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TVS Ronin

The TVS Ronin is a cafe racer bike. It is available in India at a price range of Rs. 1.49 Lakh to 1.68 Lakh . There are three different variants of the Ronin and it comes in six different colours. The engine has a displacement of 225cc . which produces power of 20.4 ps and 19.93 nm of torque. The Ronin has a five speed gearbox. Apart from this it gets disc brakes in the front and rear. This bike weighs 160 kg and has a fuel tank capacity of 14 liters.
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TVS Ronin Specifications

Engine 225 CC Mileage 42.95 Kmpl Max Power 20.4 PS @ 7750 rpm
Fuel Capacity 14 Liters Top Speed 120 kmph No Of Gears 5 Speed
Tyre Type Tubeless Kerb Weight 160 Kg Max Torque 19.93 Nm @ 3750 rpm

TVS Ronin Features

  • Starting (Self Start Only)
  • ABS (Dual Channel)
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  • Wheels Type (Spoke Alloy Wheels)
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  • Speedometer (Digital)
  • Tyre Type (Tubeless)
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TVS Ronin is the Hosur-based manufacturer’s attempt at making a multi-genre motorcycle. That said, it is more of a neo-retro scrambler with a slightly more cruiser-themed front. It is TVS’ first bike to feature the marque’s 225.9cc air-oil cooled engine. The bike even offers a range of accessories for more customisation.

TVS Ronin Engine

TVS Ronin is powered by a single-cylinder, 225.9cc, air/oil-cooled engine, which makes 20.4PS and 19.93Nm. The engine has specifically been tuned for low/mid-range grunt. The bike comes with a five-speed transmission and a slip/assist clutch. The bike gets a double-cradle split-frame which is suspended on a 41mm USD up front and a seven-step preload-adjustable rear monoshock. Braking duties are handled by a 300mm front and 240mm rear-disc. The low-end and mid-spec variants get single-channel ABS while the top-spec Ronin comes with dual-channel ABS. The bike has a kerb weight of 159kg (low-end & mid-spec) and 160kg (top variant). The bike gets a 14-litre fuel tank capacity and has a 181mm ground clearance.

TVS Ronin Variants

The base TVS Ronin SS comes in two single-tone colours (Magma Red & Lightning Black) with no decals while the mid-spec Ronin DS gets two dual-tone colourways (Stargaze Black & Delta Blue). The top-end Ronin TD comes painted in two triple-tone colours (Galactic Grey & Dawn Orange). The base SS variant gets a black KYB USD with single-channel ABS while the two premium models boast gold-finished USD forks by Showa, headlight ring and come with dual-channel ABS. The mid-spec DS variant also gets rim stickers.

TVS Ronin Design

The TVS Ronin comes with retro scrambler-esque styling but with quite some modern elements like an all-LED circular headlight with a T-face DRL and LED indicators. It features nine-spoke alloy wheels, an offset instrument cluster, and a massive chain-cover that’s functional, but looks gaudy.

Key Features of TVS Ronin

TVS Ronin comes with dual-channel ABS with two braking modes (Urban & Rain). It also features SmartXonnect Bluetooth connectivity (on premium variant) with voice assist, Call/SMS alerts, phone battery/signal status and turn-by-turn navigation. The motorcycle gets Glide-Through-Traffic (which is a low-speed assist) and comes with a silent starter. The bike even gets a silent starter, a slipper-clutch and adjustable brake/clutch levers (on the top variant). For added safety, the motorcycle comes equipped with a side-stand engine kill function.

TVS Ronin Competitors

The TVS Ronin goes up against the likes of the Royal Enfield Hunter 350 and Honda CB350RS.

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TVS Ronin Price

The price of TVS Ronin starts at Rs. 1.49 Lakh and goes upto Rs. 1.68 Lakh. TVS Ronin is offered in 3 variants - Single Tone - Single Channel, Dual Tone - Single Channel and the top variant Ronin Triple Tone - Dual Channel which comes at a price tag of Rs. 1.68 Lakh.

Ronin Price List (Variants)

Ronin Single Tone - Single Channel

225 cc . 42.95 kmpl
Rs. 1.49 Lakh
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Ronin Dual Tone - Single Channel

225 cc . 42.95 kmpl
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Ronin Triple Tone - Dual Channel

225 cc . 42.95 kmpl
Rs. 1.68 Lakh
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TVS Ronin Pros and Cons

  • Ronin Advantages

    Toquey engine for less-frequent gear changes, Premium fit and finish, Lightweight and agile for both highway and city roads, Spacious enough even for tall riders

  • Ronin Disadvantages

    Looks significantly small when compared to other classic/touring machines, Front brake demands quite a bit of force under hard braking, No standard USB-port

  • Expert's Conclusion

    Put aside its confusing styling, and you will still find the Ronin a peppy and friendly motorcycle which is good for everyday commutes and even weekend tours. While its engineering finesse and build quality is typically TVS, unfortunately, its styling isn’t.

TVS Ronin Expert Review

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A quick google search says Ronin is “a wandering samurai who had no lord or master”. And TVS’ latest offering is, in several ways, just that. It’s the Hosur-based bikemaker’s first attempt at creating something that does not only not comply with the company’s racing pedigree but also not one particular identity. Instead, it is an amalgamation of several qualities from cruiser, scrambler and neo-retro motorcycle genres. We got to swing a leg over this motorcycle in the real world, and see whether or not that was a clever move by TVS.

Performance in the city

TVS Ronin City Shot

This is where the TVS Ronin shines. This samurai is wary of its surroundings and takes advantage of them with absolute grace. What’s primarily responsible for this is the engine, and you can read what the company has done to the heart in our first ride review here. Tractability is phenomenal as the torquey nature of the engine lets you hold higher gears at slower speeds. I was able to go over all kinds of speed bumps, and even take slow U-turns, in the third gear. Slot it in this gear and you can putter around town effortlessly, at least until 52-53kmph, after which it gets a little vibey, imploring you to shift up.

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What sweetens the deal is the Glide Through Traffic - TVS’ speak for low-rpm assist. It works on all gears and you can simply modulate the clutch without giving throttle inputs in slow-moving traffic. The fifth gear holds right from 30kmph, making it easier to do city rides without too many gear shifts. The shifts are precise and the clutch lever is light, aiding it in its city mannerisms. The longer stroke has definitely improved the bike’s roll-on acceleration, as it is quicker than the TVS Apache RTR 200 4V by almost 0.2 seconds. 

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The fuel efficiency figures are decent for a bike of this displacement. Coupled with the 14-litre tank, expect a real-world range of around 560-odd km on a tankful.

Highway performance

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The Ronin does feel like it is ‘Ronin’ out of breath out on the highway. The same engine that felt at home in the city was stressed out when riding at a bit of pace. Most of the grunt is concentrated between 4000 and 6000rpm, especially on the third to fifth gears. Sure, there’s plenty of low-end grunt in the first two gears that helps in its city manners, but when the roads open up, the narrow powerband and the lack of top-end become a bottleneck in the bike’s cruising capabilities. 

It feels comfortable around 80kmph, where the vibes are minimal and the riding experience is relaxed. You can also cruise at 90kmph if you can tolerate a bit of vibes. This is where the tacho needle sits right at 6000rpm. However, there’s barely any discernible grunt post that range, and you’ll have to really wring the throttle to reach and sustain triple digit speeds. 

It’s a little disappointing as its sportier sibling, the Apache RTR 200 4V, could handle triple digit speeds much better. Another spoilsport is the vibrations. It becomes perceptible at around 5,500rpm, particularly on the left footpeg and the handlebar.


TVS Ronin handling

You’d expect some inherent laziness from the relaxed rake angle, but that is magically nonexistent. The wide handlebar, with good leverage and the upright riding stance with light 160kg kerb weight, helps in snaking through the traffic effortlessly. While your body sits upright, your legs are set forward, so consequently you’d expect a heel-toe shifter. Sadly, it has a toe-only unit and moving your ankle below the lever feels a little cumbersome.


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The suspension is pliant, and is well tuned to handle both low speed undulations and confidence-inspiring high speeds. It filters out most of the sharp bumps without transferring them to the rider. 

TVS Ronin Brakes

While the stopping performance is decent, we would’ve ideally liked a bit more feel and progression from the anchors. You might have to really grab the levers if you want to brake extremely hard, as post the strong initial bite there’s quite a lot of mushy sensation in the system. 

Grip from the block patterned TVS Remora rubber is good and is confidence inspiring while taking corners at higher speeds. This, along with the torquey nature of the engine, should keep you happy in the ghats.


TVS Ronin Instrument Cluster

TVS has equipped the Ronin to the gills with everything one would expect from a modern, ‘connected’ motorcycle. You’ve got the regular run-of-the-mill info on the single-pod offset LCD dash with smartphone connectivity (exclusive to the TD variant, which is what we have here). You can read more about the console here. That said, all the ‘smart’ info is crammed into the small digital inset which may take time to get used to. 

The Hosur-based company has also put in a lot of engineering behind the silent starter which works like a charm. Having said that, it is still a novelty feature that I personally would’ve done without. In my opinion, the engineering efforts could’ve gone into making the engine more refined or perhaps adding another gear instead. Overall fit and finish levels are lovely, just what you’d expect from a modern motorcycle. The switchgear feels solid, and all the body panels seem well-put together, and the wiring is hidden well. But one major grinch in our test bike was that the fuse for the headlight, console and horn kept blowing up even after replacing it with a spare one. 


TVS Ronin design

Design is subjective, and the Ronin is a bit of an oddball for me. It tries multiple things at once and ends up looking awkward. The fuel tank’s shape doesn’t feel coherent with the frame’s headstock, the side panels are way too boxy, and the fat rear fender is shockingly garish. I’d prefer a chopped rear fender with a tyre-hugger-integrated licence plate holder for a clean look. All said and done, the Ronin’s unique design will still grab eyeballs.


TVS Ronin Verdict

The TVS Ronin is a great, feature-rich motorcycle if your commutes are restricted to the city. But then, it does its job mechanically, and it feels like there’s no ‘soul’ to it. At Rs 1,68,750 (ex-showroom Delhi), the Ronin is still a bit on the expensive side if you’re looking for a city-only bike.

The Ronin doesn’t make you feel special like other TVS bikes such as the Apache RTR 160 4V, NTorq 125 or even the Radeon, and its identity crisis is quite evident. Though TVS started off with an interesting idea with the Ronin, the execution could’ve been better. There are other rivals in the segment but that’s a story for another time.

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    Humble request

    Tvs ronin tvs ronin me consumer case file karne wala hu tomorrow against tvs company on highcourt because provide second hend bike sale on communication it is new bike there is all parts are duplicate and use party and saying please payment again this parts not replacedone year nahi hua hai bike aur 25 bar showroom visit kar chuke hainshowroom wale phone nahi uthatena hi water service kar k dete rudely baat karte haiall my friends tvs company k koi b bike mat kharidna bhul kar b baiman company hai behaviour b nahi pata kisi ko baat karne kait's my humble request to you all please don't purchasing any type of bike in tvs company

  • In looks it is same as bullet

    My ronin bike is absolutely amazing as I bought it 5 months ago I have almost all knowledge and experience of this bike and I am completely satisfied with the purchased. Sets and suspension are comfortable and work properly. In looks it is same as bullet and it gives a feeling of king on road and it is also in budge. It comes with 225cc engine and has a max torque of 20Nm. It gives a fascinating mileage of 42kmpl with all this weight.

  • A good daily commuter

    The TVS Ronin is a huge step in the demesne of bikes, flawlessly connecting fineness and usefulness. displaying a smooth figure and intense machine, the Ronin vows an invigorating twist through municipal lanes and huge streets. The bike's cut chomp ascribes, incorporating top-association innovation and ergonomic advances, strengthen the riding trick. Its nippy responsiveness and surprising finesse render it an ideal political race for riders in quest for a dynamic yet vigilant section. While its embellishment cost might hoist eyebrows, the TVS Ronin's normal admixture approves the consumption for those review development, feel, and an invigorating lift.

  • Amazing and beautiful

    My ronin bike is absolutely amazing as I bought it 5 months ago I have almost all knowledge and experience of this bike and I am completely satisfied with the purchased. Sets and suspension are comfortable and work properly. In looks it is same as bullet and it gives a feeling of king on road and it is also in budge. It comes with 225cc engine and has a max torque of 20Nm. It gives a fascinating mileage of 42kmpl with all this weight.

  • class as well as authenticity.

    TVS Motorcycles is well- known for making bikes that are both reliable and full of new ideas. They've all feathers of bikes, from bones for everyday use to dégagé bones like the Apache. TVS bikes have strong machines that do not use up too important energy. Some indeed come with cool features like Bluetooth! Overall, TVS Motorcycles is a brand you can trust to give you a good lift with new and dependable ideas in every model. I would really recommend buying this amazing two wheeler which has both class as well as authenticity.

  • a statement on the road.

    TVS Ronin: The TVS Ronin is a stylish and urban-oriented scooter that aims to capture attention with its design and features. Its sleek lines, premium finishes, and modern technology set it apart in the scooter segment. The Ronin's peppy engine and agile handling make it well-suited for city rides, and features like connectivity options and ample under-seat storage add convenience. It's designed for those who value both aesthetics and practicality. While it might not be the most budget-friendly option, its blend of style, performance, and features could make it a compelling choice for urban riders looking to make a statement on the road.


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TVS Ronin Colours

TVS Ronin in India is available in 6 different and exciting colours, Ronin colours options available in markets are - Orange, Galactic Grey, Stargaze Black, Delta Blue, Magma Red and Lightning Black.
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TVS Ronin Mileage

ARAI Claimed 42.95 kmpl

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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Ronin

Q. Who are the competitors of TVS Ronin?
  • The closest competitors of the TVS Ronin are the Royal Enfield Hunter 350, Honda CB350RS, and Husqvarna Svartpilen 250.
  • RE Hunter, RE Meteor, Bajaj Avenger 220 Cruise
Q. What is the maintenance cost of TVS Ronin?
  • For this, we'd suggest you please visit the nearest authorized service center as they would be able to assist you. Follow the link and select your city accordingly for service centers details.
  • According to your usage and damages of your vehicle
  • Not too expensive
Q. Which bike is best TVS Ronin or Yamaha FZ S?
  • Both bikes are good in their own forte, the Ronin is surely a brave new step for TVS. But despite the premium features and hardware, it does not entirely qualify as a jack-of-all-trades. It’s a well-rounded urban motorcycle dispatching city commutes with ease, but on the open road, it lacks oomph. On the other hand, the Yamaha FZS-FI V3 is a popular motorcycle model known for its sporty design, performance, and features. It's equipped with a 149cc, single-cylinder, fuel-injected engine. It offers good low-end torque and smooth power delivery, making it suitable for city commuting and occasional highway rides. The engine is known for its reliability and fuel efficiency. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride before making the final decision. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details.
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Q. What are the available colour options in TVS Ronin?
  • TVS Ronin is available in 6 different colours - Lightning Black, Stargaze Black, Galactic Grey, Delta Blue, Magma Red, and Dawn Orange.
  • Magma Red, Lightning Black, Delta Blue, Stargaze Black, Galactic Grey, Dawn Orange. And, it's subjected to the variant you chose.
  • 6 variants
Q. Does the TVS Ronin have ABS?
  • Yes, TVS Ronin comes with dual-channel ABS.
  • Yes, Dual channel ABS in the top variant.
  • It's Dual ABS urban and rain mode
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Q. How many colours are available in TVS Ronin?
  • TVS Ronin is available in 6 different colours - Lightning Black, Stargaze Black, Galactic Grey, Delta Blue, Magma Red, and Dawn Orange.
  • Magma Red, Lightning Black, Delta Blue, Stargaze Black, Galactic Grey, Dawn Orange. And, it's subjected to the variant you chose.
  • 6 colour
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TVS Ronin FAQs

What is the price of TVS Ronin in 2023?

The 2023 ex-showroom price of TVS Ronin is 1.68 Lakh. Check On Road Price of Ronin. .

What is the mileage of TVS Ronin in 2023?

The ARAI claimed mileage of TVS Ronin is 42.95 kmpl. Also check User Reported Mileage of Ronin.

Does the TVS Ronin have ABS?

Yes, ABS feature is available in TVS Ronin. View full specification of Ronin.

Which is better TVS Ronin or Royal Enfield Classic 350?

Royal Enfield Classic 350 Price starts at Rs. 1.93 Lakh which is Rs. 44,080 costlier than base model of TVS Ronin priced at Rs. 1.49 Lakh. Compare TVS Ronin vs Royal Enfield Classic 350 on the basis of price, specs, features, reviews.

What is the EMI of TVS Ronin in Delhi?

The EMI for the base variant of TVS Ronin in Delhi is Rs. 4,292 per month @ 9.45% for a tenure of 36 months.

What are the colours available in TVS Ronin?

TVS Ronin is available in 6 colours : Orange, Galactic Grey, Stargaze Black, Delta Blue, Magma Red and Lightning Black. View colour images of Ronin.

What is the top speed of TVS Ronin?

The maximum speed of TVS Ronin is 120 kmph

What is the kerb weight of TVS Ronin?

The kerb weight of TVS Ronin is 160 Kg.

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