TVS Ronin 225 India Launch Highlights: Everything You Need to Know!

TVS Ronin 225 : The all-new TVS Ronin has been launched in India at a starting price of Rs 1.49 lakh (showroom price). It is available in three trims – single tone, dual-tone, and triple-tone – and has a 225.9cc, single-cylinder, oil-cooled engine that generates 20 horsepower and 19.9 Nm of torque.

TVS Ronin 225

TVS Ronin 225 India Launch Highlights

The torque curve is flat and provides plenty of low and mid-range torque, which makes shifting less frequent, according to the manufacturer. The engine is tuned to provide a lot of torque from the bottom up. It is mated with a 5-speed gearbox with slip and assist clutch.

The Ronin is available in three distinct trims, each with distinct ABS settings. The base and mid trims feature single-channel ABS, while the top trim offers dual-channel ABS.

The bike also includes two ABS modes: Urban and Rain. The front and rear brakes are equipped with 300mm disc brakes and 240mm disc brakes, respectively. You also receive 9-spoke, 17-inch alloy wheels with tubeless tyres. The tyres were specially developed for the Ronin in addition to them.

The digital, single-pod instrument cluster comes with connectivity features and even supports voice commands. TVS Ronin has a high ground clearance of 181mm and a seat height of 795mm. A circular LED headlamp is positioned at the front, while a sleek LED taillight is positioned at the rear. It also includes sleek LED turn indicators that match the other components of the bike.

The company has revealed the Ronin’s new pricing for India, which is Rs 1,49,000. The motorcycle will be available in three models. Here is the list of prices for the Ronin: 1,55,500, 1,68,750, and 1,49,000.

The scrambler-style design of this Hosur-based firm’s new model brings a round headlights at the front with an integrated DRL, an asymmetrical instrument cluster, a teardrop-shaped fuel tank, an all-black engine cover, a single-piece saddle, and a side-slung exhaust with a dual-tone finish.

Full-LED lighting and a Bluetooth-enabled instrument cluster are among the feature list in addition to upside-down front forks, a preload-adjustable rear monoshock, disc brakes on both wheels, and a dual-channel ABS.

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