TVS Motor Company has officially announced that the Victor motorcycle will be upgraded to meet the BS6 emission standards. It was being speculated that the company will discontinue Victor 110 and it will not be updated to the BS6 emission norms. But TVS, contrary to the rumors, recently revealed its entire BS6 product line up that included Victor as well. The BS6 TVS Victor is most likely to retain the design language and styling from its BS4 counterpart. However, one can expect new color options.
TVS already has a BS6-compliant 110cc engine that currently powers the latest iterations of the Star City+, TVS Sport, and Radeon. The BS6 compliant 109.7 cc single-cylinder, air-cooled engine produces 8.08 bhp power and 8.4Nm torque. Similar figures are expected in the BS6 Victor. Due to the shift from carburettor to fuel injection, there is likely to be an increase in the price. The BS4 model was priced in the range of Rs 56,622 - Rs 59,602 (Ex-Showroom). There could be a price hike of Rs 2000 - Rs 3000 on the BS4 price tag.
Along with this, TVS has also announced that the Zest 110 scooter will be upgraded to the BS6 emission standards. The BS6 Zest has already been teased on the company’s website. Similar to its predecessor, the updated scooty will be offered in two variants namely Himalayan Highs and Matte Series. As for price, the BS6 Zest 110 will also carry a price premium over its respective BS4 iteration.