TVS has launched its new bike in India. The company has named its new bike Ronin. Ronin TVS is the first neo-retro roadster bike. It has been launched in India in three variants.
Its starting price is Rs 1.49 lakh (ex-showroom). This price is for the base variant. At the same time, the price of Base Plus is 1.56 lakhs and the mid variant is priced between 1.69 to 1.71 lakhs. This is the first bike from TVS, which will come with a 225.9CC single-engine and a new split dual cradle frame.
It Will Comes with Alloy Wheels
TVS’s Ronin bike will compete with bikes like Bajaj Pulsar 250, Dominar 250, Royal Enfield Hunter 350, Royal Enfield Himalayan Scream 411, and Yezdi Scrambler in the Indian market. TVS has launched the new bike in a bulleted look. The company has given 17-inch alloy wheels in the bike. It also gets a gas-charged mono-shock rear suspension at the rear.
Bike Color Options
The front of the bike gets a round headlight along with a T-shaped LED DRL inside. It will get features like a digital instrument cluster and Bluetooth connectivity. Talking about safety in the bike, the dual-channel ABS feature has been given in its top variant. Color options on the base variant include Lightning Black and Magma Red while the Base Plus can be had in Delta Blue and Stargaze Black shades. The top-of-the-range Ronin will be available in Galactic Gray and Dawn Orange colors.
Rain and Urban Drive Modes
This bike will also get two drive modes like Rain and Urban. TVS Ronin gets round shape headlight cluster with chrome casing, floating digital instrument console, single-piece seat, 3D TVS logo, two-tone body color, circular rearview mirror, tear-drop-shaped fuel tank, and matte black side slung.
The Bike will Get a Top Speed of 120 km Ph
Talking about the engine of this TVS bike, then its engine generates maximum power of 20.1 bhp at 7,750 RPM and 19.93 Nm peak torque at 3,750 RPM. According to the company, this bike will get a top speed of 120 kmph. Its engine will come with five gearboxes. The company has launched Ronin for urban adventure.
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