TVS Motor has launched a new 110 cc commuter motorcycle called Radeon, priced at Rs 48,400 ex-showroom, Delhi.
Built on a steel tubular chassis, the Radeon features Unique Impact Resistant (UIR) design which according to the company, protects the bike from scratch and breakage. Other features include DRL, side stand indicator with beeper, 3D chrome logo and an optional USB charging.
The Radeon’s seat is claimed to be the largest in the segment, and so is the 180 mm ground clearance and 1265 mm wheelbase. Front suspension is a telescopic fork while the rear is a 5 step adjustable hydraulic shock absorber. The 18-inch wheels are shod with Dura Grip tubeless tyres.
Powering the bike is a 109.7 cc single cylinder 4-stroke engine which produces 8.4 hp @ 7000 rpm and 8.7 Nm of torque @ 5000 rpm, paired to a 4-speed gearbox. The Radeon is equipped with 10-litre fuel tank and returns 69.3 km/l as per World Motorcycle Test Cycle (WMTC).
The bike also features Synchronized Braking Technology which is claimed to be the segment-first. The technology minimises skidding thus ensuring safety of the rider.
Color choices include White, Beige, Purple and Black. The bike comes with 5-year warranty.
KN Radhakrishnan, President & CEO, TVS Motor Company, said – “We are delighted to launch TVS Radeon here today, targeting the discerning progressive customers. TVS Radeon boasts of multiple first-in-class features and usage-led design, which offers strength, comfort, and style without compromising practicality. I am confident TVS Radeon will find favour with our consumers, who are looking for a strong, comfortable and durable motorcycle.”