Spied – Indonesia-spec TVS Dazz continues testing in India

Posted on: Oct 15, 2014 - 1:25pm IST

Not likely to be launched in India.

The TVS Dazz 110 cc step-through (‘bebek’ in Indonesia) continues testing in India and here is a set of spyshots from Motorbeam.

TVS Dazz spied in India rear three quarter
The TVS Dazz is sold exclusively in the Indonesian market.

The automatic moped is manufactured and sold exclusively in Indonesia. The Dazz is at the entrance of TVS’ full-fledged lineup of bebeks that is populated with the Rockz 125, Neo XR and Tormax 150.

The test mule looks exactly similar to the existing model, suggesting that the Indian two-wheeler major is testing an updated powertrain package. The presence of the Dazz in India need not necessarily mean it is getting ready to enter the market. The step-through shares its 109.7 cc engine with a number of India-spec TVS products and hence a locally developed technology or a component could be on test.

TVS Dazz spied in India rear
The Dazz employs the 109.7 cc engine which also powers the Star City+, Max4R, Jupiter and Wego.

The single-cylinder air-cooled motor develops 8.34 bhp and 8.3 Nm of torque and is mated to a CVT. The front telescopic fork and a single-sided coil spring at the rear constitute the suspension system. The front wheel is retarded by a disc while the rear wheel settles for a drum brake.

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[Spy images from Motorbeam]

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3 thoughts on “Spied – Indonesia-spec TVS Dazz continues testing in India

  1. Amar says:

    Why can’t they launch this in India, As it creates a new segment

  2. Mathi says:

    i wonder why such bikes are not available in india. They seem to have a bigger wheel than scooters and should be more stable than scooters.

    1. Amar says:

      Yeah Even I felt the same, I guess it provides better riding comfort than scooters !


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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!