New TVS Star City+ variant launched at Rs 50,534
The new variant of the Star City+ gets new design cues, a TVS chrome 3D label and a black grab rail.

New TVS Star City+ variant launched at Rs 50,534

6th Sep 2017 12:18 pm

The dual-tone variant is available in three colours and comes with new design cues.

TVS Motor Company has launched a new dual-tone Star City+ commuter motorcycle, hoping to draw additional buyers shopping in the festive season. The 110cc motorcycle now gets new design cues, a TVS chrome 3D label and a black grab rail.

The new TVS Star City+ is available in three colours – Black Red, Black Blue and Red Black – and is priced at Rs 50,534 (ex-Showroom, Delhi) for the dual-tone variant.

Commenting on the new offering, Aniruddha Haldar, vice-president, marketing (commuter motorcycles, scooter and corporate brand), TVS Motor Company said, “The Star City+ has always stood for style with substance, namely power and mileage of 86kpl. Celebrating this is the new special edition dual-tone Star City+.”

The Star City+ is powered by a four-speed gearbox-equipped ‘Ecothrust’ engine which produces 8.4hp at 7,000rpm and torque of 8.7Nm at 5,000rpm. Equipped with Automatic Headlight On (AHO) and best-in-class features, the TVS Star City+ has honeycomb-textured side panel grills, a stylish crown visor and trendy rear-view mirrors. A premium stainless-steel muffler complements the silver shock absorbers and its sporty, black aluminium grab rail. Black alloy wheels, premium 3D emblems and a stylish flashy tail-lamp are its other highlights.

For superior ride and handling, the motorcycle comes equipped with telescopic front shock absorbers and five-step adjustable rear shock absorbers. High grip, button type, tubeless tyres reduce the risk of skidding by providing better road-tyre contact, says TVS.

The comprehensive digital dashboard has an analogue speedometer and an advanced digital information display. It also houses a service indicator which intimates the rider when the bike is due for service and an econometer which guides the rider to maximise fuel economy. A digital fuel gauge displays precise fuel level while a digital odometer conveys the exact number of kilometres covered.

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