11 Things Only Die-Hard Fans Get About TVS Apache Bike

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Commuter bikes under the TVS Apache brand are produce by TVS Motors in India. The TVS Apache bike price starting range is Rs. 95,000. There are 5 new Apache variants available. The cheapest bike in the series is the TVS Apache RTR 160, which has a 159.7cc engine that produces 15.3 horsepower. The most costly model is the TVS Apache RR310, which has a 312.2cc engine that produces 33 bhp. TVS Motors required a premium brand to keep Fiero’s customers interested.

This is why the Apache was introduce in 2006. The E-surge 150 was modify to become the RTR 150. This was originally a 150cc motorbike. Keeping up with the times led to the development of the 160cc engine. This is still market today in updated form as the Apache RTR 160. The RTR 160 and the RTR 160 4V are the two RTR 160 generations that are currently available. As of March 2018, the latter has been release. The RTR 160 4V differs from the previous RTR160 in a number of ways, including a 4-valve head and the availability of fuel injection. 

Apache 180 VS Apache 200

Compared to the Apache 180, the Apache 200 offers even more performance by building on its heritage. The engine is a four-valve, fuel-injected unit that chooses to remain rideable above chasing high horsepower numbers. As a result, it may carry out as both a commuter and an enjoyable weekend bike for your favorite winding route. Additionally, the TVS Apache bike price is within your reach.

A brand-new design known as the Apache RR 310 is create in collaboration with BMW Motorrad. It has unique features for the Apache family, including a reverse-sloped engine, liquid cooling, upside-down forks, a trellis frame, and a full fairing. It also has twin LED projector headlamps. TVS poured all of its racing expertise into it. The manufacturer asserts that it will also make for a comfortable tourer because of the seating ergonomics and engine characteristics. The Apache line is TVS’s premium brand. This brand continues to push performance limits while never losing sight of practicality.

Here are the 11 things that you must know about TVS Apache:

Engine-

TVS Apache’s new engine has four-valve technology. The model is available in several variations. One of these variations comes with a carburetor and fuel injection technology. This variation produces 20 PS and 18.1 Nm of peak torque. 

Performance figures-

According to TVS engineers, they are instruct to develop the TVS Apache to have the fastest acceleration of any bike in its class. This is why the rear sprocket is bigger to provide the bike with faster acceleration. However, a little bit of maximum speed has to be give up in this trade-off.

ABS-

TVS was the first of the major Indian manufacturers to provide ABS as an add-on for the Apache. The country’s motorcycle aficionados are aware of the significance of ABS. The TVS Apache’s ABS system is a twin-channel system.

  • Digital console- Additionally, the TVS Apache is the first bike produce by the Hosur-based manufacturer to feature an all-digital dash. The console comes with a speedometer, trip metre, odometer, fuel gauge, and clock as standard equipment.

Tyre options-

The TVS Apache RTR 200 V4 has two tyre options, TVS Remora or Pirelli tyres. Given its cheaper price, the TVS Remora is a standard fitting on the bike.

Mono-shock suspension-

The Apache RTR 200 4V is notable for being the first TVS product to include a mono-shock suspension. A mid-corner bump or undulation was used to cause the Apache RTR 180 to shake easily since the chassis and suspension system weren’t strong enough. Mono-shock suspension has been used to enhance the handling dynamics of the TVS Apache RTR 200 4V, and the twin cradle chassis has been strengthened.

Price-

Apache bike price is set for the convenience of several customers with several budgets. Most of the variations cost under Rs. 1,50,000.

Advanced technologies-

The Glide Through technology is added to the Apache RTR 180. This configuration increases revs as you start to roll off to prevent the vehicle from stalling.

Unchanged underpinnings-

The twin gas-charged shock absorbers and telescopic fork configuration of the Apache RTR 180 BS6 remain the same. The same 270mm and 200mm petal discs with single-channel ABS are used for braking.

Dimensions have changed-

The wheelbase is now 1300mm after a 26mm reduction.

Colour options-

Several models of TVS Apache come in different colors, making them the most attractive and best road bikes ever made. 

You can book your preferred Apache model on Bajaj Mall. You can also get a two-wheeler loan from Bajaj Finserv once you visit the partner showroom and complete the process.

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