TVS Apache RTR 200 4V
TVS Apache RTR 200 4V is a sports bike available at a price range of Rs. 1.29 Lakh to 1.34 Lakh in India. It is available in 2 variants and 3 colours. The Apache 200 4V is a powered by 197cc BS6 engine mated to a 5 is speed gearbox . This engine of Apache 200 4V and a torque of sport : 17.25 nm . The TVS Apache RTR 200 4V gets disc brakes in the front and rear. The TVS Apache RTR 200 4V weighs 152 kg and has a fuel tank capacity of 12 liters.
TVS Apache RTR 200 4V Latest Updates
The 2021 TVS Apache RTR 200 4V with single-channel ABS has been launched in India, with all the bells and whistles of the dual-channel ABS variant. You get the exact ride modes, adjustable front suspension, and brake and clutch levers, all at Rs 1,28,020, Rs 5,050 less than the dual-channel variant. It’s available in three colours: Gloss Black, Pearl White, and Matte Blue.
The 2021 Apache RTR 200 4V gets segment-first features like multiple ride modes, a two-step preload-adjustable telescopic fork, an adjustable brake, and clutch levers.
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Apache RTR 200 4V Specifications
TVS Apache RTR 200 4V Variants
The RTR 200 4V is available in two variants: single and dual-channel ABS. The former is priced at Rs 1,28,020 and the latter at Rs 1,33,070 (ex-showroom Delhi). Both variants share all the features, including three riding modes, adjustable front suspension, and adjustable levers.
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Editor's View of TVS Apache RTR 200 4V
Grunty and free-revving motor, Great exhaust note, Feature-rich
Quick steering can be a problem for newbies, Slightly on the expensive side
The TVS Apache RTR 200 4V has been one of the nicest 200cc motorcycles in India. It is sharp and agile while maintaining a friendly power delivery. The lack of a sixth gear though limits its touring potential.
Apache RTR 200 4V Detailed Review
TVS Motors was bit of a mute spectator last year as apart from adding variants it really didn’t have any new product launch in 2015. Gladly, for 2016 that isn’t the case as it is back with a new product and one that has been eagerly awaited – the TVS Apache RTR 200 4V. There have been rumours for many years that the Hosur-based manufacturer is looking at a successor to the Apache RTR 180 but creating a flagship product isn’t an easy task. It has the responsibility of being the best result a manufacturer can achieve and be a centrepiece of its engineering prowess. So it isn’t difficult to understand why the new TVS Apache RTR 200 4V took four years of development time before it could scorch the tarmac.
Launch Update - TVS Apache RTR 200 4V launched at Rs 88,990
On paper, the new motorcycle has a mere 20cc displacement advantage over the Apache RTR 180 that has started to show its age cosmetically, mechanically, and dynamically. So does the TVS Apache RTR 200 4V have what it takes to deserve the flagship tag and was the wait worth it? Let’s find out.
Design & Features:
One glance at the motorcycle and it’s easily recognizable as a bike from the TVS Apache family because the basic design silhouette has been carried forward. The TVS Apache RTR 200 4V has a chiselled and lean look with just the right amount of muscle at the desired spots. One is welcomed by a petite yet sharp looking headlamp which has been flanked by the boomerang-shaped LED pilot lamps that endow it with a very distinctive face. The beefy telescopic front forks finished in a shade of matte gold and the multi-spoke alloy wheels along with large petal disc rotors complete the front end. The instrument console is exposed sans any windscreen and it has an asymmetric profile (a bit of BMW Motorrad influence we shall say).
The mass forward design language can be easily appreciated in profile with the contoured tank and the integrated fuel tank extensions. An interesting design element is the off-set fuel tank lid with a contrasting red keyhole cover. Also, the engine head has been finished in red with the RTR logo engraved on it while the indicators are swept pack. Other standout design elements are the split seats, underbelly cowl and the Batman logo-shaped alloy grab rail. The twin barrel exhaust muffler is particularly unique in its form but it doesn’t gel well with the overall design of the bike and a stubby unit would have looked better. The TVS Apache RTR 200 4V gets equipped with an all-digital instrument console housing a speedometer, tachometer, trip meter, odometer and a shift light.
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Other additional details includes lap timer, fastest speed recorder and gear indicator. The console is easy to read on the go but we would have preferred a larger shift light indicator. Switch gear quality is of the highest order while the levers have a buffed aluminium finish. Build quality along with fit and finish levels on the new Apache is impressive and it will be offered only in matte shade colour options. The overall styling of the TVS Apache RTR 200 4V is fresh and sporty while maintaining the Apache design ethos and it would definitely impress the youngsters.
Engine & Performance:
As we mentioned before there is a hike of just 20cc on the TVS Apache RTR 200 4V in comparison to its predecessor. But the TVS boffins have worked extensively on the new engine to extract a good amount of juice. The 198cc, oil-cooled, single-cylinder and 4 valve motor will be offered in two different options – carburettor and fuel injection. The carburetted Apache RTR 200 4V delivers 20.3PS at 8,500rpm and 18.1Nm of torque at 7,000 rpm. This makes the new bike 3.3PS and 2.6Nm more powerful than its 180cc sibling which is a significant jump. The fuel injected variant of the TVS Apache RTR 200 4V churns out 21PS at 9,000rpm and 17.5Nm of peak torque at 7,000rpm.
Thumb the starter (there’s no kick start option) and the Apache 200 comes to life with a throaty idling note. The briefing for the engineers was that the new bike has to be the fastest accelerating motorcycle in its segment. And the moment one opens the throttle, the brisk acceleration can be felt right away (TVS claims 3.9 seconds 0-60kmph time). The bike also has a very strong mid-range with the bike hitting the 100kmph effortlessly and one can cruise at triple digit speeds all day long. Power is transmitted via a 5-speed gearbox which does a fair job but lacks the crispness offered by its Japanese counterparts. Watch Quick Video Review here: TVS Apache RTR 200 4V Video
The standout feature for us of the power plant has to be its impressive refinement levels, and the TVS engineers have to be commended for their efforts. To improve the combustion efficiency and increase the piston’s shelf life, it is coated with Nano FriKs which is a combination of nano particles, binder, solid lubricants and additives. The oil-cooler system does its job well and ram-air technology has been employed for assistance in cooling. The fuel-injected version offered better throttle response which was crisp and immediate with a marginally healthier acceleration and top end. But only if you’re living in high altitude regions and face cold starting issues would we suggest to go for the fuel injected variant as the performance difference isn’t significant for the asking price.
Ride, Handling & Braking:
Given its petite dimensions, one assumes that the rider would be cramped for space on the TVS Apache RTR 200 4V. But swing a leg over the motorcycle and one will be surprised by the amount of space on the saddle. The raised clip-on handlebars and a mildly rear-set foot pegs result in a slightly leaned forward but comfortable riding posture. The fuel tank recesses allow the rider to snugly hold the bike between his legs and the exposed instrument console gives it a higher displacement streetbike feel. The chassis on the Apache RTR 200 4V is a double cradle unit which has been completely reengineered and the result can be felt instantaneously. The bike attacks corners with great enthusiasm, there’s no mid-corner sway like its predecessor had, and there’s a marked improvement in handling dynamics. The chassis is very communicative and confident inspiring.
Another aspect that helps in improving the handling prowess of the motorcycle is the new TVS Remora tyres that offer good grip. But the optional Pirelli tyres are definitely a better buy owing to its performance advantage and will be our pick. The bike also changes directions swiftly, a trait that should be beneficial on the chicanes as well as while weaving through city traffic. Watch Quick Video Review here: TVS Apache RTR 200 4V Video
The new Apache RTR 200 4V is the first offering from TVS to get equipped with monoshock suspension setup. The bike has been sprung on the stiffer side but overall ride quality is decent and isn’t back breaking. Anchorage is provided by petal disc brakes on both the ends and they do a great job in shedding speeds. There’s good bite and progression through the levers. ABS isn't a part of the optional list but TVS will be launching the ABS version in March.
A lot was riding on the shoulders of the TVS team as they started working on a new motorcycle which would be the new chief of its product portfolio. And with the new TVS Apache RTR 200 4V they have delivered to those large expectations. The carburetted variant is priced at Rs 88,990 (ex-showroom, Delhi) while the fuel-injected variant is priced at Rs 1,07,000 (ex-showroom, Delhi). The ABS version will be launched in March and will be priced at Rs 1.15 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). Watch Quick Video Review here: TVS Apache RTR 200 4V Video
It looks the part with its edgy and sporty styling which should make it stand out among its rivals. Then there’s the fit and finish levels of the motorcycle which are definitely among the best in segment and the added benefit of TVS’s vast sales and service network. But what really makes the TVS Apache RTR 200 4V unique is its brilliant performance and lively handling dynamics that do complete justice to its performance DNA. The Apache RTR 200 4V is a huge leap for TVS in terms of engineering and if upcoming products do follow on its footsteps, we shall be looking forward to some fantastic motorcycles from TVS in the near future.
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Apache RTR 200 4V User Reviews
Features & Styling4.5/5
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Preferred For : Daily Commute
51% of users have given a rating of 4.5 and above
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Good ride for long drive, I feel not back pain rtr 2004v best for long drive i have go 1000 km in 16 hours non stop i fell very well not tried so i think this bike is born for only long drive
Good engine making performance.Really good value for money good good good bike some vibration s on highway at 125 kphm.
Rode just around 1000km, Mileage is good getting around 49.Observed engine heat issue, But its normal for new bikes as gets known from many users.
Performance is good but it should be 6 gear.Mt15 has given 6 gear in 150 cc.So i request to company upgrade to 6 gear of rtr 200 4v.Mileage is amazing.Even 200cc its consumes average.This bike riding position is so comfortable.
I love this bike because it's has looks and power to perform on highway.Solid grip on road and the breaking system is awesome.
Pathetic service by surbhi enterprises or surbhi tvs in baldev nagar ambala city haryana.Just pathetic.No one knows how to handle customers.Parts of bike got damages withing 1.5 years and they don't even have parts in their center.They just know how to make money out of there customers.Today i just got my bike serviced and they don't even have seals of gear shift, Because of this engine oil is leaking.My front forks got leaked because of seals breaking.And they don't have this even.Pathetic service.Now i have both issue with bike front forks leakage and engine oil leakage because of gear shift seal.In feb 2020 my bike front rim got damage just because of normal p*t hole and they don't have this.After 8 month of time they arrange this and they told me now you have to renew your insurance.My firsr party bumper to bumper insurance got expired in may.Now i have to pay for insurance and after that for file charges and full amount of rim price which is 4500 to 5000 they are just pathetic with there services and parts availability.
I bought this Bike for the College Purpose using it for 2 years, And Really 101% satisfied with the bike. The initial acceleration of the Bike is Just Awesome... seats are also very comfortable for the driver as well as for the Pillion🤟🏻 Engine is very Smooth and Refined 20.5 PS of power is enough... the styling of the bike is also awesome.. you can Get to the highways as well as in city any time... riding position is also Good... maintenance cost is Low ... but too much vibration at High speed... if you go 110+ you"ll definitely feel the vibrations in the handle and Foot rests.... It could get LEDs but Halogen is sufficient at night.... missing the USD Forks .... getting mileage of 38-40 kmpl....
I have purchased the bike on 15th october 2018 after researching about a month i watched more than 50 videos including mileage test,braking, handling and suspension of popular youtuber like motorbeam, motoroctane, powerdrift, dino"s vault and a non-popular faces. When i was researching i rode gixxer and gixxer sf,hornet,ns 200,fz2.0,fz25,hero extreme 200r apache 160 4v and apache 200 4v out of all bikes i like apache 200 as it checks all boxes and is a fully packed bike in its segment. I think it is the best bike in it"s segment after duke 200.PROS-Best in class 200cc bike..High speed stability no vibration found on speed upto 125kmph.Superb handling easy cornering Fully faired all digital console Best street naked look Comes with ART-slipper clutch and boy Clutch feel is very light.Braking is decent...Stops in 0-60kmph in just 2.9 sec.Gearshift is smooth.Throttle is amazing.CONS- Minor cons like lack of side stand indicator.Lack of 6th gear it feels while riding on highways.Cold start problem due to single spark plug.Headlight could be led for the price..Only major issue faced in a month is bike starting issue in cold each time i have to apply choke to start the bike every morning.Overall-4.6/5Best in its price.
First I like to buy pulsar ns bcoz it"s look more handsome and epic... But it cost huge, so I compared more bikes... I test the apache I"m pretty excited, bcoz it"s midrange performance is absolutely terrific... And it price was so affordable for budget persons and offers a list of features like dual channel ABS, fuel injection, LED drl, trip metre, topspeed recorder, mad finish colour scheme, LED tail lamps, first in segment sliper assist clutch....omg!!! 😳... And also it"s consumes some cons like.... 😔inefficient powerdelivery in topspeed... Overall it"s an best value for money and it"s provide 45kmpl milege... Not bad... 😀
Plz don't buy apache bike.This bike has many issues.I purchased my apache dual channel abs version last year.From the starting my bike is getting many issues like starting problem, I replaced my spark plugs 2 times due to the use of choke all tym.Without it, The bike doesn't start.And now my bike rear brake is not working due to failure of brake.And the part availablity is very very poor of tvs.They are not manufacturing parts.The motive is only to earn money by selling products.So plz i request everyone not to buy tvs products.
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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Apache RTR 200 4V
- The seat height of TVS Apache RTR 200 4V is 800mm. On the other hand, the seat height of the Yamaha YZF R15 V3 is 815mm.
- It would not be possible to fit the cylinder kit of Apache RTR 200 4V in Apache RTR 180. Moreover, we would suggest you to get in touch with the nearest authorized service center for the availability and price of the cylinder kit. Follow the link and select your city accordingly for service centers.
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- I have always been a fan of Pulsar Ns 200, but when it comes to Engine refinement and exhaust sound there is no comaprison to Apache rtr 200 4v. Now coming to Engine power, Ns has quite powerful output in terms of bhp which 23.7 in comparison to Apache mere 20.73 bhp. Also Ns has 0.3 Nm more torque than Apache.When it comes to long crusing over highways, Pulsar beats Apache at its peak with 6 gearbox as compared to Apache's 5 gearbox which helps Pulsar to attain top speed of around 145-150kmph. Both bikes have equal milegae output ie. Somewhere between 38-45kmpl (depends on how you drive)I just bought a New pulsar Ns 2019 Abs, clocked at around 178 kms and i guarantee you that i have never been more happier in my life.Only thing i miss in Pulsar 200Ns is Exhaust but seriously that is no big issue, you can install a much powerful exhaust (Akrapovic) which comes around 4000-6000 INR, and trust its the best exhaust avilable out there, put in some K&N air filters, use Motul Synthetic oil, install Hydraulic lever and you have got the Beast on two wheels. (These are the ideas from my Pulsar 200Ns, i assure you next time you see a Apache 200 rtr 4v on a highway, you are gonna pass it over like its a piece of cake on wheels😅 lol. Goodluck with your machine.
- Lot of people were asking this question. So I do little digging about this V4 engine. Whatever I will be now mentioning is compared to NS200.Apache V4 engine is known for fast riding, Better pick up and maximum torque, There will be also less engine noise.NS200 has Triple Spark Engine, It's India developed technology, It usse the fuel in three cycle not in two comparing to other bikes. This is the reason you will easily get 40-42KM/L on highway and above 35 in city. For me NS wins
- Both these bikes are best at their point NS 200 is more powerful , top end of the bike is awesome and liquid cooling is available, preferd towards tall riders Apache 200 is newly refined engine with sporty looks compared to ns 200 the looks of ns200 is outdated and is available in market since 6 years, Apache200 handling is better than ns 200 , exhaust note of Apache is amazing compared to ns200 cusioning of seats are better in Apache 200 , sporty DRLS, best for city riding, and about mileage,Apache also defeats ns200 in mileage company claims 44 kmpl for Apache and 35 kmpl for ns200 but rather it depends on riding bike I had achieved around 38-40 kmpl in city on my Apache Apache gets dual channel abs and slipper clutch
- Obviously RTR 200 4V is better bike among these two because of reasons given below1.Styling :- RTR 160 4V is Downscaled Version of RTR 200 so looks are subjective this statement is not applicable here And if you will look in pictures RTR 160 4V will look equally good but in real life the difference is apparent in RTR 200 it looks wider and musculer and has splitted seats and gold coloured front forks which stands it out from the commuter crowd.2.Performance :- here also RTR 160 4V can't even stand a chance and there is no argument that RTR 200 4V is sportier bike and it is faster by a big margin whether it is acceleration or top speed RTR 200 will always ho faster and will give you more adrenaline rush.3.Mileage :- mileage is slightly better on RTR 160 4V but it is not a big difference, only 5 kmpl will be lesser on RTR 200 4V in normal riding condition RTR 200 4V gives a mileage of 37-40 and RTR 160 4V gives a mileage of 42-45 but if you are a hardcore rider and if you will ride your bike mostly on highways and if you will ride your bike on speeds like 100 and 110 then RTR 200 4V will give you more mileage because as a 160 cc bike it will be the top end for RTR 160 4V and as my friend told and as i have saw it on youtube milage goes down to 32-35 kmpl and for RTR 200 that speeds are normal because it is 200 cc bike and it is easier for a 200 cc engine to maintain 100 kmph constant speed and it will give normal mileage under these conditions4.handling :- Here also RTR 200 4V's Handling is better than RTR 160 4V's handling because RTR 160 4V has Wide Handlebar and RTR 200 4V has Clip on handlebar and clip on handlebars are known for their sporty handling so if you like cornering so much than RTR 200 is the perfect bike as it also offers you super stickey and grippy Pirelli tyres which are absent on RTR 160 4V5.Comfort :- here both bikes are eqaully good and you might think that RTR 200 4V has clipon handlebars so it will more aggressive and less comfortable but it is not the case because it's handlebars are raised Clip-Ons and they doesn't affect comfort and RTR 160 4V's Wide handlebars are also similar to other bikes in it's segment so both of them give you same comfort.6.Refinement and Vibrations :- if you are thinking that RTR 200 4V and RTR 160 4V are similiar to RTR 160 and RTR 180 than it is not the case both bikes are so much refined and they have very less vibrations which are present only in top end and in top end also vibes are very negligible.7.Features :- RTR 160 4V is very feature rich bike but it can't stand a chance against it's father RTR 200 4v which has more features than RTR 160 4V like Gear position indicator and better looking instrument cluster because of white backlight and it comes with slipper clutch which and it is first bike to have Slipper Clutch in it's segment and it is very rare in higher segments also and it is a very useful feature it is far better than normal clutch and both bikes have ABS on board but the ome on RTR 200 4V is Dual channel ABS so It is Functional on both the tyres front and real while RTR 160 have single channel ABS and it is only operational only on front tyre so if you will press rear brake suddenly then rear wheel will end up in locking and slipping.8.Verdict :- if you are on tight budget than RTR 160 4V makes sence but if budget is not concern and you can spend about 20 thousands more you can end up buying a better bike.Thanks
- It depends on your budget nd mileage...Both the bikes are best sellers in their segments you will get slightly better mileage in 160 Fi abs than rtr 200 fi nd you have to pay slightly lesser for 160cc...Rtr 200 has an edge over 160 in terms of ART-Slipper clutch...both the bikes are almost similar you can't get wrong with any of the two so choose according to your need nd mileage.
- If you r looking for little more power, 200 is for you but i think 200 doesnt have Kick start & i have seen people dragging the bikes without kick start option .
- If you want go for 200cc bike you should not look to mileage because if you take bike by looking mileage you will take apache200 4v but after that you will not get proper service even Apache 200 4v indicator bulb is not available on service centre from this you should think about the service of TVS
- Depends if you tall above 6ft apache whether it might be good is a no go your knees will be crammed while below 5ft8in ns is no go you'll have to struggle as you have to balance on one leg otherwise apache is a soft rider while ns a bit harsh and while comfort is with apache performance is with ns. looks are personal perspective I like apache's looks but drive ns200 apache is better for city and touring can be done too ns is perfect for touring city rides are a bit harsh as it heats up more and isn't as agile as apache
- I think apache 200 is easier to ride in the city whereas pulsar 200 is more powerful but the power is not usable in the city traffic as it takes time to build up. So, if you ride in moderate to heavy traffic conditions, rtr 200 is better, it also offers better handling and brakes.if you ride in light traffic conditions then pulsar is the better choice, although it does not handle all that well.
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TVS Apache RTR 200 4V Mileage
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Apache RTR 200 4V FAQs
What is the price of TVS Apache 200 4V?
The ex-showroom price of TVS Apache 200 4V is 1.34 Lakh. Check On Road Price of Apache 200 4V. .
What is the mileage of TVS Apache 200 4V?
The ARAI claimed mileage of TVS Apache 200 4V is 50.70 kmpl. Also check User Reported Mileage of Apache 200 4V.
Does the TVS Apache 200 4V have ABS?
Yes, ABS feature is available in TVS Apache 200 4V. View full specification of Apache 200 4V.
Which is better TVS Apache 200 4V or TVS Apache 160 4V?
TVS Apache RTR 200 4V Price starts at Rs. 1.29 Lakh which is Rs. 22,000 costlier than base model of TVS Apache 160 4V priced at Rs. 1.07 Lakh. Compare TVS Apache RTR 200 4V vs TVS Apache 160 4V on the basis of price, specs, features, reviews.
What is the EMI of TVS Apache 200 4V in Delhi?
The EMI for the base variant of TVS Apache 200 4V in Delhi is Rs. 3,725 per month @ 9.45% for a tenure of 36 months.
What are the colours available in TVS Apache 200 4V?
TVS Apache 200 4V is available in 3 colours : Pearl White, Gloss Black and Matte Blue. View colour images of Apache 200 4V.