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 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.
Powering the TVS Apache RTR 160 is a 159.7cc single-cylinder 2-valve SOHC air-cooled engine. It churns out 16.04PS and 13.85Nm and is paired to a 5-speed gearbox. Additionally, it comes equipped with ‘Glide Through Technology’ which prevents the engine from stalling at low speeds, and one can move the bike just with the clutch modulation and no throttle. It is underpinned by a dual-cradle frame and runs a telescopic fork and twin gas-charged shock absorbers. For braking, the RTR 160 gets a 270mm front petal disc and a 130mm rear drum. It gets an optional 200mm petal disc at the rear. It comes equipped with the safety net of single-channel ABS. The 790mm seat height should be accessible. The bike comes with a generous 180mm ground clearance and a 12-liter fuel tank. It runs on 90/90-17 front and 120/80-17 rear tubeless Remora tyres.
For the availability, we would suggest you to please connect with the nearest authorized dealer in your city as it depends on their stock book. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details.
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
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 ....
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.
In order to advice you appropriately, you will have to determine few things here. Such as your budget, commuting purpose like daily office usage or weekend joy rising/cruising, Bike CC segment etc.
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.
My apachi is 5 year old but it's maintened new tyre , new soccers it's totaly looking new bike , colour is white and my and my problem is colour so I exchange this bike and buy new met blue apachi rtr 160
This is most important part of your bike. Tvs prefers its own true4 oil but that will loose it's viscosity till 2500 kms. Now tvs has new full senthetic oil in Rs.500 which is good or you can use oil of 20w50.
Go for Castrol fully synthetic oils they are best it reduces the vibration and you will feel the difference immediately after replacing your engine oil with Castrol fully synthetic oil
I put in Motul Fully Synthetic Oil (7100 10W40). TVS recommends 10W30 but my engine oil has maintained it's viscosity till date (It's been almost 2 years now)