The 124.8 cc, air-cooled engine of the TVS Fiero 125 produces 11.2 Nm of maximum torque at 6,000 rpm and 11.22 horsepower at 7,500 rpm. In contrast, the 123.95 cc air-cooled engine on the Honda SP 125 produces 10.72 horsepower at 7,500 rpm and 10.9 Nm at 6,000 rpm.
These two motorcycles each have a five-speed transmission. These numbers demonstrate that the Fiero has a slight advantage over the Honda SP in terms of power. However, TVS asserts that in its normal mode mode, the Fiero 125 has the segment’s greatest acceleration.
Telescopic forks, and a gas-charged mono-shock are features of the TVS Fiero 125. On the SP 125, however, telescopic forks with dual shock absorbers adjustable in five steps are used.
The TVS Fiero 125‘s braking system includes a 240 mm front petal disc brake, a rear drum brake, and standard synchronised braking. Standard brakes on the Honda SP 125 are drum brakes. However, buyers can choose to upgrade to 240 mm front disc brakes, albeit at a higher cost.
The TVS Fiero 125 costs around Rs 70,000 to Rs 90,000. On the other hand, the Honda SP 125 gets priced at 78,381 for the drum brake version and 82,677 for the disc brake version.
A 124.8cc, single-cylinder, air and oil-cooled engine with fuel injection technology that complies with BS6 powers the new TVS Fiero 125, producing 11.2 Nm of maximum torque at 6,000 RPM and 11.3 HP of power at 7,500 RPM.
On the other hand, the Bajaj Pulsar NS 125 comes with a 124.45cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled, fuel-injected engine that complies with BS6. This motor produces 11 Nm of maximum torque at 7,000 RPM and 12 HP power at 8,500 RPM.
Both bikes have a 5-speed manual transmission.
The new TVS Fiero 125 and the Bajaj Pulsar NS 125 get equipped with telescopic front forks and a gas-charged mono-shock at the back.
Both motorcycles have a drum brake in the back for braking purposes. The TVS Fiero 125 is available with a disc and a drum brake unit, while the Pulsar NS 125 only has a disc brake at the front. Additionally, these motorcycles include a combined brake system and 17-inch tubeless tyres.
The TVS Fiero 125 has many more features than the Pulsar NS 125, including an all-digital meter cluster packed with useful data, compared to the NS 125’s rudimentary semi-digital semi-analogue console.
The Bajaj Pulsar NS 125 is offered in a single variant and is currently priced in India at Rs 1.04 Lakh, whereas the yet-to-launch TVS Fiero 125 costs around Rs 70,000 to Rs 90,000.
An entirely new 124.8cc, single-cylinder, air and oil-cooled engine with fuel injection technology powers the new TVS Fiero 125. The engine’s highest power output is 11.3 HP at 7500 RPM, and its maximum torque is 11.2 Nm at 6000 RPM.
A 124.7cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine with fuel injection technology powers the new Hero Glamour 125. The BS6 engine produces 10.6 HP and 10.6 Nm maximum power and torque.
Both the bike gets connected to a 5-speed manual transmission.
The new TVS Fiero 125 gets telescopic forks at the front, while it gets a mono-shock absorber at the rear. The Hero Glamour 125, on the other hand, get telescopic forks at the front and dual spring-loaded shock absorbers at the rear.
The brand-new TVS Fiero 125 is 2070 mm long, 785 mm wide, and 1028 mm tall. It features a huge ground clearance of 180 mm and a wheelbase of 1326 mm.
2051 mm in length, 743 mm in breadth, and 1074 mm in height make up the new Hero Glamour 125. It boasts a huge 180 mm ground clearance and a wheelbase of 1273 mm. Besides this, the TVS Fiero has more sophisticated features than the Hero Glamour 125.
The Hero Glamour 125 is currently priced in India at around Rs 80,000, whereas the yet-to-launch TVS Fiero 125 costs around Rs 70,000 to Rs 90,000