TVS Ntorq 125 Race XP vs Aprilia Storm 125: Spec Comparison

By Aditya Jadhav | on July 13, 2021 Follow us on Autox Google News

TVS Ntorq’s new Race XP edition packs the most power output and features. While it has no direct competition, we pitch the new racier scooter alongside an “off-road” capable one.

TVS Motor Company recently launched a sportier variant of the Ntorq 125. The new variant has been dubbed the Ntorq 125 Race XP. The new scooter packs in a few more features over the standard one and gets a slight bump in power.

TVS Ntorq 125 Race XP Cross Profile Static

The standard model of the TVS Ntorq125 rivals the Aprilia SR 125, Suzuki Burgman Street 125, Yamaha Fascino 125, and the Vespa SXL 125. The racier version of the Ntorq 125 – the Race XP – is more in line with Aprilia’s Storm 125. The Storm 125 gets chunky and knobby tires over the standard SR 125 making it more suitable for beaten roads.

Following is a comparison of the TVS Ntorq 125 Race XP and the Aprilia Storm 125:

Power Figures

The TVS Ntorq 125 Race XP is a clear winner in the power figures department, although by a slim margin. The Ntorq 125 Race XP makes 10bhp, which is 0.2bhp over the 9.8bhp output of the Storm 125. Its a similar case with the torque number as well. The Race XP edition produces 10.8Nm, whereas, the Storm 125 pushes out 9.6Nm.


TVS Ntorq 125 Race XP

Aprilia Storm 125


10bhp at 7,000rpm

9.5bhp at 7,500rpm


10.5Nm at 5,500rpm

9.6Nm at 5,500rpm




Aprilia Storm 125side Profile

Cycle parts

The Race XP edition has been tuned for on-road performance. The Storm 125, on the flip side, is more focused on the beaten roads. The chunky off-road tyres on the Storm 125 will perform better considering that there is a wider contact patch on offer on both ends. Both the scooters have telescopic front forks on offer.


TVS Ntorq 125 Race XP

Aprilia Storm 125

Suspension (front)

Telescopic front

Telescopic front

Suspension (rear)

Mono-shock rear

Mono Shock rear

Brake (front)

220mm disc

Disc & Drum

Brake (rear)



Tyre (front)

100/80 - R12

120/80 - R12

Tyre (rear)

110/80 - R12

130/80 - R12

TVS Ntorq 125 Race XP Rear Three Quarter

The Aprilia is offered with a choice of drum brake setup on both ends or a disc brake setup (front). The Race XP edition comes with a disc brake (front) setup with no option of a drum brake arrangement.


The TVS Ntorq Race XP edition offers two ride modes, Street and Race. The modes can be toggled by the use of a switch on the dashboard, or the rider can toggle between modes using the voice command feature. The Aprilia Storm 125 misses out on connectivity features that the TVS Ntorq 125 Race XP has to offer.


The drum brake variant of the Aprilia Storm 125 retails at Rs 88,711 (ex-showroom), which is still higher than the TVS Ntorq 125 Race XP. The Drum drum brake variant of the same asks for Rs 94,241 (ex-showroom). The Race XP edition has been priced at Rs 83,275 (ex-showroom) which is substantially lower than the prices of Storm 125. For a lower cost, the scooter offers more power, and added features.

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