• Q. Yamaha FZ S FI V3 or Apache RTR 160 4V FI which is the best mileage kisme badhya aata hai?

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    Kshitiz | 1 year ago

    See amit it depends on you and your driving style...agar tum 50-65kmph ke aas paas chalate ho to apache will give you around 43 kmpl on highways! And this is also true if you look on paper specifications! No doubt go for apache 160 4v fi

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    Nitesh | 2 years ago

    Go for tvs apache mileage and performance acceleration is just racing throttle

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    Shehzad | 2 years ago

    Yamaha fz s fi v3 is good in mileage

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