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TVS Motors Launches, “TVS Raider With 125cc Segment”

  • Posted by Rakhi Jha On 01-Nov-2021 08:15 AM

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TVS Motors Launches, “TVS Raider With 125cc Segment”

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To make their young customers smile, TVS Motor Company today launched its 125cc segment bike TVS Raider in Nepal. The motorcycle comes with features such as an LCD digital speedometer, 3V iTouch Start, animalistic LED headlamp and first-in-segment under-seat storage. TVS Raider will come in Striking Red, Blazing Blue, Wicked Black and Fiery Yellow colour options.

TVS Motor said, “Nepal has always been a key market for us, and it gives us the utmost pleasure to bring our new offering to the youth here. We are certain that our young customers would appreciate the distinctive ride character of the TVS Raider,"

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R Dilip, President – International Business, TVS Motor Company, said, “For our millennial and digitally native Gen Z customers, we have consistently introduced products with best-in-class features and technology. To further build on the excitement and aspiration of the new-age customers, we are launching the 125cc TVS Raider in Nepal."

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TVS Raider is coupled with a 124.8 cc air and oil-cooled 3V engine, and it churns a maximum power of 12.9 PS at 8,000 rotations per minute and produces a torque of 11.5 Nm @ 6,500 rpm. The motorcycle gets an acceleration of 0-60 km/h in 5.7 seconds, claims TV Motor.

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Raider 125cc sports bold looks with a headlamp design that looks animalistic, disc brake and protection on the exhaust.

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It comes with gas-charged 5-step adjustable mono-shock suspension, low friction front suspension and split seat, 5-speed gearbox and 17" alloy chunky wide tyres.

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The motorcycle also features first-in-segment easy access under-seat storage, helmet reminder, and a USB charger. A reverse LCD digital speedometer is added with accurate and easy to read details. Recently, TVS Motor partnered to expand its presence in Iraq and North African regions.