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TVS Heavy Duty Super XL: A Toughie to the Core!

TVS Heavy Duty Super XL is built to withstand rough conditions and hard usage.

Gone are the days when mopeds were looked down upon as bike’s poor cousins. Though mopeds may not have gained the same popularity as bikes, especially in the cities, they remain a popular choice with the rural audience, since these are cheap, low on maintenance and heavy duty. TVS, the only manufacturer of mopeds in the country, has come out with a winner…the TVS Heavy Duty Super XL that is in the league of two-stroke mopeds. Today, this version is increasingly becoming a city option for short-distance commutes in city traffic.

TVS Heavy Duty Super XL

The Look:

An improved look of this moped it its USP. A sturdy frame with snugly placed fuel tank, a round headlight with indicator lights on the sides, a rear taillight with another set of indicators, neat-looking muffler that adds to the moped’s visual appeal and high handlebars for ease of control and manoeuvring gives this 70 cc moped an identity of its own.

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The Console:

The moped’s console is basic, but has the essentials, such as an analogue speedometer, fuel gauge indicator, etc. It has an ignition system that uses 12V fly wheel magneto with 50W of electronic ignition.

The Performance:

Reliable and hassle-free…this is what defines TVS Heavy Duty Super XL. With low-maintenance cost and heavy duty performance, this moped has become one of the top choices of its discerning customers. Designed on the lines of traditional moped, it has a distinctively improved style quotient. It is fitted with a two-stroke single cylinder petrol engine that makes 69.9cc of displacement with bore of 46mm and stroke of 42mm. It generates maximum power of 3.5 BHP at 5000 rpm and a maximum torque of 5.0 Nm at 3750 rpm. A centrifugal wet type clutch and single speed gear box constitute the primary drive, while roller chain is the secondary drive. This kick start moped is easy to handle and control.

The Ride:

A wide split seat and high handlebar makes the ride comfortable. The front fork suspensions and the rear suspensions make the moped glide over rough patches.

The Consumption:

The moped is most economical, giving a mileage of around 66 kmpl in the city and more on highways.

The Comfort and Safety:

Drum brakes on both the wheels and a top speed of 50 kmph makes it quite a safe ride. Its weight of 66 kg keeps it stable on the road. Its 2.5mm wide front tyre and 3.5mm wide rear tyre are adequate to keep this moped from skidding. Its rear seat is removable and has a storage space underneath to carry luggage.

The Colours:

Five attractive shades – Black, Red, Green, Blue, Grey.

The Cost:

The cost of kick start version is most affordable Rs. 27,791. A cheaper one indeed.

The Verdict:

This heavy duty moped is a timely introduction for those who want to carry heavy loads in a cheap and economical way. Simple construction makes this moped almost maintenance-free and, consumption-wise, most economical. TVS has brought out TVS Heavy duty Super XL for daily commuters. This automobile has a lot of splendid features that can easily attract anybody’s attention. The design of the scooter is futuristic and at same time it is very durable and sturdy.

It is highly advisable to wear all the necessary safety gears before riding. These safety gears can prove life saving in case of any mishap. Speed kills but it surely kills. Just go for it. It is made for you.

Have a safe and amazing riding experience.

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