Oct 30, 2007

2 TVS "Star" Pariwaar..!! TVS launches its 110 cc Star City with CVTI Engine [Pics/Photos/Images]

TVS launches its new 110 cc CVTI Engine, Star City.. to join the Star Sport and the Star

TVS has launched its Star City with a new 110 cc CVTI Engine. It replaces the earlier 100 cc Star City. The details and Pics of the new Star City has been uploaded on the TVS Website.



New 110 cc CVTI Engine

    According to TVS, the CVTI stands for Charge Motion Variable Timing Intelligent engine. The CVTI technology is based on the principle of "Swirl and Tumble Induction".


    So what is this “Swirl” and “Tumble”.

    In very simple words, when the air-fuel mixture enters the combustion chamber, the combustion will be more complete if there is turbulence. Turbulence is created in the engine of the Star City by making the air-fuel mixture “Swirl” horizontally like a merry go round.


    The Bajaj XCD DTS-Si also incorporates the same “Swirl” feature but the new Star City also makes the air-fuel mixture “Tumble”, i.e rotate vertically while filling up the cylinder.

    This helps in uniform mixing of fuel and air to ensure efficient combustion for superior fuel economy and reduced emission.



Features on the New 110 cc TVS Star City

    The new Star City retains the electric start from the earlier 100 cc star City. It also features a new set of graphics which has the "leaping horse" from the TVS logo on its tank. The rear shocks are two way adjustable and the speedometer assembly has a blue backlit display.


Colors available for the 110 cc TVS Star City.. Blue and Red.



The 110 cc CVTI Star City is available in three trims of options to choose between Spoked and Alloy wheels and only Kick Start and Electric Start..



Other "Star" Siblings from TVS Stables..

The TVS 100 cc Star Sport



Colors of the Star Sport..
Blue, Black and Silver


The rustic cousin, the 100 cc TVS Star..



Technical Spefications of both the TVS Star and the TVS Star Sport are same..

The Technical Specifications of the 110 cc TVS Star City and 100 cc TVS Star Sport are..


Technical Specifications

Star City Star Sport

Engine

Type 4 Stroke, Air Cooled 4 Stroke, Air Cooled

Number of cylinders 1 1

Bore X Stroke 53.5 mm X 48.8 mm 51.0 x 48.8

Engine Displacement 109.7 cc 99.7 cc

Compression Ratio 9.8:1 9.15:1

Max. Net Power 6.1 kW (8.1 Bhp) @ 7500 rpm 5.50 kW (7.5 bhp) @ 7500 rpm

Max. Net Torque 8.1 Nm @ 5000 rpm 7.5 Nm @ 5000 rpm

Clutch Wet, Multi-Plate Wet, Multi-Plate

Transmission 4 speed, constant mesh 4 speed, constant mesh

Chasis

Type Single cradle, tubular Single cradle, tubular

Front Suspension Telescopic Forks, 105mm Stroke Telescopic Forks, 110mm Stroke

Rear Suspension Hydraulic, Co-axial spring, Triple rated, 2 way adjustable Hydraulic, 5 way adjustable

Front Brake 130mm Drum 130mm Drum

Rear Brake 130mm Drum 130mm Drum

Front Tyre 2.75 X18 tyre 2.75 X18 tyre

Rear Tyre 3.00 X18 tyre 3.00 X18 tyre

Fuel Tank 16 litres 12 litres

Fuel Reserve 2.5 litres 2 litres

Electricals

Ignition System VTi with high energy ignition system A/C Digital CDI

Head Lamp 12 V; 35/35 W 12 V; 35/35 W

Tail Lamp 12 V; 35/10 W 12 V; 5/21 W

Turn Signal Lamp 12 V; 10/10 W 12 V; 10/10 W

Dimensions

Length 2005mm 2005mm

Wheel Base 1250mm 1250mm

Ground Clearance 165mm 165mm

Weight

Spoke/Kick start 110 kg Alloy/Kick Start 99 kg

Spoke/Electric start 113 kg

Alloy/Electric start 115 kg





Pics and Tech Specs source: TVS Motor Website






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2 Comments:

Anas said...

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suresh kumawat said...

The TVS is awesome bike for users. It is bikes new stylish, excellent pickup power and good comfortable, for long drive. TVS star city provide complete information motorcycles price and full specification like wheelbase, Alloy wheel, great battery and many more.

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