TVS Star City Alloy Wheels

TVS Star City Alloy Wheels


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Ex-Showroom Price

₹ 43,400
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Colour Options and Price in India
Bike Variant 2014 TVS Star City Alloy Wheels
Availability Status in India Discontinued
2-Wheeler Type Commuter
Latest Price in India 2014 TVS Star City Alloy Wheels price was Rs 43,400 before being discontinued.
Fuel Type Petrol
Colour Options 'Electric Green', 'Bold Blue', Red Blaze, 'Gold Spark', 'Silver Strike' and 'Crimson Flash'.
Official Tagline Style Ka Naya Star
Engine Details 109.7cc, OHC
Cooling Air Cooling
Engine cc (Displacement) 109.7 cc
Maximum Power 8.2 Bhp @ 7500 rpm
Maximum Torque 8.1 Nm @ 5000 rpm
Number of Cylinders 1
Number of Gears 4
Clutch Wet, Multi plate
Front Brake 130mm Drum
Rear Brake 110mm Drum
Wheel Size 2.75x18 - 3.00x18
Wheel Type Alloys
Tubeless Tyres
Alloy Wheels
0-60 kmph 7.00 secs
Front Suspension Telescopic Forks
Rear Suspension Hydraulic, Coaxial springs
Frame (Chassis) Single Cradle Tubular
Overall Length 2005.00 mm
Ground Clearance 165.00 mm
Wheelbase 1240.00 mm
Kerb Weight 115.00 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity 16.00 litres
Speedometer Analogue
Tachometer None
Trip Meter None
Fuel Gauge Analogue
Pass Light
Battery Type Maintenance Free
Head Light 12V, 35W/35W
Electric Start
Pillion Footrest
Step-up Seat/Split Seat

TVS Star City Alloy Wheels Review

03 Nov, 2015 11:00 AM

Quick Review by Maxabout Team

Star City is currently the largest selling bike of TVS in our Indian bike market. The bike has been doing really well for the past few years. Now, looking at the new stylish competitors, TVS has re-launched their reliable product. Let’s figure out the new changes.

Design and Style

Its grown-up appearance has always been a big advantage for this bike. TVS Star City looks well composed in comparison to its rivals. The bike now receives new cosmetic changes while its basic design remains intact. Star city now follows the all black theme with fascinating dual tone graphics. Its front forks, fender, engine, brake pedal, muffler with heat protector and rear grab rail are now painted in black color which complements its all color schemes. The front fender now features cool graphics on it which makes this bike look aerodynamic. The revised tinted visor and headlight adds charm to this bike with its new clear lens indicators. The cowl receives new graphics and the face of the bike now looks different than before. Its fuel tank and side panels are the same but visually look fresh thanks to the addition of new graphics. There are no major changes at the back as you can still notice its familiar tail light. The rear fender is short and wide carries a set of side indicators and displays the number plate and reflector light on it.

Instrument Console

TVS has worked on the instrument console of Star City as now it comes with a standard backlit feature. The twin circular dials of this bike carries analogue Speedometer and Fuel gauge respectively. The dial with speedometer also houses an analogue odometer while you can also notice other indicators in this instrument console. The bike also gets a mobile charging point which is a unique feature in itself.

Engine and Gearbox

TVS has powered Star City with a 4-stroke 110cc engine. This engine is mated with a four-speed manual gearbox with all gears down shift pattern. This air-cooled engine generates a peak power and torque output of 8.2 bhp and 8.1 Nm which arrives at 7500 and 5000 rpm respectively.

Acceleration and Performance

This engine is certainly better than any 100cc bike available in India. It’s more powerful and responsive than any of its competitors. The early torque and power production of this engine plays a vital role in the performance of this engine. Its ample amount of torque reduces the gear shifts and you get a stress free ride in city traffic. The gear ratios are also short which makes it feel peppier than others. The throttle response makes it an enthusiast. The bike does 0-60km/hr in less than seven seconds. The light weight of this bike helps it to get a respectable power to weight ratio and that’s quite evident on highways. It can go pass the speed of 95km/hr but from here on, this engine turns really noisy. There are very less vibrations in this engine and it feels better than Bajaj Discover 100 in terms of engine refinement. In fact its gear transitions are also very smooth and better than many other bikes but we don’t think TVS can beat the Honda bikes. Their refinement level is far better than Star City but that’s only evident at high speeds.


Expect Star City to return a fuel efficiency of around 60km/ltr in city conditions. The bike saves more fuel on highways and may return you a mileage of around 65-68km/ltr. The company claimed mileage of Star City is 83kmpl under standard test conditions.

Comfort while Driving

TVS Star City is a commuter bike with front set foot-pegs and wide handle bar. The handle bar is placed a bit low which gives comfort to your shoulders on long journeys. The wide and long seat of Star City can easily be occupied by two adults. This seat is well stuffed and positioned. The knees lie around its full size fuel tank while you get a good palm grip on its handlebar. The bike features an electric start for you comfort which avoids kicking frequently.

Storage Space and Safety Features

TVS Star City has under seat storage space. The bike comes with safety features like rear saree guard, front leg guard, pass button and powerful headlight.

Suspension and Brakes

The front suspension system of Star City still features telescopic oil damped forks but TVS has worked on the settings of its rear suspension. The bike gets first in its class rear shock absorber with ride switch. It has 2-way adjustable hydraulic rear shock absorbers which can be adjusted by the rider by a switch. The braking system of this bike still lacks an optional front disc brake. It features drum brakes on its both wheels. It has a front drum brake of 130mm while its rear drum brake is of 110mm.

Ride and Handling

TVS Star City is a very comfortable bike which offers commuters friendly ride and handling. It can be steered easily in city traffic and handles as per your need. Even on highways, the bike follows the command. It’s a light weight bike which can easily be controlled by the set of drum brakes. The suspension system of this bike is better than most of its rivals and manages to give you comfortable rides on our Indian roads. Moreover, its high ground clearance of 165mm makes sure that no high obstruction bothers you. The ride quality of this bike would have been much better if it had a longer wheelbase. The bike still lacks stability at high speeds due to its wheelbase of 1240mm. Things get even worse around sharp corners as its skinny tyres are unable to hold the road properly.


TVS Star City is available in six attractive shades: 'Electric Green', 'Bold Blue', Red Blaze, 'Gold Spark', 'Silver Strike' and 'Crimson Flash'.


Its variant with alloy wheels and self-start is priced at INR 43.4K (ex-showroom, Delhi (approx., may vary)). Undoubtedly, this bike is a complete value for money bike. TVS has priced this bike way below its competitors like Hero Passion X-Pro and Honda Dream Yuga. The new variant has all essential features and looks better than before. Moreover, its fuel efficient engine is very responsive and commuter friendly. The new variant has improved significantly and we hope this bike to continue its golden run in our Indian bike market.

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User Reviews for TVS Star (2014)

Reviews Submitted by Maxabout Community

TVS Star City

saeed abdus | One year ago
helpful 8

It's a very good commuter bike. ride quality is overall good. it is suitable for all ages. mileage is very good . engine sound is very good. start vibration after 40km/h.handling is not so bad. price is not so high..quite affordable. it's a long lasting bike after all. not at all stylish..but those who don't care about style can go for it.. good luck

Best Features: Mileage is super

Pros: Mileage is very good. sounds good

Cons: Wheelbase needs to expand

Value For Money
Customer Service

TVS Star City Alloy Wheels Comments

User Comments
9 years ago

TVS Star city 110 CC 2013 model. Rear shock absorber with adjustment not functioning properly from the beginning. Not happy with it

Rajesh Patel-Vadodara
10 years ago

I had purchased TVS STAR CITY SPOKE in Nov-2005, I got 84 KMPL average after completed 1st service. My daily average usage is 12-15 KM as i had completed 38000 KM since purchased. There is no often maintenance, i can say ZERO maintenance in other words. My so many relatives advices me to change or replace it by new one, but i does not want do so. It's really good performer, good looking and stronger bike. Its stronger being seen in advertisement riding of Indian cricket team on a single bike and leading by M. Dhoni.

10 years ago

I Have bought this bike on 19th Dec 2013 and completed first service.. I Must Say That Very perfect and Good Commuter Bike... It Gives Around 65KMPL in City Conditions.. We have went for road trip before first service around 200kms, it has given around 78KPML... That is huge... I Must Say that it is very city friendly Bike.. One thing we need to Mention that The Head Light of this bike is Absolutely Marvelous...

Keshav Vamsi
10 years ago

I am Keshav Vamsi, My father use TVS star city from 2008. So, far Bike covered 48000 km without any major change on spares. I love this bike and I recommend to my friends.

11 years ago

looks is also attractable

11 years ago

this bike is having good mileage with a 109cc engine

11 years ago

i have purchased new bik star city .it is good in average but it has also a problem in rear suspension i.e its back shokers are not good the bike seems to be touching ground on gigs are speed breakers i discussed it with service station in udhampur (j& k but all in vain as all vehicles are suffering like this and have a similar problem. please remove this problem only then vehicle get success.

saifudheen chathalloor
11 years ago

hello sharma.. buy with confidently tvs star city.. am shure you like this. good mileage, powerful, Low maintenance cost. especially best pulling.. i like star city.

saifudheen chathalloor
11 years ago

hi.. am saifudheen from malappuram kerala. i have a star city. it is very strong & good performance. i like this bike.

11 years ago

I have been using Star City since 2007 without any hassle. The bike now has run more than 56000 kms. Its very good, comfortable, almost maintenance free and fuel efficient. Only thing is that if any spare need to change, either you need to go to their authorised outlets or have to check 5-6 auto spare shops, spares availability is less as compared to Hero or Honda spares, which you can find anywhere in market.

11 years ago

oh its awesome.. ilove it very much

Suman Chakraborty
11 years ago

Most 3rd class 110CC bike it is.

Sandip Biswas
11 years ago

My self Sandip Biswas. I have Star city. I have a major complain about this bike, actually bike is good but the service part of the company is very poor. And one think don't believe that the company gives you 5 years warranty Its doesn't. My bike has a service issue, actually a part has been broken but I did not get any replacement whether its just 4 months old. I dont know why should they do this but really I am suffering a big problem. And now I just decided to change the bike immediately. Now I am thinking that why should I go for this bike. My hardly request to my all friend please dont go for this bike if you want a better service. Many time a have lounged complain but no one response.

11 years ago

I'm using this bike & i like it

ashiah sharma
11 years ago

i like this bick
from ashish sharma

gopi nath
11 years ago

i am very much like to 2012 star city model and performance but i think next generation star city i will expect sporty look bike that is better to young group. but tvs haveing tvs sport but star city having some brand image and more re design need to star city not to plastic change.

raj pradhan
12 years ago

I think company should provide pass light facility in this bike...

Anoop Prasad
12 years ago

Hi Guys, I’m Anoop from Bangalore.TVS Star City 110 is an excellent bike. I have 2010 model, a purple color one . It has got a strong and powerful engine which is very reliable. The bike is compact but still gives the feel of a big bike. The self start has not given me any problem in the cold climate. But it’s better to use kick start if the engine is cold. It can easily catch up with few 125cc bikes like Honda Shine, Suzuki Slingshot and Hero Honda Super Splendor and Glamour siblings. The seating is very comfortable for city as well as long rides. You can easily control the bike even in high speeds even if there is negligible amount of vibration. The ride quality and handiling of this bike is simply superb. The top speed I have achived is 95kmph, fair enough for a 110cc bike. But it takes a hell lot of time to reach its top speed once it crosses 80kmph in the speedo. Normally I used to get a mileage anywhere between 58kmpl to 65KMPL (depending on the way I ride). It has even given me 75kmpl+ few times. After I bought a car (Chevy Beat), I did not take much care of the bike. Once when I checked the mileage recently it was giving a mileage only ranging from 47kmpl to 52kmpl. I took it to a mechanic to check on this. He did the right turning for the engine. I filled petrol for Rs 50 when it went to reserve. The amount of petrol filled was 0.68ltrs. It went for 54kms until it went to the next reserve. So the mileage would be 54/0.68, the mileage I got was 79.4kmpl without hampering the pickup of the bike. It has done close to 12000kms now. I have not spent much on the maintance part. Only regular oil change and service. Apart from that I have changed the front break shoe once and the rear tyre which is necessary as time passes. Overall I am very happy with this bike.

riyas ahmed
12 years ago

it is very strong bike and looks beautiful

vikram shirsat
12 years ago

i have just purchesed new star city 110 ES. it is amezing & very smooth bike. specially it is more comfertable than other bikes.I sugest u my friend. u should buy this one & feel smooth & comfert drive. after all it is 100% product of INDIA. humare desh ke kharab rasto par humko mazbut bike hi chahiye jaise STAR CITY DAMDAAR HAR DUM.

14 years ago

Hey karamchand, 

I think that u should must prefer bajaj discover 100 which gives a very good mileage of about 80 kmpl in cities and 85-90 on highways. and also its price is very low something around Rs. 45000. But the main problem is that it is not very reliable like hero honda because it is a Bajaj.

karamchand sharma
16 years ago

I am from Nashik, Maharashtra, working as a Marketing manager. I have to travel near about 100+ Kms daily. At present I am using Bajaj Excel Scooter and I am planning to buy a new bike, I am in confusion that in the market there are lots of brand which I should choose. I need a bike which should have good mileage, Bit powerful, Low maintenance cost, Spare part availability, Service. Also i dont want to invest too much on the bike. I am looking at the options like 100CC segment or 125CC segment. I am thinking about the following bikes: Yamaha CruxS, HH CD Delux,HH Passion Plus, Honda Shine, Bajaj XCD & TVS Star City 110. Among the above bikes, which one is good for me?

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