TVS XL 100 Comfort: TVS'39; Answer to An Everyday Moped

While the TVS XL 100 Heavy Duty is aimed at transporting goods as a workhorse machine, the XL 100 Comfort targets the customer who is looking for a daily runabout for his/her work commute. With its affordable price tag and practical nature, it is bound to be a capable, practical and economical two-wheeler. The XL 100 Comfort brings with it the benefit of having a single-piece seat for the rider and pillion.


Packed neatly within the frame is a 99.70cc, single-cylinder engine that produces 4.30bhp and 6.50Nm of torque. The motor is air-cooled and comes paired to a CVT transmission. The TVS XL 100 Comfort is BSVI-compliant. 


The TVS XL 100 Comfort is nothing great to look. It looks like a proper moped, but still has a charm to it that is sure to get the attention of some buyers. It is very basic and simple to look at, with that round headlight, tall handle bar and sculpted fuel tank. At the front, there is sufficient space for your feet. And the seat is a single-piece unit. At the rear, it sports a rectangular tail lamp. The long and narrow exhaust is finished in black, and it is shod with weedy, wire-spoked wheels. The grab-handle too, is basic is terms of design. 

The instrument cluster features a speedometer, odometer, a turn signal indicator, a headlamp light and the ignition on the right side. In terms of dimensions, the XL 100 is 2020mm in length, 750mm in width and 1110mm in height. The motor is quite peppy in nature, and acceleration is good. Since the engine is a four-stroke, it has a nice punch to it. But when you stress the engine, vibrations filter through and it gets coarse. It is a doddle to ride in traffic, thanks to its lightweight frame. Many will find it easy to ride, including women. At 80kgs, the moped feels light and nimble. The ground clearance, on the other hand, is 155mm, while the moped has a wheelbase of 1215mm and a seat height of 770mm.


The TVS XL 100 Comfort has a fuel tank capacity of 4 litres. In terms of mileage, the moped is capable of returning 50kmpl by ARAI, in BSVI guise.

Mechanical Parts

On the XL 100 Comfort, you're perched up on the seat with your back in an upright posture. The seat offers good comfort and is quite supportive despite minimal padding. The foot pegs are positioned perfectly. The XL 100 Comfort is zippy, just like its other variants. You can literally snake your way through traffic. Corners aren't the XL 100 Comfort's forte, because of the skinny tyres. But in a straight line, it does stay planted. 

The moped soaks in bumps without any fuss; the tyres provide decent grip and the braking performance is average. At the front, the moped rides on telescopic spring-type hydraulics, while the rear gets a swing-arm. As far as the chassis is concerned, it is built around a tubular-type frame. The XL 100 runs on 2.50-16 tyres at the front and 2.50-16 tyres at the rear. Retardation duties are taken care of by drum brakes at the front and at the rear.


The moped comes loaded with a slew of features like a carry hook, single-piece seat, wire-spoked wheels, passenger foot rest, pillion grab handle and an analogue instrument cluster. 


The TVS XL 100 Comfort is available in a variety of shades like Red, Green, Black, Blue, Grey and Copper Shine. Red is certainly a colour that is bound to be a favourite among young riders. 


Feel free to step into a showroom or browse through the company's website to know all the necessary details on the bike. It will help you with details that cover specifications, colours and accessory options. 

Prices and Variants

The TVS XL 100 Comfort is available in one variant: XL 100 Comfort i-Touch start for ₹ 45,114 (ex-showroom, Delhi). For further details and the on-road price of the moped, you can head to autoX. 

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