For this, we would suggest you get in touch with the nearest authorized service center of TVS in your city as they may assist you better in this. Follow the link and select your desired city for service center.
Yes, you can fit the headlight as the headlight frame of TVS Apache RTR 160 2V and Apache RTR 160 are the same. In order to make this modification, we would suggest you visit the authorized service center once and get it checked as they will be the better people to assist you if in any way it can be fitted. Service Center.
In order to get better fuel efficiency returns from your bike, there are some points that you can keep in mind while riding such as keeping a check on tyre air pressure, timely service your bike, maintain proper gear to RPM ratio, do not accelerate the bike unnecessarily, ride your bike at economical speeds, etc.
We haven't been reported such an issue yet. Moreover, if you are facing such an issue, we would suggest please visit the nearest authorized service centre of TVS as they would be able to assist you. Follow the link and select your city accordingly for service centers.
Though both have similar service cost but Pulsar have a service interval of 5000 km than that of Apache at 3000 km. Besides Apache spares are 10-30% expensive than Pulsar. So owning a Bajaj will cost you less on pocket on long run. After all 'Hamara Bajaj'.. 😜
Apache rtr 160 4v bs6 is upgraded, I recommend this
The best is Pulsar 150 with twin bike.The bike has new design where you feel it light weight compared to the older version and coming to performance the bike has no -ve points, the bike is always on its best performance, all you need to do is service it on time. then you are ready to set fire.
After 2 years bajaj engine will empty your pocket. as per my knowledge. engine block piston issue.
My bestie is 95+ and he's using pulsar old model till date... We pity on his bike to carry him all the day... Chill out bro... Seriously I don't know about any other bike in this case... Go to cruiser bike to feel comfortable if you're OK with your budget
Bro considering your height it's better to go for hero xpulse and if your budget is around 2.25 lacks then go for RE himalayan
If you want bike with low maintainence then go for pulsar ....
My apache 160 is 10 years old. But I have maintained it in best way. Still it got no problem. I fixed new battety, new shockers, new seat n all. Now I'm nearing middle age, I d like to exchange it with TVS Ntorq.
Yes exchange offer is there. But they quote very less to the old RTR, so i will not go for TVS next time. TVS has to give some loyalty bonus for exchanging their own brand bikes.
Please contact your nearest dealership to get more information on exchange and discounts.
The older generation, that is the TVS Apache RTR 160 delivers better fuel efficiency than the TVS Apache RTR 160 4V. The reason being the number of valves in the newer one. The more the valves the more fuel is burnt,delivering better compression ratio and hence increasing the power output (better performance).
Apache RTR 160 comes equipped with 2 valve engine that is the fuel inlet is done by 2 valves which generates lesser power and torque figures. On the other hand RTR 4v comes with 4 valve engine that produces highest power and torque in 150-160 cc segment and hence mileage gets bit lowered in the 4v version
Buying RTR160 old model will not be a wise decision as there are already updated version available in the market. The new version of RTR 160 which is RTR 160 4v is better than the old one has claimed by the company. I am an owner of RTR 160 old version as per my experience except mileage issue and vibration issue this bike is an excellent machine.