Max4R Specs & FeaturesMax4R Specs
Key specifications & features of the TVS Max4R. View engine specs, dimensions, safety and technology features in detail below
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The 2021 TVS MAX 4R is a basic, commuting bike that manages to kick up some style with its sporty looks. It’s one of the most practical and affordable bikes in the business backbone segment. The TVS MAX 4R is equipped with a 1-cylinder, 4-stroke, air-cooled, 110cc engine which produces 9 PS maximum power and 9 Nm peak torque. The motor is mated to a 4-speed manual transmission system. Major features of the motorcycle include an analog instrument cluster, pass switch, and halogen headlight and taillight. The bike runs on 17-inch wheels. The TVS MAX 4R is available in a single version.
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TVS Max4R Overview
Aimed at those riders (or to be specific, commuters) who want a simple mode of transport on two wheels to carry out their daily commutes from point A to point B, TVS has come up with a very basic commuter motorcycle, the Max4R. With a very simple design but rugged mechanicals, the TVS Max4R is one of the most affordable offerings from the India-based two-wheeler maker. The motorcycle has been made available in a single variant and is offered in a single shade of black.
TVS Max4R Design
The TVS Max4R clearly follows the ‘function over form’ philosophy, and that is very evident from the way it looks – and it looks too basic and cheap. The very simple frills-free design clearly is not something which can be termed as youthful but should work well for those who clearly are not after the aspect of good looks or design as a whole.
The simple and very basic styling of the TVS Max4R starts off with a small and round headlamp at the front, which has got chrome surround and gets amber-coloured turn indicators fitted on either sides. As in every other basic entry-level commuter motorcycle, the TVS Max4R too gets a chrome-finished front fender over the skinny front tire.
The TVS Max4R looks quite basic from the side profile as well, however, the Max4R tries to look bigger than others with its bigger side body panels and fuel tank, both of which are well designed and get nice body decals. The engine, as well as exhaust pipe, have been given black treatment, with the latter getting a functional chrome shield over it. The bits which further make the TVS Max4R look basic and built to cost are spoke wheels and the absence of functional rear side body panels below the pillion seat.
The TVS Max4R has been blessed with split seats, both of which are fairly big and nicely cushioned. The pillion seat can be detached, and the tubular flat board placed below it can be then utilized as a luggage carrier. The tubular pillion grab rail extends well over the simple looking tail lamp cluster, which too gets amber turn indicators adjacent to it, like on the front.
The instrument console of the TVS Max4R too follows a very simplistic approach, with its two-pod layout having analog dials for speedometer and odometer in the left pod and basic warning lights in the right one. The TVS Max4R gets very basic switchgear as well, which again feels as if it is built to a cost.
TVS Max4R Ride & Handling
TVS has given the Max4R simplest of mechanical components, which might sound too basic but are sturdy enough for a motorcycle of this class. The TVS Max4R gets hydraulic telescopic forks at the front and dual hydraulic coil springs on either sides, the latter of which is segment-first and gives a rock-solid heavy-duty feel to the chassis of the motorcycle. The braking aspect of the TVS Max4R is taken care of by drum brakes on both ends.
TVS Max4R Engine & Fuel Consumption
The TVS Max4R has been armed with an in-house developed four-stroke, single-cylinder, air-cooled, carbureted, 124.53cc engine. This engine is basically the same unit that powers the ZT 125 motorcycle, however, here it is in a detuned form. The engine here is paired to a 4-speed gearbox and pumps out 8.3 PS of maximum power and 8.3 Nm of peak torque.
TVS Max4R Braking & Safety
The TVS Max4R is a built-to-cost motorcycle, and in an attempt to keep the cost as low as possible, the more premium safety features have been skipped altogether in the motorcycle.
TVS Max4R Verdict
The TVS Max4R might appeal as a very basic and undesirable motorcycle at first glance, thanks to its uninspiring design and lack of features. However, move past the looks of it, and the TVS Max4R comes across as a very durable motorcycle for heavy-duty usage purposes. While the 125cc engine is potent and torquey for daily usage cycle, the suspension feels rock solid and very durable to carry even the heaviest of the loads.
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What is the TVS Max4R Price in Philippines?
The TVS Max4R price Philippines starts from ₱49,900 and goes upto ₱49,900.
What is the Lowest Monthly Installment for TVS Max4R in Philippines?
The lowest monthly installment for TVS Max4R in Philippines starts from ₱855 with Down Payment ₱10,000 for 60 Months.
What is the Fuel Tank Capacity of TVS Max4R?
The Fuel Tank Capacity of TVS Max4R is 16 L.
What is the Engine Displacement of TVS Max4R?
The Engine Displacement of TVS Max4R is 124.53 cc.
What is the Ground Clearance of of TVS Max4R
The Ground Clearance of TVS Max4R is 165 mm.