Top 5 TVS Two-wheelers Sold In India: Jupiter, XL 100, Apache, & More
Modified On Apr 3, 2021 03:56 PM By Pratik Bhanushali
The sales figures are from the month of February 2021.
With the country past the nationwide lockdown, two-wheeler sales have begun to pick up pace again -- slowly but surely. TVS has also seen better sales figures in February 2021 compared to last year. But how good are the numbers exactly? And which models have brought in the most dough for the Hosur-based brand? Let’s delve deep:
Jupiter (52,189 units)
One cannot deny that the TVS Jupiter is one of the most popular scooters in the country. Did you know it was recently updated with the start-stop system? TVS offers the Jupiter in as many as five variants, with prices ranging from Rs 63,497 to Rs 72,472.
TVS XL 100 (51,445 units)
The TVS XL 100 is the only moped currently available from a major two-wheeler brand. It also holds the distinction of being the most affordable fuel-injected two-wheeler on sale. Available in six variants, the XL 100 starts at Rs 40,990. TVS recently launched the XL 100 Winner Edition, and we’ve covered all the details here.
NTorq 125 (24,555 units)
Another model from the brand’s top five sellers is the NTorq 125. TVS offers the NTorq in four variants, starting from Rs 70,555. We pit it against its real-world rivals, and this is what we found. Even in terms of features, the NTorq 125 ticks many boxes. It gets an all-digital console equipped with smartphone connectivity, which TVS calls SmartXonnect. It allows you to connect your phone and get ride data analytics, call and SMS alerts, turn-by-turn navigation, and vehicle diagnostics alerts.
Scooty Pep Plus (8,476 units)
The smallest offering from TVS, the Scooty Pep Plus is priced at Rs 54,374 and sold in two variants. The scooter is absolutely no-nonsense, weighing just a hair over 93kg. TVS even launched a special edition of the Scooty Pep Plus exclusively for Tamil Nadu. You can read the entire story here.
Radeon (8,431 units)
The Radeon is a no-nonsense commuter from TVS. After the latest price hike, the bike now retails for Rs 59,962 and is offered in three variants. To know how the bike performs in the real world, you can check out our review here.
Apache Range (31,735 units)
These are the cumulative sales figures of the Apache range, with a significant contribution coming from the Apache RTR 160. TVS has also launched an affordable variant of the feature-packed Apache RTR 200 4V. Moreover, the company will soon be launching the 2021 Apache RR 310.