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Suzuki Gixxer vs TVS Apache 160 4V Comparison

Suzuki Gixxer vs TVS Apache 160 4V

TVS Apache RTR 160 4V Price starts at Rs. 1.01 lakh which is Rs. 739 costlier than Suzuki Gixxer priced at Rs. 1.00 lakh. The claimed mileage for the Suzuki Gixxer is 50.6 kmpl where as the claimed mileage for TVS Apache RTR 160 4V is NA....read more

Gixxer vs Apache RTR 160 4V vs 125 Duke Specs Overview

Specs/Features Gixxer BS6Apache RTR 160 4V Disc125 Duke BS6
Ex-Showroom Price Rs. 1.12 lakhView On Road Price Rs. 1.04 lakhView On Road Price Rs. 1.38 lakhView On Road Price
Rating
4.4
(133 Ratings)
4.1
(965 Ratings)
4.1
(432 Ratings)
Engine Type 4-Stroke, 1-cylinder, Air cooled SI, 4 stroke, Oil cooled Engine BS-VI Single Cylinder, 4 Valve, Liquid Cooled, FI, DOHC
Engine Displacement (CC) 155 cc 159.7 cc 124.7 cc
Power (PS@rpm) 13.6 PS @ 8000 rpm 16.02 PS @ 8250 rpm 14.5 PS @ 9250 rpm
Fuel Type Petrol Petrol Petrol
Transmission Type Manual Manual Manual
Colors
Brakes Front Disc Disc Disc
Brakes Rear Disc Disc Disc
Wheel Size Front :-431.8 mm,Rear :-431.8 mm Front :-431.8 mm,Rear :-431.8 mm Front :-431.8 mm,Rear :-431.8 mm
Wheels Type (Pressed Steel/ Alloy) Cast Alloy Alloy
ABS Single Channel Single Channel Single Channel
Starting Self Start Only Self Start Only Self Start Only
Speedometer Digital Digital Digital
Engine Type 4-Stroke, 1-cylinder, Air cooled SI, 4 stroke, Oil cooled Engine BS-VI Single Cylinder, 4 Valve, Liquid Cooled, FI, DOHC
Engine Displacement (CC) 155 cc 159.7 cc 124.7 cc
Power (PS@rpm) 13.6 PS @ 8000 rpm 16.02 PS @ 8250 rpm 14.5 PS @ 9250 rpm
Torque (Nm@rpm) 13.8 Nm @ 6000 rpm 14.12 Nm @ 7250 rpm 12 Nm @ 8000 rpm
Emission Type bs6 bs6 bs6
Bore 56 mm 62 mm 58 mm
Stroke 62.9 mm 52.9 mm 47.2 mm
No Of Cylinders 1 1 1
Drive Type Chain Drive Chain Drive Chain Drive
Valve Per Cylinder 2 4 4
Fuel Type Petrol Petrol Petrol
Ignition ... Mapped ignition system ...
Compression Ratio ... 10.0:1 ...
Transmission Type Manual Manual Manual
No Of Gears 5 Speed 5 Speed 6-Speed
Brakes Front Disc Disc Disc
Brakes Rear Disc Disc Disc
Suspension-Front Telescopic Telescopic Forks WP-USD Ø 43 mm
Chassis ... Double Cradle Split Synchro STIFF Steel Trellis Frame
Suspension-Rear Swing Arm Mono Shock WP-Monoshock
Tyre Size Front :-100/80-17, Rear :-140/60-17 Front :-90/90-17, Rear :-130/70-17 Front :-110/70-R17, Rear :- 150/60-R17
Wheel Size Front :-431.8 mm,Rear :-431.8 mm Front :-431.8 mm,Rear :-431.8 mm Front :-431.8 mm,Rear :-431.8 mm
Tyre Type Tubeless Tubeless Tubeless
Radial Tyre ... ...
Wheels Type (Pressed Steel/ Alloy) Cast Alloy Alloy
Dry Weight ... ... 141.4 kg
Length*Width*Height 2020*800*1035 2035*790*1050 1993*789*1083
Wheelbase(mm) 1335 mm 1357 mm ...
Length 2020 mm 2035 mm 1993 mm
Ground Clearance (mm) 160 mm 180 mm 175 mm
Height 1035 mm 1050 mm 1083 mm
Seat Height 795 mm 800 mm 818 mm
Width 800 mm 790 mm 789 mm
Fuel Capacity (Litres) 12 L 12 L 10.5 L
Tail Light LED LED LED
Front Brake Diameter ... 270 mm 300 mm
Rear Brake Diameter ... 200 mm 230 mm
Battery Type Maintenance Free Maintenance Free ...
Pilot Lamps ... LED Pilot Lamps ...
LED tail lights
Turn Signal Lamp LED LED LED
ABS Single Channel Single Channel Single Channel
Body Type Sports Bikes Sports Naked Bikes, Commuter Bikes Sports Naked Bikes
Body Graphics
Starting Self Start Only Self Start Only Self Start Only
Seat Type Split Split Split
Pass Switch
Speedometer Digital Digital Digital
Trip Meter Digital Digital Digital
Low Fuel Warning Lamp ...
Clock
Low Battery Indicator ...
Stepup Seat
Passenger Footrest
Cooling System Air Cooled Oil Cooled Liquid Cooled
Console Digital Digital Digital
Odometer Digital Digital Digital

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Q. Which is the best bike compared with Honda Hornet, TVS Apache RTR 160 4v, Yamaha FZ S 3.0 in mileage, pickup, comfort, price, service and spares?
  • If we compare Fi version of all bike then i think pickup of TVS Apache will be more, according to mileage 1st will be Hornet then Yamaha and then Apache but the difference will be only 4-5 kms.If we come to comfort i own Apache and i didnt find any problem with comfort, and for pricing you should contact dealers in the city.
  • I have carb. version of apache its good that your bike is giving such a mileage.
  • Bro U have the older version of apache i think The rtr 160 4v gets almost 59-60 on the highways and minimum 48 in city i think u will change ur opinion
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Q. Which is the best Apache 160 4v or pulsar ns 160?
  • The Pulsar NS 160 ticks all the right boxes when it comes to style, performance, ride and handling, save for refinement. The new NS 160 is a worthy contender and makes a strong case for itself in this highly competitive 160cc segment. On the other hand, if a bike has to survive in the cut-throat 160cc two-wheeler segment, it needs to be competitively priced and pack enough performance to keep riders happy. Thankfully, the Apache RTR 160 4V delivers well on both fronts with class leading features and a price tag that starts at Rs 81,490 (ex-showroom for carb, single-disc variant). However, it doesn’t feel as confident under hard braking as the Bajaj Pulsar NS 160 or the Honda Hornet. That said, the Apache RTR 160 4V is not only the most refined RTR we have ridden till date but also one of the most refined 160cc motorcycles to be ever produced in India. Do take a test ride in order to judge your riding comfort.
  • The Pulsar NS 160 ticks all the right boxes when it comes to style, performance, ride and handling, save for refinement. The new NS 160 is a worthy contender and makes a strong case for itself in this highly competitive 160cc segment. On the other hand, if a bike has to survive in the cut-throat 160cc two-wheeler segment, it needs to be competitively priced and pack enough performance to keep riders happy. Thankfully, the Apache RTR 160 4V delivers well on both fronts with class leading features and a price tag that starts at Rs 81,490 (ex-showroom for carb, single-disc variant). However, it doesn’t feel as confident under hard braking as the Bajaj Pulsar NS 160 or the Honda Hornet. That said, the Apache RTR 160 4V is not only the most refined RTR we have ridden till date but also one of the most refined 160cc motorcycles to be ever produced in India. Do take a test ride in order to judge your riding comfort.
  • The Pulsar NS 160 ticks all the right boxes when it comes to style, performance, ride and handling, save for refinement. The new NS 160 is a worthy contender and makes a strong case for itself in this highly competitive 160cc segment. On the other hnad, if a bike has to survive in the cut-throat 160cc two-wheeler segment, it needs to be competitively priced and pack enough performance to keep riders happy. Thankfully, the Apache RTR 160 4V delivers well on both fronts with class leading features. However, it doesn’t feel as confident under hard braking as the Bajaj Pulsar NS 160. That said, the Apache RTR 160 4V is not only the most refined RTR we have ridden till date but also one of the most refined 160cc motorcycles to be ever produced in India. We would suggest you to take a test ride in order to clear your all doubts. Click on the given link to get your nearest dealership details: https://www.zigwheels.com/bikes/dealers
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Q. Which variant of RTR 160 4v is better fi or the carburetor?
  • The claimed mileage of TVS Apache RTR 160 4V is 60kmpl. Although, our experts has tested its carburetted on road and found that it gives class leading figures of 50.9kmpl in the city and 56.1kmpl on the highway. Also, mileage can be differ and depends on one's riding style and how it is maintained.Though we’re yet to test its FI variant, there is a minor difference in the refinement levels of the FI and the carburetted bikes though. The FI is just that little bit smoother, and also offers up a slightly sharper throttle response. And when you’re in the very upper band of the rev range, the FI doesn’t feel out of steam. The carburetted bike on the other hand feels a little gruntier, though it is a little gruff as well. But in many ways the carbed bike feels more enjoyable to ride, thanks to its slightly punchier power delivery in the mid range. In case of long rides, it might bother you to take a break due to its aggressive riding position.
  • I love carburettor variant because we can tune the carburettor.. and low maintanence and if there's a problem in fuel injection you can't modify you have to buy a new fi system which is costly... there is no such a big difference in mileage is rarely 2-4 km and i don't think it's a big deal
  • See obviously fi varient is better..but if you ride on long routes then i will suggest you to opt for the carburettor varient because if in any case your bike brokes down then the carburettor engine can be repaired by anyone... on the other hand the fi engine is a bit more complex to repair.
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