Tuesday, August 17, 2010

TVS MAX 4R ready to hit rest of Indian streets

The new upgraded version of TVS MAX has already been introduced in Indore in last month, which is known as TVS Max 4R. The country's largest two-wheeler manufacturer, TVS Motor is now targeting to spread their new Max 4R by the launching across in India. The revamped version of MAX R is equipped with latest Bharat Stage III norms compliant. The popular Max R model of the company was discontinued owing to the Bharat Stage II norms in 2005. The new TVS Max 4R would be powered by 4-stroke, single cylinder, Air Cooled engine. The powertrain of TVS Max 4R produces a maddening power output of 8,4 Bhp @ 7500 rpm while generates peak torque of 8.3 Nm @ 5500 rpm from its 110cc engine capacity. It will also be available with both self and kick start option. TVS MAX 4R TVS Motors is presently having a good number of new 110cc two-wheelers such as TVS Star Sport, TVS Jive (auto-clutch motorcycles), TVS Wego. All these existing models are getting excellent response from the Indian buyers. In a bid to fight competition from another major two-wheelers makers in the Indian auto market, TVS Motor will bring back one of its strong motorcycles brands Max R. It has got a good capabilities to compete with another 110cc motorcycles including Hero Honda CD Dawn, Bajaj Platina, Honda CB Twister and Hero Honda CD Deluxe in the auto market. TVS has also added eye-catching graphics design, which may help to attract a large number of Indian buyers. TVS MAX 4R According to demand of strong bikes for carrying heavy load capacity in the rural market, the company has started production of TVS MAX 4R with heavy load capacity. It has additionally fitted with detachable rear seat, Four shock absorbers, wheel and indicator guards, which will be providing a great capacity of carrying heavy load. As per some news sources, the all new upgraded version of TVS Max R is expected to be priced range of around Rs 35,000. Besides, the company is also planning to launch new motorcycles including TVS Apache 220cc, TVS Neo and TVS Streak Hybrid.

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