If you’ve been following our long-term reports of the NTorq, you might be aware that we love this scooter to bits. It’s been nearly six months with this TVS, and we’re still trying to figure out if there’s anything that we don’t like about this scooter. Of course, we did face some troubles last month, when the battery went down. However, as it turned out, it wasn’t anything major – it was just that the scooter was parked for far too long. I’ve been using the scooter for my commute now, and I haven’t faced any glitch related to battery. The front brake, however, does still feel sticky like I had mentioned in the previous report. Apart from that, there’s no issue with the NTorq so far.
I’ve repeatedly said that the NTorq has a superior ride quality and is very comfortable. Now, while the finely tuned suspension setup has to be credited for this, this past month I’ve also realised that its seat squab plays a big role in providing a comfortable and soothing riding experience. The wide and soft padding of the seat is great for short-distance rides.
Another thing that I’d like to mention in this report is its fuel efficiency. Now last month in our long-term report on YouTube, I said that the scooter returns 44km/l, and many eye balls rolled in disbelief. And to those people, I would like to say that it wasn’t a mistake or fluke. The NTorq still returns 40 – 45km/l irrespective of the fact that I keep the throttle pinned at all times. The NTorq is super-efficient, and that’s how it is, folks.