TVS Sport

` 36,880* Onwards
*Ex Showroom Price Delhi
2 / 5 based on 10 reviews
TVS Sport
  • Economy
    Mileage
    87.7 Kmpl

  • Performance
    Engine
    99.7 cc

    BHP
    7.37


  • Capacity
    Fuel Capacity
         12 Ltrs
  • Comfort
    Self Start
    Kick Start
  • EMI
    Duration
    36 Months
    EMI
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TVS Sport Specifications

Variants Transmission Engine Description Mileage Power
TVS Sport Kick Start Spoke Constant Mesh 99.7 cc
4 Stroke
87.7 Kmpl 7.37 bhp @ 7500 rpm
TVS Sport Kick Start Mag Constant Mesh 99.7 cc
4 Stroke
87.7 Kmpl 7.37 bhp @ 7500 rpm
TVS Sport Electric Start Mag Constant Mesh 99.7 cc
4 Stroke
87.7 Kmpl 7.37 bhp @ 7500 rpm

TVS Sport Review

  • News Update

    14th May, 2015: After the glorious sales records registered by the TVS Star City line-up, TVS Motors released another refreshing 100cc commuter motorcycle christened as TVS Sport. The bike comes with the same 99.7cc engine that used to serve the older version of TVS Star City. Blessed with some racier graphics and an all-black theme, the company has released it to further upgrade its 100cc commuter portfolio. TVS Sport comes in three variants, with electric start and alloy wheel options which are priced at Rs. 44,719 for ES alloy, Rs. 41,649 for KS alloy and Rs. 36,880 for KS spoke variant (all prices, ex-showroom, Delhi). The bike comes with attractive graphics in six impressive colour schemes: Flaming Red, Blaze Red, Electric Green, Mercury Grey, Dazzling White and Indigo Streak. After its unveiling, the competition between the country’s most fuel efficient bikes like Mahindra Pantero, Hero MotoCorp Splendor and Bajaj CT 100 gets heat-up.

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  • Overview

    TVS Sport is a premium 100cc commuter motorcycle offered by the Chennai based manufacturer at a much affordable price. The bike can be seen as a sportier version of the TVS Star City that commands as one of the best selling commuter motorcycles of the country. With a stylish body design and commendable fuel efficiency, the vehicle is currently one of the top preferences of the common mass when they think of purchasing a 100cc utility motorcycle.

    Powering the bike is a 99.7cc, air-cooled engine that comes paired with a four-speed transmission. It generates a peak power of 7.37bhp at 7,500pm with a maximum torque of 7.5Nm at 5,000rpm. With this, the bike delivers an impressive mileage of 87.7kmpl as claimed by the company. TVS Sport runs on 2.75x17 front and 3.00x17 rear tyres with black alloy wheels. The braking is done by 130mm and 110mm drum brakes fitted at the front and rear respectively. To make daily commutes comfortable, the manufacturer has installed telescopic hydraulic shock absorbers at the front and five-step adjustable, spring loaded shock absorbers at the rear.

    The sporty body dynamics of TVS Sport make it a more desirable 100cc commuter motorcycle. Wrapped in an all-black theme, the bike comes with attractive body graphics that make it look more pleasing. The front fascia has a stylish headlamp that enhances the overall appeal of the bike along with the twin-coloured rear view mirrors. The sober fuel tank design gives a good riding position to the rider that enables him to accomplish longer commutes without any stress. The side panels and rear grab rails are coloured in black that gives a premium touch to the bike. The rear end receives an eye-catching tail lamp with the pointed turn indicators. The bike has a wheelbase of 1,250mm that ensures a good handling. With a minimum ground clearance of 165mm, it offers good stability due to low centre of gravity. 

  • Design

    Unlike traditional 100cc commuters with boring looks, TVS Sport has been given a sporty body design with a superior styling. The bike gets a sharp headlamp section integrated with twin pilot lamps that look majestic in dark. The dual tone rear view mirrors look decent as well. TVS Sport comes in an all-black theme that make it look more stylish and appealing. A long and sleek seat isn't the best in class but still it provides enough comfort to the rider and pillion. The rear end receives an elegant tail lamp that gives a premium touch to the commuter. With a wheelbase and ground clearance of 1,250mm and 165mm respectively, the bike steers and stabilizes pretty well even in tight traffic conditions. TVS Sport is fitted with a 12 liter fuel tank that gives it a longer range due to its high fuel economy. The instrument cluster comprises an analogue speedometer, fuel gauge and odometer along with telltale lights.

  • Engine & Performance

    TVS Sport gets propelled by a 99.7cc, air-cooled, four-stroke engine that comes mated to a four-speed constant mesh gearbox. It generates a maximum power of 7.37bhp at 7,500rpm with a peak torque of 7.5Nm at 5,000rpm. The mill has a compression ratio of 9.15:1 with a bore x stroke ratio of 51mm x 48.8mm. The 100cc duralife engine returns a respectable mileage of 87.7kmpl, making it one of the most fuel efficient motorcycles of the country. 

  • Braking & Handling

    TVS Sport moves on 2.75x17 front and 3.00x17 rear tyres with sporty black alloy wheels. The suspension system consists of telescopic hydraulic forks at the front and spring loaded, five-step adjustable shock absorbers at the rear. To perform the braking duties effectively, the company has fitted a 130mm drum brake upfront and 110mm drum brake at the rear wheel. 

  • Safety Features

    TVS Sport comes with a powerful 12V-35/35W headlight that throws a steady beam of light on the road even at low rpm conditions giving an uncompromised visibility at nights. The two rear view mirrors alerts the rider about the surroundings behind his back, thereby reducing chances of an accident. A pass-by switch ensures easy and safe overtakings. All these elements make it a more preferable 100cc commuter motorcycle.

  • Pros

    High Fuel Economy
    Sporty Body Dynamics
    Durability

  • Cons

    Braking could be better
    Traditional and Old-Fashioned Instrumentation
    Incompetent Seat

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  • Got Wot I Needed
    BY Yeiten K | April 11, 2015 | 101 Views

    accept the less gear speed ratio (which is the problem of every 100cc bike) and little noisy engine, this bike is good as per its specification, I own...... Read Full Review

  • Discomfort On Riding Sports Bike
    BY Some nath ghosh | October 29, 2013 | 291 Views

    I have bought the bike on 30.09.2013 and already drove 400KM.Done 1st service also. During riding feeling un comfortable. Feeling pain in the waist an...... Read Full Review

  • Tvs Sport Es Is Like A Mini Sport Bike With Great Milege
    BY subh chouhan | October 13, 2013 | 344 Views

    i m using tvs sports ES since April 2013 ..... its a superbbb bike i think its a mini sport bike with great milege , better pick up , comfortable si...... Read Full Review

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    BY Basavaraj | July 17, 2013 | 87 Views

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  • Lovely Bike
    BY arnab das | May 30, 2013 | 116 Views

    Mera tvs sport bike sirf 7 mahina hooya hay.Main bahat sari 100cc bike chalayi hay lakin ya bike bahat kubsurat perform karta hay. Mera mailage abhi 7...... Read Full Review

  • Review
    BY ritwik | April 17, 2013 | 156 Views

    I am going through the reviews and it appears that it is not worth it. Whatever is being said is not true.Instead of 83 it's giving 48 any justificati...... Read Full Review

  • Low Avg Of The Vehicle
    BY kunal gupta | February 8, 2013 | 845 Views

    milege is ver low..round abt 48km/ltr in d city itself....despite of 83km/ltr as given in their catalogue and as said by tvs company....... Read Full Review

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  • Very Good Handling
    BY Jitendra | November 6, 2011 | 40 Views

    I have used this...it is a very good bike ...olny need time to time Service..Still I have ..and giving average of 70Km/Liter...... Read Full Review

  • Dont Take Tvs Bikes
    BY dushyant singh | September 10, 2011 | 50 Views

    it is the worst ever bike in the worldi even say all the tvs bikes are bad accept apachein 100 to 125 cc segment only honda and hero honda are best s...... Read Full Review

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