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New TVS 125cc Motorcycle Teased; Nepal Launch Soon

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TVS Motors is getting ready to launch a 125cc motorcycle to the line-up in the Nepalese market. Currently, TVS does not have any 125cc motorcycles in Nepal but they do manufacture 125cc motorcycles. They have likes of Start City 125 and Victor 125 currently in the 125cc motorbike segment. The new motorcycle is said to be called Fiero 125. TVS had also filed trademarks for the names Fiero, Raider, and Retron in the past. Details about the design and features of the new TVs 125cc bike are yet to be revealed.


The new TVS 125cc motorcycle is likely to draw design inspiration from the Apache RTR 160 4V. It is most likely features a steel diamond frame with telescopic front forks and twin rear shock absorbers. The new TVS bike is likely to receive a 125cc fuel-injected, air-cooled engine, which is likely to produce around 12bhp of power. It will be paired to a 5-speed gearbox. Details about the engine specifications of the new TVs 125cc bike are yet to be revealed.


The upcoming new TVS 125cc motorcycle is likely to receive several upmarket features including LED headlights, LED tail-lights, LED DRLs, LED turn indicators, all-digital instrument cluster, disc brake, ABS, split seats, black alloys, tubeless tires, etc. It is also likely to get a small LCD screen to show details about fuel level and trip meters. The new motorcycle is also likely to get a USB charger. The new TVS 125 will be powered by ET Fi or Eco Thrust Fi.


Once launched in Nepal, the upcoming TVS 125cc motorcycle will directly go up against the likes of Hero Glamour, Honda Shine, SP125, and also, the Bajaj Pulsar 125.  TVS has confirmed that they will launch the motorcycle this month. As per the official teasers, the debut date has not been confirmed yet. The new motorcycle is likely to come with racing characteristics like the Apache range. 


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