TVS Ntorq 125 Vs Honda Activa 125 FI comparison
Compare TVS Ntorq 125 and Honda Activa 125 FI
Trying to figure out which of these bikes or scooters to buy? Compare the TVS Ntorq 125 Vs Honda Activa 125 FI on carandbike to make an informed buying decision as to which bike to buy in 2020. This comparison has been carried out on the basis of prices, engine specifications, mileage, and features of these two-wheelers.
The ex-showroom, New Delhi price of the TVS Ntorq 125 starts at ₹ 65,975 and goes up to ₹ 69,975 for the fully-loaded model. On the other hand, the price of the base version of the Honda Activa 125 FI starts at ₹ 68,042 and goes up to Rs. ₹ 75,042 for range topping model.
As for the claimed fuel efficiency, the TVS Ntorq 125 base engine returns 60 kmpl. The Honda Activa 125 FI base returns 45 kmpl.
In the powertrain department, the TVS Ntorq 125 gets bhp Petrol engine, whereas the Honda Activa 125 FI comes in bhp Petrol engine.
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