TVS Ronin: Review In Images

TVS Ronin: Review In Images

Along with retro elements like a circular headlight and off-set instrument cluster, there are modern bits like LED-lighting and an LCD console.

That said, the overly large rear fender and the chain cover are awkward to look at. The grab rail seems like an afterthought

It is powered by a new 225.9cc engine that makes 20.5PS and 19.93Nm. We found the motor to be a torquey one, making city riding effortless.

The premium Showa USD fork makes the bike feel controlled and confident at high speeds and absorbent at low speeds. While the brakes have a good bite, you need to put in quite some effort for hard braking.

Its funky-looking instrument cluster is packed with information and also connects to your mobile via the TVS SmartXonnect app. It also has voice assistance for navigation on the go.

Prices for the TVS Ronin start at Rs 1.49 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi), offering a great VFM along with feeling like a well-rounded motorcycle. Our only issue with the bike is its confused design.