A special edition of the TVS Ronin has been launched in India for Rs. 1.72 lakh

A special edition of the TVS Ronin has been launched in India for Rs. 1.72 lakh

There are visual upgrades and a new color scheme available for the TVS Ronin Special Edition; there are no mechanical improvements.

The goal of TVS Motor Company’s announcement today is to attract more customers during this holiday season by introducing the special edition of the Ronin to the domestic market. The TVS Ronin Special Edition is priced at Rs. 1,72,700 (ex-showroom) and comes with a number of improvements over the ordinary variant, over Rs. 3,000 more than the top-spec TD variant.

The color scheme Nimbus Grey is now available for the TVS Ronin Special Edition. When the retro-modern roadster first hit the market in July 2022, buyers reacted positively. In comparison to the current TD line, the Special Edition features updated body artwork that have a triple tone shade with grey serving as the major color, white serving as the secondary color, and a red stripe for contrast.

The side panels, alloy wheel rims, and fuel tank are all colored red. The motorcycle has a R logo design, and TVS Ronin branding is visible on the wheel rim. The headlamp bezel of the TVS Ronin Special Edition has a dark finish, while the lower part of the vehicle is completely black. It also comes with extras like a USB charging connector, a custom EFI cover, and a little flyscreen.

“As a passionate motorcyclist, there’s no telling where your ride will take you or what unexpected experiences you’ll encounter along the way – that’s where the TVS RONIN comes in with its modern-retro build and loaded features,” said Vimal Sumbly, Head Business – Premium, TVS Motor Company, during the launch. The TVS RONIN, the company’s first premium lifestyle motorcycle, was introduced last year.

The TVS Ronin Special Edition is powered by a 225.9 cc single-cylinder oil-cooled fuel-injected engine that produces 19.93 Nm of peak torque and a maximum power output of 20.1 horsepower at 7,750 rpm, all without any mechanical modifications. A five-speed transmission connects the powertrain, and a slip/assist clutch is included as standard equipment.

The motorcycle is supported by a seven-step preload adjustable monoshock at the back and 41 mm upside-down front forks. Front and rear disc brakes with a single-channel ABS system are in charge of stopping the vehicle.

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