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TVS Scooty streak Reviews

Posted on: January 27, 2009

TVS has now come up with a scooter called ‘Scooty streak’ after its enduring success with scooty pep Scooty streak is the TVS attempt to conquer the 100 cc plus scooter customer.

Scooty streak is a 87.8cc four-stroke scooter which is positioned above the scooty and targets the urban customers. The looks of the scooter are more or less retained the same as the basic TVS Scooty, which means the Scooty streak will not be a full- bodied scooter but Still Scooty Streak has many features to attract the urban scooter riders.

(more… )( TVS Scooty Streak Technical Specifications )


With the scooty streak, TVS hopes to widen its customer base, since the 90cc TVS Scooty has always been associated with women so with the 100cc plus scooty streak TVS could bring in male customers into the fold. The new TVS Scooty Streak is launched in 5 colors; black, red, blue, pink and mauve.

Scooty streak is a typical gearless scooter with a prominent snout, handlebar mounted headlamp, multi-purpose die-cast rear grab rail and contoured seats. Both the mirrors are fitted into body-colored frames so will have more appeal. The footboard is flat and comfortable.

TVS Scooty Streak comes with a razor sharp, sleek unisex styling features sharp head lamps and LED tail-lamps. TVS has provided the Scooty streak with total aluminum absorbers to give that bump-free ride on crater-filled city roads.

Scooty streak also comes with broad anti-skid tyres that provide enhanced wet braking stability and is equipped with an external fuel fill at the rear for refueling. Mobile charger and a lockable front glove box are the other usable features in the new scooty streak.
According to TVS “the new LiTech engine makes the Scooty Streak light, zippy and the most fuel efficient bike in its class”.

(more… )( TVS Scooty Streak Technical Specifications )

Source: Pricewale.com

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2 Responses to "TVS Scooty streak Reviews"

As per TVS website it is just the same 80+ CC engine and not a 100 CC as mentioned in the article

Hi Krishna,

Yes, Thanks for the correction. Its 87.8cc.

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