The Radeon is TVS’s answer to the Hero Splendor. It offers quite a few features in an effort to deliver more value to the customer. Alloy wheels and an electric start are standard, but no front disc brake is available, even as an option.
The Radeon’s engine displaces nearly 110cc. This air-cooled single cylinder unit generates 8.3bhp and 8.7Nm. The company claims 69.3kpl under the World Motorcycle Test Cycle. The brakes are drums only but it does have TVS’s Combined Braking System. Features of this include a stand indicator with a beeper, a USB charging port and LED DRLs.
It also offers rubber tank grips like the Royal Enfield Classic does. The tank holds a maximum of 10 litres. TVS offers a 5-year warranty on the Radeon. It competes with the Hero Splendor iSmart 110, Honda Livo, and Bajaj Discover 125 on specs but if you consider pricing, it goes up against the Hero HF Deluxe Eco, Hero Splendor Plus and Bajaj Platina.