TVS Motor Company today launched a new stylish bebek, TVS NEO NX in Mali, Africa. The bebek, manufactured in Jakarta, boasts of a reliable fuel-efficient engine, strong suspension, disc brake, front and rear carriers. The bebek, which is engineered for Africa, boasts of stylish graphics and thoughtful features such as USB mobile port for long distance riding.
Commenting on the introduction of the new vehicle, Mr. R. Dilip, Executive Vice President, International Business, TVS Motor Company said “TVS Motor Company has been present in Mali for over a decade with a strong product portfolio spanning across motorcycles, bebeks and three-wheelers. With the launch of TVS NEO NX, we are catering to a wide band of customers with a superior quality, robust, reliable bebek engineered for Africa by Jakarta. The stylish graphics coupled with superior performance and availability of affordable spares make TVS NEO NX a ‘Smart Choice’.”
TVS NEO NX is the smart choice for every customer and provides a hassle-free experience for daily commute as it is powered by a reliable and fuel-efficient 110cc motor producing 8.5 BHP of power and 8.5 Nm of torque mated to a semi-automatic 4-speed gearbox. The bebek is also equipped with 150 mm ground clearance, 17-inch wheel size, a strong suspension and disc brake system offering superior braking performance. For the youngsters, the 101.5 kg bebek is a wholesome package offering a strong body with striking aggressive look, new graphics and superior performance.
Additionally, the bebek offers superior quality and smart features like USB Mobile port, a technology that allows you to charge your cellphone during a trip, without having to wait until the destination. The NEO NX also has convenient features like a front carrier and a rear carrier.
It comes in a series of colour selection of Black-Blue, Black-Green, Black-Red, White-Blue, Black-Green, and Black-Red.
TVS NEO NX will be available across Mali, in over 30 touch points spanning across towns like Bamako, Kayes, Mopti, Segou, Sikasso, Koutiala and Kéniéba.