs. 54,349), NTORQ 125 (Rs. 59,462) and XL100 (Rs. 30,490) are among the popular scooters from TVS. In the year 2020/2021, TVS is going to launch 1 new models in India. Select a TVS scooter to know the latest offers in your city, prices, variants, specifications, pictures, mileage and reviews.
TVS Scooters in India
Recently Asked User Questions about TVS
- No , bs6 is very nice scooter as it is the latest offering of TVs, it is more fuel efficient it's under seat storage is now 21 litre and it's fuel tank is 6 litre now
- We haven't been reported any chain related issue in TVS Apache RTR 160 4V yet. So, if you are facing such an issue, we would suggest you to get your bike checked at the nearest authorised service centre for better assistance. Check out authorised dealership details.
- Bike safety and mileageBest style and sound Very good the best bike On rtr real aswome
- You can also go for fz25 considering daily commutes and comfort
TVS User Reviews
Writing this review After 1 Year of riding. I though it would be great to share my experience. 1. Mileage - 44 Km/Litre(This is guaranteed, I have atleast 50+ reading average data. If you ride on 50 to 60 Speed without changing speed too quickly. 2. PICK UP - Quick accelerator is not that good.Honda activa is better and Yamaha Fascino is even better. 3. Seat is larger, But weight capacity is not that great. 4. BATTERY - This is Important. TVS provide two kinds of battery for Jupiter. EXIDE and AMCO. I had AMCO battery and it given trouble within 8 months of use. then I changed it as it was on warranty. But Guys, It might be a manufacturing issue for my scooter battery, but You should demand for a EXIDE battery while purchasing a Jupiter, They will give it easily. EXIDE is a much better battery than any battery on earth. Amaron battery is No.2 in the race! If You are unlucky, then anything can give trouble, But if your luck favor, Then AMCO will give maximum 2.5 to 3 yrs while EXIDE will give upto 6 years of self life. 5. COLOR- Not many free color options, But in Classic range, there are quite lovely colors. But be informed that, in Both basic and Classic models, Engine is same, Only outer body look is different.Tejas 1 day ago
NTORQ 1254.2848 ratings
I am 6.2 height from Bangalore, For TVS Ntorq( I'll refer this as bike hereafter), I have altered bike seat to match my height, bike balance is really good after seat alteration, Mileage in city for my rough ride (30-100kmph speeds)used to get around 35kmpl. when I travel to my hometown, I got mileage around (30kmpl) when I ride @105 kmph, 42 kmpl mileage with average speed of 75 kmph & when I ride in economy like 55 kmph, i got 55 kmpl mileage. So, Mileage depends on how much speed I ride. My ride is for 200 KMS for my home town, went around 4 times to my hometown town, I never stopped my bike until I reached home, I usually fill shell power petrol when I ride long distances, I'll suggest it to everyone otherwise bike will be heated up with normal petrol.I bought my bike in EMI without knowing which financier to choose, simply went through the Showroom peoples choice & didn't knew who is financing my bike until my bike got delivered to me ,though it is not a bad choice, I believe we must be knowing that minimum information to compare if we had any better choices in financing our bike.TVS Service is really good, costed me around 1100 rupees for first 4 free services with oil change 2 times, this is best compared to other Brands.Bike not punctured even once.my daily commute is for 10 KMS a day with up and down to office usually takes 10 minutes to reach.Accessories I have bought guards for 2000 rupees, which I regret,I think there's no need of them, it really spoils the bike look. If you want to buy, then buy black color one, don't go for steel color.I have bought a new bolt & nut, cost 10 rupees for exhaust/ silencer when I missed them while riding due to bike rubbling except that I never spent any other money other than petrol.Bike is awesome for it's Torque & power, I felt like no bike can compete with this NTorq.Instrument cluster is also very useful & is not available with others in this range.So, go for itIn a year, ride is 7500 KMS and it is great that this bike is up to my expectationsDilip 2 months ago
This bike gives you good average and ground clearance. However, The two biggest problem with this vehicle are:1. No fuel meter for this issue this vehicle just sucks. 2. During rains there is problem of starting it,it needs to be kicked to start.Sam 2 months ago
Scooty Pep Plus3.7177 ratings
Think I’d you’ll buy even after seeing this,,3 months- battery failure4 months-lock failure6 months- full battery deadAnd I haven’t been even 3000 kms distanceDonstub 3 months ago
Scooty Zest4.170 ratings
If you looking for a bike having good features & weight lesser than 100kg, than you are at correct place. Have mentioned 3 pros and 3 corns about the Zest below.Main Pros:1. This bike has same engine of Jupiter 110cc. Hence it’s well priced engine.2. This bike has a good pickup and stability till 80km speed.3. Good Mileage (about 50km per litter)Major Cons:1. The break power is not enough. You have to put more effort than normal to stop the bike.2. The storage area light is not designed properly. Most of the bike it doesn’t stop when you have ladies handle in the bike.You can either have ladies handle or storage light.3. The engine is making huge noise while driving.Compared to Honda , Yamaha engines.Dineshraj 1 year ago
Basic but a decent vehicle. Provides nice ride and good body balance. Some vibrations can be expected after 1 year of usage. Servicing is adequate but i prefer to do it outside. Never faced any issue except punctures etc. Headlight is very basic but effective for normal usage within city but definitely needs improvement for rural areas. Resale value is lesser than honda but this vehicle has got decent ride quality.Sumit 1 year ago
TVS Bikes Expert Reviews
2020 TVS iQube: First Ride Review - Lives Up To The Family Name?
TVS has an accomplished range of scooters. Can the newest entrant, an electric, uphold the family name?Feb 29, 2020 | By Team ZigWheels
2020 TVS Apache RR310 First Ride Review
An able, awesome all-rounder, but it was missing a little something. Has the Apache RR310 found a splash of magic in 2020?Feb 1, 2020 | By Team ZigWheels
2020 TVS Apache RTR 160 & RTR 200 BS6 First Ride Review
Does the switch to BS6 going come at the cost of performance? We find out with the 2020 editions of the Apache RTR 4VsDec 11, 2019 | By Team ZigWheels
TVS Radeon: 7000km Long Term Report
It’s been consistently fuel-efficient but handling on wet roads and parts availability have been a dampenerOct 14, 2019 | By Team ZigWheels
TVS Apache RTR 160 4V: 6600Km Long Term Roundup
Goodbye Little Red. You’ve been a good gal.Jul 20, 2019 | By Team ZigWheels
TVS NTorq 8000km Long Term Wrapup
8220km and countless fun work commutes later, it's time to say goodbye to our favourite long-term scooterJun 24, 2019 | By Team ZigWheels
TVS Bikes News Updates
Is A TVS Apache RTR 310 Coming Soon?
TVS Motor’s CEO has confirmed a second TVS-BMW motorcycle for 2021Feb 17, 2020 | By Team ZigWheels
EXCLUSIVE: Here’s How Much The BS6 TVS Sport And XL100 Cost
The BS6 XL100 is around Rs 3,500 more expensive than before!Feb 13, 2020 | By Team ZigWheels
EXCLUSIVE: Here’s How Much The BS6 TVS Radeon Will Cost You!
The BS6-compliant version is dearer by around Rs 6,600Feb 12, 2020 | By Team ZigWheels
EXCLUSIVE: TVS NTorq 125 BS6 Prices Are Out!
The disc variant gets a significant price hikeFeb 12, 2020 | By Team ZigWheels
TVS Jupiter BS6 Makes Lesser Power Than Before
Two more variants updated to meet the BS6 normsFeb 3, 2020 | By Team ZigWheels
The New TVS Apache RR 310 BS6 Has Enough Gizmos To Rival The Bonnie Street Twin
Features like rider modes, ride-by-wire, and a full-colour TFT screen make the RR 310 one of the best value-for-money bikes in the current two-wheeler marketFeb 2, 2020 | By Team ZigWheels