TVS Motor Company has launched the 2018 Apache RTR 4V at an introductory price of Rs. 81,490 (Ex. Showroom, Delhi) in the country. A testimony to the racing legacy of the TVS Apache RTR series, the new TVS Apache RTR 160 4V, according to the company, is the most powerful 160cc motorcycle. The new Apache comes with a price tag of Rs 81,490 for a carburettor variant and Rs 89,990 (Ex-Showroom Delhi) for its EFI model.
Changes to the engine have resulted in a higher output and the new Apache RTR 160 now offers 16.78PS and 14.8Nm as compared to 15.12PS and 13.03Nm earlier.
The 2018 TVS Apache RTR 160 4V is equipped with telescopic forks up front and race-tuned Showa monoshock suspension at the rear. "This racing DNA is seen across the entire range from RTR 160 to the RR 310", Venu said.
Unlike the Apache RTR 200, which has a slightly sporty riding position owing to the clip-on handlebars, the RTR 160 features a conventional handlebar for a more comfortable riding position. The motorcycle gets a 159.7 cc, single-cylinder, 4-stroke, 4-valve, oil-cooled engine that churns out 16.8 PS @8000 rpm (EFI) and 14.8 Nm @ 6500 rpm (EFI), 16.5 PS @8000 rpm (Carb) and 14.8 Nm @ 6500 rpm (Carb).
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In both carburetted and fuel-injected versions, the new TVS Apache RTR 160 4V has been introduced to the market. The new motorcycle is created out of the six-time Indian National Motorcycle Racing Championship (INMRC) winning bike Group B RTR 165. The Carb variant of the new Apache RTR 160 can sprint from 0-60 kmph in 4.73 seconds, upto a top speed of 113 kmph while the EFI variant can go from 0-60 kmph in 4.8 seconds upto a top speed of 114 kmph.
The TVS Apache RTR 160 4V series is available in three stunning colours, namely, Racing Red, Metallic Blue and Knight Black.
The motorcycle boasts of a compact race design with chequered flag decals on the tank.
The leading two- and three-wheeler maker has been maintaining a growth of 28 per cent against the industry growth of 10 per cent in the high-end bike segment.