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Founded by TV Sundaram Iyengar in 1978, TVS Motor Company is probably one of the most common and reachable brand we must have heard. In the late 1990s, most of the houses had replaced the epic ‘Luna’ by TVS XL. It is a brand that is affordable to all Indians and a company that delivers nothing but quality. TVS fits perfectly to the current government’s motto, ‘make in India'. In the financial year 2016-17, the company had a revenue of Rs. 13,363 Crore, with an annual capacity of 3.2 million production capacity in two-wheelers and 1.2 lakh units in 3 wheelers.
It is not only an automobile company but TVS also engineers for aviation, education, electronics, and energy and spans its presence in finance, housing, insurance, investment, logistics and textiles. TVS is the third largest two wheeler manufacturer in the country and holds a position in the top 10 two wheeler manufacturers in the world. It has four manufacturing plants in 3 different places in the country, Hosur, Mysore, Nalagarh and one in Indonesia. Being the most trusted brand in the country, TVS manufactures the following two wheelers
A two wheeler insurance is a mandatory document that the owner of the vehicle has to own if he/she has purchased a vehicle.
Two wheeler insurance is majorly classified into two types available in two terms.
A third-party policy is a must purchase if you are not buying a comprehensive policy. It provides cover against the legal liabilities and financial expenditure if the owner of the insured vehicle causes damage or injury to the third-party. A comprehensive policy provides cover for both the owner and the vehicle for accident, third-party liability, natural calamities, man-made calamities, theft, burglary, etc.
There are a number of riders or optional covers available for comprehensive policy. Since riding on two wheeler is risky especially on Indian roads, a pillion rider cover can be purchased to ensure their safety as well in case of an accident. Other rider options are anti-theft device cover, zero-depreciation cover, roadside assistance cover, no-claim bonus cover, personal accident cover, key replacement cover and return to invoice cover.
Today, everything is digitised ad technology has made work easier and faster, while making humans lazy and physically inactive (in most cases). While you can buy insurance online, compare different insurers etc. the insurer also provides cashless claim facility which you can avail at any point in time day or night, if you have met with an accident or need mechanical assistance for the vehicle. The insurer will have tie-ups with a number of hospitals and garages in various locations where upon intimation can send assistance to your location.
The premium for two wheeler insurance is very affordable and for a small amount, the coverage provided is vast and beneficial. If you want to ride tension free and fines for not owning an insurance, purchase insurance today and secure your bike from unwanted damages and expenses.
Surely a number that defines the success of BMW in the country as well their partnership with Tamil Nadu two-wheeler Manufacturers TVS, the companies rolled out the 50,000 unit of the BMW G 310 from the hosur plant. Back in 2013, the companies shook hands for a joint venture and TVS motorcycles has been manufacturing BMW motorcycles for India and for the rest of the world. Just yesterday, both companies were glad to roll out their 50,000 unit of the G 310, a motivation to roll out their 500cc premier bikes, which are in sight. Commenting on the feat, the director of TVS motorcycles, Radhakrishnan said, it is heartening to see BMW’s foray into sub-500cc segment meet with positive response across the globe. We are delighted to be a part of this success story. He added by saying that, we are rolling out the 50,000 unit of our 310 series motorcycles in less than two years...reaffirms our decision to offer premium products for the sub-500cc segment. The G 310 hit showrooms across the world in 2016 and has since reached 90 countries across the globe including India. With an affordable price tag between Rs.3-3.5 lakh, the roll out of the 50,000 unit proves the success of the model.
14 December 2018
In what is proving to be a favorable month for automobile enthusiasts across the country with automobile manufacturers rolling out attractive offers and discounts, TVS has rolled out its latest 110cc model - the Radeon. Priced at Rs.48,000 plus (ex-showroom), the Radeon is competing with Honda’s CD 110, which is almost the same price range. With the target audience being youngsters, the Radeon has an attractive engine shape, has knee pads, a carrier for long riders, and a textured seat. The Radeon also comes with a twin pod analogue console, a USB port, side stand indicator, synchronised braking tech, duragrip tyres, and 18 inch alloys. The bike has a ground clearance of 180mm. Getting into the engine specifications, the engine is a 109.7cc duralife engine as 8.4PS of power at 7000 rpm and 8.7Nm of torque at 5000 rpm. The bike also has telescopic forks on the front of the bike and
5-step adjustable hydraulic shock absorbers at the rear. Lastly, coming with white, purple, beige and black color variants, the bike is priced at a reasonable Rs.48,000 plus.
28 August 2018
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