Perhaps the strongest contender in the 125cc scooter segment, the TVS Ntorq offers a perfect mix of sportiness and practicality. This machine has been enjoying a successful run, not in our market but even in international markets. However, TVS believes that it can get pull in many more customers with a marginal drop in price. This has been made possible by removing the front disc brake setup, replacing it with a conventional drum unit and some more changes. The drum brake variant of the Ntorq is priced at INR 58,252, INR 1,648 cheaper than the front disc variant which retails for INR 59,900. Both these prices mentioned are ex-showroom, Delhi.
Reports suggest that this model also misses out on the engine kill switch, under seat light and USB charger, for a more significant change in price. However, TVS continues to offer CBS technology, which essentially takes care of both front and rear brakes when you apply just one. Apart from these changes, the Ntorq remains the same mechanically and cosmetics too, shall remain unchanged. Drawing power from a 124.8cc, single-cylinder motor which uses a three-valve head, the Ntorq produces 9.5 hp and 10.5 Nm of torque. Unlike most scooters, the Ntorq gets proper telescopic suspension up front and a gas charged shockup at the rear, which is set a bit towards the firmer side.
The main highlight of the Ntorq is its digital display screen, which can be connected to your phone using Bluetooth, using the TVS app on your smartphone. Once connected, the scooter welcomes you with your name every time you start it up. Moreover, the screen also displays important notifications and also lists the name of a caller every time you get a call on the run. Additionally, you also get the benefit of having turn-by-turn navigation. Other features on the Ntorq include LED pilot lamp, LED stop and tail light, pass switch, 2 modes for the display and much more. This scooter competes against the likes of the Honda Grazia and the Suzuki Acces 125 in the Indian market. To know more about this sporty scooter, do have a look at our detailed video review of the same, linked below.