TVS Apache RTR 200 4V is a feature-rich machine from RTR series which includes segment-first RT Slipper Clutch, TVS SmartXConnect, Dual Channel ABS with RLP control and Adjustable Suspension. The technology that stands out is the riding modes – Urban, Rain and Sport which is just class apart. With an eye-popping price tag and features that blow your mind, Apache RTR 200 4V will create waves among motorcycle enthusiasts.
A 197.7cc single-cylinder fuel-injected engine with oil cooler powers the Apache RTR 200, the street bike. It has a slip-and-assist clutch and is linked to a five-speed transmission. Sport, Urban, and Rain riding modes are available on both models. In Sport mode, the engine produces 20.82PS at 9000rpm and 17.25Nm at 7250rpm, while in Urban and Rain modes, it produces 17.32PS at 7800rpm and 16.51Nm at 5750rpm.
The TVS engineers have spent a lot of time working on the new engine in order to get the most out of it. Carburetor and fuel injection options will be available for the 198cc, oil-cooled, single-cylinder, four-valve motor. At 8,500 rpm, the carburetted RTR 200 4V produces 20.3PS and 18.1Nm of torque at 7,000 rpm. This boosts the new bike’s output by 3.3PS and 2.6Nm over its 180cc brother, which is a big increase. Its fuel-injected model produces 21PS at 9,000rpm and 17.5Nm of peak torque at 7,000rpm.
Nano FriKs, a blend of nanoparticles, binder, solid lubricants, and additives, is placed on the piston to improve combustion efficiency and extend its shelf life. The oil-cooler system performs admirably, and ram-air technology has been used to aid cooling. The fuel-injected variant had a crisper and quicker throttle response, as well as slightly greater acceleration and top end.
The bike’s chassis is a double-cradle unit that has been fully re-engineered, and the difference is noticeable right away. The new TVS Remora tyres, which provide excellent grip, are another feature that aids in the motorcycle’s handling. However, the optional Pirelli tyres are unquestionably a better buy due to their superior performance. A smartphone-compatible completely digital LCD instrument cluster, which debuted on the TVS NTorq 125, is also included in the package.
Gloss Black, Pearl White, and Matte Blue are the three colors available.The carburetted variant is priced/- at Rs 88,990 (ex-showroom,) while the fuel-injected variant is priced/- at Rs 1,07,000 (ex-showroom).Multiple ride modes, a two-step preload-adjustable telescopic fork, an adjustable brake, and clutch levers are all standard on the 2021 Apache RTR 200 4V.
TVS APACHE RTR 200 4V VERDICT
Motor is grunty and free-revving
Has a great exhaust note and has a lot of features.
Battery Capacity – 2.25kWh
Range – 75km/charge
Max Power – 4,400W
Top Speed – 78km/h Price – Rs 100777 Onwards
About TVS Bikes
TV Sundaram Iyengar established T.V.Sundaram Iyengar and Sons Limited way back in 1911. After his demise, his sons made entry into motorcycle manufacturing and other automobile sectors and Suzuki later offered technical assistance in the complete manufacturing process. This tie-up lasted for 19 years and in 2001 they began to manufacture motorcycles on their own. Beyond rich legacy, they have several landmark achievements in the technological department too. They introduced first 2-seater moped – TVS 50, first indigenous scooterette – Scooty, First Digital Ignition – Champ, First fully indigenous motorcycle – Victor, First Indian company to launch ABS – Apache RTR Series and first scooter with Body-Balance Technology – Wego.
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