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TVS Apache RTR 200 4V teased on Indian website

 
TVS Apache 200 Yellow Color

The new TVS Apache RTR 200 4V gears up for launch later this week.

Already teased on the Indonesian website, the new TVS Apache 200 is now teased on the Indian website. To be launched simultaneously in Indonesia and India, images and details of the flagship TVS bike are now leaked.

TVS Apache RTR 200 4V is powered by a 197.75 cc 4 stroke, oil-cum-air cooled engine generating 20.2 bhp peak power at 8,500 rpm and 18.1 Nm peak torque at 7,000 rpm mated to a 5 speed transmission. Speaking about performance, 0-60 kmph is achieved in 3.9 seconds while it can touch a top speed of 130 kmph.

TVS Apache 200 teaser

New Apache teaser seen on the official website of TVS Apache.

TVS Apache RTR 200 4V sports a headlamp cluster with least amount of fairing, while flanked by deveil’s horn shaped LED DRLs. On the other side of the headlight is the instrument cluster with an all digital console, a digital clock, gear position indicators and service reminder icon is also evident while the speedometer is positioned on the central display along with a fuel tank indicator. An odometer with trip meter, indicators for turn light, fuel, neutral and ABS are positioned on the plastic panel of the digital display.

TVS Apache RTR 200 4V sits on alloys with 5 split spokes wrapped in TVS tyres, while for export markets Pirelli Angel-GT kit will be available. To be launched in two variants of which one will have dual channel ABS and the other will be devoid of ABS, both variants get 270 mm and 250 mm petal disc brakes in the front and rear respectively.

Price of the new Apache 200 is expected to be in the range of INR 95,000.

TVS Apache 200 – Photos

Exhaust Note of TVS Apache 200

 

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  • Ted

    This made my choice clear. I’m going for the R3

    • Atharv

      Lol, comparing 200cc single cylinder naked bike with 300cc inline twin cylinder faired bike?