Report – TVS Star HLX 125 launched in Tanzania

Posted on: Jun 23, 2014 - 4:21pm IST

TVS Motor Company has introduced the Star HLX 125 motorcycle in Tanzania. The TVS Star HLX 125 has been developed with needs of the African market in mind.

TVS Star HLX 125 Tanzania studio image
TVS Star HLX 125

The bike is based on the TVS Max 4R that is available in India but ditches the 110 cc engine in favor of a 125 cc ‘EcoThrust’ unit. Power output stands at 11 hp and the automaker claims a fuel economy of 60 km/l.

TVS is promoting the motorcycle as the “Ultimate Earning Machine” as it targets the popular Boda Boda (two-wheeler taxi) segment in the country. The Star HLX 125 is claimed to offer best financial returns to the Boda Boda riders.

TVS Max 4R
Image of the India-spec TVS Max 4R is added for reference.

The low cost bike is equipped with an electric starter, alloy wheels, long seat and interestingly, a third pair of integrated foot rests. Two color options namely Flame Red and Polyester Blue are available.

TVS has been exporting its products to over 60 countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America. The brand has built up presence in the African continent with models such as the Star, Max, Victor, Apache RTR and Jive.

In related news, TVS has launched a new motorcycle in Indonesia called the Max 125 which is basically the Star City with the Phoenix’s 125 cc engine.

TVS Star HLX 125 launched in Tanzania – Press Release

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2 thoughts on “Report – TVS Star HLX 125 launched in Tanzania

  1. Willy Barasa Sifuna says:

    Hi! I’ve HLX 125. It is doing well. Which quality of oil do you recommend and after how kms?

    1. Dear Willy, thanks for writing in. I believe the authorized service center in your city or region would be able to give you the correct answer to this question. Service intervals can differ from region to region, and hence it is recommended you get in touch with the local workshop who is trained on this issue.


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As a toddler, those wheeled machinery fascinated me even before I knew what they’re called as! So here I'm, petrolhead by birth, Mechanical engineer by qualification and automotive reporter by profession!