TVS has announced free service and warranty extensions for its consumers in India following the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Because of the quickly changing situation of coronavirus. The entire world is under full lockdown at least until April 14, 2020. This measure takes by the Indian Government to encourage social distancing and curtail the spread of the deadly virus. As a result, people will not be able to have their cars serviced on schedule. During the new shutdown period. The use the warranty benefits.
TVS has declared as a consolation for these customers that the free vehicle services due between March and April 2020 have been made redeemable until June 2020. Also, TVs has extended the expiry date to 30 June 2020 for the cars whose warranty expires between 1 March 2020 and 30 April 2020. The AMC services due between March and April 2020 will also be redeemable through June 2020.
Besides that, TVS has also announced that it will continue to offer Road Side Assistance (RSA). Anywhere it could be lawfully necessary. The toll-free number of the company will also remain available to answer questions and complaints of customers.
In other headlines, TVS released the XL 100 BS6 at a starting price of INR 42.362 (ex-showroom, Mumbai) in India. TVS reports that the latest BS6-compliant engine gives the XL 100 15 percent more fuel. The BS6 TVS Apache RTR 180 was also introduced in silence. With the BS6 update, TVS Apache RTR 180 has acquired a fuel-injection system, oil-cooler, and GTT (Glide Through Traffic) technology. It now retailed at INR 1.01 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).
TVS XL 100 BS6 with 15 percent more kilometers, INR 42,362 priced.
In India, TVS XL 100 BS6 was launched at a starting price of INR 42.362*. TVS submits that the latest BS6-compliant engine gives the XL 100 15 percent more mileage than the BS4 variant.
Powering the latest TVS XL 100 BS6 is an improved variant of the single-cylinder, 4-stroke, air-cooled 99.7 cc TVS 100 BS4 engine. TVS also introduced a fuel-injection system, which it calls EcoThrust Fuel Injection Technology (ETFi), to make the engine compliant with the new and more rigorous BS6 emission requirements.