Here’s A Closer Look At The TVS Radeon 110 In Pictures
The TVS Radeon viewed and explained from all angles in a number of detailed images
The TVS Radeon has earned a name for itself as one of the best 110cc commuters in India. It packs several features, a frugal engine and a comfortable ride. But there’s a lot more to the Radeon than meets the eye. So to understand the bike a bit better, we’ve compiled a number of images that capture the details that are often overlooked.
If we were to draw a comparison, the Radeon looks uncannily similar to the Hero Splendor Plus.
That said, the bike looks more modern thanks to its plush seat and ribbed tank pads. According to TVS, the seat length is the largest in its segment.
The headlight runs LED DRLs and features a curved design.
The Radeons instrument cluster consists of a twin-pod analogue unit with speedometer, fuel gauge, Eco and power indicators, a side stand indicator along with the usual tell-tale lights.
TVS also offers a USB charging port as an option placed behind the headlight cowl.
Powering the TVS Radeon is a 109.7cc Dura-Life air-cooled single-cylinder motor that delivers 8.4PS at 7000rpm and 8.7Nm at 5000rpm. The motor comes mated to a 4-speed transmission. It will soon be updated to comply with BS6-emission norms.
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The fuel tank can hold 10 litres of juice.
Its suspension setup comprises of a conventional telescopic fork and a twin shock setup at the rear with 5 step adjustability.
The standard model features a 130mm drum up front and a 110mm drum at the rear. As for the special edition model, it comes with a 240mm disc at the front. Both variants get Synchronised Braking Technology as standard.
The Radeon rolls on 18-inch alloy wheels wrapped with rugged Duragrip tyres measuring 2.75 up front and 3.00 at the rear.
The commuter gets a five-year warranty as standard and comes in four colours: White, Beige, Purple and Black.
The standard model is priced at Rs 51,360 while the Commuter Bike of the year, which comes in two variants, retails at Rs 53,260 and Rs 55,360 for the drum and disc variant.