The 2015 TVS Phoenix 125 gets new styling for a fresh appeal and also gets LED pilot headlamps and a vehicle locator key as an interesting new feature.

2015 TVS Phoenix 125 Side
Changes to the design include new body graphics, revised tank styling and dual tone visor

TVS Motor Company has silently launched the 2015 Phoenix 125 motorcycle in the country, priced at Rs. 51,990/- (ex-showroom, Delhi) for the base drum version. Sporting a host of cosmetic updates and new set of features, the new Phoenix 125 is now available with a redesigned front including a dual tone visor, revised fuel tank with angular tank scoops and a 3D Phoenix moniker. The changes, however, are limited to the front while the tail section continues with the existing styling but gets new body graphics.

In terms of features, the 2015 TVS Phoenix gets a new LED pilot headlamp, tubeless tyres while the fully digital instrument cluster (others get an analog unit in the segment) with a host of tell-tale lights has been retained. There is also a new vehicle locator key, an interesting feature for the bike and will help you find the bike in a crowded parking lot. The Chennai-based manufacturer is offering six new colour options on the palette including Crimson Black, Black Magic, Red Hot, Midnight Black, Cherry White and White Night.

In terms of power, the 2015 TVS Phoenix continues with the existing powertrain and uses the 124.5cc Ecothrust engine that is tuned to produce 11 PS of power at 8000 RPM and 10.8 Nm of torque at 5500 RPM, paired to a 4-speed gearbox. The bike gets telescopic forks at the front and gas-charged spring shocks at the rear. Braking duties are performed by drum brakes at the front and rear; whereas there is also a disc brake equipped variant on offer.

2015 TVS Phoenix 125 Prices (ex-showroom, Delhi) –

* Phoenix Drum – Rs. 51,990/-
* Phoenix Disc – Rs. 55,899/-

2015 TVS Phoenix 125
The Phoenix continues to draw power from the 124.5cc engine producing 11 PS of power
2015 TVS Phoenix 125 Key
The new vehicle locator key is an interesting feature on the 125cc commuter bike