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TVS Raider 125 with TFT dash launched at Rs 99,990

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The range topping variant of the TVS Raider 125 has been sent off at Rs 99,990 (ex-display area, Delhi). This variant gets a 5-inch TFT run instead of the standard Raider 125 which manages with a computerized LCD show.

Equipping the Raider 125 with a 5-inch TFT run has finished an entire bundle of elements off of the bike range. This TFT run can be matched with your cell phone permitting you to get notice cautions, weather conditions figure as well as turn-by-turn route. A perfect component that accompanies this TFT run is the point at which the low-fuel cautioning light comes on, the bike will consequently explore to the closest petrol pump.

One more component not found here before is voice acknowledgment, empowering you to control the boundaries of your route or music by basically advising the bike to do as such. You could actually change the brightness of the TFT screen.

Mechanically, the bike stays unchanged. The TVS Raider 125 keeps on being fueled by the oil-cooled, 124.8cc single-chamber engine making 11.4hp at 7,5000rpm and 11.2 Nm of force at 6,000rpm. This engine is mated to a 5-speed gearbox and it even has two power modes: Power and Eco. Suspension obligations are dealt with by an adaptive fork and monoshock, and the Raider runs on 17-inch cast compound wheels. The Raider 125 outfitted with the TFT run must be had with a disk brake at the front.

Valued at Rs 99,990 (ex-display area, Delhi), this makes it the most reasonable bike in India to have a TFT dash. The TFT-prepared variation of the Raider 125 can be had in two colors, dark and yellow. Its main rival is the Hero Glamour XTEC, which is estimated Rs 10,000 lower than the TVS at Rs 89,438. The evaluating for this top-spec Raider 125 is early on, and that implies the cost is probably going to go up from here on out.

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