The prices for the complete range of the Apache RTR have been updated by TVS Motor Corporation. The cost of the RTR 160 4V disc brake version is now Rs. 1,27,270, while the standard drum brake version is now Rs. 1,23,770. Additionally, the special edition now costs Rs 1,32,070 while the Bluetooth disc edition is now priced at Rs 1,30,570.
The RTR 160 4V is still propelled by a 159.7cc, oil-cooled, four-valve motor. This motor with a 5-speed gearbox generates a max power of 17.40 bhp and a peak torque of 14.73 Nm.
The RTR 160 4V has a long range of features, including three riding settings: Sport, Urban, and Rain. Moreover, it has single-channel ABS, Bluetooth-enabled instrumentation, and LED headlights. The Bajaj Pulsar N160, Yamaha FZ-S, Honda Hornet 160R, Suzuki Gixxer, and Hero Xtreme 160R are the RTR 160 4V's rivals in this regard.
This update also has an impact on the Apache RTR 200 4V, which competes with the Bajaj Pulsar NS200. Now starting at Rs. 1,41,670, the TVS Apache RTR 200 4V series comes in single and dual-channel ABS. The single-channel ABS version costs Rs. 1,41,670, which is a rather low price, while the dual-channel ABS version costs Rs. 1,46,720. (both ex-showroom, Delhi).
The TVS Apache RTR 200 4V uses the same 197.75cc, single-cylinder, air/oil-cooled engine in both of its models. Its engine, which is mated to a five-speed transmission, has a maximum power of 20.54 bhp and a maximum torque of 17.25 Nm.
The TVS Apache RTR 200 4V has a long list of high-end features, including an LED headlight, a Bluetooth-enabled LCD instrument cluster, turn-by-turn directions, and three ride modes. Access to call alerts, low fuel warning and assistance, a lean angle mode, and an accident alarm are also provided by the Bluetooth module.
In the Indian market, the TVS Apache RTR 200 4V competes against motorcycles like the Bajaj Pulsar NS200, Suzuki Gixxer 250, and Yamaha FZ25.