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  • Q. I am 6 feet tall, which bike should I buy NS 160 or TVS APACHE 1604V?

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    Abhijeet
    Abhijeet | 1 year ago

    Both bikes are good for tall riders. U should take test ride to know how comfortable u r with respective bikes

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    Mohd
    Mohd | 1 year ago

    TVS Apache RTR 160 4v

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    Vikas
    Vikas | 1 year ago

    At your height ns160 is good for you. You will get tired on tvs apache, not very good siting position.

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