TVS Bikes

4.1 is average rating of TVS bikes by 12938 users
TVS bike price starts from Rs. 44,999 for XL100 and goes upto Rs. 2.72 Lakh for Apache RR 310. TVS manufactures nineteen bikes which are Petrol and Electric powered. TVS also manufactures two wheelers in scooters category. TVS Raider is one of the top Sports bikes in India , TVS NTORQ 125 is one of the top Scooter bikes in India and TVS Sport is one of the top Commuter bikes in Indian auto market . The company has also plans to launch several upcoming bikes such as TVS Fiero 125 and TVS ADV. Choose a TVS bike to know all the details, including the latest price & bike offers at dealer showrooms in your city. You can also check out the specifications, images, bike mileage, user reviews from fellow TVS bike owners and unbiased reviews by our auto experts.

TVS Bikes Price List in India - February 2024

ModelsEx-showroom PriceMileage/Range
RaiderRs. 95,21967 kmpl
Apache RTR 160Rs. 1.19 Lakh47 kmpl
NTORQ 125Rs. 84,63656 kmpl
Apache RTR 160 4VRs. 1.23 Lakh50 kmpl
iQube ElectricRs. 1.17 Lakh100 km/charge
JupiterRs. 73,34050 kmpl
Apache RTR 310Rs. 2.42 Lakh35 kmpl
RoninRs. 1.49 Lakh41 kmpl
Apache RR 310Rs. 2.72 Lakh34 kmpl
XL100Rs. 44,99980 kmpl
Jupiter 125Rs. 86,40553 kmpl
Apache RTR 180Rs. 1.32 Lakh45 kmpl
Scooty Pep PlusRs. 65,51450 kmpl
SportRs. 59,43170 kmpl
Apache RTR 200 4VRs. 1.46 Lakh37 kmpl
RadeonRs. 62,40569 kmpl
Star City PlusRs. 78,77066 kmpl
Scooty ZestRs. 73,93148 kmpl
X Electric ScooterRs. 2.49 Lakh80 km/charge

About TVS

Latest Update on TVS Bikes

To kick off 2024, TVS showcased a flex-fuel version of the Raider 125. Other than this the brand is likely to launch two new models in 2024; the recently unveiled TVS iQube ST,  and quite possibly an ADV based on the Apache RR 310 platform.

2023 was an interesting year for TVS and the company showcased the top-spec version of their electric scooter, the iQube ST at Auto Expo 2023. The brand also brought back their biker festival, Moto Soul for its second edition in March 2023, and a third edition again in December 2023. At the festival, TVS showcased a flat track racer based on the Ronin and also confirmed that they will be starting a flat track championship called the Drift X Cup soon. The company also launched a naked version of their flagship motorcycle Apache RR 310, called the Apache RTR 310. The top-spec version of the Raider 125 with a TFT-console was also launched (first in segment) was also launched in 2023. TVS recently also announced an investment in Ion Mobility, a Singaporean electric two-wheeler startup. The investment is said to benefit both brands in expanding their footprint in Southeast Asian electric mobility.


TVS, a renowned name in the automotive industry, traces its roots all the way back to 1911 when its founder, T.V. Sundaram Iyengar, started a bus service company called Sundaram Iyengar and Sons Limited in Delhi. After his passing, his sons took over and in 1962, they joined forces with a UK-based company to establish Sundaram Clayton. This partnership aimed to manufacture automotive components such as motorcycle brakes and compressors. It wasn't until 1978 that TVS ventured into the production of mopeds at their plant in Hosur, Tamil Nadu, and in 1980, they introduced India's first 2-seat moped, the TVS 50.

In 1982, Sundaram Clayton joined hands with Suzuki from Japan to produce two-stroke motorcycles. Models like the Supra, Samurai, Shogun, and Shaolin gained popularity in the Indian market. TVS-Suzuki also made a mark in the motorcycle racing scene with a modified version of the TVS 50 that could reach speeds of 105 kmph. When this collaboration ended in 2001, all TVS Suzuki bikes were brought under the umbrella of TVS Motors.

Thanks to their extensive interest in and history with racing, TVS has been able to introduce many technological firsts in their bikes over the years. They introduced India's first fully indigenously made gearless scooter, the Scooty, the first bike with digital ignition, the Champ, and the Apache RTR, which was the first Indian-made bike with ABS. While the Scooty name still soldiers on in a couple of models, it has become synonymous with gearless scooters, it was the Jupiter 110 and more recently the Jupiter 125 which have been extremely successful in the scooter segment, outselling everything but the Honda Activa. More recently, TVS Motors forayed into the electric scooter segment with the iQube and iQube S. In the last couple of years, TVS has also tried to take on the likes of classic motorcycles like Royal Enfield with their latest bike, the Ronin. The Ronin is loosely based on the extremely popular Zeppelin concept that TVS had shown off at Auto Expo 2016 and uses a bored out version of the Apache RTR 200 4V’s motor to make it 225cc.

In 2013, TVS partnered with BMW Motorrad to co-develop and produce a new 310cc platform with them to produce bikes built on this platform for the German marque, but also a brand new full-faired sport bike - the Apache RR310 as well. TVS teamed up with Sherco from France to form the TVS Sherco Rally team for the Dakar Rally.

Production facilities/Dealership network

TVS Motor has four manufacturing plants, three in India (Hosur in Tamil Nadu, Mysore in Karnataka and Nalagarh in Himachal Pradesh) and one in Indonesia at Karawang. TVS also has over 6,000 dealerships and touch points in over 1,000 cities across India.

Greatest Hits

TVS Suzuki AX100 - The 2-stroke performance alternative to the Hero Honda’s 4-stroke mileage champion - the CD100

TVS Suzuki Samurai - The evolution of the AX100, meant to deliver power to the people - the Pulsar 150 of its day

TVS Suzuki Shogun - 110cc 2-stroke - 14 horsepower on a bike that barely weighed anything - it was the ultimate choice for racer and rally enthusiasts

TVS Fiero - 150cc 4-stroke bike meant to take on the Hero Honda CBZ

TVS Scooty - Made as a lower capacity alternative to the Kinetic Honda DX, the Scooty name lives on even today on multiple scooters from TVS and has become synonymous with gearless scooters

Apache RTR 160 & 180 - TVS’ answer to the Bajaj Pulsar twin. These brought many technological firsts to the segment including fuel injection and ABS. Having seen many iterations over the years, the RTR 160 2V and 180 2V are still on sale today and going strong.

Apache RTR 160 4V - This 4-valve model of the RTR 160 brought with it many updates, including a more aggressive design and more performance than ever. The latest model features riding modes (a segment first) and still remains a benchmark for its class.

Apache RTR 200 4V - The elder sibling of the RTR 160 4V, the 200 4V actually came earlier and set the template for the 160 4V. It offers great performance and refinement, and the latest version also gets a preload adjustable fork.

TVS Jupiter - Made to take on the highly popular Honda Activa, the Jupiter outdoes the Activa in many key aspects

TVS Bike Models in India

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TVS Electric Bikes

TVS manufactures 2 electric bikes in India. The cheapest TVS electric bike is iQube Electric starting at a price of Rs.1.17 Lakh while the price of most expensive one X Electric Scooter goes upto Rs.2.49 Lakh

Upcoming TVS Bikes

Here are upcoming Bikes that are set to be launched in India in 2024 and 2025 TVS Fiero 125, TVS ADV. These vehicles are expected to get design upgrades, features and updated specifications to keep up with the times and enhance the ownership experience.
  • TVS Fiero 125

    Fiero 125

    Rs. 80,000
    Launch Date : Mar 2024


    Rs. 1.50 Lakh
    Launch Date : Jun 2024

Key Highlights of TVS Bikes

The key Highlights of TVS Bikes include a diverse range of models like the popular TVS Raider and TVS Apache RTR 160, offering options like best mileage, most expensive, and lowest price. With upcoming models like the TVS Fiero 125 and TVS ADV on the horizon, TVS continues to innovate. They also boasts an extensive network of 5973 showrooms and 2030 service centers to ensure customer satisfaction.
Popular TVS Bike ModelsTVS Raider, TVS Apache RTR 160, TVS NTORQ 125, TVS Apache RTR 160 4V, TVS iQube
Best MileageiQube Electric (100 km/charge)
Most Expensive TVS BikeApache RR 310 (Rs.2.72 Lakh)
Lowest PriceXL100 (Rs.44,999)
Upcoming TVS Bike ModelsTVS Fiero 125, TVS ADV
Fuel TypePetrol, Electric
TVS Electric BikesTVS iQube, TVS X
TVS Bike Showrooms5973 Outlets
TVS Bike Service Centers2030
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TVS Bike User Reviews

  • Raider
    1220 reviews
    TVS Raider Conquer Every Road with Power  

    Conquer every road with power and precision on the TVS Raider. This motorcycle is engineered for riders who seek dominance on diverse terrains. Riding the Raider is like taming the open road with confidence a bike that not only boasts a muscular presence but also offers precise handling and roVehiclet performance. With its commanding design, responsive engine, and advanced features, the Raider is an super choice for riders who want to explore the roads with unmatched power and control.

    Anonymous 4 hours ago
  • NTORQ 125
    1517 reviews
    TVS NTorq 125 Urban Swagger Meets Racing Spirit. 

    Experience the perfect blend of urban swagger and racing spirit with the TVS NTorq 125. This scooter is designed for riders who want to make a statement on city streets. Riding the NTorq 125 is like infusing my urban commute with a dose of racing excitement a scooter that not only stands out with its bold design but also delivers spirited performance and smart connectivity features. With its sporty styling, powerful engine, and innovative technology, the NTorq 125 is an super choice for riders who seek a combination of urban swag and racing thrill.

    Anonymous 4 hours ago
  • Apache RTR 160 4V
    1151 reviews
    Apache RTR 160 4V Racing Precision Redefined. 

    Redefine racing precision with the TVS Apache RTR 160 4V. This motorcycle is engineered for riders who crave an exhilarating and precise riding experience. Riding the Apache RTR 160 4V is like unleashing a racing beast on the streets a bike that not only commands attention with its aggressive design but also delivers unmatched handling and dynamic performance. With its sporty features, powerful engine, and cutting-edge technology, the Apache RTR 160 4V is an super choice for riders who seek the thrill of racing precision.

    Anonymous 4 hours ago
  • iQube Electric
    534 reviews
    Battery status 

    I've been riding the tvs iqube electric scooter for several months now, And i'm thoroughly impressed with this stylish and functional machine.Here's my detailed review based on my experience so far.Firstly, The tvs iqube boasts a unique, Modern design that grabs attention.It's both sleek and functional, And i've noticed a good amount of interest from others while riding it.The blend of futuristic styling and practicality is a definite win.Embracing the electric drivetrain has been a major positive.The absence of noise and emissions makes each ride feel environmentally responsible.The tvs iqube provides peppy acceleration that's perfect for city riding.The handling is nimble, Allowing me to easily navigate even busy roads.Tvs has incorporated thoughtful connectivity features into the iqube.The companion app offers remote monitoring of things like battery status, Location tracking, And some handy ride statistics.These smart features add a layer of convenience and control over ownership.On the practical side, The tvs iqube has decent storage space for errands and essentials.It's built well, Which gives me confidence in its lifespan and reliability with regular use.Of course, There's always room for improvement.While the range suits my typical commutes, Longer journeys could be a challenge with the current battery.Increasing charging network availability would also be a huge leap for electric scooter practicality in general.Overall, My experience with the tvs iqube has been excellent.It's a stylish, Environmentally-conscious, And fun way to get around the city.If you're searching for an electric scooter with a dash of tech-savvy appeal, The tvs iqube is a strong contender.

    Suraj (Verified User) 4 hours ago
  • Jupiter
    1724 reviews
    Super smooth 

    The tvs jupiter 125 is super smooth, With a very nice pick up and stability at high speeds up to 70 km/h

    PRINCE (Verified User) 3 hours ago
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TVS Bikes FAQs

Which are the most popular bikes of TVS in India 2024?

Top most popular bikes of TVS in india are Raider, Apache RTR 160 and NTORQ 125 available in India with starting price Rs 95,219

Which is the cheapest TVS bikes in India?

The cheapest TVS bike in India is XL100, which is priced at Rs. 44,999.

Which is the best mileage bike in TVS?

iQube Electric is the most mileage efficient model in TVS with a mileage of 100 km/charge.

What are the Upcoming TVS Bikes in India 2024?

The next upcoming bike from TVS are TVS Fiero 125, TVS ADV.

What is the price range of TVS ?

TVS bikes in India comes in the price range of Rs. 44,999 to Rs. 2.72 Lakh.

Which are the best TVS bikes under 50000?

The popular bikes offered by TVS in this segment are TVS XL100

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