TVS reintroduced the popular Victor brand after a gap of around eight years. The Victor has been a famous commuter bike for more than 10 years. The bike is positioned between TVS Star City Plus and TVS Phoenix in their line-up. With the introduction of TVS Victor, the brand is trying to increase its market share in the commuter space. The all-new Victor is equipped with a host of features and technological and cosmetic updates.
The commuter bike is powered by an 110cc single-cylinder engine, which delivers a max power of 9bhp and a peak torque of 9Nm and comes mated with a four-speed transmission. The Victor delivers a fuel efficiency of 59.8kmpl in average city conditions. For smoother rides, the bike features telescopic forks at the front and adjustable dual springs in the rear.
The updated front of the bike gets a curvy headlamp and a small visor that covers the instrument cluster. The soft single-piece seat offers optimum comfort so that you can ride easily for long distances. The instrument cluster includes an analogue tachometer and a digital display with speedometer, fuel gauge and the odometer. Keeping in mind the needs of all age groups, the bike features minimalistic graphics and a neat design.
The TVS Victor is available in six exciting colours– red, blue, silver, black/red grey, and black/grey. The bike comes in two variants – front disc and front drum. The Victor competes with the Hero Passion XPro, Mahindra Centuro, Honda Dream series, and the Yamaha Crux.
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