TVS rolls out Phoenix 125

TVS rolls out Phoenix 125
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TVS Motor Company has announced the launch of the new Phoenix 125. TVS has developed the motorcycle keeping customer feedback into consideration. The new Phoenix comes in six colours, three shade of black, two shade of red and white, with stylish graphics on it. TVS also equips the bike with a fully digital white backlit

TVS Motor Company has announced the launch of the new Phoenix 125. TVS has developed the motorcycle keeping customer feedback into consideration. The new Phoenix comes in six colours, three shade of black, two shade of red and white, with stylish graphics on it. TVS also equips the bike with a fully digital white backlit instruments console that includes a tachometer, service schedule reminder and also a low battery indicator.


The Phoenix 125 is also equipped with petal type disc brake up front and comes with the added convenience of tubeless tyres too. The Phoenix 125 is available with a drum brake-only version also. The TVS Phoenix 125 is powered by a 125cc, air-cooled and carbureted engine that makes 10.9bhp or power at 8,000rpm and 1.1kgm of torque made at 5,500rpm. The TVS Phoenix 125 is equipped with telescopic forks upfront and also comes with gas charged dual shocks at rear.


The TVS Phoenix 125 is priced at Rs 51,990 (ex-showroom, Delhi) for the version with only drum brakes and Rs 55,899 (ex-showroom, Delhi) for the version equipped with the front disc brake. K N Radhakrishnan, President and CEO, TVS Motor Company said, “We have taken TVS Phoenix 125 to the next level, infusing an element of excitement into the product.


The 2015 edition now comes with a whole range of class leading exciting features and added new styling elements give it even more flair. This launch underlines our commitment to customers in terms of bringing out products that are superior to others in their class and that are high in quality and customer appeal.”

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