2020 Ntorq BS6 price hike is significant specially for the mid variant. TVS may surprise with some innovative features…
One of the best things to have happened to the scooter market in the last few years is the debut of TVS Ntorq – a sports-oriented scooter which started alongside the Honda Grazia. While Grazia’s response has been lacklustrous, people have loved the Ntorq based on the impressive sales it is doing.
It is now time for an upgrade to the mandatory Bharat Stage 6 emission norms. Closer to its deadline of 31st March 2020, TVS has updated its website revealing the prices of the 2020 version of the scooter. All the three variants are going forward and here are the respective prices of all of them…
NTORQ BS6 Price
|Variant||BS4 Prices||BS6 Prices|
|Ntorq Drum||Rs 59,462||Rs 65,975|
|Ntorq Disc||Rs 59,995||Rs 69,975|
|Ntorq Race Edition||Rs 64,925||Rs 72,455|
As you can see the price hike on all the variants is not uniform. While the entry drum variant, which was precariously close to the disc variant, gets a hike of Rs 6500 (~11%), the disc trim receives a major hike of almost Rs 10,000 which is the highest in the lineup (almost 17 percent!). The top of the line Race Edition gets dearer by Rs 7500 (~12%).
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This non-uniformity may correspond to the distribution of new features on these variants; while the entry variant may get minimal feature set, the disc brake variant (which we believe is the largest seller in this list) may come equipped with a lot of them.
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The changes to the engine are not known. For reference apart from that likeable throaty exhaust note, the current BS4 compliant 124.79 cc motor produces 9.1 bhp of peak power at 7500 rpm and 10.5 Nm of max torque at 5500 rpm.