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The TVS Apache RTR200 made enthusiasts wait for a long time but the wait was worth it. The Apache 200 is a great example on how products should evolve without missing the brand DNA. It offers engaging performance, handling and the best ride quality in its segment to make it a serious contender as the best sub Rs 1 lakh bike on sale and no wonder it won the 2016 Indian Motorcycle Of The Year award.
The least priced variant is TVS Apache RTR 200 4V Race Edition 2.0 Carb priced at Rs. 1,29,711 and the most priced variant is TVS Apache RTR 200 4V Racing Edition 2.0 ABS priced at Rs. 1,32,453.
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TVS Apache RTR 200 has been one of the most admirable bikes in the 200cc segment and possibly the one that offers the most value for money around the Rs 1 lakh mark. Launched in the year 2016, the TVS Apache RTR 200 gets a sharp and modern design that makes it easily one of the best looking bikes in the segment. The motorcycle is offered in carbureted and fuel-injected engine options with a slight difference in power outputs. The TVS Apache family is 3 million strong now and counting, which reflects the huge number of fans and popularity for the brand across India and the globe. TVS Apache RTR 200 can be yours in India for a starting price of Rs 97,005 that reaches up till Rs 1.10 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi) for the top-of-the-line Race Edition 2.0. The fully loaded trim comes with a slipper clutch and a lot of additional features. TVS Apache RTR 200 primarily challenges the likes of Bajaj Pulsar NS 200, Hero Xtreme 200R and also the KTM 200 Duke in the segment.
TVS Apache RTR 200 appeals to the eyes of the youngsters the most, all thanks to its sharper and sportier styling. The bike gets an aggressive looking headlamp with 'devil horns' shaped LED DRLs. The fuel tank gets some crispy edges and those sharp extensions make the bike an absolute looker especially when you take a look from the side. The off-set fuel tank cap is another interesting thought and the racing decals take the game to a new level in terms of visuals. The bike gets a split step-up seating layout and this along with the split rear body grab rails do a good job not just in enhancing the aesthetic appeal but in structural efficiency as well. The Race Edition brings with it a small flyscreen up front along with fork covers and a new paint scheme and these are some interesting touches that make the bike look better than the standard model.
TVS Apache RTR 200 gets power from a 197.7cc, single cylinder, oil-cooled engine mated to a five-speed transmission. The engine is offered in carbureted and fuel-injected variants. While the carb version is good for churning out a maximum power of 20.2 bhp, the fuel-injected trim makes out a slightly higher output at 20.7 bhp. The torque output remains the same in two at 18.1 Nm. A slipper clutch comes as optional with the TVS Apache RTR 200 that reduces the clutch effort and helps in easy gearshifts. The bike has a brawnier exhaust note and is easily the best sounding motorcycle in the sub Rs 1 lakh price bracket. With this hardware, the TVS Apache RTR 200 can do a top speed of close to 130 kmph and a sprint from 0 to 60 kmph comes in just 3.95 seconds.
Braking duties on the TVS Apache RTR 200 are taken care of by the help of a 270mm petal disc brake up front along with a 240mm petal disc brake at the rear. A dual-channel ABS (Anti-Lock Braking System) is offered as optional to offer added safety and convenience. The motorcycle gets clip-on handlebars that make handling easy and hassle-free in the city. The suspension set up comprises of conventional telescopic forks up front along with a rear monoshock. The motorcycle rides on 90/90-17 front and 130/70-17 rear TVS Remora tyres as standard and if you want gripper rubber, the company offers Pirelli tyres as optional at an additional price.
TVS Apache RTR 200 gets dual disc brakes along with an optional dual-channel ABS (Anti-Lock Braking System) for an effective and safer braking. Moreover, the bike comes with AHO (Auto Headlamp ON) function and as the name suggests, the headlamp of the bike always stays ON in order to enhance its visibility and minimise chances of a mishap. In terms of features, the bike gets a highly informative instrument cluster that gets multiple race inspired bits like 0 to 60 lap timer, top speed recorder, gear position display and more. Other notable features on the motorcycle include split step-up seating layout, split rear body grab rails along with LED DRLs and tail lamp.
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|On Road||Rs 1,32,453|