New TVS Ntorq 125 XT model from TVS has been introduced at a price of Rs 1.03 lakh after a teaser on social media (ex-showroom). The new model is Rs 13.6k more expensive than the next-best Race XP Edition in the Ntorq portfolio. The scooter comes with a slew of extra features not available on the cheaper models, making it well worth the extra cost.
Ntorq is already one of the sportiest 125cc scooters on the market, but the XT model takes it to a new level of sportiness. This is mostly due to the bright Neon Green accents on the paint job. TVS, on the other hand, has maintained the scooter’s original design.
In a blue highlight, the letters XT have been placed on both the instrument panel and the side of the vehicle. This makes it stand out from the rest of the group of performers. It also receives a new set of alloy wheels, which gives it a unique look. The sporty-looking designs enhance the vehicle’s appeal to a younger demographic.
Top-of-the-line Ntorq is getting a new digital instrument console with two screens, the most significant change. The lap timer in this instrument cluster is an added bonus, and the speedometer, fuel gauge, warning lights, lap timer, and other graphics are all presented in a striking manner. In addition, Ntorq 125’s Race XP Edition elements are carried over.
The SMARTXONNECT app on the TVS Ntorq XT is much improved over the one seen on previous models. SmartXtalk and SmartXtrack are now part of the package. For the first time, the rider of the Ntorq XT may speak to the scooter. Now you can change settings, brightness, navigate to your desired location, and cycle through music using the new version’s better voice aid function. With additional features, the scooter can now communicate with the rider. There is an aural feedback system that provides information about low fuel alarms, fuel wastage, rain warnings and so forth.
Keeping track of weather, news, cricket, social, and other notifications will be a breeze with TVS SMARTXONNECT SmartXtrack. The incoming caller’s image and the user’s profile picture may now be shown on the scooter’s screen.
In addition to the standard, race, super squad, and race xp models, the Ntorq 125 was also available in the XT model. As with Ntorq Race XP’s 10 horsepower and 10.8 nm of peak torque, the XT version of Ntorq is powered by the same single-cylinder 125cc engine. A CVT automatic gearbox drives this engine.
As far as scooters go, it’s safe to say that Ntorq 125 is a serious contender. Ntorq, on the other hand, gets a slightly detuned version of the same engine that produces 9.25 bhp at 7000 rpm and 10.25 Nm of peak torque at 5,500 rpm in the standard range. The scooter’s hardware configuration has likewise stayed mostly unaltered.
Front telescopic forks are typical, while the rear has a single spring. There will be a disc brake in the front, a drum brake in back, and a Combi Braking System to help with braking (CBS). Ntorq 125 is now one of the most costly 125cc scooters in India, surpassing even its Italian sister brand Aprilia and Vespa’s 125cc relatives in price. The TVS Ntorq scooter begins at a price of Rs 77,500.