Updated TVS Raider 125 with TFT dash launched at Rs 99,990

    This pricing makes it the most affordable two-wheeler in India currently to offer a TFT display.

    Published On Oct 19, 2022 07:39:00 PM


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    The range-topping variant of the TVS Raider 125 has been launched at Rs 99,990 (ex-showroom, Delhi). This variant gets a 5-inch TFT dash as opposed to the standard Raider 125 that makes do with a digital LCD display.

    TVS Raider 125 updated with TFT dash

    Equipping the Raider 125 with a 5-inch TFT dash has brought a whole bunch of features to the affordable end of the motorcycle spectrum. This TFT dash can be paired with your smartphone allowing you to receive notification alerts, weather forecast as well as turn-by-turn navigation. A neat feature that comes with this TFT dash is when the low-fuel warning light comes on, the bike will automatically navigate to the nearest petrol pump.

    Another feature not seen in this space before is voice recognition, enabling you to control the parameters of your navigation or music by simply telling the motorcycle to do so. You can even adjust the brightness of the TFT screen. 

    Mechanically, the bike remains unchanged. The TVS Raider 125 continues to be powered by the oil-cooled, 124.8cc single-cylinder engine making 11.4hp at 7,5000rpm and 11.2 Nm of torque at 6,000rpm. This engine is mated to a 5-speed gearbox and it even has two power modes: Power and Eco. Suspension duties are taken care of by a telescopic fork and monoshock, and the Raider runs on 17-inch cast alloy wheels. The Raider 125 equipped with the TFT dash can only be had with a disc brake at the front. 

    TVS Raider 125: price and rivals

    Priced at Rs 99,990 (ex-showroom, Delhi), this makes the updated Raider 125 the most affordable bike in India to have a TFT dash. The TFT-equipped variant can be had in two colours, black and yellow. Its chief rival is the Hero Glamour XTEC, which is priced Rs 10,000 lower than the TVS at Rs 89,438. The pricing for this top-spec Raider 125 is introductory, which means it is likely to go up in the future. 

    Also see:

    TVS Raider review

    TVS Raider video review

    Would you pick the TFT variant of the Raider over its more basic variants? Let us know in the comments section below.

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