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TVS Apache RTR 160

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  • Competitive pricing
  • Long list of features
  • Unmatched performance


  • Vibrations at high speeds
  • Clumsy at corners
  • Lack of grunt


The homegrown automaker TVS Motors has been competing in the sports bike segment for over a decade now. The company gave a new ray of hope to the sports bike enthusiasts by introducing the Apache...

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TVS Apache RTR 160 Price & Offers in Delhi

The least priced variant is  TVS Apache RTR 160 4V Carburetor Single Disc  priced at Rs. 93,616 and the most priced variant is TVS Apache RTR 160 Fi Dual Disc  priced at Rs. 1,03,517.

TVS Apache RTR 160 Price List

Carburetor Single Disc 159.7 cc, Rs93,616
Carburetor Dual Disc 159.7 cc, Rs96,917
Fi Dual Disc 159.7 cc, Rs1,03,517
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TVS Apache RTR 160 Specifications

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Engine 159.7 cc

Mileage City/Highway

Torque 14.8 Nm @ 6500 rpm

Power 16.5 PS @ 8000 rpm

Radial Tyres

Alloy Wheels

Self Start



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Apache RTR 160 4V Expert Review

Here is what our experts feel about Apache RTR 160 4V

The homegrown automaker TVS Motors has been competing in the sports bike segment for over a decade now. The company gave a new ray of hope to the sports bike enthusiasts by introducing the Apache series. The TVS Apache 160 RTR 4V carries the same sporty DNA and the comprehensive updates given in the 2018 version truly makes it an upmarket product.

The new Apache 160 RTR 4V is heavily inspired by the elder sibling RTR 200 4V. The overall styling of the bike features similar looking headlight, digital instrument cluster, fuel tank design as well as turn indicators. The side panels, the shotgun exhaust design, and LED taillight also take cues from the powerful model. However, unlike split-seats and clip-on handlebars in the elder sibling, the RTR 160 4V features single-piece seat and single piece handlebar. The bike also features different center panel and rides on uniquely designed alloy wheels. TVS RTR 160 4V is available in three dashing color options namely Racing Red, Knight Black and Metallic Blue.

As the bike has been thoroughly updated, the specs department also gets a share of refreshment. The engine and the chassis have been reworked with both EFI and Carbureted type motor on offer. The motorcycle packs a punchy powertrain in the form of 159.7cc 4-valve air cooled engine which now also gets oil cooling feature for better heat management. The motor pumps out 16.8PS @ 8000rpm and 14.8Nm of torque @ 6500rpm which is 1.4PS and 1.7Nm more than the earlier model. The carburetor model, on the other hand, makes 16.4PS with the same level of torque as in the fuel-injected version. In terms of transmission, the 5-speed gearbox takes the responsibility to transfer the power to the rear wheels. As per company’s claim, the fuel economy of TVS Apache RTR 160 4V stands at 60kmpl. 

For the first time in conjunction with the Japanese firm Showa, the front suspension gets telescopic forks while the rear gets monoshock, ditching the twin-shock absorbers seen on the previous model. The braking power of the motorcycle comes from the 270mm petal disc at front and 200mm petal disc or 130mm drum disc at the rear. As far as kerb weight of the bike is concerned, it sits 143 kg for drum and 145kg for disc model. The fuel tank capacity stands at 12L. 

TVS Apache is available in three variants. The base 4V Carburetor Single Disc variant is priced at Rs. 81,490, 4V Carburetor Dual Disc at Rs. 84,490 while the top end 4V Fi Dual Disc get the price tag of Rs. 89,990. TVS Apache RTR 160 4V competes against the likes of Suzuki Gixxer, Yamaha FZ V2.0 and Bajaj Pulsar NS 160 in the segment. The Apache 160 has been a runaway success so far and the new peppier, sportier avatar certainly set this bike in a league of its own.

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