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  • Q. Is it worth buying RTR 200 4V ABS variant in trade for Fi, does fuel injection makes lot of difference to this bike and does it have slipper clutch?

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    Kunal
    Kunal | 2 years ago

    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.

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    Ajay
    Ajay | 2 years ago

    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.

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    Shreyas
    Shreyas | 2 years ago

    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

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TVS Apache 200 4V User Reviews

  • 4.6

    Super pro, Awesome, I ride it around 1 lakh km till today, And its power, Milage, Still same 🥰 all set after getting such a hot friend 😁

  • 1.0

    super bike but I have need money urgent

  • 4.2

    This is my honest review after using the bike for 34000 km in 2 years 6 months of span. Bikes performance is as expected. But before buying, everyone should think once for aftersales support, which is worst in case of TVS motors. After every service, which I've done at every 3000kms. I was in love with the Apache 200 4v since it was launched in our market, which forced me to buy the one. But I regret my decision of buying a TVS vehicle. Build quality of the bike will remain sustainable for up to 2 years. After that, it will start shedding parts one by one. Last I will advise you to think before buying the one. Don't make mistakes that I've made in my past.

  • 2.2

    I have apache rtr 200 bs6 but it doesn't have sowa suspension and ride modes and i can't upgrade it.

  • 4.2

    Usage: I use this for a daily commute and the occasional long tours. Comfort: I added an extra cushion to the seats to make them comfortable for both commuting and touring. Overall, decent comfort if I take breaks after every 45mins-1hour of riding. Engine and performance: This 200 carb edition is not as refined as the 160, however, the performance and throttle are fantastic and lives true to the RTR badging. This is a fun bike to ride and is easy to manoeuvre in traffic. For long rides, I always feel a 6th gear is lacking. Mileage: I have been getting a consistent 30-35kmpl in peak Mumbai city traffic and around 40-45kmpl on the highways. I would have expected more mileage from this bike since its power is the lowest in the segment. While the overall fit and finish are great, certain components wear, tear and rust easily and are difficult to find spare parts. Conclusion: Good motorcycle, unrefined yet fun.

  • 5.0

    Awesome great bike.Very comfortable bike.Great performance on long drives.Less heat in city traffic.

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