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TVS Raider 125 Variants Explained

With great elegance, TVS has returned to the 125cc commuter segment with the Raider 125. The flagship 125cc bike from the Hosur-based manufacturer is called TVS Raider 125. It differentiates itself with an amazing range of modern features like riding modes, making it the best choice in the 125cc category. Additionally, TVS is offering the Raider 125 in four different variants. In this article, we’ll examine each variant and help you choose the best one for you:

Raider 125 Single Seat – Disc: Rs 95,219 (ex-showroom Delhi)

This TVS Raider 125 basic model has a single seat, disc brakes at both ends, and a mechanical CBS as a standard. However, this TVS Raider variant still manages to undercut rivals like the Honda SP 125 and Hero Glamor 125 by a few thousand rupees. However, it also gets an LED headlamp and a fully digital dash.

Raider 125 Disc: Rs 96,219 (Ex-showroom, Delhi)

The price of this mid-spec Raider 125 is Rs 7,516 more than the regular model. Although asking for more braking power would be a bit much, we still suggest skipping the standard model in favor of the extra safety brought by this trim. However, this specific model is more expensive than its most determined competitors.

Raider 125 Super Squad Edition: Rs 99,319 (Ex-showroom, Delhi)

The new version of TVS’s 125cc commuter motorcycle, the Raider 125 Super Squad Edition, was launched recently. This version retains the mechanical features and design of the Raider 125 model. In India, the Raider 125 Super Squad Edition comes in two colors, Black Panther and Iron Man, which are Marvel-inspired paint schemes.

Raider 125 SmartXonnect: Rs 1,02,770 (Ex-showroom, Delhi)

The Raider 125 top-spec model has a new five-inch fully digital TFT interface with voice assistance features. Apart from this, it has Bluetooth connectivity, auto navigation with turn-by-turn directions, music controls, weather updates, call and message alerts, and sports and news updates.

The TVS Raider is still a 125cc commuter, and while the SmartXConnect version is a valuable bonus, it certainly is optional. Also, since it costs more than any other traditional 125cc bike – possibly even some versions of the standard Pulsar 125 – we’d like you to reserve cash for things like high-quality riding equipment.

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