TVS Ntorq sales are much higher than its rival Honda Grazia. To commensurate its multiple award wins, TVS has introduced a new colour into the range…
You are an Indian two-wheeler manufacturer and intend to venture into a new scooter segment. What do you do? Plan out the safest of products and let it out in the market. However, TVS had a different strategy – they went out to people with a sports-oriented scooter Ntorq 125, which is not really a very ‘safe’ strategy!
TVS Ntorq Sales
And the people of the country have rewarded their bravery by purchasing hoards of them. In the last known milestone, TVS crossed 2 Lakh sales in less than one year of launch. Sales for the last two months have been over 20,000 for each month (of April and May). ‘Safer’ rival Honda Grazia, which was also launched around the same time, has gone down the sales charts.
Ntorq mainly targets the younger buyers and the way they have imbibed a sense of sportiness in the scooter is praiseworthy. It doesn’t feel mundane like other regular scoots and right from its exhaust note to the way it picks pace, it makes it clear that even the basic commuter oriented 2-wheelers can be made with heart.
Apart from sales, Ntorq has also won many industry awards and to keep the momentum going, TVS has introduced a new colour – matte silver to the palette. With this addition, the scooter is now available in a total of seven colours – four in matte and three in metallic shades…
|Matte Colours||Metallic Colours|
|Matte Yellow||Metallic Blue|
|Matte White||Metallic Red|
|Matte Red||Metallic Grey|
|Matte Silver – New|
The new Matte Silver colour will only be available in the disc brake version. Apart from this, all the colours will also sport ‘Scooter of the Year’ emblem on them.
Ntorq has been priced at Rs 58,552 and Rs 59,995 ex-showroom in Delhi for the drum brake and disc brake variants respectively. It is powered by a 9.4 PS/10.5 Nm 124.7cc 3-valve engine.