TVS Bikes Price List in India
|Model List||Ex-showroom Price|
|TVS XL 100 Comfort||₹ 29,990|
|TVS XL 100||₹ 34,074|
|TVS XL 100 Heavy Duty||₹ 34,474|
|TVS Sport||₹ 41,760|
|TVS Scooty Pep Plus||₹ 43,764|
|TVS Jupiter||₹ 52,645|
|TVS Wego||₹ 52,869|
|TVS Radeon||₹ 50,070|
|TVS Scooty Zest 110||₹ 50,020|
|TVS Star City Plus||₹ 53,879|
|TVS Ntorq 125||₹ 58,252|
|TVS Victor||₹ 55,022|
|TVS Apache RTR 160 4V||₹ 90,101|
|TVS Apache RTR 160||₹ 85,573|
|TVS Apache RTR 180 2019||₹ 85,261|
|TVS Apache RTR 180 ABS 2019||₹ 95,640|
|TVS Apache RTR 200 4V||₹ 97,688|
|TVS Apache RR310||₹ 2.24 Lakh|
TVS Bikes Price List
Upcoming TVS Bikes
|TVS Zeppelin Expected Launch - Feb 2020||Expected Price ₹ 1.5 - 1.8 Lakh|
About TVS Bike
TVS Motor Company Limited, the flagship company of the TVS Group, is among the top five two-wheeler manufacturers in India, as of 2018. The company manufactures a wide range of two-wheelers ranging from mopeds to racing inspired motorcycles. Out of the company’s four manufacturing plants, three are set up in India (Hosur in Tamil Nadu, Mysore in Karnataka and Nalagarh in Himachal Pradesh) and one in Indonesia, at Karawang.
TVS Motor Company Limited is a part of the Sundaram Clayton Group in the TVS group of companies. Sundaram Clayton was founded in 1962 in collaboration with Clayton Dewandre Holdings, UK. It manufactured brakes, exhausts, compressors and various other automotive parts. The company’s Hosur plant became operational in 1978 to manufacture mopeds as a part of their new division. In 1980, TVS 50, India's first two-seater moped from TVS, rolled out of the Hosur plant.
In the year 1982, the company entered into a technical know-how and assistance agreement with Suzuki Motor Company Limited of Japan which led to the commercial production of motorcycles in 1984. It made TVS two-wheeler became the first Indian brand to introduce 100cc Indo-Japanese motorcycles in India. The TVS bikes price list (as of late-2019) ranges from ₹ 32,700 and go up to ₹ 2.23 lakh, making it suitable for many two-wheeler enthusiasts across the country.
TVS and Suzuki shared a 19-year-long relationship that was aimed at technology transfer, to enable designing and manufacturing of two-wheelers specifically for the Indian market. In 1994, TVS-Suzuki continued with the string of “India’s first” with the launch of the 110cc Shogun and Shaolin, which featured a catalytic converter and five-speed transmission, respectively.
In 2001, after separating ways with Suzuki, the company was renamed as TVS Motor Company, relinquishing its rights to use the Suzuki name for all the TVS latest bikes. As per the agreement, there was also a 30-month moratorium period during which Suzuki was not allowed to enter the Indian market with competing two-wheelers.
In March 2008, the company ventured into the three-wheeler segment by launching the TVS King in two variants, a two-stroke petrol and two-stroke LPG version.
In early 2015, TVS Racing became the first Indian factory team to take part in the Dakar Rally, deemed as the longest and most dangerous rally in the world. TVS Racing partnered with French motorcycle manufacturer Sherco and named the team Sherco TVS Rally Factory Team. TVS Racing also won the Raid de Himalaya and the Fox Hill Super Cross held in Sri Lanka. In three decades of its racing history, the team has won more than 90% of its races.
TVS bikes India has numerous two-wheeler firsts accredited to its name and has been a pioneer in introducing cutting-edge technologies on its products. This is evinced by the following: India’s first Digital Ignition seen on the TVS Champ, India’s first fully indigenous motorcycle - TVS Victor, the Apache RTR Series featuring ABS on a motorcycle for the first time, TVS Jive and India's first oil-cooled chamber construct with Ram-Air assist seen on the TVS Apache RTR 200 4V.
The TVS all bikes in India range consists of the XL 100, King, Zest 110, Wego, Jupiter, NTorq, Sport, Star City+, Victor, Apache RTR 160, Apache RTR 180, Apache RTR 200, Apache RR 310, and then some..