No Fault Found
This is my second month with the NTorq, and it’s still running flawlessly. Despite summer being in its full glory, I still prefer the NTorq over air-conditioned confines of a car. Yes, it does make me perspire a bit more, but on the flip side, I save almost 15 minutes on my daily commute to office and back. Moreover, the NTorq is an absolute hoot and makes me really enjoy my rides.
The best part of this scooter is its ride and handling balance, and I seriously can’t stop praising this trait. Some may say that it’s heavy for a 125cc scooter and that the engine doesn’t have enough poke, but all these claims go right out of the window once you ride it in the city. Twist the throttle and this thing just shoots ahead. It’s not a slouch by any means. In fact, most of the time, I find myself to be the fastest man on the road. It’s just so easy to ride it fast – you can keep the throttle pinned all day, every day. That’s what I’ve been doing all this while.
Now coming to the bad bits. Well, there aren’t any, to be honest. In fact, Jared and I discussed this at length over lunch the other day. And believe me, we couldn’t find a single niggle with the NTorq. It’s that good, really! May be, next month we will try harder to find some faults with this scooter.
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