Ntorq v grazia v SR 125

An In­dian, an Ital­ian and a Ja­panese walk into a “fight club”...


The lat­est 125-cc pre­mium scoot­ers ex­change blows to prove their supremacy

In our last is­sue, we had done a comparo fea­tur­ing the Yamaha rayZr, Honda Grazia and aprilia sr150 and ex­plained why the 125-cc scooter seg­ment is grow­ing so rapidly. in this is­sue, we re­it­er­ate our point, for in the last few months the seg­ment has seen an­other bunch of funky new launches to cater to the in­creas­ing de­mand. Giv­ing stiff com­pe­ti­tion to the Grazia now is tVs’ first ever 125-cc scooter, the ntorq 125, and the younger sib­ling of the aprilia sr150, sr 125. so, here we are test­ing the three back to back to get you a de­fin­i­tive win­ner.

First things first. let’s look at the over­all ap­pear­ance. Park the scoot­ers next to one an­other and the ntorq stands out with its trendy new de­sign. it sure has the most unique de­sign, it

at­tracts plenty of eye­balls on the road and was clearly the crowd’s favourite dur­ing our photo shoot too. it of­fers the bright­est body colour op­tions, uses in­ter­est­ing tex­tures such as faux car­bon-fi­bre around the switches and foot-pegs, has red stitch­ing on the seat, and has the most ap­peal­ing rear de­sign. there are just too many parts of dif­fer­ent tex­tures and colours on the pan­els, which may not ap­peal to all. over­all, tVs have come up with a splen­did de­sign that should prove a big draw for the younger target au­di­ence.

the run­ner-up vote goes to the aprilia sr 125 for its no-non­sense sporty de­sign — es­sen­tially the same as the sr150. How­ever, a bunch of dif­fer­ent colour schemes do make the two sib­lings stand apart and we re­ally dig this new blue shade. Be­ing slim and tall, and on ac­count of its large wheels, this

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