Easy Ride: 2014 TVS WEGO 110 Review

| August 19, 2014 | 0 Comments

2014 TVS WEGO 110 Review:

2014 TVS Wego 110 (9)


Images : Rohan Patil and Ayan Ghosh


TVS have come out with a new, refreshed variant of its successful Wego scooter- the Wego 110. This one is pegged as a premium commuter and promises to come across as a more appealing and youthful product as compared to the old Wego. Further accrediting its capabilities is the fact that it has already lapped up the coveted India Design Mark award (I Mark) from the India Design Council.

The Wego 110 is one pleasing looker. The overall design remains mostly unchanged from the erstwhile Wego, apart from a few nifty details which include:

2014 TVS Wego instrumentation (1)

  • An all new, snazzy, fully digital instrument cluster. Visibility in direct sunlight is an issue though.


2014 TVS Wego fuel filler cap

  • An external fuel filler cap which sits smug between the seat and the rear grab handle- no more waiting with the seat open in petrol bunk queues.


2014 TVS Wego 110 tail lamp (4)

  • An all LED tail-lamp with optical guides- to make that person behind you on an Activa feel a little left out in life.


2014 TVS Wego 110 wheel

  • New tubeless TVS tires (90/90 12)- and blacked out lightweight five spoke alloy wheels- the design of which is carried over from the Wego.


2014 TVS Wego 110 detail (3)

  • New dual tone color schemes with large Wego 110 stickers and racy graphics.


2014 TVS Wego exhaust (1)

  • A chunkier, yet sleek exhaust canister with a brushed chrome plaque reading CVTi stolen from the Jupiter.

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About the Author ()

Ayan spent quiet afternoons leafing auto mags in a small, sleepy industrial town in West Bengal. Following the advent of the internet, he involved himself in forums and on the web about all things automotive. Sketching skills led him to believe he was fit for automotive design, but after a tempestuous PG Course in Transportation Design, Ayan hopped on with the Motoroids India team.

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