TVS StaR City now 110cc







The 110 cc StaR City is targeted at both the urban and rural motorcycle customers who are on the look out for a powerful, compact motorcycle. The bike has been built to deliver a solid four stroke performance with effortless maneuverability that will give customers the edge to tackle busy traffic with absolute ease. The new 110 cc StaR City comes in eye pleasing colours with new refreshing graphics, which adds to the contemporary design of the motorcycle. Its styling is superior with the bike having a bigger and sportier look with a new speed console and with the legendary StaR assurance of a 5 year warranty a reassurance of top quality undertaking  by the company.



StaR City 110 motorcycle

Engine
Displacement 109.7 cc
Engine technology CVTi, 4 Stroke
Max. Power (Kw@rpm) 6.1 kw @ 7500 ( 8.2 bhp @ 7500 )
Max. Torque (Nm@rpm) 8.1 Nm @ 5000
Gear Box 4 Gear constant mesh
Clutch Multi-Plate Wet Type
Bore x stroke (mm) 53.5 x 48.8
Compression Ratio 9.8:1
Carburettor VM Type - Keihin / Spaco

Wheels & Tyre
Wheel Type Die cast Alloy / Spoke wheel
Tyre - Front 2.75 x 18, Rear 3.0 x 18
Brakes Drum 110 dia
Suspension
Front Telescopic Hydraulic fork, Rear Hydraulic Triple rated, 2 way adjustable

Electricals
Head lamp 12V 35/35 W - Halogen
Tail lamp 12V 21W / 5W
Turnsignal lamp 12V 10W/10W
Battery type & capacity 12 V - 5 Ah(ES), 12V - 2.5Ah(KS)
Ignition system High Energy CDI System

Dimensions
Height 1095 mm
Length 2005 mm
Width 750 mm
Wheelbase 1250 mm
Ground Clearance 165 mm
Kerb weight 110 kgs(KS-Spoke), 113kg(ES-Spoke), 115kg(ES-Alloy)
Fuel Tank Capacity 16.0 Litre
Fuel reserve 2.5 Litre

Performance
Max. speed 85 Kph





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1 comments:

  vicky

January 29, 2009 at 10:43 AM

TVS Star city is a new 110cc CVTi engine with VTi technology A few important tweaks have been done to the 4-stroke and air-cooled 99.7cc single overhead camshaft-driven motor. Engine is sturdy and the bike delivers 7.5bhp at 7500rpm. The kerb weight of the vehicle is 108kg and the major changes made on the bike include a keihin carburetor as well as adding on roller rocker-arm followers

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