The new commuter features a 110cc engine and synchronised brakes.

The Radeon is priced at Rs 48,400 (ex-showroom, Delhi). It gets a uniquely-styled tank with knee pads. The headlight and the cowl look inspired by the Victor, and the side panels and rear-end feature simple, boxy styling. The engine and gearbox casing on the motorcycle are finished in a light gold. Standard on the Radeon are blacked-out alloy wheels, plus a rather funky looking fully-analogue instrument console. The bike features drum brakes at either end.

The bike uses a 109.7cc engine that makes 8.4hp and 8.7Nm and offers a fuel tank capacity of 10 litres and a claimed fuel-efficiency of 69.3kpl.

The TVS Radeon has a five-year warranty and is available in four colour schemes (white, beige, purple and black).

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