TVS XL100 : Rs. 41,790 – 53,623
TVS XL100 Key Specifications
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|Kerb Weight||89 Kg|
|Max Power||4.4 bhp|
TVS XL100 Latest Updates
TVS recently launched a special version of the XL100 Heavy Duty called the Winner Edition, which can be identified by its chrome accents, exclusive navy blue colour scheme and dual-tone quilted seats. It is priced at Rs 49,599. The XL 100 is not only the sole moped on sale from a major two-wheeler manufacturer in India, but also the most affordable fuel-injected two-wheeler on sale in the country. It is hugely popular as a delivery service vehicle in urban areas thanks to its frugalness and manageability, while its rugged nature and huge load-carrying capacity are well appreciated by buyers in the rural market, especially in south India. TVS recently hiked the prices of the XL100 BS6 by Rs 1,000 to Rs 1,500.
TVS XL100 Price
The price of TVS XL100 starts at Rs. 41,790 and goes upto Rs. 53,623. TVS XL100 is offered in 5 variants – Comfort BS6, Heavy Duty BS6, Heavy Duty i Touch Start BS6, Comfort i-Touch Start BS6 and the top variant XL100 Heavy Duty i Touch Start Win Edition which comes at a price tag of Rs. 53,623.
TVS XL100 Specifications
The 99.7cc single-cylinder air-cooled motor is now fuel-injected and BS6-compliant, producing a humble 4.4PS/6.5Nm. This is exactly the same output as its BS4 predecessor. On the upside, fuel-injection means that fuel efficiency has gone up by a claimed 15 per cent. The engine is mated to a single-speed gearbox via a centrifugal clutch, meaning that no rider input is required for the transmission. The underbone frame is suspended on a conventional telescopic fork and twin shock absorbers. The Heavy Duty variants feature slightly beefier shock absorbers more suited to carrying heavy loads, while the Comfort variant features a softer setup. Braking is handled by 110mm drum brakes at both ends along with CBS. On the BS6 versions, weight is up by 3kg to 88 and 89kg on the Comfort and Heavy Duty variants respectively.
TVS XL100 Design
The basic design of the XL100 has remained the same for many decades now, with the same utilitarian moped look standing the test of time. The Heavy Duty variants feature a more rugged appearance with split seats and fork gaiters while the Comfort variant has a slightly more posh and urban design featuring a single seat in a dual-tone scheme.
TVS XL100 Features
The XL100 BS6 is reasonably well-equipped, coming with an ISG silent starter, engine kill switch, USB charger and an LED DRL. To comply with BS6 emission norms, the moped now also features fuel-injection, making it the most affordable fuel-injected two-wheeler available in India. For added convenience, TVS has thrown in a low fuel level warning light and check engine light on the cluster.
TVS XL100 Competitors
Being the only moped on sale in India the TVS XL100 has no direct competition. It goes up against affordable commuter motorcycles like the TVS Sport, Hero Splendor Plus and Bajaj CT100.
TVS XL100 Variants
The Heavy Duty variant is the tougher built of the two, with beefier rear shock absorbers and a sturdier rear wheel for higher load carrying capacity. It also gets split seats and fork gaiters. It is priced at Rs 40,990. The Comfort variant has a more premium appearance with an LED DRL, and a single-piece dual-tone seat. It costs Rs 43,510.The Heavy Duty Special Edition features the same hardware as the Heavy Duty variant but with dual-tone seats and chrome inserts. This variant sells for Rs 49,199, while the Winner Edition, with chrome accents, an exclusive navy blue colour scheme and dual-tone quilted seats, is priced at Rs 49,599…Read More
|XL100 Comfort BS699 cc . 80 kmpl||Rs. 41,790||View February Offers|
|XL100 Heavy Duty BS699 cc . 80 kmpl||Rs. 44,190||View February Offers|
|XL100 Heavy Duty i Touch Start BS699 cc . 80 kmpl||Rs. 51,191||View February Offers|
What is good and bad in XL100?
- XL100 PositivesGood luggage carrying capacity, Rugged design, Competitive pricing
- XL100 NegativesEngine lacks punch, Build quality is a little crude
- Expert’s ConclusionThe XL moped is what put TVS on the map all those years ago and it continues to be the most affordable petrol-powered two-wheeler even today. It’s rugged, dependable and fuss-free, but best suited to utilitarian roles.