TVS Apache 200 is a new motorcycle by TVS, a vehicle manufacturer. Throughout the Indian market, the Bajaj Pulsar NS200 is a direct and severe competitor. From the pricing to the features, let us tell you about this newly upgraded two-wheeler.
Gloss Black, Pearl White, and Matte Blue are among the three color options for the redesigned TVS Apache 200.
This TVS Apache RTR 200 4V now has a more athletic appearance thanks to the latest modification. Throughout the Indian market, it is ready to compete with other motorcycles in this class. The current version, on the other hand, has three modes (Sport, Urban, and Rain), giving it the only bike in its market with this capability. Aside from that, the new motorbike has a preload-adjustable Showa front suspension, TVS SmartXonect Bluetooth connectivity, a Showa rear mono-shock, and adjustable brake and clutch levers. It also has a new LED and DRL.
This also comes with clutch and brake levers that may be adjusted. The RTR 200 4V was updated approximately a year ago with GTT (Glide Through Traffic) new tech for such a smooth ride at normal frequencies, which was highly accepted by riders.
Throughout terms of pricing, the standard single-channel ABS model of the upgraded Apache RTR 200 4V Naked Streetfighter costs Rs 1,33,840, while the dual-channel ABS variant costs Rs 1,38,890. (both prices are ex-showroom).
This single-cylinder, four-valve, oil-cooled engine with 5-speed transmission power the Apache RTR 200 4V 197.75cc. At 8,500rpm, the motorbike can produce 20.5PS of maximum power and 16.8Nm of peak torque.