features

specifications

Engine 109.7 cc
Maximum power 7.06 kW (9.6 PS) @ 7500 rpm
Maximum torque 9.4 Nm @6000 rpm
Bore X Stroke 53.5 mm x 48.8 mm
Compression Ratio 9.9 : 1
Fuel system Carburettor, CV type
Transmission 4 speed constant mesh
Clutch Wet - multi plate type
Chassis Type Single cradle tubular frame.
Front Suspension Telescopic oil damped front suspension
Rear Suspension 5 step adjustable hydraulic series spring suspension
Brake Front : Drum Hand operated, Internally expanding, Ø130 mm
Brake Front : Disc Hand operated, Ø 240mm disc
Brake Rear Foot operated, internally expanding, Ø 110 mm
Tyre Size Front 2.75 x 17
Tyre Size Rear 3.00 x 17
Wheel Base 1260 mm
Height 1090 mm
Ground Clearance 175 mm
Length 1980 mm
Width 750 mm
Kerb weight: Drum 112 kg (ES alloy drum)
Kerb weight: Disc 113 kg (ES alloy disc)
Fuel tank including reserve 8 liters
Reserve 2 liters

colours

Blissful Blue
Generous Grey
Serene Silver
Beatific Black Silver
Restful Red
Balanced Black Red

Reviews

TVS Victor long term review: After 870km and 4 months.
The Victor is unlike any commuter motorcycle that I’ve ridden before.Read More

Source : Overdrive

"The stubby exhaust muffler and the contrast colour on the rear suspension spring are the standout details and we liked the 3D badges for the TVS and Victor branding."Read More

Source : Zig Wheels

"But what TVS do promise with the new three-valve engine is the efficiency and smoothness of a 110 with the power of a 125."Read More

Source : Overdrive

"The 2016 TVS Victor is refreshingly new. The overall design speaks out high quality - full proportions and a muscular silhouette point to the contemporary styling of the bike."Read More

Source : Auto.NDTV

"The newcomer gets a host of features, making it more like a premium commuter with its own attitude."Read More

Source : Autos.maxabout.com

"Switch gear quality and overall fit and finish is easily the best in its class and even comparable to bikes a few segments higher to it."Read More

Source : Motoroids

"As part of the facelift, the reintroduced Victor gains a sharper look, while not giving up any of its family design cues."Read More

Source : AutoCar

The stubby exhaust muffler and the contrast colour on the rear suspension spring are the standout details and we liked the 3D badges for the TVS and Victor branding.

Switch gear quality and overall fit and finish is the best in its sector and even comparable to bikes a few segments higher to it.

Ride quality of the bike was very impressive as we rode the bike on cobbled surfaces and it gulped down all the undulations effortlessly.

Overall as a product, the new TVS Victor is impressive with likeable performance, comfortable ride quality and useful bunch of features.

The Victor brand enjoys a special connect with buyers in the commuter segment and this should work in the favour of the new motorcycle.

But what TVS do promise with the new three-valve engine is the efficiency and smoothness of a 110 with the power of a 125.

In real life, the Victor is a super refined motorcycle to ride. There are no vibrations that come from anywhere at up to low highway speeds.

The new TVS Victor is a refined, peppy motorcycle and is quite handsome too.

The 2016 TVS Victor is refreshingly new. The overall design speaks out high quality - full proportions and a muscular silhouette point to the contemporary styling of the bike. Sharp creases run along the length of the body and complemented by smart graphics create an essence of a 'premium' commuter motorcycle.

A modern part-analog, part-digital speedometer takes pride of place in the cockpit.

The short and stubby exhaust muffler looks good and supposedly engineered for better performance and efficiency.

The large clear lens headlight too has been designed keeping in mind the voice of the customer.

Then of course, the rear end gets a sleek look with a softly rounded grab rail and a smart looking hexagonal tail lamp flanked by clear lens indicators.

What's worthy of mention here is that TVS has designed the engine with a unique combustion chamber oil cooling jacket around it, making for better performance, better NVH levels and very good throttle response.

Initial pick up is quite impressive and so is in-gear acceleration. What is noteworthy is that refinement levels are quite commendable - and are clearly evident at speeds between 55-70kmph - speeds normally where such commuter bikes will eventually be ridden. That's not to say that the 2016 TVS Victor is not capable of higher speeds.

At the TVS Motor Company test track in Hosur, we managed to hit a top speed of 94kmph. And for a 110cc engine, there is no sense of harshness or vibrations even at higher rpms. The TVS Victor can easily cruise steadily between 70-80kmph, without breaking a sweat or even letting the rider get any sense of the engine feeling strained or protesting from high-speed riding.

But the TVS Victor offers a supple and comfortable ride. Whether going through undulations on the road surface or even over broken terrain - the likes of which we subjected the bike to at the test track - the Victor took everything in its stride without protest or giving any sense of losing its composure.

The new TVS Victor is without doubt a well-rounded product, with little to find fault in.

The newcomer gets a host of features, making it more like a premium commuter with its own attitude.

Victor carries a much advanced design than its predecessor, best viewed from its side profile. It comes with a short exhaust can and ends really well into the sharp tail light. The fuel tank has been beautifully designed, making the newcomer look better than Star City series of TVS motorcycles. It smoothly mixes the sporty character with a decent family drive.

The best looking console in the segment, TVS offers a semi digital instrument console for the motorcycle. It offers a round, white background tachometer with digital fuel gauge in the same enclosure.

Switch gear quality and overall fit and finish is easily the best in its class and even comparable to bikes a few segments higher to it. TVS clearly knows how to design and make quality switchgear; Honda, take a cue.

The stubby exhaust is nice, blacked out and round, and emanates a throaty note that’s unmatched by competition. Riding position is upright, comfortable and pure commuting pleasure.

Straight line stability is great, and there’s a likeable sprint in its gait that denotes that the new Victor offers extra servings of everything for its segment.

When the curves came though, the Victor proved to be quite the baller. It’s waif like thinness and lack of weight made it spur through the corners delightfully. The new tires, said to be made out of some Remora compound proved to be quite sticky as the Victor comfortably held its line under heavy lean through the fast, sweeping right hander.

The TVS Victor is a well rounded product. It’s smooth, refined, yet peppy. The dynamics, brakes and stability are well sorted. The styling is inoffensive; pretty much how it should be for a commuter motorcycle.

Rest assured, it’s a bit more than just a weedy commuter, and has that spunk.

As part of the facelift, the reintroduced Victor gains a sharper look, while not giving up any of its family design cues. Still styled to look the commuter motorcycle it is, the new Victor headlamp now sports more angular, contemporary lines.

The motorcycle seat has a nice ‘leather-like’ texture, with up-market red stitching that catches your eye and adds a touch of class. You also get smart alloy wheels, in a matte black theme that also coats several other surfaces.

To sum it up, overall quality, fit-finish and attention to detail are all good on this new TVS.

The new engine immediately succeeded in conveying a nice, refined feel, with snappy throttle response, and flawless character. Power delivery is always smooth and buzz-free, even when riding fast, pulling revs higher than required on a commuter bike.

Performance feels just as quick as expected from a 110cc motorcycle, and very close to even some more upmarket 125cc bikes.

The Victor remains a comfortable motorcycle to pilot, with an upright commuter-friendly riding position. The footrest-to seat-and handlebar triangle is well thought out, and riding saddle well-padded, also step-free and long enough for both rider and pillion.

You’ll be surprised by the powerful retardation force that greets you the moment you hit the front brake. The Victor comes with an optional front disc brake, a 240mm, petal type rotor, the added safety which proved well worth paying for.

The 2016 Victor fits into its class smartly, offering nice features, a refinement engine with ample performance and good comfort too. Pretty much at the top of its space.

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