TVS Motor Company has launched
its new four-stroke TVS XL 100 in Delhi. TVS XL is priced at Rs. 30,174 ex
showroom in Delhi. The all new TVS XL 100 moped is powered by a 99.7cc four
stroke engine which delivers 4.14 bhp ( 4.2PS) power with excellent initial
pick up and a top speed of 60kmph. TVS
XL 100 returns a mileage of 67 kmpl (among all auto-geared two wheelers) under
simulated test conditions as per TVS Motor standards.
The all new TVS XL 100 comes with a seat which
is broader and more comfortable. It also has a detachable rear seat with a rear
flatbed platform to enable carrying of loads. The front platform of the moped
is wider and longer so as to enable more space.
Easy centre stand, (patent pending), makes parking the vehicle easier
and improves stability while the vehicle is on stand.
Additional features include an easy
kick-start, bold style muffler, bigger tank and stainless steel brake cable for
The all new TVS XL 100 styling
is complemented with attractive graphics and comes in five colours of black,
red, green, blue and grey. Along with TVS XL Super and TVS XL Super Heavy Duty,
TVS XL 100 is currently available across all TVS dealerships in Rajasthan.
Commenting on the launch, J S
Srinivasan, Vice President Sales and Service, TVS Motor Company said, “This
launch reiterates our commitment to deliver high quality, customer centric
products and also underlines our commitment to continually establish a strong
brand connect with our customers. The all-new four stroke moped TVS XL 100 has
been designed to meet the evolving needs of today’s customer and is one of the
most affordable, reliable, easy to ride, powerful multi-utility two wheelers in
the market. We are confident that TVS XL 100 will garner high levels of
customer satisfaction and will be well received in the market place.”
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