TVS Wego gets disc brake

TVS introduces its Wego automatic scooter with a disc brake variant.

TVS Motor Company will now sell its 110cc Wego scooter in India with the option of a disc brake at the front. The disc brake variant of the Wego has always been in production but only for export markets and TVS has finally decided to sell it here as well. 

The disc brake on the Wego is a 220mm unit, while the rear still uses the 130mm drum seen previously. This new variant is expected to enter showrooms very soon. The disc brake-equipped variant is priced at Rs 49,157 while the standard variant gets a price tag of Rs 45,807 (both prices ex-showroom, Delhi). 
 
The TVS Wego is the second scooter in the country to have telescopic forks and a front disc brake as an option, the first being the Honda Aviator. We hope to see more scooter manufacturers following suit in the near future.          
 
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