Bike manufacturer TVS is going to launch its TVS Victor BS6 in the Indian market soon and it will be expensive by around Rs 6,000 to 8,000 depending on the motorcycle variant. TVS Victor equipped with BS4 standards is priced at Rs 56,622 for the base drum variants. At the same time, its front disc brake variant is priced at Rs 58,622 and the premium edition variant is priced at Rs 59,602 (ex-showroom, Delhi). Let's know in full detail
Also if you are wondering if Victor will share his BS6 powerplant with Radeon as both are 110 cc motorcycles, it probably will not happen. This is also because if you compare the BS4 version of Radeon and Victor with each other, then you will get different power and torque here. The Victor was seen with 9.6PS / 9.4NM and Radeon BS4 with 8.4PS and 8.7Nm. Now in such a situation, if you talk about the issue, then the old engine can be given in TVS Victor BS6, just by doing a little work in it, it will be conformed to BS6 standards, along with a fuel injection system. In addition, the Glide Through Technology (GTT) of TVS can also be given in the new Victor.
For your information, let us tell you that with the new clean engine, a lot of changes can be made in the upcoming Victor commuter bike. The company can also provide an LED headlight with new graphics in it. With this bike being new in its segment, it will also give tough competition to other bikes Hero Passion Pro and Bajaj Platina 110 H-Gear. Other features include telescopic front fork, twin 5-step adjustable series spring rear suspension, 240mm front petal disc / 130mm drum up front and 110mm drum at the rear, which is similar to the older variants.