The Radeon is TVS’ brand-new 110 cc motorcycle
This new commuter motorcycle promises to redefine expectations in this segment. It uses a strong steel tubular chassis that’s further complemented with a strong body. For that upmarket look, the bike comes with chrome accents, a chrome bezel around the headlamp, DRLs, and a neatly-crafted petrol tank that also features ribbed thigh pads.
Powering this new commuter bike is a 109.7 cc engine—designed by TVS Motor Company to offer the best of both worlds, namely performance and efficiency. The engine is capable of delivering 8.4 PS of power and a decent 8.7 Nm of torque, which is more than ideal for city commutes. As far as the efficiency is concerned, the two-wheeler comes with a 10-litre tank and a company-claimed efficiency of 69.3 kmpl.
Being a commuter motorcycle, it comes with the largest cushioned seat in its segment, a telescopic oil damped front suspension with a five-step adjustable rear hydraulic shock absorber and a solid ground clearance of 180 mm. Additional features include a USB charging spot, a side-stand indicator, and a segment-first dual braking system that lowers the chance of skidding and thus helps mitigate accidents.
The TVS Radeon prices start from `48,400 onwards.