TVS has just launched the Ntorq 125 scooter in the Indian two-wheeler market today. The scooter is the most feature loaded one in the segment and TVS has left no stone unturned to offer it the latest bells and whistles. The 125cc scooter segment has seen a decent growth in the last few years. While the said territory is dominated by Suzuki Access 125 in terms of sales, Honda Activa 125 sits at the second spot in the segment. In order to challenge the Access 125 more confidently, Honda launched the Grazia 125 a few weeks back and its decision worked off quite well and the scooter saw 50,000 new homes in just two and a half months of its launch. As the new TVS Ntorq 125 is loaded with some exciting and segment first features, it can be safely assumed that the scooter will create ripples in the segment. However, only time will tell in reality if the TVS Ntorq 25 has actually managed to do so or the throne of the Suzuki Access 125 remains intact. Here's is how the TVS' latest offering challenges its rivals in this spec comparison.
TVS Ntorq 125 vs Honda Activa 125 vs Suzuki Access 125 vs Honda Grazia Design and Styling
There is no denying the fact that the recently launched TVS Ntorq 125 is the sportiest looking scooter from the company's line up. However, from some angles, it has high resemblance with the Honda Dio, courtesy the similar looking apron and headlamp. The rear end of the Ntorq 125 looks appealing with the T-shaped LED tail lamp and clear lens turning winkers that offer it a signature appeal. Talking of Honda Grazia, the scooter looks the sharpest in front of its rivals here. The Grazia gets twin LED headlamps that is one of the prime visual highlights of this scooter. The Honda Activa 125 essentially looks like an Activa 4G on steroids and looks bolder and muscular than the latter. The Suzuki Access 125 has adopted retro styling in its last generation update and looks like the old-school treatment has worked in its favour. The scooter looks mature enough to be accepted generously by people of almost all age groups that possibly is one of the reasons for its selling prowess.
TVS Ntorq 125 vs Honda Activa 125 vs Suzuki Access 125 vs Honda Grazia Engine
The new TVS Ntorq 125 gets its power from a 124.7cc, air-cooled engine that is good for churning out respective power and torque outputs of 9.2 hp and 10.5 Nm. The Honda Grazia draws its power from a 124.9cc engine that is good for churning out respective power and torque of 8.5 hp and 10.5 Nm. The Honda Activa 125, in comparison, runs with the help of the same engine as the Grazia and it has identical power and torque outputs. Last, the Suzuki Access 125 is powered by a 124cc engine that generates a maximum power output of 8.58 hp along with a peak torque of 10.2 Nm. All scooters get an automatic transmission system and the TVS Ntorq 125 takes the lead here as it has best-in-class power output.
|Engine||TVS Ntorq 125||Honda Activa 125||Suzuki Access 125||Honda Grazia 125|
|Power||9.2 hp||8.5 hp||8.58 hp||8.5 hp|
|Torque||10.5 Nm||10.5 Nm||10.2 Nm||10.5 Nm|
TVS Ntorq 125 vs Honda Activa 125 vs Suzuki Access 125 vs Honda Grazia Features
The latest entrant to the segment, TVS Ntorq 125 gets the maximum number of features and in this regard, it has an edge over its competition. To start with, the scooter has been assisted with navigation assist and Bluetooth connectivity which any of its rival here fail to offer. The scooter comes with a fully digital instrument cluster that supports smartphone connectivity as well. The Ntorq also has the engine kill switch and three trip meters which again, are not present in any of its competitors. The Honda Grazia is the second most feature loaded scooter here. The Grazia offers twin LED headlamps that none of its rivals have to offer. Also, the scooter comes with features like fully digital instrument cluster and an optional front disc brake. The Honda Activa 125 gets a mobile charger, LED DRLs and. The Suzuki Access 125 gets generous under seat storage of 21.8 litre and is also integrated with a mobile charging port. The Activa 125 and Suzuki Access 125 come with a digital-analog instrument cluster.
TVS Ntorq 125 vs Honda Activa 125 vs Suzuki Access 125 vs Honda Grazia Dimensions
The TVS Ntorq 125 has overall body dimensions of 1865mm x 710mm x 1160mm (LxWxH) and has respective wheelbase and ground clearance of 1285mm and 155mm. The Honda Grazia, in comparison measures 1812mm x 697mm x 1146mm (LxWxH) and has a wheelbase of 1260mm along with a minimum ground clearance of 155mm. The Honda Activa 125 measures 1814mm x 704mm x 1151mm (LxWxH) and comes with a wheelbase and ground clearance of 1260mm and 155mm respectively. Last, the Suzuki Access 125 has overall body dimensions of 1870mm x 655mm x 1160mm (LxWxH). The wheelbase and ground clearance of the scooter stand at 1265mm and 160mm respectively. The TVS Ntorq 125 is the heaviest here at 116 kg while the Suzuki Access 125 is the lightest at 102 kgs.
|Dimensions||TVS Ntorq 125||Honda Activa 125||Suzuki Access 125||Honda Grazia 125|
|Kerb Weight||116 kg||110 kg||102 kg||107 kg|
TVS Ntorq 125 vs Honda Activa 125 vs Suzuki Access 125 vs Honda Grazia Price
The new TVS Ntorq 125 has just been launched in India at a price of Rs 58,750. On the other hand, its closest rival Honda Grazia is a bit cheaper at Rs 57,897. The second best seller in the segment, Honda Activa 125 can be yours at a price of Rs 57,497 and last, the segment leader Suzuki Access 125 will set you back by 54,163 (all prices, ex-showroom, Delhi). The new TVS Ntorq 125 has created a benchmark in the segment by offering some segment first features and the good part is that despite loads of features, its pricing is at par with its rivals. We will ride the new TVS Ntorq 125 soon and stay tuned with us to know about how the scooter performs in real life conditions.
|TVS Ntorq 125||Honda Activa 125||Suzuki Access 125||Honda Grazia 125|
|Price (ex-showroom, Delhi)||Rs 58,750||Rs 57,497||Rs 54,163 - Rs 59,063||Rs 57,897 - Rs 62,269|