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Flex-Fuel Powered TVS Raider 125 FFT Debuts, Compatible With Up To E85 Ethanol Blend
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Flex-Fuel Powered TVS Raider 125 FFT Debuts, Compatible With Up To E85 Ethanol Blend

News by Team Drivio | 7th Feb 24

Barring new graphics and internal changes to the engine for flex-fuel compatibility, the TVS Raider 125 FFT remains unchanged over the standard version.

  • The new TVS Raider 125 FFT is compatible with ethanol blends from E20 to E85. 
  • The single-cylinder, air-cooled, 124.8cc engine continues to make 11.2 bhp of power and 11.2 Nm of torque. 
  • The Raider 125 flex-fuel version gets a new black-based colour with green graphics. 

At the recently concluded Bharat Mobility Expo 2024, TVS showcased the flex-fuel-powered Raider 125 FFT. As the name suggests, the new TVS Raider 125 FFT uses the brand’s self-developed flex-fuel technology, enabling it to operate with up to E85 – ethanol blends up to 85 per cent. The conventional TVS Raider 125, competes with the likes of Hero Xtreme 125R, Bajaj Pulsar 125NS and Honda SP125. 

SpecificationTVS Raider 125 FFT 
EngineAir-cooled, single-cylinder, 124.8cc
Maximum power11.2 bhp @ 7,500 rpm
Maximum torque11.2 Nm @ 6,000 rpm
Transmission5-speed

The single-cylinder, air-cooled, 124.8cc engine of the TVS Raider has been retained for this new version of the motorcycle, and here too, it claims similar performance numbers – 11.2 bhp of maximum power and 11.2 Nm of maximum torque. However, with the new fuel flex technology, the engine can now operate on all ethanol and petrol blends from E20 to E85.

The overall design of the TVS Raider 125 FFT remains unchanged over the standard version of the motorcycle. However, it wears a new black and green paint scheme, along with green stripes on its alloy wheels. Even the rest of the mechanical hardware, including suspension, wheels and tyres, remains unchanged over the standard Raider 125. 

The TVS Raider 125 FFT also comes with premium features like an all-LED headlamp and tail lamp, a full-LCD instrument console with Bluetooth connectivity and a combined braking system.

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