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  • Q. Apache RTR 200 4V Race 2.0 Edition have Fi with ABS available or not ?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 11 months ago

    The Indian Government has also enforced the ABS mandate rule for all bikes (newly launched & existing) with engine capacity greater than 125cc from April next year. In April this year, the Government made ABS compulsory for all bikes (125cc and above) that are going to be launched henceforth. So, in might be possible that FI variant will get ABS but as on now there is no official update regarding ABS version with FI form the brand.

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    Anubhav
    Anubhav | 9 months ago

    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!

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  • Q. Confused between FI or Dual ABS and What about mileage? which one will be the best?
    Rajesh
    Rajesh | 1 month ago

    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

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    Arfat
    Arfat | 8 months ago

    Off course the Apache 200 . If u take a fi version of Apache 200 you will get more milege & Performance (pick up) & top speed as compared to other two bikes. & Even carburated version is better than that two bikes

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  • Q. Which one (FI, Carburetor or ABS variant) of the Apache 200 4V is good for daily commute?
    Prashant
    Prashant | 3 months ago

    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

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    Ajay
    Ajay | 1 month ago

    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

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  • Q. Which version of rtr 200 4v is best the carburettor or the fi version
    Elvis
    Elvis | 5 months ago

    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.

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    Kunal
    Kunal | 5 months ago

    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.

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  • Q. Should i buy TVS Apache RTR 200 4V ABS or wait for MT-15?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 5 months ago

    The TVS Apache RTR 200 4V is a comfortable city bike with plenty of grunt and agility for a quick race off the traffic lights and to tackle some twisties as well. It makes a strong case for itself by offering commuter-friendly dynamics, strong low and mid-range performance, a soft and comfortable ride, light clutch feel and higher fuel efficiency in the city. On the other hand, MT-15 is powered by the same engine that powers the R15 v3.0 - a 155cc liquid-cooled SOHC engine with Variable Valve Actuation (VVA). This motor produces 19.3PS at 10,000rpm and 14.7Nm at 8500rpm and comes mated to a 6-speed transmission with assist and slipper clutch. As the bike is yet to get launched, so the final verdict can only be shared once it hits the Indian market.Do take the test ride for both the bikes in order to get a clear understanding regarding the ease and comfort offered.

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    Saravana
    Saravana | 5 months ago

    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

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  • Q. 5.4 feet Student which bike will you prefer to him to buy 1. RS200 2. Apache RTR 200 4v, ABS 3. NS200, ABS 4. YZF R15 V3 ABS?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 5 months ago

    The selection of the bike here completely depends on one's choice and preference. Never let your height be a strain from getting onto a bike. Once you take the test drive of the bikes you get complete understanding regarding the ease and comfort offered. Talking about the recommendation, if you are an enthusiast, fun loving to thrill and sports than NS200 & RS 200 would be a better pick.

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    Kazi_Mostafizur_Rahman
    Kazi_Mostafizur_Rahman | 4 months ago

    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.

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  • Q. Does FI variant comes with slipper clutch - Apache 200 4V Race?
    Preet
    Preet | 9 months ago

    Yes slipper clutch comes in FI rtr200 race edition variant which eliminates wheel hop and shift noise at high speed downshifting.

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    Bishal
    Bishal | 9 months ago

    Yes Slipper Clutch is standard with all Race Edition 2.0 variant.

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  • Q. Want to purchase Apache 200 Race Edition 2.0, but more concerned on mileage? Which one should I take? Fi version or ABS version? I heard of Fi ethanol version, any advantage of that, with respect to mileage?
    Ramesh
    Ramesh | 4 months ago

    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.

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    Kunal
    Kunal | 4 months ago

    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.

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  • Q. Is braking good in the standard version?
    Ganesh
    Ganesh | 11 months ago

    Yes the brake is good.But I rather prefer going to the ABS version!!

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    Akash
    Akash | 10 months ago

    Yeah... Good good

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  • Q. Diffaerense between standard model and fuel injection model of Apache RTR 200 race edition?
    Bishal
    Bishal | 9 months ago

    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).

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