TVS Sport is a commuter two-wheeler manufactured by TVS. Customers who are looking for a lightweight bike with a fuel-efficient petrol mill and that too at an affordable price can pick the TVS Sport. Moreover, this bike belongs to the popular 100-110cc bandwagon, which sells the most in the country. In addition to that, it is among the bestselling. TVS bikes. Having said that, it goes up against the Honda HF Deluxe and the Bajaj CT 100. The starting ex-showroom price of the TVS Sport is Rs 63,990 and it goes up to Rs 70,673. It can either be had with a kick- or electric start. In the portfolio of TVS, this iteration is positioned between the TVS Radeon and the TVS Star City Plus. So, if you are a buyer who is fine with understated looks, a frugal engine and can manage with a respectable number of features, the TVS Sport should be on your wishlist. Let’s begin to know more about this bike, then. Specifications Before jumping straight to the figures, let’s talk about the underpinnings of the TVS Sport. The Hosur-based automobile manufacturer incorporated a single cradle tubular frame to structure the TVS Sport. Further, this frame is designed to support a 109.7cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine, which is tuned to churn out 8.18 bhp at 7350 rpm and 8.7 Nm of peak torque at 4500 rpm. With these figures, this bike has a top speed of 90 km/h. Moreover, the engine of this bike is mated to a standard four-speed manual transmission. It stores fuel in a 10-litre fuel tank, which is of pretty decent size. TVS Sport price. Keeping that aside, let’s now talk about the suspension setup offered on this bike. So, it stands on an oil-damp telescopic fork at the front and a five-step adjustable shock absorber at the rear. Considering the price of this bike, it has an impressive suspension setup. This indigenous bike is engineered by keeping the conditions of Indian roads in mind. Having said that, it can absorb the undulations and the bumps from potholes with ease. For your reference, the rider can manually adjust the stiffness or softness of the rear suspension. If the rider thinks that the road ahead will be rough, the suspension can be adjusted to a softer side and vice versa. For added safety, the TVS Sport is equipped with synchronised braking technology (SBT), which is also known as a combined braking system (CBS). Different monikers are used by different companies. It applies brakes to both wheels, as a result, the bike is prevented from skidding or making a stoppie. Apart from that, the braking duties are taken care of by dual drum brakes. The size of the front drum brake is rated at 130mm, while the size of the rear drum brake is rated at 110mm. However, the presence of disc brake(s) offers a better braking performance than drum brake(s). In addition, drum brakes tend to wear out much faster than disc brakes. TVS bikes also lacks storage compartments, such as under-seat storage or a front storage box. There is no low battery or low oil indicator, either. It also misses out on a side-stand alarm, as well as a tachometer. Prices and Variants The Hosur-based manufacturer offers the TVS Sport (Electric Start version) in five colours: Black Blue, Black Red, Metallic Grey, White Purple and Metallic Blue. In parallel, the KickStart version is offered in two colour schemes only: All Black and All Grey. The starting price of the TVS Sport is Rs 63,990 for the base variant, the Self Start Alloy, and goes up to Rs 70,673 for the top variant, the Self Start Alloy Wheel. All are ex-showroom prices in Delhi, as of August 2023. Please note that these prices are subject to change without any prior notice to the customer. You can, however, visit the autoX website to access the latest location-based price list for your dream vehicle. For more, visit our website or connect with us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, and YouTube. So, stay tuned!