Whenever a person buy something they like to observe it properly before buying it. This fact goes for every product. TVS Bangladesh is offering a contactless Test Ride of their best seller scoters in the segment. Recently TVS Bangladesh announced a Test ride event of Ntorq and Wego at Uttara Sector 14 with a chance to win exciting gifts.
The event will start on 10 am and will go on till 06 pm on upcoming 07 October. For a comfortable and safe test riding of the scooters, visit the google map location.
Let go through some details shall we. In this event there will be 2 scooter available for test ride. Those are Ntorq and Wego.
TVS Ntorq features a CVTi-REVV 124.79 cc, single-cylinder, 4-stroke, 3-valve, air-cooled, SOHC engine that provides 6.9 kW @ 7000 rpm max power and 10.5 Nm @ 5500 rpm maximum torque. This is more then enough power for a scooter. And the design has Stealth aircraft-inspired design which is pretty eye-catching. The tail lamp, unique-looking wheels, and stunning headlight give it sporty look.
The Wego is a 110 cc scooter which popularity is regarded as equal as TVS Jupiter. The engine is 110 ccs air-cooled and it has just one cylinder. Besides, it consists of OHC technology, the engine of TVS Wego is four-stroke. Due to the OHC, the engine used to give more power along with higher fuel efficiency. It can generate 8 Bhp @ 7500 rpm max power along with 8 Nm @ 5500 rpm max torque.
If you are interested on getting on of this bike don’t be late. Test ride before you buy it. As TVS is offering a test ride of these bike.
To know more please contact TVS on their helpline 01919194222, 0191918911
TVS Motor Company headquarter is in Chennai, India, is an Indian multinational automotive company that manufactures motorcycle scooters and three-wheelers. They are widely popular in both Bangladesh and India. This company sells 3 million units annually and they export their products all over 60 countries and they are the second largest exporter in India. Holding almost 18% market share in Bangladesh TVS never backs down to bring new bikes depending on the needs of people.