In India, TVS Motor Company has announced the debut of two new colour schemes for their Radeon commuter. The firm has introduced two new dual-tone colour scheme options: a Red and Black option and a Blue and Black one. There are no additional changes to the commuter motorbike other from the colour job.
A dual-tone gasoline tank and a body-colored headlight assembly are included in each of the new paint schemes. The side body panels have a dual-tone look, and the 'Radeon' decal is also present. In both choices, the front mudguard is painted black, while the engine cover is painted golden. The alloy wheels in both colour variants have been available in black down below. Apart from the appearance, the rest of the bike's features have remained same. LED DRL, USB charging port, disc brakes, and other conveniences are included on the Radeon.
The BS 6-compliant TVS Radeon has a 109.7 cc single-cylinder air-cooled engine that produces 8.08 PS at 7,350 rpm and 8.7 Nm at 4,500 rpm and is BS 6-compliant. A 4-speed transmission is available as an option. The bike has a maximum fuel economy of 79.3 kilometres per litre.
In terms of pricing, the new dual-tone variations of the TVS Radeon are slightly more expensive than the basic ones. The drum version (DT) costs Rs 68,982, while the disc version (DT) costs Rs 71,982, making both models Rs 900 more costly. Honda CD 110 Dream DX, Bajaj Platina ES 100, and Hero Splendor Plus are all direct competitors.