Victor is possibly the most popular commuter motorcycle from TVS which has been resurrected by the company in the recent past. It comes with a slightly more powerful 110cc Eco-thrust engine and is tuned for more performance. Looks are contemporary with a hint of sportiness in the overall design. It also comes with an optional front disc brake for better braking performance. Other features include a digital plus analogue speedometer, series spring rear shockers, LED pilot lamps and a more powerful 60W headlight.
Optional front petal disc brake.
A digital plus analogue speedometer.
For a commuter, Victor has decent curves and angles in its design lending itself a sporty character. There’s a smart bikini fairing at the front which houses a bright 60W headlight along with a set of LED parking lights. The small black visor is nicely designed and protects the instrument panel. The fuel tank has good knee recesses for good holding while the tail section has some sharp lines with an angular tail light. The optional disc brake further adds some premiumness to the entire package along with safety.
The rider sits upright for stress-free commuting. The rear to the handlebar and switches is easy while the foot-pegs are also conservatively placed for an overall easy riding stance. Chassis and suspension package is basic, however, there’s a pair of series spring shockers at the back that do a fine job of damping over the changing road conditions.
Victor is powered by a 109.7cc eco-thrust 3V engine which produces 9.4 BHP (9.6 PS) of power at 7,500 RPM and 9.4 NM of torque at 6,000 RPM. This is TVS’s most powerful 110cc motorcycle in its lineup.
Victor comes with a 4-speed gearbox. The system is slick with generally smooth gear shifts and positive feedback throughout the operation.
Victor comes with a 130mm drum brake at the front and a 110mm drum at the rear. It also has an option of a 240mm front disc brake for better braking performance under emergency situations. The tyres are tubeless that guarantee slow and gradual deflation in case of a puncture.
Company claims a mileage of 76 kmpl. This, combined with a fuel tank capacity of 8 litres, means a range of over 550 km in one full tank.
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