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A teaser from TVS suggests that the commuter will now come with an LED headlight
- The 109.7cc single-cylinder engine will be fuel-injected.
- There might be a minute loss in power.
- Expect a price hike of Rs 7,500 over the BS4 model.
Continuing its spree of launches, TVS is likely to launch the BS6-compliant version of the Star City Plus by the end of this month. Although the company’s latest teaser on its social media platforms doesn’t reveal much, it does suggest that the new bike will get a LED headlight. This update is expected to arrive at a price hike of Rs 7,500 over the outgoing model.
Design changes are not going to be aplenty. Aside from the LED headlight, the overall design of the commuter would remain fairly conventional.
The 109.7cc single-cylinder engine currently produces 8.4PS and 8.7Nm. However, this engine is carburetted. With the BS6 emission norms, TVS will be kitting this engine out with the Ecothrust fuel injection technology that you also find on the BS6-compliant Jupiter Classic. We might see a slight drop in power output but we will know more about the specs once the bike has been launched.
The Star City Plus will go up against the Hero Splendor iSmart (which is already BS6-compliant), Honda Livo and Bajaj Platina 110 H-Gear.
Source Name : www.zigwheels.com