2021 TVS Star city plus launched in the domestic market, with a starting price of Rs 65,465, and also offered in optional Drum and Disc brake variant.

  • Star City Plus Drum brake variant priced at Rs 65,865 and Rs 65,465 for Disc brake
  • It equipped with a new advanced feature
  • Star City plus powered with a same 110 cc Eco thrust engine

TVS motor company has recently teased the 2021 Star city plus in an image, and finally, it has been launched and offers two variants. 2021 TVS Star city plus offered in Drum brake trim and Disc brakes trim, which the prices range between Rs 66,465 for starting base trim and Rs 65,865 for Top-end trim (All prices are, ex-showroom). Star City rivals with best-selling commuter Hero Splendor iSmart and passion Pro in the domestic market. 2021 Star City plus equipped with features like an LED headlamp, USB mobile charger, semi-digital instrument cluster, and so on. Celebrating 15 years of Star City in the Indian market, Star City plus gets a sporty body styling and a color combination of red, black, and white.

2021 TVS star city
2021 TVS star city

The fenders are black in color, the exhaust has heat shield protection, a single-piece black seat, black grab rails, mirrors, windscreen, and reflectors on both sides of the fender. At the front, it uses the conventional telescopic front fork suspension and at the rear five-step adjustable hydraulic twin shock absorbers. The use of black color also can be seen around the engine area, and petal-type front disc brakes are also in the offering.

2021 TVS Star City plus powered with the same 110 cc single-cylinder air-cooled fuel-injected Eco Thrust engine with ETFI technology, that develops 8.08 HP at 7350 rpm of maximum power output and 8.7 Nm of peak torque at 4500 rpm. The transmission duties are performed by a 4-speed gearbox system. The Claimed top speed is 90 Kmph, and the BS6 compliant drivetrain has 15 percent more mileage compared with the BS4 drivetrain. The Commuter rides on 17-inch black alloy wheels with tubeless tires.      

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