TVS Spectra DX / AX
Note:- Company has stopped manufacturing this model.
The TVS Spectra's Fish Eye headlamp allows for
better night illumination with a broader light sweep angle than normal.
Besides, its adjustable headlamp allows for optimising focus and light
spread, as per your specific preference.
Anti-dive brakes with twin front shocks The finer details of
ensuring enhanced rider safety and comfort have been incorporated in the
design of the Spectra's front shocks. In fact, the TVS Spectra is the
only vehicle in its class to offer the twin shock absorber coupled with
an innovative anti-dive mechanism. The anti-dive mechanism neutralizes
the forward thrust experienced while braking by creating an opposite
thrust effect, so as to minimise and negate the effects of being thrown
forward while braking and stopping suddenly. This ensures enhanced
riding comfort and of course, greater rider safety.
Luggage space under seat The inner felt lining inside
the spacious luggage bin under the TVS Spectra's broad seat acts as an
insulator and prevents from engine heat transfers to the rider. Besides,
the spacious luggage bin allows you to store even a full face helmet
Centrally mounted engine TVS Spectra's ingenious
centrally mounted engine design allows for greater rider stability and
of course, rider comfort. While many other side mounted engines tend to
make their rider's lean unconsciously to one side while riding, the TVS
Spectra allows for a comfortable and well balanced ride. Most
importantly, a centrally mounted engine as the TVS Spectra's ensures
greater stability and weight distribution while braking whereas side
mounted engines tend to "pull" the vehicle Towards the side of
the engine when sudden brakes are applied.
Strong tubular frame While almost all other scooters
are built on a shell based, monocoque design, the TVS Spectra has a
stronger tubular frame design. This provides for greater impact
resistance. Besides, a tubular frame offers greater stability and
firmness in the ride quality, especially over rougher terrain.