TVS Fiero 125 name registered

    After years, TVS may be preparing to launch a 125cc motorcycle.

    Published On Nov 05, 2020 08:16:00 PM


    It's been years since TVS last had a 125cc motorcycle on sale or since the company has used its famous Fiero name. Both those things may be about to change.

    • Fiero 125 name registered

    • Could take on the likes of the Honda SP125

    • Motorcycle could go on sale early next year

    TVS Fiero in India

    The TVS Fiero 150 was a TVS motorcycle from twenty years ago, and it appears that the South Indian company is preparing to resurrect the name. Alongside registering a new TVS Zepplin R name, TVS has also registered the Fiero 125 name.

    TVS Fiero 125 

    It’s been a long time since TVS has had a 125cc motorcycle for sale in India, but it appears that the company can no longer ignore the numbers enjoyed by rivals like Honda and Hero. The registering of the new name suggests that TVS is preparing a rival. 

    Considering that the original Fiero was a fairly sporty motorcycle, it's reasonable to expect that if TVS is producing a new 125cc motorcycle with this name, it too will have a slightly sporty character. With that in mind, TVS will probably be targeting something like the new Honda SP 125.

    TVS Fiero 125 launch 

    Almost nothing is known about this motorcycle at the moment, but except in typical TVS fashion, it’s fair to expect a mix of strong performance and attractive features. A launch sometime next year is possible.

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