BS IV Compliant 2017 TVS Wego Launched In India At ₹ 50,434

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  • The 2017 TVS Wego now gets a BS IV compliant motor
  • The new Wego gets 2 new colour options - Metallic Orange & T-Grey
  • There have been no mechanical changes made to the 2017 TVS Wego

TVS Motor Company has introduced the 2017 Wego scooter with BS IV compliance in the country, priced at ₹ 50,434 (ex-showroom, Delhi). The new Wego has also received subtle updates, in addition to two new colour options. TVS says that the scooter will be available at select dealerships across India.

With no mechanical changes, the 2017 TVS Wego continues to use the same 110 cc CVT-i engine tuned to produce 8 bhp of power and 8 Nm of torque. The scooter also gets USB charging port with the latest update. With respect to the colour options, the new Wego BS IV is now available in - Metallic Orange and T-Grey shades.

The scooter also comes with silver oak panels while the seat cover is now finished in dual tone colours. The Wego carries over its salient features like the fully digital instrument console and sync braking system on the refreshed model.

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2017 TVS Wego T-Grey

Speaking on the launch of the 2017 TVS Wego, TVS - Vice President, Marketing-Scooter, Aniruddha Haldar said, "TVS Wego stands testament to TVS Motor Company's unwavering focus on quality. It has cemented its position at the top of the 2016 JD Power Quality survey for the second year in a row. There is no greater recognition than that which is based on user feedback. As a customer-centric organisation, we are celebrating with our discerning customers through the new refreshed series."


The Wego is the first of TVS scooters to go the BS IV route, and more models are expected to join the line-up in the following weeks. In a previous statement, the two-wheeler manufacturer had said, "TVS Motor Company is a responsible corporate citizen and is fully supportive of a better environment for our customers, employees and stakeholders. We are fully geared up to meet Government's new BS IV emission guidelines."

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