TVS has re-launched TVS Victor in the market after a long gap of eight years in the 110 cc commuter segment. Discontinuing any product is not an easy decision but TVS does it because Victor couldn’t survive the heat of competition in the market in past. But now TVS has revived its Victor brand with cosmetic and technological updates and is positioned between Star City Plus and Phoenix.  Just go for it. Dream big, dream Victor.

TVS Victor


TVS is maintaining the family connects in design as Victor looks are almost similar to TVS Star City+. The headlight has a large bikini fairing with a 55 watts headlamp above which a dual layered smoked windscreen is positioned. The headlight has got some pinched surface and creases which increases the beauty of the bike and looks good in flesh. The fuel tank is identical to Star City+ but has an aircraft style fuel cap. The rear side of the bike has new and distinctive tail lamp. The 3D badges of TVS and Victor on the bike looks amazing and stubby exhaust muffler along with contrast color on rear suspension spring makes it stand out brilliantly among its competitors. The instrumental console of Victor features a semi digital unit with large tachometer, digitally displayed speedometer, fuel gauge, trip meter, odometer and indicators for service and power mode. The overall fit and finish of the bike is good and is comparable to some higher segment bikes.

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If we look at the power of the bike then TVS Victor is powered by a 110 cc, air- cooled, 3 valve engines which has the capability to churn out a power output of 9.6 Ps and a maximum torque of 9.4 Nm through a four speed transmission. The torque is available on the tap and it can easily give a strong mid range performance. The response of the throttle is nice and clutches work smoothly which are easy to operate. The NVH levels of the bike are low and it can give an ARAI- approved fuel efficiency of 76 kmpl if ridden sedately as claimed by TVS. Pretty awesome, isn’t it?

The riding position of the bike is upright and has a long seat which puts pillion in a comfortable position as he don’t have to struggle for space. The tires give decent grip on the corners of the road and the chassis is also stiff giving a good handling experience to the rider. If we talk about the suspension setup of the bike then it has telescopic forks at the front and adjustable dual spring at the back.

The Victor is available in two variants of front disc and front drum. It can be seen in six different colors which are red, blue, silver, grey, black/ red and black/ grey. TVS victor is priced at Rs. 56,264 (Ex-showroom price in New Delhi).


If you are looking for a fair looking bike with futuristic technology embedded in it, then this one is for you. It has superb performance and great power, which is hard to find in economical bikes of this segment. TVS victor has remained a major flagship bike of the TVS and has surely potential to maintain the same. If you have a TVS outlet or showroom nearby you, walk to it and go for a test ride. It will clear all your doubts regarding this bike. An economical bike with a pinch of everything. Be it power, looks or performance. It has everything. Follow your heart and go for it. Buy this bike with confidence. You will never regret your decision.

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