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TVS Ronin

TVS Ronin is a 225cc cafe racer bike. TVS Ronin is priced from Rs. 1.49 Lakh to Rs. 1.72 Lakh. It is available in 7 colours and 4 variants. Ronin is a fuel efficient bike with ARAI mileage of 40.77 kmpl and can go upto a max speed of 120 kmph. Additionally it gets disc brakes in the front and rear, apart from this it weighs 160 kg and has a fuel tank capacity of 14 liters. The bike has a five speed gearbox. Ronin is mostly compared with Bajaj Avenger Cruise 220, Harley Davidson X440 and Hero Xtreme 160R based on price and specs.

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TVS Ronin Specifications

Key Specifications Top Features
  • Engine225 CC
  • Mileage40.77 Kmpl
  • Max Power20.4 PS @ 7750 rpm
  • Fuel Capacity14 Liters
  • Top Speed120 kmph
  • No Of Gears5 Speed
  • Tyre TypeTubeless
  • Kerb Weight160 Kg
  • Max Torque19.93 Nm @ 3750 rpm

TVS Ronin Latest Updates

The Ronin is TVS’ attempt at making a multi-genre motorcycle, as the Ronin is a neo-retro scrambler, with a slightly raked out front that somewhat resembles a cruiser. It also has an all-new 225.9cc air-/oil-cooled single-cylinder engine. It also comes with a wide range of accessories for those who want to customise their bike.

TVS Ronin Price : The TVS Ronin is offered in 4 variants: The SS variant comes at Rs 1,49,200 and the DS variant sells for Rs 1,56,700. Both these variants come with single-channel ABS. The top TD variant gets dual-channel ABS and comes at a price of Rs 1,68,950. TVS is also offering a special edition of the bike which is sold at a price of Rs 1,72,700 (all prices ex-showroom Delhi).

TVS Ronin Design : The TVS Ronin mostly looks like a neo-retro scrambler, so it has traditional bits but with modern elements. For example, it has a round headlight, but it is an LED with a T-face DRL and LED turn indicators. The offset single-pod instrument cluster is another ‘retro’ touch, but it is a completely modern, all-LED unit. Viewed in profile, though, the Ronin has some traditional cruiser/roadster design elements, with the relatively raked-out fork and large, curvy fuel tank, which the boxy side panels contrast with. The tail section feels bulky with the fat rear fender, and large (but functional) chain cover – that resembles a belt drive, usually seen on cruisers – and a full-length cylindrical exhaust.

Features of TVS Ronin : The TVS Ronin comes with all-LED lighting (headlight, taillight, and indicators) along with an LCD instrument cluster with Bluetooth connectivity via TVS SmartXonnect and also voice assist on the premium variants. TVS SmartXonnect brings functionalities such as call/SMS alerts, phone battery/signal status, and turn-by-turn navigation. TVS has also brought Glide-Through-Tech to the bike, which is their term for low-rpm assist. This allows the rider to navigate through traffic using only clutch modulation, and without having to give throttle inputs. Other features include a silent starter, a slip-and-assist clutch and adjustable brake/clutch levers (on the top variant). For added safety, the motorcycle comes equipped with a side-stand engine kill function. The higher variants also get dual-channel ABS with 2 modes: Urban and Rain, which have varying intervention levels.

TVS Ronin Engine : The Ronin is powered by a 225.9cc air-/oil-cooled single-cylinder engine which makes 20.4PS and 19.93Nm. The engine has been tuned specifically for low- to mid-range grunt. The engine is mated to a 5-speed transmission and also gets a slip-and-assist clutch.

TVS Ronin Suspension, Brakes & Other Details : The TVS Ronin is built on a double-cradle split-frame and is suspended on a 41mm inverted fork and a 7-step preload-adjustable monoshock. The braking setup consists of a 300mm front and 240mm rear disc, with single-channel ABS on the SS and SD variants, and dual-channel ABS on the TD and Special edition. The bike has a kerb weight of 159kg (SS and SD variants) and 160kg (TD variant and Special edition). It gets a 14-litre fuel tank and a 181mm ground clearance.

TVS Ronin Rivals : The TVS Ronin goes up against the likes of the Royal Enfield Hunter 350, Jawa 42, and Honda CB350RS.

TVS Ronin Price

TVS Ronin base model ex-showroom price starts from Rs. 1.49 Lakh and the top model ex-showroom price goes upto Rs. 1.72 Lakh. TVS Ronin is offered in 4 variants - Single Tone - Single Channel, Dual Tone - Single Channel, Triple Tone - Dual Channel.
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Ronin Single Tone - Single Channel

225 cc . 40.77 kmpl
Rs. 1.49 Lakh
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Ronin Dual Tone - Single Channel

225 cc . 40.77 kmpl
Rs. 1.56 Lakh
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Ronin Triple Tone - Dual Channel

225 cc . 40.77 kmpl
Rs. 1.68 Lakh
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TVS Ronin Pros and Cons

Ronin Advantages

Torquey engine ensures you don’t have to shift as frequently, Excellent fit and finish, Lightweight and agile in both city traffic and highway, Can easily accommodate tall riders.

Ronin Disadvantages

Unimpressive highway performance, You’ll need to pull the front brake lever really hard for aggressive braking

Ronin Expert's Conclusion

The confusing styling aside, the Ronin is still a peppy and friendly motorcycle that is good for everyday commutes. The engineering finesse and build quality is decent but the styling and top-end engine performance isn’t. The Ronin also comes off as a bit expensive for a bike that is primarily meant to be a city commuter.

TVS Ronin Expert Review

The TVS Ronin has been made to be a ‘multi-genre motorcycle’ which incorporates different elements from cruiser, scrambler, and neo-retro motorcycle styles. It marks a significant shift away from the racing legacy of TVS


The Ronin is a mixed bag when it comes to the design. It tries to blend various design elements taken from different genres simultaneously, giving the bike an unconventional appearance. The frame’s headstock has an odd visual gap because of the fuel tank’s contour, and the side panels come across as too blocky. The raked-out front is similar to a cruiser but the slightly forward-set footpegs and beefy fuel tank give it a hint of roadster genes. On the other hand, the large, high-set rear fender and block pattern tyres give it a scrambler-like appeal.

Engine, Mileage and Performance

The TVS Ronin is powered by a 225.9cc air/oil-cooled single-cylinder engine which makes 20.4PS and 19.93Nm. The engine shines best in urban settings, it is able to offer exceptional  tractability and decent torque, which makes the use of high gears at lower speeds a breeze. We were even able to take slow U-turns in third gear and also manoeuvre through urban obstacles like speed bumps and potholes effortlessly. Commuting feels effortless in the third gear and the bike can sustain speeds of up to 53kmph easily, beyond which vibrations start creeping in, prompting a gear change.

The Glide-Through-Tech function i.e TVS’ term for their low-rpm assist, allows riders to ride in slow traffic conditions using only clutch modulation and no throttle input. What’s surprising about the bike’s tractability is that the fifth gear can easily sustain speeds as low as 30kmph, which reduces the need for frequent gear shifts in the city.

When it comes to the highway, the Ronin struggles a bit. The engine starts showing signs of strain at higher speeds, as most of the power is concentrated between 4000 and 6000rpm, especially in third to fifth gear. While the bike boasts significant low-end grunt in the first two gears, its limited powerband and the lack of top-end performance is clear on open roads limiting the bike’s cruising potential.

The Ronin maintains comfort at 80kmph, with minimal vibrations and a relaxed riding experience. But if you are okay with some vibrations then cruising at 90kmph is possible if you maintain 6000rpm. But beyond this range, the powerband tapers significantly and maintaining triple-digit speeds requires substantial throttle input. The performance limitation is disappointing when compared to the Apache RTR 200 4V which is able to handle higher speeds better

Handling & Ride Quality

The Ronin has a relaxed rake angle but doesn’t come off as sluggish. The broad handlebar makes changing direction easy, and the upright riding posture and manageable, 160kg kerb weight makes navigation through traffic effortless. While the upper body remains erect, the legs are positioned a bit forward, giving the impression of a heel-toe shifter, though the bike comes with a toe-only unit which can feel a bit awkward when adjusting one’s ankle beneath the lever

Braking performance is acceptable but leaves room for improvement when it comes to feedback and progression. The spongy feel of the lever makes it difficult to judge braking pressure accurately during hard braking situations.


The suspension is skillfully tuned, offering a supple ride that adeptly handles both mild, low-speed undulations and instills confidence at higher speeds. It proficiently soaks up the majority of rough bumps, shielding the rider from their jarring effect

Furthermore, the TVS Remora block-pattern tyres provide good grip even when cornering at high speeds. This, combined with the engine’s abundant torque at the low and mid range, makes navigating twisty mountain roads a satisfying experience.


The TVS Ronin is quite feature-loaded. The LCD display is an offset single-pod unit, and comes with smartphone connectivity via TVS SmartXonnect on the higher-end TD variant. The TVS SmartXonnect technology allows riders to access features such as call/SMS alerts, phone battery/signal status and turn-by-turn navigation.

The only major issue with the instrument console is that it tries to cram too much information into a very small display, making it difficult to read. The bike also features a silent starter which operates flawlessly but nevertheless remains a novelty feature that many would prefer to trade for better engine refinement or an additional gear. 


The TVS Ronin is undeniably a good, well-equipped bike which is tailored for urban commuting. Although the bike fulfils its role very well, the lack of a soul is quite evident. The pricing of the bike is also towards the higher end of the spectrum for a city-centric bike. This is in contrast to the other value-for-money TVS models like the Apache RTR 160 4V, the NTroq 125 or even the Radeon. The Ronin falls short of bringing that “special” feel. TVS had introduce an interesting concept with this bike, and there's still room for improvement.

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  • Digital cluster

    Comfort, Safety, Digital cluster and low maintenance with better fuel efficiency compared to royal enfield hunter.

  • Best variant in it's segment,

    Best variant in it's segment, Unique in design, Seating and handle position is super comfortable

  • A Year with My TVS Ronin

    After owning the TVS Ronin for over a year, I have my fair share of joys and gripes. The 225.9 cc engine is a powerhouse, delivering 20.4 bhp which makes highway rides exhilarating. Its unique design is a head turner, combining modern and retro elements.The seating is quite comfortable, even for long durations, which is a plus on longer trips. However, the Ronin's weight (159 kg) can be a bit difficult to handle in dense traffic. I also find the mileage a bit disappointing at around 35 kmpl which is a significant factor for daily commuters in India.

  • 5.0
    This bike is very expensive.and

    This bike is very expensive.And suspension is very clear and good.It is very comfortable for riding.

  • wonder is where ronin is

    In past few months we purchased some bikes in which TVS Ronin is also their . It is a newcomer in the Indian bike market, positioned as a scrambler-style bike that blends retro design with modern features. My Ronin gets a 225.9cc, single-cylinder, oil-cooled BS6 engine. This engine offers enough power for city riding, highway riding, and even some light off-road . Overall TVS Ronin is a good choice for riders searching a stylish and versatile bike.

  • Nice premium feel

    TVS Ronin provides single channel ABS and the starting point of this bike is really good. It has a nice looking design and the top end comes with the dual channel ABS and also connectivity and gives great performance and this is a relaxed bike but is not an aggressive and thrilling bike. It is a very nice bike to ride and the experience with this bike is really enjoyable and gives flexible experience and it respond very well and the design of this bike is definetely awsome and the quality of this bike is also great.

  • I think this bike is best

    I think this bike is best in the segment, Better than the hunter, Although its only 225 cc but the power is very good, I live in hilly area the bike performance is amazing

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Ex-Showroom Price Rs.1.49 Lakh* Rs. 2.09 Lakh* Rs. 95,219* Rs. 1.24 Lakh* Rs. 1.93 Lakh* Rs. 1.21 Lakh* Rs. 2.39 Lakh* Rs. 1.44 Lakh* Rs. 1.49 Lakh*
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Engine 225 CC 348 CC 124 CC 149 CC 349 CC 163 CC 440 CC 220 CC 349 CC
Mileage 40.77 Kmpl 42.17 Kmpl 65.44 Kmpl 45 - 48.67 Kmpl 37.77 Kmpl 47.38 Kmpl 35 Kmpl 40 Kmpl 36.2 Kmpl
Power 20.4 PS @ 7750 rpm 21.07 PS @ 5500 rpm 11.38 PS @ 7500 rpm 12.4 PS @ 7250 rpm 20.21 PS @ 6100 rpm 15.2 PS @ 8500 rpm 27.37 PS @ 6000 rpm 19.03 PS @ 8500 rpm 20.4 PS @ 6100 rpm
Braking 34.05 mm 29.01m 41.94 minutesm 40.84 mm 31.93m 38.81 mm - - 32.08m
Top speed 120 kmph 121 kmph 99 kmph 96 kmph - - - - 114 kmph

TVS Ronin Colours

TVS Ronin bike is available in 7 exciting colours options like Gray, Orange, Galactic Grey, Stargaze Black, Delta Blue, Magma Red and Lightning Black.
  • Gray
  • Orange
  • Galactic Grey
  • Stargaze Black
  • Delta Blue
  • Magma Red
  • Lightning Black

TVS Ronin Mileage

ARAI Claimed 40.77 kmpl
User Reported 37 kmpl

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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Ronin

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Q. What is the mileage of TVS Ronin?
  • The mileage of TVS Ronin is 42.95 kmpl. This is the claimed ARAI mileage for all the variants of Ronin. The claimed ARAI mileage of Ronin Petrol Manual is 42.95 kmpl.
Q. What is the top speed of TVS Ronin?
  • TVS Ronin has a top speed of 120 kmph.
Q. What is the Drive Type of TVS Ronin?
  • The TVS Ronin has a chain drive.
  • The TVS Ronin has a chain drive.
  • The TVS Ronin has a chain drive.
Q. What is the max power of TVS Ronin?
  • The max power of TVS Ronin is 20.4 PS @ 7750 rpm.
Q. What is the body type of TVS Ronin?
  • The TVS Ronin looks like a crusier bike and has a neo-retro style, and the engine performance is smooth and punchy.
Q. What is the kerb weight of the TVS Ronin?
  • The kerb weight of TVS Ronin is 160 Kg.
  • 160kg

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TVS Ronin FAQs

What is the price of TVS Ronin in 2024?

The 2024 ex-showroom price of TVS Ronin is 1.72 Lakh. Check On Road Price of Ronin. .

What is the mileage of TVS Ronin in 2024?

The ARAI claimed mileage of TVS Ronin is 40.77 kmpl. Also check User Reported Mileage of Ronin.

Does the TVS Ronin have ABS?

No, ABS feature is not available in TVS Ronin. View full specification of Ronin.

Which is better TVS Ronin or Yamaha FZ-X?

TVS Ronin Price starts at Rs. 1.49 Lakh which is Rs. 13,000 costlier than base model of Yamaha FZ-X priced at Rs. 1.36 Lakh. Compare TVS Ronin vs Yamaha FZ-X 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. 4,298 per month @ 9.45% for a tenure of 36 months.

What are the colours available in TVS Ronin?

TVS Ronin is available in 7 colours : Gray, 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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