TVS Motor Company has finally entered the 125cc bike segment in India with its newly launched TVS Raider 125cc. It is priced from Rs 77,500 ex-showroom for drum brake and Rs 85,469 ex-showroom for disc brake. It is priced very aggressively looking at its design elements which are inspired by Apache entry-level model. From the front, it looks amazing and appealing attracting more customers. The deliveries already started across the country and buyers are extremely happy with the design and engine specifications. As for competition it competes against Honda SP125, Hero glamour, and Bajaj Pulsar 125. While now take a look at why TVS Raider is currently the best 125cc bike in India below: –
As far as the design is concerned it looks really good from front to rear apron. At the front it gets an upright position with LED DRLs integrated into the headlamp cluster. Unlike the other commuters, TVS Raider features a sportier design. It gets a muscular fuel tank with a dual-tone paint scheme which looks extremely sporty. While going towards the rear it gets a leather-wrapped split seat with small storage under the seat of the passenger.
- Fully digital Instrument cluster
The TVS Raider gets an amazingly shaped LCD digital cluster that displays RPM, speed, Odometer, gear shift indicator, total range left, fuel level, clock, and so on. Apart from that TVS is also planning to launch a top-end variant for raider which features with 5-inch TFT cluster enable with Bluetooth connectivity, voice recognition, turn-by-turn navigation and so much more. The new variant is likely to launch in the coming months.
- One touch fast Start
Unlike any other commuter in India from many other two-wheeler brands TVS Raider gets a smart fast start with just one touch. You just have to click one time at the electric starter switch to start the bike. Unlike many other commuters included with long press switch starter which sometimes gets very jerky.
- Rider Modes
TVS Raider comes with two riding modes economy and sport which are mounted on the right side of the handlebar with easily accessible on your right thumb. The modes can be changed on the go and displays on an Instrument cluster just below the speedometer. Although, the bike also gets a smart engine Off features when you lower down your side stand.