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8 March 2018
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The perfect workhorse, TVS XL is known for its robust built quality and efficient engine. The XL 100 is powered by a bigger 99.7cc engine producing 6.3 Nm of torque at just 3500 rpm. It makes it easy to carry even heavier loads than the older version. It weighs just 80 kg and has no competition in the Indian market. Most importantly, TVS XL 100 carries a 4-stroke engine.Specifications

Price in Chennai – 27,890


Displacement 99.7 cc

Maximum Power 4.14 BHP @ 6000 rpm

Maximum Torque 6.3 NM @ 3500 rpm

No. of Cylinders 1

No. of Gears 1

Seat Height 770 mm

Ground Clearance 155 mm

Kerb/Wet Weight 80 kg

Fuel Tank Capacity 4 liters

Top Speed 60 km


Wheels and Tyres

Front Tyre 2.5 X 16

Rear Tyre 2.5 X 16

Front Wheel 16-inch

Rear Wheel 16-inch

Wheel Type Spoke

TVS 50 Air Engine


No. of Gears 1

Clutch Centrifugal Wet Type

Primary drive Single speed gearbox

Secondary Drive Roller chain drive


Front Brake 80mm Drum

Rear Brake 110mm Drum


Front Suspension Telescopic spring type hydraulic

Rear Suspension Swing arm with hydraulic shocks

Customer Review


This is my first ever ownership experience with a motor vehicle. It’s been a 25-year-old attachment with me and is very dear to my heart. The moped is so simple mechanically, that I can open almost anything and get it repaired even today. I have changed the piston rings, piston, clutch, reed valve, and even the carburetor. It has run some 28,000 km. Spares are somewhat a problem but TVS still keeps the supply flowing at its local dealership, M/s A.K. Gandhi & Co, Nagpur. The build quality is superb- each nut and bolt spell quality. There is no shoddy work on this little machine anywhere- thanks, TVS!

I have driven this moped, used it, abused it , maintained it, loved it and still cherish it. Mind you, the paintwork and the graphics are all original. It was so simple to drive it through the city’s thoroughfares till about a decade back, but now I feel it is too slow for the city traffic, though it still runs well and is very reliable.

The TVS 50 was launched sometime in 1981 and marked TVS’s first foray into two-wheeler manufacturing. The company was TVS Sundaram Clayton , the brake lines/ brake related spares making the arm of M/s TVS which later on became TVS Suzuki and now is in its latest avatar.



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