TVS Apache RTR 200 4V Specifications
|Emission Type :||BS6|
|Engine Displ. :||197.75 cc|
|Mileage :||50.70 kmpl|
|Max Power :||Sport : 20.82 PS @ 9000 rpm, Urban/ Rain : 17.32 PS @ 7800 rpm|
|Gear Box :||5 Speed|
|Fuel Type :||Petrol|
|ABS :||Dual Channel|
|Head Lamp :||NA|
|Wheels Type :||Alloy|
|Tyre Type :||Tubeless|
|Standard Warranty (Years) :||NA|
Specifications of TVS Apache RTR 200 4V
TVS Apache RTR 200 4V Specs Overview
|Kerb Weight||152 Kg|
|Fuel Tank Capacity||12 Liters|
|Seat Height||1050 mm|
Full Specifications Of TVS Apache RTR 200 4V
- Petrol - 197.75 cc
Power to Weight Ratio
0.1 kW / kg
SI, 4 stroke, Oil cooled, Fi
Sport : 20.82 PS @ 9000 rpm, Urban/ Rain : 17.32 PS @ 7800 rpm
Sport : 17.25 Nm @ 7250 rpm, Urban/ Rain : 16.51 Nm @ 5750 rpm
No Of Cylinders
Valve Per Cylinder
Mapped ignition system
No Of Gears
Performance and Fuel economy
Braking (60-0 kmph)
Braking (100-0 kmph)
18.72 secs @ 109.26 kmph
Braking (80-0 kmph)
Braking 60-0 km/h
Chassis and Suspension
Double Cradle Split Synchro Stiff Frame
Telescopic Forks with Preload Adjuster
Mono Tube - Mono Shock
Tyres and Wheels
Front :-90/90-17 Rear :-130/70-17
Front :-431.8 mm,Rear :-431.8 mm
Wheels Type (Pressed Steel/ Alloy)
Front Brake Diameter
Rear Brake Diameter
Turn Signal Lamp
Air Filter Service Cost
Spark Plug Service Cost
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Apache RTR 200 4V Features Comparison
Ex-showroom Rs. 1.29 Lakh
Base variant features
- Starting (Self Start Only)
- Wheels Type (Alloy)
- Tyre Type (Tubeless)
- ABS (Single Channel)
- Low Fuel Warning Lamp
- Pilot Lamps
- Body Graphics
- Trip Meter (Digital)
- Speedometer (Digital)
- Pass Switch
- Passenger Footrest
Dual Channel ABS
Ex-showroom Rs. 1.34 Lakh
- ABS (Dual Channel)
TVS Apache RTR 200 4V Overview
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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.
This is best 200 cc bike in india.Feature you get in this bike you don't get on any bike.Reviewed and did a lot of research before making the purchase.I was about to buy ktm duke 200 but it's too expensive for a 200 cc bike when i saw rtr 200 4v and the feature, Performance, Ride quality, And fuel efficiency it was the best.If you are looking to buy a new 200cc bike then it's the bike to go for.
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 exact information regarding the CSD prices of the car can be only available at the authorized dealerships only. Moreover, we would suggest you to visit the nearest dealerships for further information. Click here for the dealership details.
- Is there any option to change the split seat into single seat?
- TVS Apache RTR 200 4V is equipped with a split seat.
- No, it is not possible to turn off ABS in TVS Apache RTR 200 4V.
- Yes it is possible,u just have to add a quality switch connection to avs fuse.i have done it and working fine
- Yes, the Apache RTR 200 BS6 is powered by a 197.7cc single-cylinder air-cooled fuel-injected engine with an oil cooler. You may also read the article -2021 TVS Apache RTR 200 4V BS6 Review.
- Yes, you may have the Saree guard removed. However, we wouldn't recommend removing the Saree guard for safety purposes. Follow the link for the authorized service centre of TVS in your city.
- TVS Apache RTR 200 4V may not be a better pick as the cruising ability of the bike is not up to the mark. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride before making the final decision. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership.
- As per your requirement, we would suggest you may go for TVS Apache RTR 200 4V or Pulsar NS200. 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. The bike offers a grunty and free-revving motor, brilliant handling dynamics, and a host of features including adjustable levers, adjustable suspension, and ride modes. On the other hand, Pulsar NS200 was always seen as an affordable alternative if you were in the market for a sporty streetfighter. For a better understanding of compatibility and riding comfort, we would suggest you take a test ride. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership.. Moreover, you can click on the given link and apply filters in order to check out [New Bikes Search@https://www.zigwheels.com/new_bike_search.php?byshowroomprice=80000-150000
- The TVS Apache RTR 200 4V comes equipped with SmartXonnect Bluetooth.
- Yes. Only in BS6 model though
- For the availability and prices of the spare parts, we'd suggest you connect with the nearest authorized service centre. Click on the link and select your desired city for service centres.
- I bought the bike recently and I haven't noticed any vibes so far (atleast till the speeds of 90-95 kmph). Indeed it's a VFM money product compared to it's rivals. The service would come upto 1500-2000. I have few people who are using the 1st gen rtr 160 till date. Get the bike timely serviced and voila you are good to keep it for a long time
- The Apache RTR 200 BS6 is powered by a 197.7cc single-cylinder oil-cooled engine. Moreover, you may get in touch with the nearest authorized service center in your city or refer to the user manual of your bike. Follow the link and select your desired city for service centers.
- We'd suggest you to please connect with the nearest authorized service centre in order to get exact details regarding the prices and availability of spare parts. Click on the given link and select your desired city for service centers.
- For the availability and prices of the spare parts, we'd suggest you to connect with the nearest authorized service center. Click on the link and select your desired city for service centers.
- Yes, you need to press the clutch while shifting gears even though your vehicle is equipped with a slipper-clutch. A slipper-clutch merely helps by allowing the clutch to slip in order to lighten the effects of engine braking while decelerating.
- Yes we need to use clutch.
- We'd suggest you to get in touch with the nearest authorized service center in your city as they would be able to assist you better. Click on the given link and select your city accordingly for service centers.
- For the availability and prices of the spare parts, we'd suggest you to connect with the nearest authorized service center. Click on the link and select your desired city for service centers.
- For that, we would suggest you to get in touch with the nearest authorized service center in your city as they would be able to assist you with complete details. You may click on the following link and select your desired city for service centers.
- For this, we would suggest you to visit the nearest service center and get your bike inspected as the mechanics over there would be the right people who can assist you in this case. You can click on the following link to see the details of the nearest service center and selecting your city accordingly - Service Center.
- For that, you may opt for the aftermarket exhausts or mufflers. However, the brand does not recommend for it as the aftermarket accessories may have an adverse effect on the engine's life. Also, it may void the warranty of the product. For more details, you may exchange words with the nearest authorized service center in your city.
- For the availability and prices of the spare parts, we'd suggest you to connect with the nearest authorized service center. Click on the link and select your desired city for service centers.
- TVS Apache RTR 200 4V is a very capable motorcycle and a brilliant offering from TVS Motors. It is sharp and agile while maintaining a friendly power delivery. However, the lack of a sixth gear though limits its touring potential. TVS should have given the bike a sixth cog to aid highway cruiseability. Currently, the engine is screaming while doing 100kmph in fifth gear that appears at 7000rpm. If you do not mind steady cruising and just touching the 3-digit speeds, then you may go for a long distance trip.
- We'd suggest you to please connect with the nearest authorized service center in order to get exact details regarding the prices and availability of spare parts. Click on the given link and select your desired city for service centers.
- For that, we would suggest you to connect with the nearest authorized service center as they would be able to assist you better with the details. Follow the link and select your desired city for service centers.
- For that, we'd suggest you to get in touch with the nearest authorized dealership as they would be able to assist you better with the exact canteen prices and availability. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details.
- 2020 TVS Apache RTR 200 4V offers an split seat which is neatly isolated and comfortable for both pillion and the rider. However, comfort is something that can be best judged personally. Thus, we'd suggest you to please connect with the nearest authorized dealership and take a test ride of the bike along with the pillion. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details. Read More:- TVS Apache RTR 200 4V BS6 Road Test Review: Best Gets Better?
- You expect a mileage around 50.70kmpl in city and 42.58kmpl on highway in Urban mode. However, in sports mode, bike run in a bit higher rpm and that will result in a drop in mileage. However, actual mileage figures will depend on riding style, road/traffic conditions.
- I think these are the figures you quoted for the BS6 version without riding modes from your Youtube video. I am asking for the one with riding modes.
- If you are planning to buy a new bike on finance, then generally, 10 to 30 percent down payment is required on the on-road price of a bike. However, exact confirmation regarding EMI, down payment, interest, loan period and its procedure will be discussed by the bank only, as it depends upon individual eligibility.We would suggest you to get in touch with the nearest dealership to get exact information. Click on the below-given link and select your desired city to get your nearest dealership details.
- TVS Apache RTR 200 4V is not available with an height adjustable rider seat.
- TVS Apache RTR 200 4V is a very capable motorcycle with agile handling and friendly power delivery and accommodates the riders well. However, comfort is something that can be best judged personally and so we would suggest you take a test ride for a better understanding of performance and comfort. Click on the link and select your desired city for dealership details.Read More: - TVS Apache RTR 200 4V BS6 Road Test Review: Best Gets Better?
- 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. However, the lack of a sixth gear though limits its touring potential. TVS should have given the bike a sixth cog to aid highway cruiseability. Currently, the engine is screaming while doing 100kmph in fifth gear that appears at 7000rpm. With the additional cog, it would have made the motor less shouty and perhaps delivered much better fuel efficiency on the highway too. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride for a better understanding of performance and comfort. Click on the link and select your desired city for dealership details.Read More: - TVS Apache RTR 200 4V BS6 Road Test Review: Best Gets Better?
- Rally matters
- In our fuel efficiency tests, the BS6 RTR 200 4V delivered 50.70kmpl in the city and 42.58kmpl out on the highway, which is nearly 4kmpl and 1kmpl more than the BS4 carb bike in the respective tests. Urban mode, meant for the city, cuts the power down to 17.32PS and 16.51Nm and offers a linear power delivery with better fuel efficiency.
- The ARAI claimed mileage of TVS Apache RTR 200 4V is 50.70 kmpl. Moreover, in our fuel efficiency tests, the BS6 RTR 200 4V delivered 50.70kmpl in the city and 42.58kmpl out on the highway, which is nearly 4kmpl and 1kmpl more than the BS4 carb bike in the respective tests.
- For that, we would suggest you to please connect with the nearest authorized dealership in your city and they assist you with complete details. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details.
- 2021 TVS Apache RTR 200 4V with multiple riding modes has been launched at Rs 1,31,050 (ex-showroom Delhi). It now gets adjustable levers and adjustable front suspension, in addition to the adjustable monoshock it had earlier. TVS has also thron in three ride modes which affect the engine and ABS settings. For more details, check out the following article: Everything You Need To Know About The 2021 Apache RTR 200 4V Under One Roof.
- TVS is offering a 5 year or 60,000km warranty on the Apache RTR 200 4V. For more details, you may refer to the user manual of your vehicle or visit the nearest authorized service center in your city.
- Yes, TVS Apache RTR 200 4V has a double stand.
- Yes, RTR 200 4V comes with three riding modes – Sport, Urban and Rain. As their names suggest, these modes alter the power and the ABS functionality to suit the riding conditions.
- Yes, Apache 200 dual ABS have 3 riding modes and many features in speedometer,if you want then buy, don't worry bike is really OSSM
- Around 2500 i think
- Not possible...Even I have tried to swap my old instrument cluster from rtr 200 4v BS4 from new one but it is very complex process.You can't do it.
- I don't think that's possible
- Not sure buddy contact a dealer near you
- Yes, accessories are never included in the on road-prices, either they are on offer or you have to purchase it separately. Moreover, it also depends on the dealership if they are providing accessories as complementary to their customer. You can click on the following link to see the details of the nearest dealership and selecting your city accordingly - Bike Showrooms.
- It would be unfair to give a verdict here as the life of any vehicle would depend on certain factors such as timely maintenance, driving conditions, etc. If you keep these factors in mind, the bike would last longer and perform well.
- Perfectly fine
- 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. It is powered by a 197.7cc single-cylinder, air-cooled, fuel-injected engine that makes 20.5PS of power and 16.8Nm of peak torque. The engine is mated to a 5-speed gearbox and the lack of a sixth gear limits its touring potential. The ARAI claimed mileage of TVS Apache RTR 200 4V is 50.70 kmpl. In our fuel efficiency tests, the BS6 RTR 200 4V delivered 50.70kmpl in the city and 42.58kmpl out on the highway. As for the engine oil, the standard oil offered at the service center is the best suitable engine oil for the bike and we'd recommend you to continue with that. Moreover, the difference between the normal petrol and power petrol is of the octane value. The normal petrol has a lower octane value and is used by most of the vehicle in India. Power petrol, on the other hand, has a higher octane value and it increases the performance and fuel efficiency of your vehicle. However, the difference is marginal and if you are willing to pay the premium, you may use the power petrol. Lastly, we would suggest you to take a test ride for a better understanding of comfort and compatibility. You may click on the link and select your desired city for dealership details.Read More: - TVS Apache RTR 200 4V BS6 Road Test Review: Best Gets Better?
- It must have happened after your first or later service I suppose as in my case,when I went for first service,it did happened. High beam indicator is flashing and it has happened due to water issue, while cleaning bike. May be there is some electrical short. Mechanic not able to figure out my bike issue so I decided to let it go and will take this issue in next service. Let's see what happens
- For this, we would suggest you walk into the nearest service center as they will be the better person to assist you by inspecting your bike. You can click on the following link to see the details of the nearest service center and selecting your city accordingly - Service Center.
- Hey there,I faced the same .But it is not bike problem.Let me guide you through the steps.First of all start your bike and hold the left side button for sometime until it displays set mph mode then toggle through options and stop at bluetooth and click on right side button.then open tvs app and connect.passcode will be shown on your bike.You can also refer to TVs rtr 200 manual online by downloading it .same procedure.
- For that, we'd suggest you to visit the nearest authorized service center and they would be able to assist you with the details. Follow the link and select your desired city for service centers.
- My new tvs apache 200 4v 2021 has shown mode cange error when press the mode change button , plz suggest me how can i fix this issue?
- Weight didn't matter bro
- Yes , my weight is 90 kg🌝
- Hey there, just contact tvs sales team 18002587555 and they will arrange bike in a week in your preffered branch.Same happened with me but don't worry you'll get your bike.PS: they'll tell that back end team will call but they won't , they'll directly resolve things
- Yes the same happened with me too. Call the tvs customer care for sales 18002587555 and tell them the same they will arrange the bike in a week.stay patient 😁
- The availability of any specific variant can be confirmed by the dealership itself as it depends on their stock book. You may check with multiple dealerships in order to get the specific variant you are looking for. Click on the link and select your desired city for dealership details.
- Hey there, just contact tvs sales team 18002587555 and they will arrange bike in a week in your preffered branch.Same happened with me but don't worry you'll get your bike.PS: they'll tell that back end team will call but they won't , they'll directly resolve things
- TVS offers bias-ply Pirelli Angel CiTy tyres with the Apache RTR 200 4V as standard and now offers TVS Protorq radial rear tyre as an option.
- Yes, the TVS Apache RTR 200 4V BS6 comes equipped with RLP (Rear wheel Lift-off Protection) Control in Dual-Channel ABS variant.
- The inside layer of the Apache RTR 200 4V tank is of metal and the out crust is of fiber.
- RTR 200 4v,
- 1500 above
- For the availability, we would suggest you to please connect with the nearest authorized dealership in your city as it depends on their stock book. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details.
- Some of the accessories are offered without any extra charges, however, other additional accessories are charged for. We would suggest you to get in touch with the nearest authorized dealership for more details on the same. Follow the link for dealership details and select your city accordingly.
- There is no suspension life stated by the brand. Replacement of suspension will be based on its physical condition which depends on how the bike is ridden. You may exchange your words with authorised service center in order to get better help.
- TVS Apache RTR 200 4V requires 1.2L engine oil and the best suitable oil grade is SAE 10W30. For more details, you may refer to the user manual of the bike.
- Apache 200 4v engine oil useing how
- The feature is 'Crawl Function' which allows the bike to move slowly in heavy traffics.
- TVS now offers a TVS Protorq radial rear tyre as an option alongside the usual bias-ply Pirelli Angel CiTy rubber.
- As of now, the brand has not suggested the load carrying capacity of the TVS Apache RTR 200 4V. Stay tuned for further updates.
- Honda Hornet 2.0 is powered by a 184.4cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled, fuel-injected engine that makes 17.2PS of power at 8500rpm while the TVS Apache RTR 200 4V gets a 197.5cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled, engine with oil cooler
- I would be using it for City commute and weekend highway ride . Can you please suggest one ??
- Well it is suggested not to install aftermarket accessories as the installation will require cuts and modification in the wires which might affect the other electrical parts of the bike and the battery life. The chances of warranty lapse would increase which may cost you way more in the future if anything goes wrong.
- Bs6 model bikes are having sensors so if we add any additional lights or charger socket whatever it may damage the wiring system and there is a chance of getting problem in the sensors system. So it is better to use without any additional fittings that need to cut the wires.
- TVS Apache RTR 200 4V features new TVS tyres. The front is a bias-ply Remora but the rear rubber is now a radial unit from its new range called Protorq. Moreover, you may also opt for the Pirelli Angel CiTy tyres.
- TVS has already launched the BS6 version of the Apache RTR 200 4V and for the availability, you may connect with the nearest authorized dealership. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details.
- The side stand indicator is not available with the TVS Apache RTR 200 4V.
- Well, there is no official update from the brand's end on introducing new colors. Stay tuned.
- Yes you would require to press the clutch while shifting gears. A slipper clutch merely makes the clutch pull very light and makes the gear shifts easier.
- Check with your carburettor ... If carburettor have dirt in it then the average comes too low so I believe you should check with your carburettor
- I had booked mine on 6th of June and still haven't received or got any confirmation on Receiving it. It's 16th of August now and it has been a hell of an experienced
- Depends upon your dealer I got mine in 14 days
- Does it come in Matt red ???
- What color options
- Ofcourse..why not?
- No kick start, only Self start.
- No well stop and go stop goYou complete on successful on you rideOil cooing system engion I think stop and 100km, 100km
- Yes it is
- Excellent riding
- No back pain well be coomSetting comfort you try long drive ns200 One choice
- Yes one of the best featuresIn rtr 4v bs6 200cc fist technology in india
- Best option rtr
- I'm using my Matte Black Apache 200 for last 3 years and can say that the high bass silencer sound is just awesome and it's same for last 3 years. Riding is as smooth as 3 years ago. Of course it vary from person to person and their usage style. The white light and the hud design of the cluster is best of all the bikes in this segment. So, in a nutshell, I am not going to sell my matte black Apache 200 until Apache is not releasing the new full matte black version.
- If you have a budget of upto 3 lakhs then you can go with Royal Enfield or jawa for comfort and dominor 400 or dominor 250, duke 200 or duke 250 or gixxer sf 250. Well apache is also a good option but if you have a good budget then there are some more bikes to look for. You can buy Royal Enfield Thunderbird because it's good for cruising and is very comfortable and it'll not cause you any problem in the city even.
- Bike safety and mileageBest style and sound Very good the best bike On rtr real aswome
- Yes very usefull technologyUse full on trofficHigh speeds
- Sure it's one of the v best bike, bar none in its segment. Power to weight ratio best on class, you can test ride, & decide also check dominar 250 & pulsar 200
- It's not convenient to balance
- Yes you can
- Havent Ridden the pulsar NS yet, but apache stands stronger than the pulsar in the performance level
- Bs6 appachi rtr 200 the best
- Is it available in Madurai?
- BS6 200 4V is available
- Company not provide windshield but we can customise after purchase we have many options after market windshield.
- No windshield but we can customise
- No windshield but we can customise any time
- Lol.. my 160fi 1st model still touches 136kmph.. at 45kmpl.. 😁
- Hahahaha You Seems To Be a good Careing Biker Proud Of You .
- Yeah even mine.. 180 rtr 140 .. with 40 kmpl
- Atleast 5.5Others less than 5.5 will face some problems in traffic
- Some problem in bumper to bumper traffic
- Spare parts will not be an issue as lots of carburated apaches are out there. The main issue here is, will you still have the same bike after 10-15 years.
- Maybe not 10+ but atleast 8-10 then yes of course.So do you think the Original spare parts for apache carb will still be available in era of Fi.?Do answer as I am planning to buy it in January 2020
- Usually the company will k**l a model by making spare parts available for few years ...do don't worry. we can order it through sites.
- 90 to 105 kph is the practical cruising speed of RTR 200 4v. Munching kilometres depends highly on riders endurance. I personally take a quick break for 10 mins at around 200 kms.
- I had done around 200 kms non stop. The seat is a little bit hard. So, I had to take a break. There were no problems with engine temperature.
- It depends on the rider. I have covered 800km in 2 days, that is, back and forth. I've had no issues cruising at 100-110
- You must talk to the nearest dealer's he would be knowing about the exchange.
- Eurogrip radial at back and ramora in front
- TVS Tyres
- Yes,but you have to make more pitstops and maintain touring speed of 80km/hr only
- Bhai ye v bataao ki 1 years full insurance n 4 years 3rd party insurance. Why are you not telling this?
- 5 years.
- You can take it since it's equipped with an oil-cooler. Sure that's not as effective as the liquid cooling system offered in it's rivals but it gets the job done.
- Ya sure I hv visited kaza spiti valley last month amd the whole ride was abput 2300 km
- Yes.. but not as standard accessory. you have to mount it from the market.
- No bro
- I'm sorry, could you please elaborate
- Yes and it has dual channel abs as standard which no other brands give in this segment and at this price point
- Apache RTR 200 doesn't have an option of single channel ABS
- Yes, every bike over 125 cc is Mandatory to have
- I bought this bike on 7-Oct-19. But till date the showroom executives are unable to educate me about the smart xconnect functionalities. They also are not aware about the same. It might be case to case basis. But TVS Apache's smart connect technology is very effective & efficient.
- TVS just announced BS6 model for the rtr 209 4v and 160 4v and Bluetooth connectivity feature is available in this model.
- Yes but only in the latest model 2019
- Apache being the lightest in it's class, it does face slight wobbles but as long as you can handle them, you're good to go. It's quite negligible though
- Rtr is a track oriented bike...others naked for streets..fz25 and mt does all chores in a city with linear acceleration...with good mileage. if you need start brake corner..repeat .. (not in roads please)performance rtr is the choice.
- For all round purpose, rtr200 is best option and value for money bike
- RTR 200 is the best option for the regular users
- There was a FI variant. But, the latest connectx version only comes in carburetor engine.
- No a carbetateur now.
- 50-60 UNDER 4-5 THOUSAND RPM
- Wait for next year
- How price of diwali offer in emi
- How price of diwali offer in emi
- Clearing of cheque
- Wait for bs 6 upgrade
- It would be better to ask nearest dealer
- In the new segment abs ...but in the old variant ..it has normal
- I am aslo keen to know is there any possible way to update my old Console to new one please tell me if i can for XConnect intrument cluster on my non Bluetooth rtr 200
- I asked the same question to my TVS dealer and they said it wasn't possible. In other words, they politely asked me to f**k off. 😆
- I am also looking to upgrade my digital console but as of now don't have any idea how to upgrade...
- I will not recommend you to do coz company provides ideal tyre size but if you want to do then contact local mechanic.
- Does the tyres touch mudguards if we upsize the tyres ?
- Of course you do
- The latest BS6 versions of RTR 2004v gets Fuel Injection as standard. So, ABS variant should get Fi as well.
- But you can't get both of them together.
- Which bike do you have currently?
- I have ridden all the bikes which you have mentioned and found rtr 200 to be best. So without second thoughts go with the rtr 200 4v
- Contact your nearest dealers
- Yes it is available with all the models of rtr 200 4v
- Yes TVS has launched recently Apache 200 4V with smart connect feature for just 2500rs more than previous model. Contact your nearest dealers for availability.
- It comes around 141500 on road price.
- I did in hills even on muddy track. and it won't disappoint you.
- Gixxer seems more suitable to you since you mentioned a 40+ mileage. Fz is underpowered. Duke 125 isn't that comfortable. And Apache returns a mileage of 36-38.
- Not sure about others, but rtr 200 will give you what you are looking for. RE quality is degrading day by day
- Of course yes and a big yes he will love riding this bike it is very good looking bike with a sweet engine i own one so i know everything about this bike, you will also love the bike because unlike most other sporty bikes it have a decent pillion seat so when you will accompany him for a ride you will also enjoy and most lovely thing about this bike is it's exhaust note which is super bassey to hear and it's feature list is so long that i can't explain all of those here but i can tell some of them which are Dual channel ABS(similarly priced bikes come with single channel ABS) Slipper clutch(even a segment higher bikes does not have this feature) Bluetooth connectivity (OMG i missed it and i want it so badly on my bike) it performs like a beast and it will be a excellent city bike and a very good highway bike so go ahead you can gift him this and OMG😱😱😱 your husband is so lucky to have you i have never seen such a girl who can gift a bike to her husband and that also a soprts bike i think you love him so much and you always want to keep him happy wow i hope he will like the bike so much and i think he is also such a deserving man to have you as wife may god keep your pair fullfilled with love and joys.
- Thank you so much dear friend for being such a informative, it really helped me out, so now I'm sure that I'm gonna buy this bike only, nd thank you for your blessings, another thing is we are juz engaged hopefully we'll get marry soon...once again thanks for your blessings.....😊
- Thankyou so much for letting me know the features too though it's very tough for me to understand again , but thank you for helping me out with such a beautiful msg, u were very helpful.... Thank you so much 😊
- Go with the apache rtr200
- It has been launched and i have bought it you can see it on my instagr profile @the_quickshifter_3004
- Already in the showroom waiting for you to buy it👍🏻
- It has launched please visit your nearest TVs showroom
- No I don't think you can. The lock for the rear seat is in between both the seats and this is not the case in 160.
- There is no need for it. elec. starter is very good, just keep your bike maintained well,
- Not recommended to play with the mechanicals. The electric starter is equally good
- Yes in the latest version there it is. mine is 2017 model & it doesn't have.
- Yes ART-SLIPPER clutch is available across all varaients of rtr 200 4v
- Yes this variant is coming with Slipper Clutch.
- No,due to new laws from government every bike which is 200cc or above it has to be with abs so standard version is not having abs
- No due to new laws the STD varaient is discontinued by the manufacturer.The dealer can't sell the std varaient of the bike.
- 125cc or above has to be Abs
- As this is 160cc bike the maximum top speed you can achieve on this bike is 115kmph. Any 160cc bikes can easily go 100kmph of speed but maintaining the continuous speed will definitely stress the engine or freeze the engine.
- Definitely it will stress since the engine capacity is not high enough to cruise at 100
- All the bikes which you have mentioned I think Apache 160 4V will go ahead and It is best in class for daily commute (in town).Go for it.
- Go for 160 4v of ns 160
- Apache 160 r fz
- Why would you do that... people like to ride their bikes in a comfortable way likes of 160 4v and KTM Duke bikes all comes with single handle not clip ons.Clipon bar are little bit leaning towards the front it causes back problems and several back issues....
- Yes with a little modification.
- Both the bikes are best in their segments...MT-15 will cost you around 1.52lakh on-road while rtr will cost you 1.28lakh on-road for the dual-channel ABS.If you ride mostly in city and you want a overall package for the price then go for rtr.If you want a street naked raw look then go for the MT-15.I'm getting 34kmpl exactly in mixed conditions (city+highways). Check the link and watch the comparison video.https://youtu.be/T7sJ7DbQQ9Q
- Hands down go with RTR. It has better features and better power at a comparatively cheaper price.
- Go for it...it is a all-around package.It will cost you around 1.31lakh which is a stellar deal.No problem with the height till 6.0ft.Go for it
- Yaa sure you r gonna to enjoy your rides
- Go for the dual channel ABS it will cost you around 1.31lakh.
- Race edition 2.0 is best
- Hey brother, I have a great experience with apache series.. and I have tested it for 1000+kms a day.. these are great machines
- Ofcourse you can....but take a brake after 150kmpl
- My RTR 200 4V ABS giving an average of 40 - 45 kmpl in average normal city traffic on good road conditions . On this average you have to decide on your own equation .
- Do not expect more than 32kmpl in rtr 200 series. Other than mileage bike is superb.
- Surely it will give above 40
- I'm not sure about the racing because I haven't taken it to the track yet, but I can assure that it has superb handling and balance.
- Yes suitable
- Go for reliability of yamaha fz 25 if budget is not a constraint. Although i am a apache 200 4v owner, i can assure you that yamaha has more reliable cycle parts and service.
- If you need performance package then go for ns 200 cos the expectations u keep on fz25 downgrades you when u compare them with the other bikes in this segment.
- YAMAHA spare parts are too highalso there is no proper service network of yamaha in indiaI am a FZ16 owner
- Does the BS4 apache rtr 200 4v have the same size telescopic fork?
- 37mm telescopic
- Yes rtr 200 comes with dual channel ABS as standard
- Yes, and top end carb varient costed me 1.28 lakh
- Yes. Race Edition 2.0 Carb variant
- Now a days all the manufactures are ommiting kick starter in the bikes of 200CC nd above. So this can't be big issue.The big issue is that RTR 200 has cold start problem across its all varients.Now your question i don't think it will cause any problem while starting your bike after a month coz i have done this. Actually i was out from my city for 2.5 months nd when i came back i started my bike after applying choke.It took 3-4 attempts but later it started nd i kept it started for 2-3 minutes. Don't rev your bike if you are starting your bike after a while.Apply gentle throttle nd keep it start for 2-3 minutes. Then take it for a ride.
- May just start and stops..tesson is obvious. a battery issue...dirt in fuel system ..cold whether? they have a choke lever ..it may help some time.
- Use choke and leave the engine idle for a while, it will run normally again
- ABS with Fi is only available with 160 4V nd Fi with ABS in 200cc is going to launch later this year. You can go with carb with ABS in 200 4V.Only difference between the two isCCMileageSpeedART SLIPPER CLUTCHElse everything is same on both the bikes.
- Both are best but 200 4V have oil cooled engine and slippery clutch like features which gives us like racing specs.
- 200 is always better if you dont have money issue.
- If you want to exchange your 200 with 390 i will suggest you to sell your bike nearby coz you will not get much if you exchange with dealership.First try to sell your bike nearby then decide to purchase the new bike.
- 6 months and our relationship is still going strong. There's been no major defects so far. Apache 200 has never failed to deliver. Be it in terms of mileage, pickup, maneuvering, maintenance. It is the best one in the segment if you're looking for long term
- Dont go for online reviews.. it might happen that some bike may have some defects but i am sharing out of my experience. I have been driving it for past 7 months and found it the best bike in its segment in all the parameters. looks, driving, agility, handling, weight, feel, suspension, sturdy, sound, refinement, etc.
- I own one. Watch the reviews of reputable channels like motorbeam, zigwheels. apache 200 is the best 200cc bike. I love the bike. Only one con is that it doesn't have the top speed as much as ns 200 but in acceleration its the best
- Of Course TVS Apache RTR 200 4v race edition with ABS is better option for the reasons :-1.Styling: It looks better and appeals to a major audience in comparison to Avenger street 220 which is designed as a cruiser and only those people will admire it who are fond of cruisers and on other hand TVS Apache RTR 200 will get more attention because of it's styling it is sporty and has it's own distinctive Character2.Performance: in performance front too TVS Apache RTR 200 4v is clear winner because it's engine is more modern and punchy compared to avenger's detuned engine which is derived from pulsar 220 and it's power figures are also lowered so you will miss on both acceleration and top end if you get avenger street 220.3.Vibrations: here also Apache Wins hands down because it has 4 valves and a good balancer shaft and a double cradle frame which is stiff enough and unlike older Apaches RTR 200 is a totally different bike in terms of vibrations which are merely present on top end and than also they are very minor vibes on the other hand bajaj has done nothing serious to reduce vibrations on Avenger street 220 so it will vibrate nore than Apache but it will not vibrate more than pulsars and older apaches (160 and 180).4.handling: here i don't think i have to explain you anything as you know a sporty naked bike's handling is way better than that of a cruiser but then also i would like to add some more info about RTR's handling, i have ridden both RTR 200 and Duke 250 and in my opinion RTR's handling is even better than that of duke's even it is marginally better but it is so avenger is no match here because TVS Apache RTR 200 4v race ediotion gets a very good chassis which is double cradle frame and it has amazing set of suspensions to support it's handling Apache has KYB telescopic forks up front (and they look gorgeous too because of golden paint) and it has raised clip on handlebars and i assume that you know that clip on handlebars are best for cornering and for sporty riding in general all that makes apache a super handler.5.Comfort: it is the area where avenger rules over any other bike in the segment it has segment leading comfort because of its heavily cushioned seats and very soft suspension setup and a very relaxed and upright riding posture due to raised up handlebars on the other hand apaches riding comfort is not bad but it is simply no match for avenger, Apache's seat is also comfortable and riding posture is sporty but comfortable at same time and suspension setup is also good for indian roads but if you want comfort avenger is the bike which is better.6.refinement and exhaust note: you will fall in love with Apache rtr 200 if you will listen it's exhaust note it is best sounding single cylinder bike in my opinion its exhaust is very bass heavy and throaty and after warm up it sounds like a parallel twin engine it so much refined engine that you won't believe that it is a TVS bike and on the other hand avenger has no such advantages upon its rival here it is good though but RTR is better bike here in terms of exhaust note and refinement.7.features: TVS Apache RTR 200 4V Race Edition 2.0 is a feature rich bike you get an ooption of Fi and you get a option of ABS on the other hand Avenger does not have any Fi option but it also has ABS but then also TVS's bike wins here because Apache has Dual Channel ABS (which is functional on both front disc and rear disc) whereas avenger have only single channel ABS (it is functional only on front disc) and TVS apache RTR also get many features which are not present even on the other bikes of the segment like Slipper Clutch and its Console has so much information like gear position indicator and lap timer, top speed recorder and 0 to 60 acceleration timer and many other functions which are high tech.and a special point also.Suitability for shorter riders: as i can see by your choice of bikes i am assuming you want a bike which is suitable for shorter riders and in that aspect avenger is better because it has low saddle height but trust me (as i am a 5 foot 5 inch guy) you will find TVS Apache RTR a bit uneasy initially but after some days you will get habitual of it and you will be very comfortable after some days trust me as i find it very suitable for me and it is a better bike for college guys.
- Both are bikes are of different segment. You have to decide which one to buy between crusior nd Street naked...If you like crusiors than go for 220 nd if you want naked then go for rtr 200 4V RC 2.0(carb ABS)
- Definitely RTR
- No as of now 200 is only available in carb. Varient...Fi varient with ABS is going to be launch very soon.Price wise it will be little bit in expensive side coz fi technology with ABS is not common in indian market. I think it will be priced anywhere between 1.25-1.35 ex-showroom delhi.
- No currently abs is available only with carb varients
- No I think.Carburettor plus ABS only
- Yes definately 200cc bike is better than 160cc.....but you have to compromise on mileage 160cc produce 40-50kmpl while 200cc will give you 30-33kmpl.200 4V comes loaded with ART-SLIPPER clutch else everything is same in both the bikes.
- 200 is super fun. engine sound is the best thing about this bike. You will go crazy with the kind of power and excitement from 2004v.
- Of course man 200 cc n mich more experience.
- Brother all the bikes which you have choosen is different in its segment gixxer nd rs is fully faired sports bike while rtr is street naked bike. All the bikes priced differently gixxer costs 1.10 ex-showroom delhi, rtr 200 4V carb. ABS- 1.16, nd RS costs around 1.39 lakhs....I will suggest you if you like sports bike than go for the RS 200 nd if you like naked then go for the Rtr 200 2.0 fi ABS.
- RTR200 is most practical bike and it would satisfy your needs...most comfort and reliable engine
- Hey all varients of rtr 200 4V is good it depends how you use your bike. If you want to use your bike say for 12-14 years then you have to take care of your bike, change oil regularly, service your bike at given time, don't ride harsh, aviod reving your bike, change gears properly, use clutch sincerely.Go with the ABS model...RTR 200 4V rc 2.0 carb.ABS.
- There are some ongoing issues with the RTR series. Since ABS technology is new in bikes, I'd say that the standard version is good for long term basis
- I have ABS version, and trust me its a life saver as it has dual channel ABS.
- Hahaha...you are looking for a fuel efficient bike at 200Cc nd above brother you can't get both speed nd mileage together you have to compromise on one.Some of the 200CC bikes in india will give you max of 35kmpl rest will give you anywhere between 25-30kmpl. Anything above 200cc the mileage figure reduces to 23-28kmpl for 300cc-350cc bikes...If you are looking for a fuel efficient bikes then go for the 160Cc likes of apache 160 4V,Cb hornet 160 these are best in mileage in their segment..In 200Cc category apache 200 4V RC 2.0-30-35kmpl.Hero Xtreme 200R-33-37kmplPulsar ns 200 nd gixxer sf-30-32kmpl.
- Apache 200 gives good milage as compare to other 200cc bikes.
- You can take it but i will not recommend you to do...you can take the bike after your first service upto 150km. Don't rev your bike...Maintain the speed upto 50kmph before first nd second service. Change the gear in appropriate manner. Don't use much Clutch.And most importantly never rev your bike.Following this you will easily get 30kmpl in 1st service nd 32kmpl in 2nd nd 34kmpl in 3rd service.
- Well thats not a big issue but i suggest to dont take it over 80kmph before 1st service..
- Metal tank and upper protection is fibre..
- It has a fibre tank
- Fibre tank
- It is presently available in bs iv but it will get updated till 1st april 2020 to bs vi.
- Bro try other bikes of same segment bcoz i wont think it is suitable for 5" 5
- Yes definitely go for it...take a test tide first
- It is presently available in bs iv but it will get updated till 1st april 2020 to bs vi.
- BS IV
- BS IV
- There may be any leakage from oil cooler or inspection bolt. get it checked at authorized service center.. or if there is any major problem then it may be covered under warranty.
- Same with my bike after 2347km..i talk with the service center person he says that it is not cover in warenty i would pay for this..
- Ok bro but I have complaint to the company thy said they will. Resolve the problem... Thank u bro but I'll check once
- Both bikes are from different segments one is crusior and another is street naked you can't compare these two.First look what your requirement is?Then take a test ride then decide.
- If uh want a race bike than uh should go for apache n if uh need a mountain bike than uh should go for enfield it all differs in cc
- Both are good, but apache have more milage, lighter wight, more pick up, more safer.
- Good question dude..variants mean different form of a same thing.eg.bike with abs and with out...car with central lock and without.standard may be a varient upon which some features added...eg.. standard bike will have carberatur ..another varient fuel injection(see other answers)..ABS us antilock braking system which makes braking power distributed to wheels so that wheels don't get locked ..rear wheel Its a safety measure.. seen in bikes above 200cc.
- Standard/carb: is easy to adjust. lacks throttle responce (when compared to FI). low cost. adjustment of fuel and air mixture can be done by a s***w driver and a spanar.FI: good throtle responce, good milage, provides better mid range in rtr. Any adjustments need to be done by pros with all the instruments making it expencive for modification and maintenance.I would prefer FI as it provides both acceleration and milage
- Carb varient has good throttle and produce a raw performance as compared to fi varient.Fi varient has an edge of 2-3kmpl in terms of mileage than the carb varient.Fi varient has a negligible difference than the carb version.Carb is easy to operate while fi is new technology and little bit confusing.I have purchased the carb varient nd i will recommend you to go with carb varient.
- Not much ..its the same as in kick in cold start...take care during cold weather.. cold starts can spoil ignition problems in future....dont keep bike too idle.
- It will cold start in winters, but don't worry just use choke once and engine gets warm up easily. Apache 200 only come with electric start without kick.
- Apply choke for a minute and you're good to go
- Yes definitely rtr 200 4v has an edge over ns 200 in terms of engine refinement,slipper clutch,Dual channel ABS.
- In the city, yes. On the highway, nope.
- Yes we do get an option to go with Pirelli tyres with both carb nd FI varient.Slipper clutch is helpful in engine braking and it is lighter then the ordinary clutches. You can watch a video I have provided a link.https://youtu.be/UJmvi7ucfVM
- Slipper clutch reduces the pressure on the engine while braking which not only provides easier and non j****d downshifts but also reduces the wear and tear of all related equipments
- I did'nt feel any sort of vibrations in the bike speed upto 90kmph....mileage wise i'm disappointed with my bike my bike is giving exact 30kmpl in city ride after 3rd service.
- This bike dosent even goes over 119kmph. How are you even getting this top speed?
- A very slight vibration on footpegs after 130kph otherwise the motor is very refined and most comfortable among its competitors.... very great bike.
- Mohit g...mera v weight 80kg h aur main v bike ride kr rha hu mujhe to koi problem nhi hua aur aapko v problem nhi hoga
- Kunal ji But I am very healthy tooMy weight is >100 kgs Will I be comfortable?
- Yes it will be compfortable for you..my height is same
- Build quality of the bike is decent. Don't expect the built of hero spelendor or other hero's 100cc. If you ride and service your bike properly and regularly I can go a long way. I have already written to tvs regarding the build of the bike. I am not satisfied with the build.Mileage- I am totally disappointed with the mileage of the bike after 3rd service in city ride i'm getting exactly 30kmpl.I have not tested it on highways but you can expect anything around 35kmpl.If you service and ride sensibly it will last you long.
- Hi Mohit,It's been 1 year for the bike the build quality is at top notch compare to other competitors, so that you can keep it for longer. Mileage will come around 32km and eventually after first few services it will be more better .And coming to the performance you couldn't notice until 3rd service but later on you will feel like you are on the track and you are on the race.2.0 is worth buying.Thank you.
- I am using apache RTR 160 hyper edge since 2009. I have done around 1.35 lacs kilometers on it... and still it is performing very well.. no change in sound still my bike is stock.... I put my bike for service at every 2500-2700kms....
- Both the varaients are equally good but carburettor is easy to repair and repair centres are easily available for the carburettor version as compared to fi varaient.
- Take the test drive of both the variants and i am sure u will be happy with carb and abs option as the carb variant gives that apache feel when you launch it from stand still. Believe me fueling on carb variant is spot on and u will not miss fi at all. Cheers
- Go for ABS. Carb version produces raw power which will be a major missing in Fi. Also, Fi is new to TVS, there might be a lot of issues
- I asked my mechanic who's an expert says it occur most of the apache2004v
- This is certainly a defect if it's happening every single time. Try demanding a replacement of chain sprocket
- I rode more than 2000kms in 4 months and had my 3rd service done and do not feel any chain sound.
- Hey Rahul, engine refinement of apache rtr 200 4v race edition 2.0 is definitely of the higher end. TVS has minimized vibrations so well that they are barely felt. The midsegment performance, i.e, b/w 0 to 60km/hr is definitely better in the rtr, it offers a great punch, But its top end performance is not as good as NS 200. So, for a daily commute, the rtr is a better one to be considered, plus it offers great looks that are not so commonly seen ion the roads.
- Definitely Apache 200 4V is best in class for daily commute. In terms of refinement rtr 200 has more refined carburettor engine then NS 200.
- Surely Tvs as build quality of Bajaj is very pathetic.
- See i had taken the test ride of both, with fz 25 i found it powerful but boring. The suspension was tuned towards comfort. But apache was very fun to ride with good low to mid range. Fz 25 does have advantage of torque and legendry yamaha refinement but believe me apache is no slouch in refinement and top of that it comes with so much options with pirelli tyres abs and fi. Go for apache with Abs and pirelli tyres u wont regret. Thanks
- Only if Yamaha hadn't suddenly decided to make all it's bikes fuel efficient, Fz25 would have turned out to be good. 250cc and the power is almost the same as Apache 200. Moreover the suspension is so soft that it was never meant to handle extreme riding
- Hi Ameeruddin as Prashant is wright about it FZ 25 is boring but Apache is a lot fun to ride.
- You can install ABS in bikes using 3rd party. But indian manufacturers do not share their technology with 3rd party.some 3rd party companies like bosh install ABS in others countries coz they have proper setup for abs installation. Abs installation is very precise thing and you need a proper setup for that.So i will not recommend you to install abs in bikes using 3rd party services. Information source- gagan chaudry(youtuber).Take a look.https://youtu.be/CAeKEvKQKYM
- As others have mentioned, you may be able to. But it is highly recommended not to get aftermarket ABS. It is not light installing some colour lights on your bike. It is a matter of life or death. ABS is such an intricated technology and no one other than the manufacturer can guarantee you that perfection.
- ABS CAN BE INSTALLED IRRESPECTIVE OF THE COLOR, BUT SHOULD BE DONE THROUGH THE AUTHORIZED SERVICE CENTER ONLY, OTHERWISE IT MAY ONLY BE A SHOWPIECE.
- See carb variant does take time to start as compared to fi variant. I also face this niggle, but its ok.
- The only workaround i found was to put the bike in neutral each time you start
- Same. There's a delay in the start sometimes and it's annoying
- Yamaha R15 V3 is best overall bike but there is much price difference between the two.If you like sport segment bike then go with V3 or else go with 200.Take a test ride of both bikes first.
- Go for rtr 200 if u have to travel more on daily basis, as it has more comfortable ergonomics as compared to r15 v.3. Performance wise there is slight different manner in which they produce power as rtr has good low and mid range, and r15 has terrific top end.
- Both are meant for different category people. if near straight position is important for you then apache is the right choice. if you are ok with forward leaning position then you can go for R15. Interms of performance both are winners
- After giving service center 3rd time they charge me big amount but problem is not solve
- NS 200 bay don't buy Apache there service and some small problem they are not solve in one week I given service center 3 time still this starting problem not solve and my bike only 12,000 km challa hay I change my clutch they taken 6000 that is also they are not done properly again I leave service center that Tim they told new clutch plate they are not fix properly now is ok like that they told me then I take my bike 2 days run properly again same problems I feel and starting problem Also
- I bought the 2021 model of rtr 200 4v with mods and it does not have choke or kick start, TVS gave hope it is feather touch start but after a couple of days I bought the bike it doest start, they said they might need to replace the switch, how come a 3 days old bike can't start, it has been 2 days and they are replacing the switch till now. I can't believe how poor the quality of the product and service from TVS motocorp
- If you are from pune then you should go for century tvs , wakdewadi. Number is available on google just search for it.
- Which city
- My first priority was safety..So I went with abs version. based on the driving style and conditions mileage will vary from as low as 32 to as high as 44. I get around 35 and I drive a lot within city. during run in period I got 43 kmpl . To get such mileage you need run at < 5000rpm. I have not heard anyone using ethanol version. mileage on fi version is 2-3 km more than carb version.
- If i were you i will give priority to safety and go with carb.varient with ABS.I drive a lot in city so i get 30-34kmpl of mileage with carb.varient. I have seen lot of youtube videos before making my decision and i will say there is not much difference in terms of mileage between fi and carburettor varient. You can expect diff.of 2-3kmpl. So don't hesitate go for carburettor with ABS.
- Well, Supreme court ruling. Bikes above 125cc must have ABS. There's that. And i've been riding the ABS version for a 1000km and the mileage has been a constant 40kmpl even after the first service.
- All the varients of rtr 200 4v comes with ART SLIPPER Clutch. As of now TVS did'nt launched the ABS version with FI varient. Abs is only available with carburettor version. I think ABS with carburettor version should be a smart choice rather than FI version without ABS as you will not notice much difference between FI and carburettor version.
- Slipper clutch with the ABS can make all the difference in the world. Downshifting has never been easier and filled with more confidence than this. Fi variant gives an advantage of mileage upto 2-3km extra and a 0.5 PS horsepower but ABS is really helpful.
- TVS apache 200 4v all variants got the ART slipper clutch and if you're more concerned to safe riding you have to take the 200 ABS rather than FI vaiant
- Well my mom can sit comfortably on my apache but is sometimes she is scared because of the seat height. I would suggest you to take her during your test rides of both the bikes and see if she is comfortable on both the bikes and then take your decision.
- Well my mom can sit comfortably on my apache but is sometimes she is scared because of the seat height. I would suggest you to take her during your test rides of both the bikes and see if she is comfortable on both the bikes and then take your decision
- I bought apache because seat height is ok n comfortable but in Mt you can see pillion seat is small ..n footrest would be tall if you notice
- You will have a great time in it ...pillion?
- Yes, i am 6 exact
- Yes definitely it will be comfortable for you...I will suggest you to take a test ride then decide.
- The right posture can eliminate vibrations to a great extent. And without proper riding equipments, the constant speed won't help for long journeys
- I am 5ft 8inch and i am quite comfortable with it. Achieved 126kmph on NH19 and i felt low vibrations past 115 on the foot pecks.
- I have attain a speed upto 120kmph and i do not feel any vibrations whatsoever... according to your height the bike is perfect.
- For a student and young rider i would suggest to get a bike with dual channel ABS which comes with Apache 200 4v and R15 the NS200 and RS200 offers single channel ABS operational at front and only the speed sensor at the rear wheel.
- It's better you take a test drive of all 3 vehicles since the ride height and posture differs from vehicle to vehicle
- NS 200 is the best bike pick up milleage stylish look
- This bike is good using it for 8months done 8600kms. Did a highway ride of total 450 km and to be honest it is good. The stability and road grips at high speed is good. In city the bike is good at short pick ups. In 200cc segment with dual channel abs and slipper clutch i think you should go for this bike. Other bikes like NS 200 and RS 200 can give you better top speed. But cannot provide dual channel abs and slipper clutch.
- Ya I am using 200rtr from 1year it's good less service cost and good pick in city but don't expect the mileage better ride good comfortable in ride awesome sound
- I have long term experience with Yamaha R15 V3, its awesomeAnd i also have bad experience with Apache RTR 200 4V
- See Apache is good for the city ride but don't expect the good milage.....but pick is good.....but take a test drive of the mt-15 so if u feel the bike comfortable and pick over all 360degree u have compare and then u buy
- Rtr 2004v for race like dynamics...mt 15 is a naked designed for streets.soits up to you.but mt15 can do all which space can do
- Apache is better than mt 15 and also low cost. It gives you slipper clutch and dual channel abs at Rs. 1.4L on road Kolkata. Where the ex-showroom price of mt 15 is Rs. 1.36 offering only single channel abs
- How can you ?? I mean yes riding is very easy but if you get your both foot down and want to push your bike backwards then I'd say it's a little difficult, I am 5.5 btw and since I was riding rtr 160 2009 model earlier and upgraded yesterday i.e on 9th Dec 2019 from rtr 160 2009 model-rtr 2004v 2019 model and found out that while pushing the bike backwards getting your both foot down is a little challenging sometimes specially on busy roads even on traffics if you may. But I am also finding a tad bit difficult while taking a U-turn from idle state if the road/street is small, but i had no problems on my old rtr 160 as sometimes I used just one hand to take a sharp U-turn but nevertheless i'd say practice makes perfect, or almost close to perfection, since I rode the old rtr for almost a decade and still I was/I'm still not a perfect rider. From my personal experience I'd say the more you ride and get to know your motorcycle the more you'll start achieving near perfection or less.
- How can you ?? I mean yes riding is very easy but if you get your both foot down and want to push your bike backwards then I'd say it's a little difficult, I am 5.5 btw and since I was riding rtr 160 2009 model earlier and upgraded yesterday i.e on 9th Dec 2019 from rtr 160 2009 model-rtr 2004v 2019 model and found out that while pushing the bike backwards getting your both foot down is a little challenging sometimes specially on busy roads even on traffics if you may. But I am also finding a tad bit difficult while taking a U-turn from idle state if the road/street is small, but i had no problems on my old rtr 160 as sometimes I used just one hand to take a sharp U-turn but nevertheless i'd say practice makes perfect, or almost close to perfection, since I rode the old rtr for almost a decade and still I was/I'm still not a perfect rider. From my personal experience I'd say the more you ride and get to know your motorcycle the more you'll start achieving near perfection or less
- I am 5.5 and find out difficult to U-turn the bike on small roads, or push it backwards. But overall not much of a problem. Once it is above 25kmph, its actually very easy with good power and handling
- Depends upon your way of riding..If u want quick accelaration and speed go with duke 200If you want safety and with not so much power then i will suggest apache
- Apache definitely has better safety features including Dual Channel ABS and slipper clutch. So i suggest you go for that
- If you go with the speed you should choose rtr 4v
- Mileage- It depends on your riding style But can expect anywhere between 30-35kmpl for carburettor version and 32-37kmpl for fi varient.
- All variants have same engine and have same performance.
- R-15 and fz
- Wait for the FI varaient as TVS has announced then will lunch fi with abs in the first quarter of 2020.All the carburettor model will be discontinue from 2020.
- As told by the sales person, the choice is either FI or ABS. Supreme court has mandated ABS for bikes over 125cc. I guess it's better to go for ABS
- Ya u will get abs verient its good nice pick up and good milage
- You can tight the rear mono shock to reduce height, it is a seven step adjustable suspension i guess... every bike have a provision to adjust the rear suspension. But it will stiffer the suspension and didnt soack up much from the road...
- Yes bike is awesome but tjere after sales services are very poor although thry changed parts free of cost but was very dissatisfied with there services
- I don't think this is for you. I'm 5.6 ft tall and I can't flat foot either. I would suggest you to visit the nearest showroom, take a test ride and then decide
- Tvs Apache rtr 200 4V comes pre installed with tvs remora tyres front and rear. TVS provides you options to choose for Pirelli's as well but i think remora is enough for daily ride and Pirelli's is good for track day events.As per my daily ride of 50kms i did'nt felt any issue of road grip.Tyres provides a good grip on roads but if want to use it in rainy day then it can be little slippery.But for daily commuting TVS remora tyres will be great.
- Geniune response compared to other tyres TVs tyres is worst in rtr segment but cool dude You have two option 1 release small amount of pressure in tyre2.recommended go for mrf
- No never on hard Roads but it will slips in mud or any sand is there it will slip.... Not only apache bikes any bike will in those condition..... So if u r looking for high speed then go for super bike...... For road grip and normal driving till 130kmph its good grip
- As you are confused between rtr 200 4v and fz25 abs i will suggest you to go with rtr as you have mentioned 40km of mixed ride,it delivers best in off-road as well as it has good suspension.mileage you can expect 30-35kmpl.As you are 5.4" you will not face any issues while riding. For cornering it is best in segment. Take a test ride on bad roads of both the bikes you will understand the difference.
- I use RTR 200 race edition with ABS & slipper clutch and daily commute 30 kms in traffic. For Bangalore city ride this is best. Apply brake any where any time, it works amazingly. Suspension is better than any other bike I have used (RE).
- Thanks bros. Finally made a test ride of RTR 200. I would say this bike is awesome. Found as perfect fit for me. Booked for a Sunday delivery (ABS black). Once again thanks to all for proper guidance given on the subject...
- In city ride rtr 200 is jam but when it comes to highway ns 200 takes the lead but If you see overall KTM duke or RC 200 is best among the others.
- NS200 is the best among these for highways. Fz25 and RTR 200 perform absolutely well in the city. KTM, as you know is quite overpowered
- If you are looking for bike which can perform well in city and also for long ride then it should be RTR200 or FZ 25
- 2004v is the best bike for any kind of trips. The best part is the engine sound which will give u multiple o******c nirvana while riding it. I have covered 4000kms till now and I have never felt unsafe or unsure about the handling. From personal experience Only thing is maintain the tyre pressure to 28/32 front and back or else tyre will skid on extreme braking. The bike's quality of material is way above Bajaj or any other rivals. Value for Money Indian Brand for Race freaks. just power is less then NS200 so top speed or 0-60kmph will be lesser. but no complaint whatsoever.
- I once did a 380+ km journey from Bangalore to Kerala. The sound it makes once you hit 138kmph is an absolute pleasure to listen. Moreover, towards the end of the journey, it was filled with ghat roads and this bike had no problem maneuvering. Mileage was around 36kmpl even after constant revving at 110-120kmph. In my opinion, there can never be a better 200cc segment bike than this one
- Ha long tour pe leke jaa skte ho magar mere mai ek br ghumne gya tha friends k sath or raste me hi meri bike ka spark plug pura jal gya tha malum nahi kaise bht mushkil k baad mechanic mila tb gadi thik hui spark plug change krne k baad or waise bhi meri gadi abhi tk 4000 km chali h zyada time bhi nahi hua h fir bhi spark plug itne jaldi jal gaya
- According to me rtr 200 is best among the two...I has 4 valve engine and initial pickup is great when you compare it with rtr 180 and it doesn't feel any vibrations.
- Obviously RTR 200 is the best...bcz it has more powerful 4 valbe engine & racing look with different colour,braking & fuel supply option...
- Mere paas bhi RTR 200 hai lkn mai apko 180 suggest karunga
- In my opinion rtr 200 is more secure and safe then ns 200 it has Dual channel abs along with RLP protection.Initial pick-up of rtr is best in class in its segment and it will blow ns 200 anytime in city ride...but in highways ns 200 will outperform rtr 200 as it has 6th gear.
- In terms of pickup, the RTR 200 4V is better and if u want safety, the NS200 is better. Take a test ride of both the bikes and decide which one is better according to you.
- Apache 4v is the best of all and 5.4 feet would not face problem while riding but in place where you have to stop or in jam you would face little difficulty
- If rtr 200 is powerful 160 4v is raw with cornering ability suprtmoto mode close to the track version....so in road highway users can opt for 200 city commuters 160..pillion comfort more in 200 ..good lights in 200..so see your need and budget...but both will excite you.
- Rtr 200 4v is preferable in any case like the safety, features, power, look and so on. If you want to buy a 160 4v for daily commute, sad to say it is not a good choice. Though the ARAI tests achieved 60 km mileage range for 160 4v it does not get the same on the roads. I tested both my rtr 160 4v and 2004v and both have approximately same mileage. Then why do you need to compromise the 200 4v for the 160 4v???
- For daily basis of mileage is an issue i will suggest 160 4v but if you want safety features i will suggest you go for the 200 4v ABS variant. Features i like in 200 4V ABS as i own it:1). Slipper clutch2). Dual channel ABS3). The exhaust noteThese features are missing in 160 4V but rumours are there that TVS is going to update their 160 4V and i think they will single channel ABS.
- Put on high heeled riding boots with inner sole ..sit in the mounted bike in showroom adjust your sitting posture shoulders and elbows lean little forwards foot on pegs in the gear lever side must be kept backwards so as to rest on the base of toe@@@!!.After than you can master in controlling the bike in tarred ground ..initially in the road avoid traffic. use proper and quality riding gears.Good luck dude.
- Absolutely. Me too 5.3’’ and I’m owning this machine since Sep’18. It’s very light, nimble and manoeuvrable. I’m totally shattering all stop and go traffic competition with anyone with any bike and any riders of any heights. (Bike with same performance). I’m riding it as efficiently as any other riders in deadlocked traffic conditions with pillion rider.
- जी आप ले सकते हो 5 फीट की लंबाई से लेकर इससे ज्यादा लंबाई का कोई भी व्यक्ति इस बाइक को चला सकता है बड़े आराम से।
- Yea it is available with carburettor version...tvs provides dual channel abs with race edition version
- Yes it is in white and black colour.
- जी हां
- 700 से लेकर 900 रुपए तक खर्च आता है अगर आप सिंथेटिक ऑयल डलवाते हो।
- Here in Bangalore the free service cost about 850 to 900 which includes oil change chain lubrication and other things and the spares are also damn cheap
- Free services will cost you only the oil filter cost and the engine oil.Oil filter costs Rs. 41 and engine oil Rs. 790 respectively in kolkata.
- परफॉर्मेंस बहुत अच्छी है चाहे आप सिटी राइड कीजिए या हाईवे राइड कीजिए।और माइलेज हाईवे राइड में ज्यादा अच्छी है। Carburator अच्छा है FI मेरे पास नहीं है उसकी परफॉर्मेंस के बारे में मै कुछ कह नहीं सकता।
- Performance of the bike is buttery smooth it goes 120kmph without any hesitation no vibration felt upto 120kmph.Milegea-I'm getting a mileage of 32kmpl in city and 35kmpl in highway after my first service.Fi vs carburetor- I will suggest you to go with carburetor model as there is not much difference between carburettor and fi version...and abs is only available in carburettor version.
- Mileage is around 38 to 40 performance is slightly better in the fi version if you are living in a city go for the fi version carburetor version not advised
- Pulsar 150 is better than rtr 160, but rtr 160 4v is much better than these two bikes(pul 150 & rtr 160)
- I think the 160 is going better..and look is a look which is coming in modified look..
- TVS had till not yet launched fi and abs but I'm hoping they would launch it in between of 2019
- No bro at present it is not available, you can wait for some time.
- If you can wait for some time you can have both
- Yes it requires choke in cold start I have an expensive solution change your oil with shell advance full synthetic 10w40 which costs around 800 rupees a litre but you will have to buy 2 litre because RTR requires 1200 ml of oil.this will solve your starting problem to an extent and the ride quality will improve by 40 % gear shift will become real easy and smooth and pick up would improve and you can rev the RTR as much as you want and the drain period is around 6000 km twice the normal oil which needs to be changed at 3000 km try this and let me know!!!!!
- I dont have any issue till date.I just put it in the main stand, switch off the oil flow at night. In the morning i switch on the oil flow and then start it with pressing the self start button. The first one doest work, but the second press always works.Please note: While fired up please keep it on for 2mins until it reaches initial rpm of (1.2) which is standard. If your initial rpm is below that point you will have to use choke while starting in the morning.
- I don't feel any major issues regarding cold start...but sometimes i face some problem at mrng i have to apply choke every day in mrng...this is common in all apache 200..no need to worry
- It would depend on your maintainance of bike if you would feel vibration at higher level then service your bike reaveling about vibrations I would prefer it could be because of loosening of nuts and bolts above that as I am owner of bike which crossed 20,000 kms never felt about vibrations at some extent it is OK while compared to other 200 CC engine
- Yes it vibrates a little when the engine is cold after that it does not have any issues
- No...it doesn't feel any vibration speed upto 120kmph
- Hi, im 5\'11\' and have apache 200 since 2016. Bought in first week of launch. It has been fabulous bike to ride and good seat cushion. Good hold on road and brakes too provide good response. Only drawback i observed when i rode it from rudrapur to delhi (240km) in one day, i felt lot of pain in my knees due to foot rest position. I rode it again in Jan this year for 140km in one day, then also same problem observed due to foot rest. You can buy it if your drives don't involve long distances. *Additional - i have driven fazer 150 for 350km in 2 days trip, but there was no stress on body at all. Only drawback in fazer150 was its smaller engine.
- I am 5'8" and i believe upto 6' there should not be any issue. What i advise is you first take a test drive based on your own experience take your decision. If i talk but the seat cusioning then i can guaranteed that tvs did a very good job, rider seat is very comfortable for long drive but not the rear one.
- Hey Apurva, even I am 6ft 2in tall and I can ride my bike absolutely comfortably. Recently I have done a 140 km long trip, and I am really happy with the way my bike performed, both in terms of power delivery and comfort.
- It is breaking system only, i have ABS
- No it should not.
- Hell no
- First off, good choice of 200cc bike , and a very nice question too :)Well here are a few points to be noted about Carb and FI variants. Carb. :1. Easy maintenance. Any mechanic can easily assist you in case of emergency. 2. In case of failure, the carburettor can be easily replaced Fuel injection:1 .Linear power delivery. No sudden acceleration. 2 . Cold start is not a problem, a little thumb power can get the vehicle running in no time, even in coldest of days 3. In case of failure, the system has to be completely replaced, which is going to cost a lot, comparatively. 4. Better mileage, since the amount of fuel delivered to the system is controlled and monitored. I guess the above points might assist you in making the decision. Personally, I own the carburetted version, because I find it more engaging and fun to ride around. I suggest you test ride both the variants and then make your decision. Happy riding.
- You will not notice much difference between fi and carburettor. Fi provides very smooth performance while carburettor produce RAW. fi will get slightly more mileage as compared to carb varient.
- Hello Arijit My opinion is that up coming rtr 2004v is the best because they're adding some more furture.
- Blindly go for apache 200. After doing many test drives and research , my mind stopped at apache 200 only. I daily travel 60km (30+30) in which 60% of my travel covered by smooth highway and rest 40% covered by very dense traffic and poor roads. But never experienced any difficulty neither on highway nor on poor roads and extremely dense traffic. Best thing is u never feel vibration even at 130kmph! Rider seat is very comfortable. Pickup is too good! Currently i am getting the mileage of 41kmpl (because of my long route keeping speed max upto 90), in shorter route mileage may fall down.
- If you want an overall package xblade is the one and if you are not worried about petrol average rtr 200 is the choice KTM Duke is not a daily commuters bike it's a sports bike you won't enjoy it driving slow so my bet is on xblade because it has everything I think you want I HOPE !!!!!!!
- Apache 200 4V 2.0 is much better. Have tried all the bikes even I had the confusion. X-blade has a small engine and Duke has a even smaller engine. Blindly go for apache.
- 500-750km .are considered for first service
- Try reading the owners manual for a change
- Fuel injection is a computerised fuel supply system where computer controlled fuel supply system supplies fuel to combustion chamber. It’s efficient and effective as it’s not affected by altitude and proper amount of fuel is being supplied at all time resulting in creation of linear power and smooth riding.
- In fuel injection system petrol supply direct to the engine but don't go for this bz there are no reserv system in this segment. 2ltr petrol you have to store in tank. after that your main petrol will work. and in case that 2 ltr petrol finished then you have to go service center.
- Fuel injection fuel is supplied to engine cylinder with the help of fuel injectors, air:fuel ratio is monitored by separate electronic module which gives precision in combustion process.In case of carburetor system air & fuel ratio is adjusted manually.
- First of all I would like to tell you that there is lot of difference in 200cc and 300cc so firstly please set your specific target then next topic comes that you need a bike for daily commutes and you are thinking about apache 200 which is not best commuter in it's segment because of slightly forward leaning posture and nature of deliver power I will suggest you FZ25 because it is the best commuter bike in it's segment and it is more comfortable and more fuel efficient bike and if you wish for sporty bike which can let you some commute also just like duke 200 then apache makes sense in other words apache makes a value for money alternative for duke 200 but when it comes to commuting then there is only one best commuter in entire 200 to 300 cc class and that is none other than the FZ25.
- For daily commuter go for bike which have average and power both on parallel. My recommendations will be based on your budget .For starting 200cc segment Pulsar ns200 or RTR race edition will be better and will suit your pocket too.If you have weights on your budget you can go for Pulsar Rs200 or ktm Duke..
- It does have vibration issues if you want a comfortable bike go for the new jawa's or if you are looking for performance KTM 250 cc is best.
- Yes absolutely..I.had recently completed a 1700 kms ride. There is no issues with the engine such as overheating, etc. The only thing as a con is it vibrates a lot which will gradually tire you in the long runs
- Can you please say which engine oil is best for RTR200 for long rides as company mentioned 10W30 is quite thin oil and it becomes very thinner if ridden for continuous 150kms @ around 90kmph.
- As Apache RTR is 200 cc segment you can drive or take loads for long rides as it's a sport tourer type segment .But you need to take bit haults as according to my experience I have some wrist problems for continuous above 100 km drives .for your question it's a yes.
- Yes slipper clutch comes in FI rtr200 race edition variant which eliminates wheel hop and shift noise at high speed downshifting.
- Yes Slipper Clutch is standard with all Race Edition 2.0 variant.
- No non of the rtr 200 versions come with sleeper clutch
- In that case I'll go with mv Augusta brutalle series' 🤘
- Go for Duke 390/Thunderbird 500X with ABS or wait for facelift Dominor to arrive.
- It has split seat and air filter lies beneath the pillion seat, so single seat option may be possible only after the modifications.
- Both seat
- If you can get a good offer from your nearest showroom then it's fine otherwise you can get a good offer from paytm. Paytm is giving 3-4 offers if you book and pay aty your bike through paytm.so Plan accordingly .
- Contact your local dealership
- Maybe there is a Diwali offer... check with your dealer.
- See official TVS site.Standard model comes fitted with Carburettor as fuel delivery system and Fuel Injected model comes fitted with FI system (as the name suggests).
- No its not so difficult to get. U will got in any tvs showroom. But if it comes to some specific colors sometimes it will be difficult to get.
- Nope you can easily find from local TVS dealership.
- I haven’t experienced such thing as of now. But vibration can be felt at higher RPM especially when you rev high starting from low gear.
- Not at all...
- Bhai dono h bike alg alg segment k hai.Ek crusior to dusra street naked. Dono ka comparison h nhi h agar power k baat kro to avenger 220 h jayada powerful bike h.aapko decide krna h kon si chahye crusior ya n***d bike.
- Both has almost same peak power but RTR is more punchy and has better top end speed. So RTR is more powerful.
- As of now dual-channel ABS is only available with the carburettor version for the Apache 200 4v. TVS is going to launch AbS with Fi in Jan or Feb 2020.I will not recommend you FZ 25. Go with MT-15 or R15 V3 instead of Fz 25.If you want a 200cc bike then go with Duke 200.
- Yes RTR 200 4V comes with Carburettor with ABS and FI comes without ABS.
- After sales service is probably the cheapest in the motorcycle market. Here in Bangalore, if one outlet doesn't have a spare part, the other one will definitely have it. I'm not so sure about Mumbai though
- Well that should not be the problem, I’ve recently got Clutch lever changed from Service Centre in the first service. I’m from Siliguri, West Bengal. You can seek help in xBhp.
- Hii Nadeem, yes some time this issue happens with slow moving spare parts, but no need to worry you can contact with authorized dealer personal for easy availability.
- Every Apache 200 has this problem, including mine. Engine oil change karte waqt ask them to remove the 3rd sc*rew as well. This oil is the one response for rough shifts
- Main bhi same experience kr raha hun, but slow speed main. It should not happen in new bike. May be it’ll disappear after the first service. Mention it to the mechanic once you take the machine for the service.
- No i never felt that. You should meet with dealer service center personal. Yes some time in slow speed it felt hard but very rear. But it is not normal.
- Reset it. By pressing 's' long...
- Colour depends on personal taste and preferences. Buy the one you like most.
- My bike colour is white and red only... It's just awesome
- If you get into the bike first thing to notice is the display with connectivity..the switches...display can be controlled by switches on the left...just on the low beam..the light awesome...while riding you csn feel the race dynamics mostly on cornering... sounds good rear tyres sluggish on stock better on pitrlli...rest after first service!!
- If you’re track guy then buy EFI with Pirelli tyres. On every day riding it’s good, feels light and brings whole lot of confidence to cut through the traffic. Catches 100KMPH with ease. Have done 130KMPH in my RTR 200 ABS Carb, EFI should go little further. Pick up is quick but demands quick shifting of gear, but it’s so ease with Slipper Clutch. Ride both Carb and ABS and decide. If you’re going to ride it everyday then consider ABS, it’s a must have safety feature. As Indian animal owners thinks grass grows on the road, ABS brings extra layer of safety.
- Hey Rana_Mondal_1, this a semi sporty bike you can also use it for touring and racing porous. i have used it for long touring mainly. this is comfortable and stable for smooth and rough roads. but not soo comfortable for off road.
- Hey Anas_Abu, It has a buttery smooth engine with pack of power not only it can give you a race, it's also be with you on your long rides too. after 3rd service you can feel the game. i have completed one year of ownership so happy with this girl.
- Engine pared with 5 Speed gearbox is good for city riding and catches 100KMPH with ease. I haven’t done long ride yet but covered 100KM recently and engine felt good. Have a test ride you’ll love the machine.
- Engine is just awesome... Gadi chalti nahi udti hai...
- It has several options to choose from...Optional Pirelli is also one of them..As of now and+fi is not launched by TVS you can expect it in 1st quarter of 2020.
- Yes, it comes with tubeless TVS Remorra tyres. You can upgrade to Pirelli tyres. ABS version comes with Carburettor only though. I too was little concerned about this but had not much options there.
- Yes Abhijith_A_K, it comes with tubeless tyres and optional fitted Pirelli also. no abs is coming with only Curb model.
- Hi, I’m riding RTR 200 4V ABS. It comes with dual channel ABS. There is no any single channel ABS model in RTR 200. I too have read it’s single channel ABS somewhere but I would suggest you to rely on TVS’s official site, ZigWheels besides other sites.
- You have got a wrong information TVS is the first manufacturer in India to launch a dual-channel ABS.Same with the 200 4V RC 2.0
- You have got a wrong information TVS is the first manufacturer in India to launch a dual-channel ABS.Same with the 200 4V RC 2.0
- I'm a 5'10 and the bike has given me no problem either in city or the highway
- It should be comfortable, as you can flat foot your both feet on the ground. Take a test ride before buying.
- Hey brother , I am 6ft height tall person happily and comfortably using this beauty.
- Of course TVS dealer will provide you these accessories.
- Yes you can buy 160 foot rest and it will fit easily...
- Yes... It is possible
- It's a pity you cant get both in the same bike.My opinion is to go for ABS .option.fuel injection gives you more mileage ...but safety it's by ABS....mind you you don't need both in s race track..switch it off ..start lean ...corner...please fo under guidance in a track not in a road.Respecting all other answers as all are true in its sence.. is it ok!!!
- Having the A-RT slipper clutch, RTR don't need abs... really.... they won't let you fall by locking the disc... Abs in RTR is used only for riding in wet regions.... so if you looking for some more power and mileage, choose the FI variant.... Otherwise took the abs as standard
- Go for dual ABS. there would not be any difference in the mileage between carburetor and FI. little bit performance figures diff. but that too very minimal.. only problem with carburetor is during cold season you have to use choke once in a day in the morning for starting purpose. thats it .. else there is no problem at all. i own a 200 rtr dual channel abs for 7 months now. and dual channel abs is more useful and practical than FI. one has to have better braking specially with increasing traffic in the city
- 160 4V is better for Mileage.
- Right..Agree with sandy
- K thkx....but if u kno that if these new race edition bikes r available in goa showrooms??....then tell me....these r available in whole country ryt??....so they should b in goa also
- Now it is in the showroom...
- Apaches I's tagged with racing...racing kit ..racing tuned engine ..display nice and futuristic big rear tyre ..you can change according to your needs..you can race it on a track...track kits are there.Please don't race on a road ...do balancing wearing safety kits.. and 200 is good but for this apache I'd the best..for racing....and balancing???
- If you area hardcore driver who likes to drive hard and corner hard. I suggest you to go for pulsar NS 200. Apache 200 4v is also a great bike, but won't give you the required satisfaction
- Ns 200 will be a better choice for touring as well as highway rides as its performance is very much better than its rival apache along with that ride quality is also very better...... But only issue is if you want a bike with fi technology then go for the apache 200 otherwise ns200 is best
- Its Apache for race turned fuel injection system ...dual channel abs ...low beam head lamps on engine start..a glide through city option(please see it)reart tyre with more rubber..sn excellent display with connectivity ....but can you forget pulsar 220 f in which we saw clip on handle bars rear disc with race design nearly a decade ago...with 50000rs less ...
- 4v is better then 220f if you still like 220f then purchase 2nd hand bz new version of 220f has so many manufacturer defects. go for 1yr old model
- 4v is better then 220f if you still like 220f then purchase 2nd hand bz new version of 220f has so many manufacturer defects. go for 1yr old model
- Yes the brake is good.But I rather prefer going to the ABS version!!
- Yeah... Good good
- Don't expect anything about mileage from this bike...I'm very disappointed with the mileage of the bike.. it's been a year now still I'm getting 29-30kmpl of constantly.
- Dude you're riding a racing machine,not any ordinary thing. you should not worry about mileage only thing you should have to worry is its performance....
- It depends on gear between 40 and 50 kmpl the bike should be on 4th gear... Then it gives you 30 mileage
- Really easy to explain and not only used in super bikes.It is very useful in high speed when you want to downshift and use engine braking.For example, when you downshift from 4 to 3, due to difference in engine rpm,the rear tyres might slip espicially when you dont do rev matching.At that time the clutch will slip by itself to match engine speed and thus eliminate wheel spin.If you like racing and downshifting very much, it will be very useful for you but if not, not that very important.
- Slipper clutch gives smooth gear shifting and allows the bike to sustain the engine pressure even when u downshift the gear while cornering
- Slipper clutch is used for smooth gear shift and its is very useful while cornering, a sudden drop down makes no changes ... Very smooth
- Both... But 2004v is more classy and best bike
- My height is about 5.8... Just buy it
- Rtr 200 cc me kick lagsakta hai ya nahi
- I don't think that TVS is gonna launch it soon enough because simply of the price and as well FI are costly to maintain and need sound technician. If we take price as consideration then Fi+ABS will retail at 1.25L-1.3L ex showroom and on road it will cost approximately 1.5L to 1.65L that would be ridiculously pricy
- So far I havent heard of any such news from TVS. I own a tvs 150, 200 and 310. A TVS enthusiast i have not heard of anything like that. but with BSVI going to come shortly, you can expect that to happen within the next 1 year time from now.
- Fuel injection with abs is not available yet...but you can expect it in 2019 as all companies are moving towards fuel injection varients.
- Yes..it is slipper clutch
- Yes.. good in the price..
- 200 4V के हर मॉडल में slipper Clutch उपलब्ध है।
- Yes. You can take TVS Apache RTR 200 on long trips and on off-roads.
- Yes and No, Engine wise KTM beats TVS.... However i found TVS apache (200) has better suspension than duke (200). Body parts again KTM beats TVS. Same goes for Frame KTM beats TVS.
- Don't embarrace tvs
- Both variants are available
- It has Dual channel abs.
- Yes abs plus carb variant you can buy for 1.24 lakh
- Both the bikes belong to different category suzuki gixxer sf is a fully faired 155 cc bike and on the other hand TVS Apache RTR 200 is a a naked sports commuter but both the bikes make strong case if you need sporty daily usable bike on the front of styling it boils down to your personal preference spot the bikes have different set of styling in our department you know that Apache RTR 200 is obviously is way ahead of its rival but in the same time it is more expensive also and the one major thing which goes in the favour of Suzuki gixxer sf 155 is its mileage which is considered every Higher Dani tribal now both the bikes have splitted seats and raised clip on handlebars show incomplete and dynamics department both the bikes are are quite similar so this time its boils down that what you need in your bike for what conditions you need your bike and what do you expect in your bike for example if you need mileage gixxer is better if you need power Apache is better so so if you are hard and fast rider and you don't care about fuel economy so much then Apache should be your pick and if you ride mostly in the cities and occasionally hit highways then It should be fine to choose gixxer SF because it's not slow in fact it is fast and fun to ride motorcycle at the same time it gives you fuel economy and a fully faired road presence and you can save some money also by picking up gixxer SF 155 and if you love features in your bike Apache should be your pick because it gets a couple of features more than gixxer like some instrument cluster informations 0 to 60 timer top speed recorder lap timer etc and dual channel abs and slipper clutch.
- If you are racing enthusiast, go for Apache 200 4v. If you want a nice looking fully faired bike, Gixxer SF is the one. It has got a decent power which is good enough for city as well as highway rides. Apache is truly race machine plus now it has got dual channel ABS which is extremely helpful in case of panic braking. Gixxer SF has also got an ABS but that is single channel but it is quite effective as well. So it depends on your preference. Hope it helps.
- New spache abs 200 is ahead in terms of race ergonomics display abs..but you can opt for abs or fuel injection.Gixxer comes with both.If you can compromise on that go for apache200...otherwise gixxer.
- 128 kmhr speedo indicated
- After 135 kmph
- But in showrooms matte is unavailable...
- Matte black
- Matte black
- Must find out from the dealer...
- Yes. It is available
- Yes gloss is apart from matte
- Not at all
- Hmmm, comfort only for 20/30km rides,then the pillion say you stop the bike otherwise I am going to suiside 🤣🤣
- Pillion with helmet is comfortable ,with out helmet its too hard because of opposite air
- In terms of pillion comfort RTR 200 is a let down and you should not expect to have much of ease and comfort sitting on the narrow high-rise seat for a long time.
- Yes ..black with red stickers with racing badge all over it..
- Its available matte yellow
- Nop..only black and red
- Yes it comes loaded with slipper clutch with dual channel ABS.All the versions of rtr 200 4v RC 2.0 comes loaded with ART-slipper clutch.
- The apache rtr 2004v race edition 2.0 comes with slipper clutch and dual abs
- You can chose between the single and dual channel aswell
- According to the experts reviews on youtube Apache 160 4v is the best all round in terms of performance, fuel efficiency and minimum vibrations.
- Go with try rtr 160 4v
- 180 rtr
- Yes i'm the exact height & comfortable in it
- Yes Apache 200 4v suits short rider's
- Yes ..please see other answers.
- Please adjust your seating position little back..hands free ..thighs adherent to the side of tank..try it by sitting in it for at least 15 mts...plant your feet to the floor take it for a test ride...(please don't go for a test ride in higher cc bikes when you first see it)
- As it comes with clip-on handle bar it will be little bit difficult while riding for tall riders...6ft or above
- To be frank my height is 5.9 i did'nt feel any difficulty while riding.Nd mileage wise i'm very disappointed with the mileage of my bike after 2nd service i'm getting 32kmpl in city rides.
- 119, tested
- 127 to 129 KMPS.
- As a owner of rtr 200 4v i am telling you why i chose rtr 200 over fz 25 and then i will tell you why you should opt for fz 25 so let's start with rtr's pros over fz's1.Exhaust note: exhaust note of both the bikes are music to the ear of a rider but in my personal opinion I think RTR's exhaust note is likely superior to that of FZ's 20 exhaust note2. handling characteristics: handling of bobber bikes is so good but RTR's handlingis slightly superior to that of FZ's handling due to the sporty nature of the bike3. suitability: as a short rider I prefer RTR's riding dynamics more than FZS because RTR footpegs is slightly closer to the seat than that of FZS foot pegs so it becomes specially comfortable for short riders while FZ is neutral to the the all size of riders4 pricing: as you know that RTR is is slightly cheaper than FZ and it fulfills my needs also so I preferred RTR over FZnow the points in which which FZ is ahead of RTR1. there is no replacement for displacement: yes it is true because when you will write FZ it will surely feel that it is 250 cc bike and when you will ride RTR then it will give feel of 200 cc bike that exactly it is so if you need more torquey engine more usable power than FZ is quite ahead2: engine refinement: both the bikes are very refined with negligible vibrations but when you're considering specifically for the refinement of the engine then Yamaha is is slightly ahead of TVS and this improves the fuel economy of the FZ i own Apache so I know that its mileage is slightly less than that of every despite of having a smaller engine and slightly less power it gives less mileage so if you love mileage FZ25 should be your pick3: suitability: as I have mentioned earlier that RTR is specially made for shorter riders and it doesn't fits well with the medium-sized rider and the taller riders but it is not the case with the FZ which suits well with all sizes of riders so if you are a rider on taller side FZ should be your pick4. value for money: in spite of RTR being cheaper it is the FZ that is more value for money because it gets bigger engine better mileage and it gets Fi and abs together in that price which is not the case with the RTR rs people because it's a vs model doesn't have Fi so you can not call it value for moneyfinal verdict: both the bikes are very good you cannot go wrong with either of the bikes now it boils down to your personal preference and some subjective opinion that which bike looks more more pleasing to you and which brand is your favourite and the main point is here that what is your budget thanks
- Both bikes come with 5 gears. engine capacity is different though. I haven’t ridden FZ25. But FZ25 doesn’t comes with ABS and from the safety point of view RTR ABS is good. But few issues with RTR is its stock headlamp doesn’t have enough power for night view, though high beam has enough to see. It comes with Carb only with ABS. Carb seems to feel outdated in this 21st century. On the pros side, it has beautiful weight distribution, the bike feel perfectly balanced to manoeuvre in city traffic, catches 100kmph so sweetly and runs butter smooth. I’ve done 130kmph in my RTR 200 ABS. Instrument cluster has whole lot of information. You don’t need to watch wrist watch or take out your smartphone when you’re late for the office and stucked in the traffic. Clutch feels light (my friend who has Avenger Street 220 said he has got the feel and meaning of Slipper Clutch after riding my machine). FZ25 has refined engine with EFI. But it has ordinary instrument cluster, doesn’t comes with ABS. Bottom line: I would suggest you to wait till 2019 April, you’ll get lot of options to choose from. You’ll get all bikes with ABS and FI will also come in many bikes. Or else EFI will make its way in all bikes from 2020 to comply the BS6 norms. 2019 May also marks the production of BS6 engines from many brands. And if you can’t wait to rev the engine then you should buy RTR ABS as safely is more important than the refinement of EFI (RE Classic 350 the best selling motorcycle of the country still comes CV Carburettor, this has helped me to get my set of wheels). Have a safe ride. Cheers!!!
- If you want better performance with comfort, go for apache. If you want looks and if you are a speed lover go with FZ.Apache plus points : Fully digital instrument cluster, exhaust sound, Riding posture, comfort, low maintenanceApache drawbacks : halogen headlight, chain noise, neutral gear indicator, tyre sizeFZ plus points : LED headlights, looks, power, broad tyres, instrument clusterFZ drawbacks : price, headlamp spread, relatively high maintenanceALL THE BEST !!! Keep Riding !!!
- Yess in all 200 model's
- Bro, mate black will come in 2019 edition. You won't even get parts easily available. I had to place separate order and it took around 12 days
- Matt Black colour is available.
- Check specs...
- Yes...some don't have Pirelli tyres
- The bike is superb , i get a mileage of 42km and my top speed is 128kmph
- Top speed depends on how we ride ... Up to 157... Mileage 45
- About 30 to 35 Km per litre after first service...without nearing red line 112kmpet hour ad per track reviews.
- Yes my bike already matte black and it has abs
- In black with red strips
- Yes it's available.
- Yamaha fz-s is the best for you. Tvs bike have many issues.
- Go for Apache 200 dual channel ABS.... safety comes first.
- TVS Apache RTR 200 4V Race Edition 2.0 20184.6 20 FebI 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 segment.
- I m going to share the pros and cons through points.Pros. 1.Value for money2.Aggressive looks3.Option of Pirelli tyres4.Peppier Engine, Easy to flock around5.Good braking6.Linear power delivery and a lot more.Cons. 1.Lack of Led headlights, (It would have been awesome with led headlights)2.Low fuel efficiency3.Cold start Problem4.Chain slacks and makes sound even afyer regular sprays.
- All answers give you a good idea...plus it's a race bike ..for roads they have a team ...and it's written every where in the bike ..please don't expect mileage if s commuter bike....know the features..thoroughly read user manual before giving it for service..pirelli option is good.
- Yes it’s available but due to high price it doesn’t compete with others like Pulsar NS200, FZ25 and Gixxer 250 so company has not updated it in their website also but if you need the one then contact your nearest TVS dealer they will provide you in pre-book basis. It’ll cost around 1.6 lakh on road.
- No, it is the major drawback in this bike. You can only have abs or fi. I think Tvs has to think about it. Another drawback is Fi variant is available only in white color. Otherwise there is no doubt in the comfort and performance . It is marvellous!
- It’s drawbacks for us but the business opportunity for the company as no other competitor brands has that combination and it would have raised the price of the bike so they have acted smartly.
- Yes. ABS-equipped variant of the Apache RTR 200 4V is available since the beginning of this year.
- Yes (shhhh...not in a v3 its Matt grey and red for the Yamaha)
- Yes, available